The European Frog Bit's Kingdom is the plant kingdom. It's Phylum is Angiosperms and bit's Class is Monocots it's Order is Alismateles and Genus is Hydrocharis.
Structural and Behavioral Adaptations
Structural adaptations of the European frog bit are round smooth, leathery feeling heart shape leaves. Has long stalks about 2 1/2 inches that form a rosette on a short steam. They are 3 pedal flowers, thats roots hang beneath the surface of the water. Behaviral adaptations of the european frog bit are that it spreads close together so it is hard for the water to flow and continue and also stops sunlight.
Natural Habitat/ Invaded Ecosystems
European Frog Bit was originally from Switzerland, and was intentionally migrated to Canada and the United States of America. Now it is native to Eurasia's wetlands. The European Frog Bit prefers shallow ponds and marshes. This plant was in a Quebec green house and quickly.