from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Monochromatic.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of one color; monochromatic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of but one color; whole-colored. Also unicolorous.
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Aruba also has two snakes: the cascabel (Crotalus thurissus unicolor), an endangered subspecies of rattlesnake, which does not use its rattle; and the Aruba cat-eyed snake (Leptodira bakeri).
Baskets full of striped, floral, and unicolor linen flanked the machine à coudre.
\ "I\'d never have such a unicolor setting, \" he says, gesturing to couch, carpet and walls - all in related shades of beige.
"I'd never have such a unicolor setting," he says, gesturing to couch, carpet and walls - all in related shades of beige.
The following bird species occur in the Laurissilva forest: Accipiter nisus, Apus unicolor and Fringila coelebs maderensis.
In the late 1950s the Burma Wildlife Survey team found few species except sambar (Cervus unicolor), barking deer (Muntiacus muntjac), wild boar (Sus scrofa), and Asiatic black bear (Selenarctos thibetanus) in this region.
There are also smaller and more localized populations of feral banteng (B. javanicus), goats (Capra hircus), and sambar deer (Cervus unicolor).
Other endemic taxa of land birds include the Auckland Islands Rail Lewinia muelleri (VU), the Antipodes Parakeet Cyanoramphus unicolor (VU), snipe Coenocorypha aucklandica (LR) on Campbell, Snares, Antipodes and Auckland Islands, tomtits (Petroica macrocephala) on Snares and Auckland Island, and the Banded Dotterel Charadrius bicinctus exilis.
Deep species such as sambar (Cervus unicolor), hog deer (C. porcinus), and wild boar (Sus scrofa) appeared to be numerous.
There seems to be no special vertebrate fauna associated with limestone in this ecoregion, although banteng Bos javanicus, orangutan Pongo pygmaeus, Bornean gibbon Hylobates muelleri, sambar Cervus unicolor, muntjac Muntiacus muntjak, and mousedeer Tragulus spp. all use limestone outcroppings.