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What is a mudwort?

What is a mudwort? Here are some definitions.

Noun
  1. Limosella aquatica, a small herbaceous plant growing on muddy shores.
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It supports a range of rare and scarce species, including mudwort, stone loach, and a range of invertebrates.
Widespread stoloniferous herbs of wet habitats are the buttercup Ranunculus flammula and mudwort, Limosella subulata.
The Nosterfield reserve is already home to some 200 plants, including the nationally-scarce mudwort and blunt-flowered rush.
This is vital feeding ground for many birds, and is home to the county rare plant, mudwort.
The number of rare species includes the serpentine thrift, the pannonian thyme, the prostrated speedwell, the English galingale and the mudwort.
The tiny Mudwort plant is found widely in the southern hemisphere but in Europe it is restricted to just a few sites on the north west Wales coast.

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