Ranunculus aquatilis
Water crowfoot Wa"ter crow"foot` (Bot.) An aquatic kind of buttercup ({Ranunculus aquatilis}), used as food for cattle in parts of England. [1913 Webster]

{Great water crowfoot}, an American water plant ({Ranunculus multifidus}), having deep yellow flowers. [1913 Webster]


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  • Ranunculus aquatilis — ID 70309 Symbol Key RAAQ Common Name white water crowfoot Family Ranunculaceae Category Dicot Division Magnoliophyta US Nativity Native to U.S. US/NA Plant Yes State Distribution AK, CA, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, WY Growth Habit Forb/herb …   USDA Plant Characteristics

  • Ranunculus aquatilis — noun plant of ponds and slow streams having submerged and floating leaves and white flowers; Europe and North America • Syn: ↑water crowfoot, ↑water buttercup • Hypernyms: ↑aquatic plant, ↑water plant, ↑hydrophyte, ↑hydrophytic plant …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ranunculus aquatilis L. — Symbol RAAQ Common Name white water crowfoot Botanical Family Ranunculaceae …   Scientific plant list

  • Ranunculus aquatilis L. var. calvescens (W. Drew) L.D. Benson — Symbol RATRT Synonym Symbol RAAQC3 Botanical Family Ranunculaceae …   Scientific plant list

  • Ranunculus aquatilis L. var. calvescens (W. Drew) L.D. Benson — Symbol RATRT Synonym Symbol RAAQC3 Botanical Family Ranunculaceae …   Scientific plant list

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