from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Having two colors, as an animal or a gemstone.
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- Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of two colors.
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- adjective Alternative form of
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- adjective having two colors
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Not so for two other antique beefsteaks: Pineapple, an orange-yellow bicolor with a spicy, fruity flavor; and Striped German, a red and yellow streaked one-pounder that produces until frost.
According to Mr. Magazino, it's "the sweetest bicolor corn."
Among these are Chauna chavarria, Cairina moschata, Sarkidiornis melanotos, Dendrocygna autumnalis, Dendrocygna bicolor, and important fishes such as Brycon moorei, Ichthyoelephas longirostris, Prochilodus reticulatus, Petenia krausii, and Tarpon atlanticus.
Jose's Produce of Warsaw County has five or six kinds of heirloom tomatoes displayed shoulders down for $2 per pound; bicolor corn, three for $1; dreamy French cantaloupes for $2 each; and smooth-skinned, bright-orange zucchini for $1.50 per pound.
Several bird species native to the region are the screamer Chauna chavarria, the wild muscovy duck Cairina moschata, the comb duck Sarkidiornis melanotos, the tree or whistling ducks Dendrocygna autumnalis, D. viduata and D. bicolor.
Legumes such as Eperua oleifera, E. campestris, Palovea brasiliensis, Elizabetha paraensis, E. bicolor, E. durissima, and Coumarouna speciosa are common.
Colors often range from shades of yellow, orange and red, but after years of hybridizing, are available in almost every color of the rainbow, even bicolor with contrasting eyes or stripes.
It was love at first sight of this bicolor so Buddy was added to the collection which can be seen in total on the sidebar page listing, Plants We Grow-Daylilies, or click here.
Then she recommends Gold Medal (a bicolor beefsteak), followed by Opalka, a blood-red paste tomato, for late season.
Drier semi-deciduous mid-altitude forests with trees such as Triplochiton scleroxylon, Piptadeniastrum africanum, and Parkia bicolor are found at the northern end of the range on the slopes more exposed to dessicating winds from the desert.