Pipa

• (n.) The Surinam toad (Pipa Americana), noted for its peculiar breeding habits.
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pipa

<zoology> The Surinam toad (Pipa Americana), noted for its peculiar breeding habits. ... The male places the eggs on the back of the female, where they soon become inclosed in capsules formed by the thickening of the skin. The incubation of the eggs takes place in the capsules, and the young, when hatched, come forth with well developed legs....
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Pipa

4 stringed guitar-like plucked instrument from China with a pear shaped body. In the literature as far back as 2000BC. The name refers to the forward and back picking technique.
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Pipa

genus Pipa noun type genus of the Pipidae
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Pipa

[genus] Surinam toads, also called star-fingered toads, are members of the frog genus Pipa, within the family Pipidae. They are native to northern South America and extreme southern Central America (Panama). Like other pipids, these frogs are almost exclusively aquatic. There are seven recognized species: In addition, Pipa verrucosa Wiegman...
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Pipa

Pi·pa noun ; plural Pipas (Zoology) The Surinam toad ( Pipa Americana ), noted for its peculiar breeding habits. » The male places the eggs on the back of the female, where they soon become inclosed in capsules formed by the thickening of the skin. The incubation of th...
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Pipa

A Chinese lute with four silk strings
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pipa

Chinese lute
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Pipa

lute-like instrument.
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Pipa

lute-like instrument.
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Pipa

Pipa is a genus of aquatic tongueless toad of the order Aglossa. The head is depressed and triangular in shape; the skin is covered with small tubercles; the digits on the fore limb are slender, and free from one another, and furnished with star-shaped processes at the tip, while those on the hind limbs are broadly webbed. The genus is peculiar for...
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pipa

short-necked Chinese lute prominent in Chinese opera orchestras and as a solo instrument. It has a shallow, pear-shaped body with a wooden belly and, ... [4 related articles]
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Pipa

[n] - type genus of the Pipidae
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