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Definition of Discolored

Discolored
Discolored Dis*col"ored, a. 1. Altered in color; ?tained. 2. Variegated; of divers colors. [R.] That ever wore discolored arms. --Chapman.

Meaning of Discolored from wikipedia

- to Brazil. This plant is cited in Flora Brasiliensis by Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius. (in Portuguese) Flora Brasiliensis: Aspido**** discolor...
- Dialyceras discolor is a tree in the family Sphaerosepalaceae. It is endemic to Madagascar. Dialyceras discolor is known only from a few locations in the...
- variegata (Hook.) Stehlé Tradescantia discolor L'Hér. Tradescantia discolor var. concolor Baker Tradescantia discolor var. variegata Hook. Tradescantia versicolor...
- The Differently Colored Catasetum (Catasetum discolor) is a species of orchid. Media related to Catasetum discolor at Wikimedia Commons...
- Ludisia (Lus.) is a genus of orchids that contains just one species, Ludisia discolor, commonly referred to as jewel orchid. They are native to Southern China...
- Lomaria discolor, synonym Blechnum discolor, commonly called crown fern (Māori: piupiu), is a species of fern in the family Blechnaceae. This species...
- Diospyros discolor (commonly known as velvet apple, velvet persimmon, kamagong, or mabolo tree) is a tree of the genus Diospyros of ebony trees and persimmons...
- Trema discolor is a species of plant in the family Cannabaceae. It is endemic to French Polynesia. Florence, J. 1998. Trema discolor. 2006 IUCN Red List...
- Ti****ria discolor, the crippled cranefly or crane-fly orchid, is a perennial terrestrial woodland orchid, a member of the family Orchidaceae. It is the...
- epithet dis refers to a negation of color. The single species is Pachycormus discolor endemic to the Baja California peninsula. Called the Baja elephant tree...
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