What is another word for Genus Myriophyllum?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs mˌa͡ɪɹɪəfˈɪləm] (IPA)

Genus Myriophyllum is a group of aquatic plants that includes water milfoil, parrot fether, and foxtail weed. These plants have delicate, feathery leaves and usually grow submerged in water or in damp soil near ponds, lakes, or rivers. In common parlance, they are also known as water milfoils, waterweeds, or simply as Myriophyllum. Other scientific synonyms of this genus include Enydria, Myriophyllon, and Proserpinaca. These synonyms are often used by botanists to refer to the same group of plants, but each may have specific characteristics. Myriophyllum plants are prized for their ornamental value in water gardens and aquariums and also play an essential role in freshwater ecosystems.

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What are the hypernyms for Genus myriophyllum?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Related words: water plant, aquarium plant, live plant, house plant, plants for pets, plants for fish tanks, list of plants

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