Again in the Lynceus, Lynceus is being led away to his death, and Danaus
goes with him, meaning, to slay him; but the outcome of the preceding incidents is that Danaus
is killed and Lynceus saved.
Argos which was waterless Danaus
BmARM-like protein and its homologs from 6 other insects, including Operophtera brumata, Amyelois transitella, Plutella xylostella, Danaus
plexippus, Papilio machaon, and Papilio xuthus were clustered together into a Lepidoptera group.
Nymphalidae with two subfamilies and two tribes, subfamily Danianae and tribe Danaini with two species Danaus
chrysippus (Linnaeus, 1758) and Euploea core (Cramer, 1780); tribe Junoniini with one species Junonia almana (Linnaeus, 1758), subfamily Nymphalinae and tribe Nymphalini with one species Aglais kaschmirensis (Kollar, 1848).
Compton SG (1987) Aganais speciosa and Danaus
chrysippus (Lepidoptera) sabotage the latex defences of their host plants.
Murphy uses Caird's The Daughters of Danaus
as an example of such a narrative.
In Mexico, only one study related to monarch butterflies Danaus
A short story by Margaret Oliphant 'A Railway Junction: or the Romance of Ladybank' of 1873 masterfully explores the tension between wild and tamed time, whereas Mona Caird's The Daughters of Danaus
of 1894 links temporal and spatial perceptions to the flow of consciousness, to imagination and subjectivity, thus undermining the uniformizing and ordering principles of standardized time.
Directional and stabilizing selection on wing size and shape in migrant and resident monarch butterflies, Danaus
Two species of genus Danaus
Kluk (1802), Danaus
chrysippus Linnaeus (1758) and Danaus
genutia Cramer (1779), commonly called monarchs, queens and milkweed butterflies are re-described.
Contact chemoreception related to host selection and oviposition behaviour in the monarch butterfly Danaus
plexippus, are famous for their annual migration from the United States and Canada to Mexico and back.