What is another word for frog's-bit?

Pronunciation: [fɹˈɒɡzbˈɪt] (IPA)

Frog's-bit is a semi-aquatic plant that grows in wetland areas. It is also known by different names, such as Limnobium, American frogbit, and Sibthorpia. Limnobium refers to its aquatic nature, and American frogbit to its resemblance to a frog floating on the water. On the other hand, Sibthorpia honors the botanist John Sibthorp who studied the flora of Europe in the 18th century. Other synonyms for frog's-bit include Yellow floating-heart, floating heart, and water lily. These names reflect its yellow flower and the heart-shaped leaves that float on the water. Frog's-bit is a vital part of wetland ecosystems, providing shelter and food for a variety of aquatic animals such as ducks, fish, and turtles.

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What are the hypernyms for Frog's-bit?

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What are the hyponyms for Frog's-bit?

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  • hyponyms for frog's-bit (as nouns)

    • plant
      hydrophyte, Hydrophytic Plant, water plant, aquatic plant.

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