Definition of Nasturtium amphibium
1. Noun. Perennial herb found on streams and riversides throughout Europe except extreme north and Mediterranean; sometimes placed in genus Nasturtium.
Generic synonyms: Watercress
Group relationships: Genus Rorippa, Rorippa
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nasturtium Amphibium
Literary usage of Nasturtium amphibium
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1. The Fertilisation of Flowers by Hermann Müller (1883)
"(nasturtium amphibium, R- Br.).—The structure of the flower resembles that of Nasturtium silvestre. ..."