Definition of Mudwort. Meaning of Mudwort. Synonyms of Mudwort

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Definition of Mudwort

Mudwort
Mudwort Mud"wort`, n. (Bot.) A small herbaceous plant growing on muddy shores (Limosella aquatica).

Meaning of Mudwort from wikipedia

- species: Limosella acaulis - Owyhee mudwort Limosella aquatica - water mudwort Limosella australis - Welsh mudwort Limosella capensis Limosella inflata...
- of flowering plant in the figwort family known by the common name water mudwort. It is native to much of the temperate world, where it grows in many types...
- Limosella australis, common name Welsh mudwort, is an annual dicot plant that is indigenous to the United States and Canada. It has white flowers, and...
- flowering plant in the figwort family known by the common name Owyhee mudwort. It is native to western North America from the Pacific Northwest to northern...
- scarce” such as holy gr****, threadrush and mudwort. Lesser water plantain, Loch Leven spearwort, mudwort and threadrush live on areas of mud, sand or...
- family, Lamiaceae. Also, mugwort. Mountain spiderwort - Lloydia serotina. Mudwort - Limosella aquatica, found growing in muddy places. Mugwort - Artemisia...
- for Leersia oryzoides, a species of cut-gr****. The other three are water mudwort, needle spikerush and six-stamen waterwort, all of which are found on mud...
- (Alisma), arrowheads (Sagittaria), lesser water-plantain (Baldellia) and mudwort (Limosella aquatica). The stoloniferous habit is an important distinguishing...
- significance and provides suitable habitat for the nationally vulnerable Granite Mudwort (Limosella granitica). The conservation park is cl****ified as an IUCN Category...
- elongated sedge, six-stamened waterwort, cowbane, summer snowflake and mudwort. The diverse range of habitats also supports an abundance range of invertebrates...
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