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(Zoology) body cavity of coelenterates (aquatic invertebrates, i.e. jellyfishes, sea anemones, corals, etc.), invertebrate body cavitycoelenteron
(Zoology) member of the phylum Coelenterata (class of aquatic invertebrates which includes jellyfishes, sea anemones, corals, etc.), cnidarian, marine invertebrate with body cavityNow calledcoelenterate
(Zoology) phylum consisting of coelenterates (aquatic invertebrates, i.e. jellyfishes, sea anemones, corals, etc.)Coelenterata
(Zoology) small semi-aquatic salamander with short legs (found in North America, Europe, and North Asia), tailed amphibiannewt
(Zoology) toad (term used mainly in the North East USA)hoptoad
a frog or toad, salientiananuran
absorb, act of cleaning, aquatic animal with a porous outer body and a rigid or elastic skeleton; skeleton of a sponge; piece of flexible and absorbent plastic or rubber used for cleaning; one or that which absorbs; sponger, clean with a sponge; wipe w...sponge
any of a number of aquatic birds, deep pink color, large pink wading bird, of deep pink colorflamingo
any of a number of birds which swim on and live near water (i.e. ducks, geese, etc.); collective group of birds hunted for food or sport, aquatic bird, swimming game birdswaterfowl
any of a type of now extinct fish-lizards of the family Mosasauridae, aquatic dinosaurmosasaur
any one of the extinct gigantic aquatic reptile with short and biconcave vertebraeichthyosaurus
any plant from the genus Polygala (formerly thought to increase the secretion of milk by nursing women); sea milkwort, species of flowering aquatic plant, flowering plant with winged petalsmilkwort
aquatic animal, moss animal, polyzoan, sea matbryozoan
aquatic flatwormturbellarian
aquatic grass with long narrow leaves, eelgrass, wild celerytape grass
aquatic insectwater bug
aquatic insect, whirligigwhirligig beetle
aquatic larva, aquatic plant, Greek water nymphnaiad
aquatic mammal with flipperspinniped; pinnipedian
aquatic midge larva, red fragmented aquatic worm (used for bait), reddish worm used as fishing bait, redwormbloodworm
aquatic organismsperiphyton
aquatic plantfanwort
aquatic plantfloating heart
aquatic planthydrilla
aquatic plantpondweed
aquatic plant with blue flowerswater hyacinth
aquatic plant with clinging rootsriverweed
aquatic plant with distinctive leaves, aquatic plant with purple flowerswater shield
aquatic plant with floating leaves, pond lilywater lily
aquatic plant with oval leaveswater plantain
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