Sagittaria

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Synonyms for Sagittaria

genus of aquatic herbs of temperate and tropical regions having sagittate or hastate leaves and white scapose flowers

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Besides swan ladles and lizard bottle openers, you can snap up a duck potato masher for pounds 9.99.
"When water levels are high these shallow ponds are filled with aquatic vegetation like smartweed, sedge, duck potato, widgeon grass and wild millet.
Delta duck potato, widgeon grass and duckweed exists in the impoundments, along with a host of other subaquatics, surrounded by soft rush, gulf cord grass, cattail, bullwhip and Roseau cane.
Dogs and hunters peered through the cut Roseau cane blind we had pulled the boat into, surrounded by a bay that was more mud than water, with duck potatoes and pondweed beds scattered around.
"Duck potatoes" were all around, a sort of leafy tuber sticking up with leaves on top; ducks feast on the roots.