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- Acherontia atropos, the (African) death's-head hawkmoth, is the most widely recognized of three species within the genus Acherontia (the other two being...
- refers to any of three moth species of the genus Acherontia (Acherontia atropos, Acherontia styx and Acherontia lachesis). The former species is found in Europe...
- Acherontia styx, the lesser death's head hawkmoth or bee robber, is a sphingid moth found in Asia, one of the three species of death's-head hawkmoth. It...
- Acherontia may refer to: Acherontia (city), a city in ancient Apulia, Italy Acherontia (moth), three species in the genus Acherontia Acherontia atropos...
- Acherontia lachesis, the greater death's head hawkmoth or bee robber, is a large (up to 13 cm wingspan) sphingid moth found in India, Sri Lanka and much...
- Acherontia (Ancient Gr****: Ἀχεροντίς or Αχεροντία) was a small town of ancient Apulia, near the frontiers of Lucania, situated about 14 miles (23 km) south...
- scientific name of a venomous snake, Bitis atropos, refers to Atropos. Acherontia atropos An asteroid 273 Atropos is named after Atropos. Clement of Alexandria...
- The larva of one of the Acherontia species shown here, is typical of the order Lepidoptera. The head of the larva bears more than one pair of stemmata...
- name Macropoliana natalensis (Butler, 1875) Synonyms Diludia natalensis Butler, 1875 Macropoliana oheffernani Gess, 1967 Acherontia spei Butler, 1875...
- being a very common and recognizable species, the death's-head hawkmoths (Acherontia species) of Silence of the Lambs fame, and Xanthopan morganii with its...
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