What is another word for Hydrocharis Morsus-ranae?

Pronunciation: [hˈa͡ɪdɹəkəɹˌɪs mˈɔːsəsɹˈaniː] (IPA)

Hydrocharis Morsus-ranae is a scientific name for a floating plant species commonly known as Frogbit. This aquatic plant belongs to the water lily or Nymphaeaceae family and is native to Europe, Asia, and North Africa. Frogbit is often mistaken for water lilies and can be found floating or rooted in freshwater bodies like ponds, lakes, and slow-moving streams. To describe Frogbit, one can also use synonyms such as European Frogbit, Common Frogbit, or Lesser European Water lily. Frogbit has oval-shaped leaves that float above the water and a small white flower that blooms in summer. Its name came from the appearance of the leaves, which resemble a frog's webbed foot.

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