Definition of Liriope. Meaning of Liriope. Synonyms of Liriope

Definition of Liriope. Meaning of Liriope. Synonyms of Liriope

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- Liriope is a genus of low, gr****-like, flowering plants from East Asia and Southeast Asia.Some species are often used in landscaping in temperate latitudes...
- Liriope may refer to: Liriope (nymph), the mother of Narcissus by the river-god Cephissus, according to Ovid's Metamorphoses. Liriope (plant), a genus...
- Liriope ****ata is a species of low, herbaceous flowering plant from East Asia. Common names include creeping lilyturf, creeping liriope, lilyturf, and...
- Liriope muscari is a species of low, herbaceous flowering plants from East Asia. Common names in English include big blue lilyturf, lilyturf, border gr****...
- In Gr**** mythology, Liriope is a Boeotian naiad, who was probably the daughter of one of the Boeotian or Phocian river Gods. Liriope was raped by the river-god...
- Monkey gr**** is a common name for several plants used in landscaping and may refer to: Plants in the genus Liriope Ophiopogon ****onicus...
- 414 Liriope is a large Main belt asteroid. It is cl****ified as a C-type asteroid and is probably composed of carbonaceous material.It was discovered by...
- Coluzea liriope is a species of large sea snail, marine gastropod mollusk in the family Turbinellidae. Coluzea liriope Harasewych, 1986.  Retrieved...
- known for his beauty. He was the son of the river god Cephissus and nymph Liriope. He was proud, in that he disdained those who loved him, causing some to...
- Liriope is a genus of hydrozoan in the family Geryoniidae. It contains only one species, Liriope tetraphylla. Liriope tetraphylla has marginal tentacles...
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