Araujia sericofera

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Noun1.Araujia sericofera - robust twining shrub having racemes of fragrant white or pink flowers with flat spreading terminal petals that trap nocturnal moths and hold them until dawn
vine - a plant with a weak stem that derives support from climbing, twining, or creeping along a surface
Araujia, genus Araujia - small genus of South American evergreen vines
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The new run is bang up to date too - one of the cases is based on The Moth Catcher, the latest novel of Ann Cleeves, who created the character; the book was only released on January 14.
It's the sixth series based on the best-selling novels by Ann Cleeves; the latest, The Moth Catcher, was released earlier this month, and an adaptation of it forms one of the forthcoming episodes.
The new run is bang up-to-date too - one of the cases is based on The Moth Catcher, the latest novel of Ann Cleeves, who created the character, the book was only released on January 14.
Rating FICTION The Moth Catcher by Ann Cleeves Publisher: Macmillan Price: Hardback PS16.
Moth Catcher introduces the reader to a fascinating canyon and pass environment in Sierra Nevada that is what geneticists call a "hybrid zone" for silk moths.
Ann Cleeves' talk will be followed by a signing of her latest Vera Stanhope novel, The Moth Catcher.