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- a plume moth from Robert Hooke's Micrographia Leaf-shaped moth (Pergesa acteus) Giant grey moth (Agrius convolvuli) Oleander hawk-moth or army green moth...
- Sphingidae first described by Francis Walker in 1856. Its only species, Pergesa acteus, the green pergesa hawkmoth, was described by Pieter Cramer in 1779.. It...
- Semiphoras and Schemhamforas. Scale of Six Six authors of all calamities: Acteus Megalesius Ormenus Lycus Nicon Mimon Scale of novenary Nine orders of devils:...
- Pentatomidae. The remaining three insects include one species of moth, Pergesa acteus, and two true bugs, namely Aphis commilinae and Aeschrocoris ceylonicus...
- a reasonable person). For carelessness, once the prosecution proved the acteus reus, the defendant must prove that they exercised all the care a reasonable...
- Binomial name Cerebratulus lacteus (Leidy, 1851) Synonyms Cerebratulus acteus Cerebratulus ingens Meckelia ingens Meckelia lactea Leidy, 1851 Meckelia...
- Pachylia darceta Pachylia ficus Pachylia syces Pachylioides resumens Pergesa acteus Perigonia caryae Perigonia divisa Perigonia glaucescens Perigonia grisea...
- Sphingidae. The genus was erected by Jean Baptiste Boisduval in 1875. Acosmeryx acteus Pagenstecher, 1898 Acosmeryx anceoides Boisduval, 1875 Acosmeryx anceus...
- (Walker, 1856) タイワンベニスズメ — Theretra suffusa (Walker, 1856) ミドリスズメ — Pergesa acteus (Cramer, 1779) ビロードスズメ — Rhagastis mongoliana (Butler, 1875) ミスジビロードスズメ...
- Meganoton nyctiphanes (Walker, 1856) Nephele hespera (Fabricius, 1775) Pergesa acteus (Cramer, 1779) Polyptychus trilineatus Moore, 1888 Psilogramma bartschereri...
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