Translation of pondweed in Spanish:


espiga de agua, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɒndwiːd//ˈpɑn(d)wid/


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    espiga de agua feminine
    • He said water plants targeted by the swans - including eelgrass, wigeongrass, and sago pondweed - act as important nursery areas for fish and invertebrates.
    • Water spiders skitted on pondweed wetness and big black benign gnats hung in the air.
    • There'd be some pondweed, lotus and water lily, but you could still take a boat out here and fish.
    • Once established, they grow quickly, shading out or otherwise displacing and out-competing beneficial native underwater plants such as pondweed, coontail and wild celery.
    • The meadows of pondweed and algae, as the water drains from under them, have come to rest on the bottom.
    • The crags take on mushroom shapes, the track is wet in places, with streams that seem permanent to judge by their two species of pondweed.
    • There are also lovely mosses, liverworts, milfoil duckweed and pondweed.
    • If the vegetation is primarily milfoil, musk grass, pondweed, or naiad, these stocking rates are recommended.
    • A waterway is called inauspiciously a ‘drain’, but was clear and full of pondweed.
    • On the moor, we crossed becks bridged by railway sleepers and bulging with pondweed and we met a couple of cyclists.
    • Influxes of saltwater can ‘burn’ and destroy aquatic vegetation such as pondweed, najas and other freshwater and brackish water plants that serve as prime duck fodder.
    • The shallow pools contain-leafy pondweed, whose two-inch-long leaves float on the water.
    • Stem segments prepared from pondweed (Potamo geton distinctus A. Benn.) turions (overwintering buds) elongate in anaerobic conditions, whereas there is almost no elongation in air.
    • Wild rice could have been found in the deeper waters of the backwater sloughs along with white water lily, American lotus, arrowleaf, duckweeds, and pondweed.
    • Water hyacinths, duckweed, and pondweed are all aquatic monocots.
    • I've also put in some pondweed, and the water's murky enough that they should be able to find food in there.
    • A thickening soup of duckweed and pondweed stills the surface of the marsh.
    • Another favourite is the Cape pondweed, Aponogeton distachyos, whose shiny leaves float on the surface of the water.
    • On their knees they shuffled around the tank, peering into the corners among the big pebbles, at the gravel and the pondweed.
    • The only enjoyment you can get from these sports is the occasional deb resurfacing from a murky lake covered in pondweed and slime.