- 219479 a.k.a. The Uraniidae are a family of moths containing four subfamilies, ninety genera, and roughly seven-hundred species. The family is distributed throughout the tropics of Americas, Africa and Indo-Australia. Some of the tropical species are known for their bright, butterfly-like colors and are called sunset moths. Such moths are apparently toxic and the bright colors are a warning to predators.
- 219479 a.k.a. olfactory receptor, family 5, subfamily R, member 1 is a gene.
- also known as olfactory receptor OR11-185; olfactory receptor, family 5, subfamily R, member 1 pseudogene
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