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Butterfly Etymology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Butterfly Etymology books and related discussion.
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- Discovery of a New Pierid Butterfly, Aporia gigantea cheni Hsu and
- Etymology: This new subspecies is named after the discoverer of the butterfly, Mr. Chang-Ching. Chen, a prominent coleopteran investigator.
- Papilio rumanzovia card 1 smaller
- EIMAN Scarlet Mormon . Papilio rumanzovia SF):l1'l1'lly:Ll':l:ii>(llil<:$hl\e. Etymology: The genus Papilio is Latin for butterﬂy.
- 1 South Khoisan (!Wi subgroup) etymology The etymological
- Bushman etymology. 334. |Xam ddurru (B.
- Hondsrug Engels Drouwen
- important for organisms like the common spadefoot toad, the great chrested newt, the common European viper and many true butterfly species.
Suggested Web Resources
- Butterfly Etymology.
- butterfly - Online Etymology Dictionary
- A fascinating overview of words for "butterfly" in various languages can be found here. The swimming stroke so called from 1936.
- Butterfly Etymology - Cultural Entomology Digest - Insect Facts
- Read the insect article 'Butterfly Etymology', originally featured in the Cultural.
- Etymology (Meaning of Words): butterfly, oxford english dictionary
- Dec 27, 2003 oxford english dictionary, ted nesbitt, romance languages: Ben: First, Allexperts is not forwarding my questions to me.
- Butterfly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A butterfly is a mainly day-flying insect of the order Lepidoptera, the butterflies and moths. Like other holometabolous insects, the butterfly's life cycle consists of four parts: egg, larva, pupa and adult. ...
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