Cabomba

Cabomba is an aquatic plant genus, one of two belonging to the family Cabombaceae. It has divided submerged leaves in the shape of a fan (hence the vernacular name fanwort) and is much favoured by aquarists as an ornamental and oxygenating plant for fishtanks. Use in the aquarium trade has led to some species being introduced to parts of the world...
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Cabomba

(Fish Grass, Washington Plant, Water Shield) Cabomba Caroliniana, also called Fish Grass, Washington Plant and Water Shield, is an aquatic plant that is found from southern Illinois to Texas and Florida. The submerged, hair-like leaves of this plant are bright green, fan-shaped and coarsely segmented up to 11/2 inched in diameter. The floating leav...
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Cabomba

[n] - alternatively, a member of the family Nymphaeaceae
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Cabomba

genus Cabomba noun alternatively, a member of the family Nymphaeaceae; a small genus of American aquatic plants
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