aquatic or semi-aquatic

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  • This aquatic or semi-aquatic plant is native to the Americas as far north as Virginia and northern California.
  • This sedge is an aquatic or shore plant which can most often be found in peat bogs in mountains.
  • It is aquatic or semi-aquatic, its herbage sometimes floating on standing water or sprawling over wet ground.
  • It is aquatic or semi-aquatic, its herbage sometimes floating on standing water or sprawling over wet ground.
  • All the species, as far as at present known, are heterostyled, and all inhabit aquatic or sub-aquatic stations. Cited from Different Forms of Flowers, by Charles Darwin #19]
  • The park is a largely water environment so a large portion of the Flora in the Nature reserve is either aquatic or semi-aquatic in nature.
  • The park is a largely water environment so a large portion of the Flora in the Nature reserve is either aquatic or semi-aquatic in nature.
  • Microdrile is a general term used to refer to the mostly aquatic or semi-terrestrial oligochaetes.
  • It is aquatic or semi-aquatic, growing in water or wet soils.
  • It is aquatic or semi-aquatic, growing in water or wet soils.
  • Newts of this genus are primarily nocturnal, and may be either fully aquatic or semiaquatic.
  • It is an aquatic or semi-aquatic grass, and the erect stem parts may float in water.
  • It is an aquatic or semi-aquatic grass, and the erect stem parts may float in water.
  • Adults reach long and live in aquatic or riparian environments.
  • But among the carnivorous dinosaurs we fail to find any indications of aquatic or even amphibious habits. Cited from Dinosaurs, by William Diller Matthew
  • The far greater portion was a rich dry soil, and that the water is never permanent on any part of them is clearly demonstrated by the total absence of any aquatic or bog plants. Cited from Expeditions into New South Wales, by John Oxley
  • It has been suggested that it was aquatic or semi-aquatic because it apparently did not have stomata on the flattened stems.
  • It has been suggested that it was aquatic or semi-aquatic because it apparently did not have stomata on the flattened stems.
  • They would have been the largest terrestrial carnivores of their day, the other large carnivores being aquatic or semi aquatic labyrinthodont amphibians.
  • They would have been the largest terrestrial carnivores of their day, the other large carnivores being aquatic or semi aquatic labyrinthodont amphibians.