Salt water intrusion
Submerged aquatic vegetation
Pertaining to water; growing in water; living in, swimming in, or frequenting the margins of waters; as, aquatic plants and fowls.
An aquatic animal or plant.
Sports or exercises practiced in or on the water.
Inhabiting or frequenting water.
Plant which grows partially or completely in water.
describes a surface or underwater habitat and the animals that live in or on it.
living in the sea or freshwater
Pertaining to water. Compare terrestrial.
Spending most of the time in fresh water
Plants that use water as growing medium.
Plants that grow in water whether floating or rooted in a pond or other water.
Associated with water.
pertaining to water, commonly fresh water or dwelling in fresh water.
Of or on water.
a plant that lives in or on water
relating to or consisting of or being in water; "an aquatic environment"
Animals or plants that live mainly on or in water.
Plants or animals that live in the...
Living in or frequenting water. For example a plant or animal that lives in water.
living chiefly in water
growing or living in, or frequenting water.(back)
Describes an organism that lives in or near water.
living or growing in or on water.
A frog that lives in the water
Lives predominantly in water.
Growing, living or found in water
Living or growing in fresh water (in contrast to marine organisms found in salt water)
Of or living in water.
a plant or animal that grows or lives in water Minnehaha Journey of a Raindrop
Growing or living in or on water.
Growing or living in or near water (either freshwater or marine).
An animal or plant growing or living in the water.
pertaining to or living in water
Something that lives in water.
Aquatic organisms are those found in water. Many plants are aquatic, including seaweeds.
Deals with water. Used to describe anything that lives in the water, or uses water habitats.
Plants species whose seeds germinate in water or in the bottom soil of bodies of water, usually with submersed or floating leaf types.
referring to fresh or salt water habitats.
adj. Living or growing in, on, or near the water.
living in water, especially fresh water
Living in water. Aquatic cave animals include amphipods, isopods, crayfish, planarians, fish, and blind salamanders. See also Terrestrial and Marine.
a-kwat-ik i) Growing or living in or near water. ii) an aquatic plant or animal. iii) aquatic sports.
frequenting water or living and growing in water. Fully aquatic species usually have gills (sirens, tadpoles, etc.) while other species are semiaquatic (turtles, crocodiles, etc.)
living in or on water for all or a substantial part of the life span (generally restricted to fresh/inland waters).
Aquatic means relating to the water. Aquatic animals are adapted to living in the land most of the time (as opposed to living on the land, inthe air, or in trees). Fish, dolphins, and river otters are examples of aquatic animals.
Living in or on water, or concerning water
A plant growing in water.
If your reptile or amphibian is aquatic, this means that it lives its life in water.
Living mainly in the water.
Aquatic animals are those that are completely dependent on water as habitat.
growing in, living in, or dependent upon water.
Lives in, or mostly in, water
Living in or near fresh or salt water.
living in water, mainly.
Referring to an animal that lives mainly in the water.
organisms that live in or frequent water.
any organisms that lives in or near the water.
having to do with water
Describes the lifestyle of living in and around water.
found in or upon water; may refer to organisms which inhabit a water environment
term used to describe any organism growing in, living in, or frequenting water; some plants and animals that live in water are called aquatic species
growing or living in or around water
living or growing in, on, or near fresh water.
Lives in, or usually found in, water.
of the water; living in the water.
Relating to water, describes an organism that lives or grows in water
Plants or animal life living in, growing in, or adapted to water.
Pertaining to water. For example, fish, cattails, etc.
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