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- The white-lipped peccary (Tay****u pecari) is a species of peccary found in Central and South America and the only member of the genus Tay****u. Multiple...
- yellow-lipped sea krait often encounters humans, but the snake is not aggressive and only attacks when feeling threatened. The head of a yellow-lipped sea...
- the lip itself. Thinning of the vermilion of the upper lip and flattening of the philtrum are two of the facial characteristics of fetal alcohol syndrome...
- Species of Scrophularia all share square stems, opposite leaves and open two-lipped flowers forming clusters at the end of their stems. The genus is found...
- expanded is 5 cm (2 in) long and 40 mm (1+1⁄2 in) wide. It is two-lipped and the lips are lobed, two lobes above and three below, as is not uncommon with such...
- Alinda biplicata, also known as Balea biplicata, common name the two lipped door snail or Thames door snail, is a species of air-breathing land snail,...
- The lobed leaves are toothed, and the delicate spikes hold clusters of two-lipped mauve flowers. This plant prefers limey soils; it is occasionally grown...
- of frost has p****ed. The flowers are two-lipped, with the upper lip consisting of four lobes and the lower lip two lobes. The following cultivars have...
- 5–10 cm (1–4 in) long in lax, with two to four flower racemes. The calyx is campanulate and shallowly two-lipped. Pods are slender, falcate or straight...
- its inflorescence, large erect heads of con****uous crimson bracts, and two-lipped white flowers.[dubious – discuss] This plant prefers a rich soil and is...