water crowfoot

NOUN
  1. plant of ponds and slow streams having submerged and floating leaves and white flowers; Europe and North America
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How To Use water crowfoot In A Sentence

  • The river is designated as a European Special Area of Conservation for its water crowfoot communities but, like many of England's rivers and lakes, it is failing to meet the Government's environmental targets.
  • The Environment Agency has been giving nature a helping hand by re-introducing water crowfoot plants into the River Coln near Whelford.
  • Grass, milfoil, water crowfoot, hornwort, starwort, horsetail, and a dozen other delicate plants, form one tangled forest, denser than those of the Amazon, and more densely peopled likewise. Prose Idylls, New and Old
  • Whitewater crowfoot and the tiny aquatic mosquito fern grow in the water, while monkeyssflower is common nearby.
  • It's hardly a river, a few yards wide but very clear, and swirling with water crowfoot that will flower in the summer.
  • Over 90% of the methane emissions from the river Frome in Dorset that reach the atmosphere do so via the stems of water crowfoot, Trimmer said. So Called Healthy Chalk Streams Are Damaging The Environment�� Scientists
  • We go down to a circular pond, speckled yellow and white with water crowfoot, and take the valley base to Cote Head Farm which looks nice and has friendly farmers.
  • But fly-fishers claim mute swans are stripping these rivers of water crowfoot, an aquatic plant crucial to trout and the insects they eat.
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