Triptolemus

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Triptolemus

(trɪpˈtɒlɪməs)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth a favourite of Demeter, sent by her to teach mankind agriculture
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When species are sexually dimorphic, both sexes are illustrated with exception of Buzyges rolla for which we had no females and Dyscophellus p.
Some species can be easily seen any time of the year when there is sunshine, for example Cynea cynea, Papias subcostulata, Heliopetes alana, Buzyges rolla, Synapte salenus, Astraptes anaphus, Saliana esperi and Bolla brennus.
vibex, Poanes zabulon, Buzyges rolla, Cymaenes odilia trebius and Cobalopsis nero), and only a few need to be killed for genitalic analysis (Papias dictys, Papias subcostulata, Mnasitheus spp., Bolla brennus and Staphylus ascalaphus).