Polygonia


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Related to Polygonia: Polygonia comma
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Noun1.Polygonia - comma butterfliesPolygonia - comma butterflies      
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Nymphalidae, Nymphalidae - large beautifully colored butterflies
comma butterfly, Polygonia comma, comma - anglewing butterfly with a comma-shaped mark on the underside of each hind wing
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Oviposition preference and larval performance in Polygonia c-album (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae): the choice between bad and worse.
Hall y Lamas, 2001 Polygonia g-argenteum PB (Doubleday, 1848) Anthanassa nebulosa X-H, M-T, P-C alexon (Godman & Salvin, 1889) Anthanassa otanes cyno PB (Godman & Salvin, 1889) Phyciodes mylitta thebais P-C, TK Godman & Salvin, 1878 Phyciodes pallescens (R.
Most Eastern Comma (Polygonia comma) and Zabulon Skipper sightings were in the wooded White River floodplain.
The designs on her bag that night, for example, drew inspiration from the black spots that cover the wings of a Polygonia butterfly.
Stavenga, "Visual pigment spectra of the comma butterfly, Polygonia c-album, derived from in vivo epi-illumination microspectrophotometry," Journal of Comparative Physiology A, vol.
Nylin, "Timing major conflict between mitochondrial and nuclear genes in species relationships of Polygonia butterflies (Nymphalidae: Nymphalini)," BMC Evolutionary Biology, vol.
Polygonia c-album ydi'r enw gwyddonol arno, a 'comma' yn Saesneg.
davidii include the Peacock butterfly (Inachis io), the Marbled white butterfly (Melanargia galathea), the Eastern comma butterfly (Polygonia comma), the Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) and several Swallowtail butterflies, including the Common, Eastern tiger and Spicebrush butterflies (Papilio machaon, P.
Phylogeny of Polygonia, Nymphalis and related butterflies (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae): a total evidence analysis.
Among the 49 photographically documented butterflies, all species except Polygonia satyrus (Edwards) and Vanessa atalanta (L.) were observed nectaring.