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- tetragonus catamitus is a moth of the callidulidae family. it is found in tropical asia. they are day-flying moths that can be easily
- rhacophorus catamitus is a species of frog in the rhacophoridae family endemic to indonesia . its natural habitat s are subtropical or
- in its ancient usage a catamite (latin catamitus) was a pubescent boy who was the intimate companion of a young man in ancient greece
- the latin form of the name was catamitus (and also 'ganymedes'), from which the english word 'catamite ' derives. myth: ganymede was abducted
- species : tetragonus catamitus geyer, 1832 tetragonus lycaenoides (felder, 1874) references : external links : http://www. mothsofborneo.
- name callidulidae , image tetragonus_catamitus_india. jpg , image_caption a callidulid moth tetragonus catamitus laying eggs on a fern in
- distinguished an active from a p****ive male prostitute, or 'catamitus', from which the english word 'catamite ' is derived in the article
- rhacophorus catamitus harvey, pemberton, and smith, 2002 rhacophorus chenfui liu, 1945 rhacophorus cyanopunctatus manthey and steiof, 1998
- jpg , chrysiridia rhipheus, a day-flying uraniidae moth, has butterfly-like colours file:tetragonus_catamitus_india. jpg , tetragonus sp.,
- catmite: the mythological figure, ganymede , from an alternative gr**** spelling, gadymedes from the etruscan is latin catamitus.