anacharis


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anacharis

(əˈnækərɪs)
n
a genus of water plant native to North America and commonly used in aquariums
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Both plant species are often misidentified and sold by pet stores and online companies, often under the name "anacharis." Hydrilla verticillata was also dumped from an aquarium into Tinker Park Nature Center pond in Henrietta (Monroe County), and DEC is currently working to control this population and protect the waterbodies connected to the pond.
Adding underwater aquatic plants such as anacharis, hornwort and parrot's feather, will add oxygen to the water.
Camila Gabriel Kato, (1,2) Geferson de Almeida Gonsalves, (1,2) Rosely Aparecida Peralta, (3) Flavio Augusto Vicente Seixas, (2) Anacharis Babeto de Sa-Nakanishi, (1,2) Livia Bracht, (1,2) Jurandir Fernando Comar, (1,2) Adelar Bracht, (1,2) and Rosane Marina Peralta (1,2)
(11) This idea is so basic that it also appears in the contrary: Anacharis apparently explained that the Scythians have no female pipers because they have no vines (Aristotle, An.
The subfamily currently includes 9 described genera (MataCasanova & Pujade-Villar 2013a): Acanthaegilips Ashmead, 1897; Acanthaegilopsis Pujade-Villar, 2013; Aegilips Haliday, 1835; Anacharis Dalman, 1823; Calofigites Kieffer, 1909; Hexacharis Kieffer, 1907; Proanacharis Kovalev, 1996; Solenofigites Diaz, 1979; and Xyalaspis Hartig, 1843.