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tigridia

(taɪˈɡrɪdɪə)
n
(Plants) any plant of the bulbous genus Tigridia, native to subtropical and tropical America, esp T. pavonia, the tiger flower or peacock tiger flower, grown for its large strikingly marked red, white, or yellow concave flowers: family Iridaceae
[New Latin, from Greek tigris, tigridis tiger]
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Tigridia agrupa 43 especies que se distribuyen principalmente en Mexico y Guatemala (Munguia-Lino et al.
PLANT summer-flowering bulbs such as acidanthera and tigridia.
1907 X X X Siproeta epaphus (Latreille, (1811)) X X X Smyrna blomfildia (Fabricius, 1781) X Temenis laothoe (Cramer, 1777) X X Temenis pulchra pulchra (Hewitson, 1861) X Tigridia acesta (Linnaeus, 1858) X X Satyrinae Chloreuptychia arnaca (Fabricius, 1776) X Cissia mollina (Hubner, 1818) X Cissia mermeria ssp.
Campanilla es una traficante alcoholizada que lleva alas de seda cosidas a la ropa; Tigridia, una transexual que hace el mismo espectaculo de danza india noche tras noche y Garfio, el jefe de mantenimiento del parque: un viejo gay aficionado al sadomasoquismo que esta deseando atrapar a los jovencitos escondidos para someterles a un peculiar rito de tortura sexual y al que Peter, antes de ser violado, apunala.
Lilies, dahlias, gladioli, (pictured), and tigridia all bring explosive colour to July, August and September.
It's a tender bulb that is just gorgeous - try Tigridia pavonia Lilacea which produces hot pink flowers.
Lilies, dahlias, gladioli and tigridia all bring explosive colour to July, August and September.
In Iridaceae, Iris and Tigridia have contort petals (Schoute, 1935).
Seigler & Ebinger Iridaceae Tigridia pavonia (L.
Tigridia vanhouttei (Baker) Espejo & Lopez-Ferr.
Tigridia blooms are a blend of the characteristics of tulips and iris.