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- rhacophorus catamitus is a species of frog in the family rhacophoridae. it is endemic to sumatra, indonesia, and occurs in the barisan mountains at elevations
- 'butterfly moth (tetragonus catamitus, callidulidae)'. flickr. retrieved 13 july 2016.  'philippine callidulid moth ( tetragonus catamitus )'. retrieved
- an adult male and an adolescent male. the latin form of the name was catamitus (and also 'ganymedes'), from which the english word 'catamite' is derived
- tetragonus is a genus of moths of the callidulidae family. tetragonus catamitus geyer, 1832 tetragonus lycaenoides (felder, 1874) 'tetragonus'. ftp
- in anal intercourse with a man. in its ancient usage a catamite (latin catamitus) was a pubescent boy who was the intimate companion of a young man in
- 'exoletus' distinguished an active from a p****ive male prostitute, or 'catamitus', from which the english word 'catamite' is derived. in the article 'some
- in'. its closest relatives include rhacophorus bimaculatus, rhacophorus catamitus, rhacophorus gadingensis, and rhacophorus gauni. rhacophorus belalongensis
- an alternative gr**** spelling, gadymedes. from the etruscan is latin catamitus. cel etruscan earth goddess, probably identified with ge, as she had a