Lotad is a Water/Grass type Pokemon introduced in Generation III. It is known as the Water Weed Pokemon
Lotad is a small, blue Pokemon with a relatively large green lily pad on its back. It sports six blue stubby legs and a moderately sized yellow bill. It inhabits ponds and lakes, and on occasion may travel on land in order to find a clean pond where it can live. It is known to transport Pokemon across water on its back. Lotad is based off of lily pads, while also likely drawing inspiration from ducks or platypuses, as well as water striders.
Lotad and its evolutions are the only dual water/grass type pokemon, and as such, are the only water type Pokemon that are weak to poison type attacks.
Lombre is Water/Grass type Pokemon introduced in Generation III. It is known as the Jolly Pokemon
Lombre is a bipedal blue and green Pokemon that's sports multiple hominid qualities, to the point that it is often mistaken for a human child. It sports a red bill that resembles a moustache and a lily pad on its head that resembles a hat. Its color scheme on its torso that makes it look like it is wearing a jacket. It is notable for its odd habits, including eating aquatic mosses, impeding fishermen and being active at night.
Lombre and its evolutionary line are the only Water/Grass type Pokemon, and as such, are the only water type Pokemon weak to poison type attacks.
Ludicolo is a Water/Grass type Pokemon introduced in Generation III. It is known as the Carefree pokemon.
Ludicolo sports a round yellow body with horizontal brown zigzag patterns, and green, stout limbs. The large green lily pad on its head resembles a sombrero. Among the influences for its design include a pinapple, a platypus, and possibly the mythical Kappa. Ludicolo is attracted to, and strengthened by, catchy, rhythmic music.
Ludicolo and its pre-evolutions are the only Water/Grass type Pokemon, and as such, are the only water type Pokemon weak to poison type attacks.
Turtwig is a Grass type Pokemon introduced in Generation IV. It is known as the Tiny Leaf Pokemon.
Turtwig is a light green turtle-like Pokemon. It sports a small brown stem on the top if its head, from which two prominent leaves grow. It's brown shell is made of soil, and should be moist if Turtwig is healthy. As a grass type, most of Turtwig's abilities involve its plant-like characteristics, among them photosynthesis.
Turtwig is the only starter pokemon to be based off the same animal as another. In this case, it is based on turtles like Squirtie, the water starter of Generation I.
Grotle is a Grass type Pokemon introduced in Generation IV. It is known as the Grove Pokemon.
Grotle is a turtle-like quadrupedal Pokemon. It sports a yellow shell covering its entire back and the top of its head, with a green underbelly and thighs. Its lower jaw and legs are also yellow, and two prominent bushes grow on its back. The nuts that grow in these bushes attract small Pokemon, some of whom may take residence on Grotle's back. Grotle is also aware of the pure water in its territory.
Grotle is among a handful Pokemon that produce, and eagerly give, a consumable product.
Torterra is a Grass/Ground type Pokemon introduced in Generation IV. It is known as the Continent Pokemon.
Torterra is a large quadrupedal reptilian creature with a brown underbelly and predominantly green top. Its torso is a massive shell, on top of which there is a sizable tree and multiple grey and mossy peaks. Torterra is well known for fostering small pokemon on its back, some of which remain there for their entire lives. In myth, a massive Torterra is said to dwell beneath the earth, holding the land on its back. Torterra is based of off tortoises or turtles, most likely the massive extinct meiolaniid turtles, or possibly the armored dinosaur ankylosaurus. Various legends of World Turtles, massive turtles who carry the Earth on their backs, also may have served as a source of inspiration.
Torterra’s great weight make it both the heaviest starter Pokemon and the heaviest grass type Pokemon.