My understanding is that a wireless bridge allows to transparently join broadcast domains such that /interface/bridge/host on each node of the wireless connection will include wired hosts of the remaining nodes. With this arrangement it's clear how an L3 segment may be created to enclose devices of all nodes.
When I create a virtual network bridge on my Windows laptop, e.g. between a wireless connection and a VMware virtual ethernet adapter, these bridged devices somehow join my L3 segment (/ip/arp, /ip/dhcp-server/leases). However, my Mikrotik AP does not recognize laptop's wireless connection as bridged (per /interface/wireless/registration-table) nor these bridged devices appear in /interface/bridge/host.
How does this work, i.e. single L3 segment exists over multiple L2 segments?