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papilio

(pəˈpɪlɪəʊ)
n, pl -lios
1. (Animals) a butterfly or moth
2. (Animals) any species of swallow-tail butterfly in the genus Papilio
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References in classic literature ?
I was much surprised at the habits of Papilio feronia.
Those common to the Chicago area include black swallowtail (Papilio polyxenes), tiger swallowtail (Papilio glaucus) and spicebush swallowtail (Papilio trollus).
(Verbenaceae) which grow along roadsides and open areas are respectively the host and feeding plants of the swallowtail Papilio polyxenes (Papilionidae) (Nilsson et al., 2005).
Establishment and characterization of a cell line developed from the neonate larvae of Papilio demoleus Linnaeus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae).
The peptides of the chymotrypsin-2 account for 2% of the total protein sequence coverage, which showed sequence similarity (QIGIVSWGIPCAR) to that of the common yellow swallowtail (Papilio machaon).
Identification of amine receptors from a swallowtail butterfly, Papilio xuthus L.: cloning and mRNA localization in foreleg chemosensory organ for recognition of host plants.
Created for B&B Italia by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa as a companion for his butterfly-inspired Papilio chairs, these cement Fiore tables vary in height and top shape.
Farmers are therefore encouraged to look for butterfly species with the highest value, in this case the Papilio.
Clarke, "Handpairing of Papilio machaon in February," Entomological Records, vol.
In searching GenBank, homologs of BmARM-like protein were found in many insects, including Papilio xuthus (KPI94899.1), Papilio Machaon (XP_014368349.1), Amyelois transitella (XP_013191284.1), Plutella xylostella (XP_011560493.1), Danaus plexippus (EHJ73656.1), Operophtera brumata (KOB71817.1), Athalia rosae (XP_012263420.1), Aedes aegypti (XP_001650042.1), Culex quinquefasciatus (XP_001843480.1), Anopheles gambiae (XP_319205.3), Anopheles sinensis (KFB52334.1), and Habropoda laboriosa (KOC68595.1).