- Lycomorpha Pholus, a black and red moth in the genus Lycomorpha classified by Dru Drury
- Darapsa Pholus, the Azalea Sphinx Moth in the genus Darapsa
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... Gryllacrididae are a family of non-jumping insects in the suborder Ensifera occurring worldwide, known commonly as "leaf-rolling crickets" or "raspy crickets" ... Raspy crickets evolved the ability to produce silk independently from other insects, but their silk has many convergent features to silkworm silk, being made of long ... These are predators of other insects and spiders ...
... Aburame Shino?) is one of the members of Team 8 and is fascinated with insects he spends his free time capturing and studying insects and often uses ... A deep connection with insects runs in Shino's family, as each person born in to the Aburame clan is infused with a special breed of insects known as "destruction bugs" (寄壊蟲, kikaich ... tendencies, in regards to opponents as well as his attachment to insects, have caused other characters to label him as "creepy." Nevertheless, Shino cares deeply for his teammates, being ...
... The typical thoracic leg of an adult insect is adapted for running, rather than for digging, leaping, swimming, predation or the like ... the dragonflies and damselflies, are adapted for seizing prey that the insects feed on while flying or while sitting still on a plant they are nearly incapable of using them for walking ... Hardly any adult aquatic insects use anything but their specially adapted legs for swimming, though many species of immature insects swim by other means, such as by wriggling, undulating, or expelling water ...
... feeding, darting from flower to flower and sallying for insects ... It probes flowers for nectar with its long curved bill, catches insects on the wing and gleans insects from leaves ...
... Entomological warfare (EW) is a specific type of biological warfare (BW) that uses insects in a direct attack or as vectors to deliver a biological agent, such as plague or cholera ... One type of EW involves infecting insects with a pathogen and then dispersing the insects over target areas ... The insects then act as a vector, infecting any person or animal they might bite ...
Famous quotes containing the word insects:
“There are men from whom nature or some peculiar destiny has removed the cover beneath which we hide our own madness. They are like thin-skinned insects whose visible play of muscles seem to make them deformed, though in fact, everything soon turns to its normal shape again.”
—E.T.A.W. (Ernst Theodor Amadeus Wilhelm)
“If the stars that move together as one, disband,
Flying like insects of fire in a cavern of night,
Pipperoo, pippera, pipperum . . . The rest is rot.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
the fierce, brilliant faith
that pierces the heart all summer
and sips bitter insects steeped in nectar ...”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)