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Alypia

Definition of the noun Alypia

What does Alypia mean as a name of something?

Alypia is a genus of Noctuidae, described by Hübner in 1818.

Alypia is a genus of Agaristinae.

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Alypia was a noblewoman of the Western Roman Empire, daughter of the Western Roman Emperor Anthemius.

Phrases with Alypia

  1. Alypia Lulesa
  2. Alypia Lunata
  3. Alypia Ornata
  4. Alypia Dipsaci
  5. Alypia Similis
  6. Alypia Brannani
  7. Alypia Hudsonia
  8. Alypia langtoni
  9. Alypia Mariposa
  10. Alypia Australis
  11. Alypia Conjuncta
  12. Alypia Disparata
  13. Alypia Edwardsii
  14. Alypia Langtonii
  15. Alypia Ridingsii
  16. Alypia Bimaculata
  17. Alypia Gracilenta
  18. Alypia Sacramenti
  19. Alypia Wittfeldii
  20. genus Alypia

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Google previewNotes on the Family Zygaenidae (1884)

Alypia is the most northern genus, extending into the Hudson Bay Territories. G-laucopis and allies which form an immense number of species are almost exclusively tropical American.

Google previewCommunications (1866)

by Essex Institute

Alypia is the most northern genus, extending into the Hudson Bay Territories. Glaucopis and allies which form an immense number of species are almost exclusively tropical American. In Australia as Klug observes, Castnia is represented by ...

Google previewGuide to the Study of Insects, and a Treatise on Those Injurious and Beneficial to Crops (1874)

For the Use of Colleges, Farm-schools, and Agricultureists. With Fifteen Plates and Six Hundred and Seventy Wood-cuts

Alypia is the most northern genus, extending into the Hudson Bay territories. Glaucopis and allies, which comprise a large number of species, are almost exclusively tropical American. In Australia, as Klug observes, Castnia is represented by ...

Google previewTreatise on Injurious and Benefecial Insects to Crops

Alypia is the most northern genus, extending into the Hudson Bay territories. Glaucopis and allies, which comprise a large number of species, are almost exclusively tropical American. In Australia, as Klug observes, Castnia is represented by ...

Google previewProceedings of the Essex Institute (1864)

Alypia is the most northern genus, extending into the Hudson Bay Territories. Glaucopis and allies which form an immense number of species are almost exclusively tropical American ...

Google previewCRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences (2001)

by Robert Alan Lewis

Alypia ;imar- Alypia.

Google previewA Dictionary of Entomology (2011)

EIGHT-SPOTTED FORESTER Alypia octomaculata (Fabricius) [Lepidoptera: ...

Google previewThe Physical Dictionary, Wherein the Terms of Anatomy, the Names and Causes of Diseases, Chirurgical Instruments, and Their Use, are Accurately Described ... The Seventh Edition, Etc (1726)

by Steven BLANCKAERT

Alypon,& Alypia,White Turbith.

Google previewAn universal etymological English dictionary ... Twentieth edition, with considerable improvements (1765)

by Nathan BAILEY

zr/alypia, In] a being jealous; Suspicion, Mistrust. jEAR- Roþe [in a Sb'p] a Piece of Hawser saflened to the Main and Fore-Yard, to help to hoise up the Yard, and to keep the Yard' from falling, if the Tyes should break.

Google previewA New Medical Dictionary Or General Repository of Physic Etc. (with Fig.)- London, Johnson 1775 (1775)

ALYPIA. ) . |ALYPIAS, } 1. C. Alypium. ALYPUM, from a neg. and xórn pain. The herb terrible. It is alfo called white turbith. Frutex terribilis, empetrum, thymelæa, & globularia frutiçosa. " 'It is of no account in medicine; it is a : plant, reddish, with ...

Google previewA new medical dictionary; or, general repository of physic ... The fourth edition: revised and corrected, with considerable additions, by George Wallis, M.D. (1795)

by George MOTHERBY, George WALLIS (M.D.)

ALYPIA, ALY PIAS, ALYPUM, from z, neg, and » vrn, pain.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)

The popular name of sundry moths of the famSee forest court, Eight-spotted Forester (Alypia Mlomaclllaln l, natural sizea, larva : 0. side view of onejoint, enlarged. ily Atlaristida'. The eightspotted forester, Alypia octomminm, is a rrefty black ...

Google previewCentury Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1897)

Including Atlas of the World and Cyclopedia of Names

The popular name of sundry moths of the famSee forest court, Eight-spotted Forester (Alypia octomaculata), natural size. a, larva; b, side view of one joint, enlarged. ily Zygaenidae. The eight-spotted forester, Alypia octo. maculata, is a pretty ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: Supplement (1910)

by William Dwight Whitney

— Langton's forester, a common moth, Alypia lanfftonii, occurring in Canada, the northern United •States, and California. forest-grown (for'est-gron), a . Grown in the forest from self-sown seed. forestian (fo-res ' ti -an), a. [ML. foresta ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century cyclopedia of names (1910)

—Langton's forester, a common moth, Alypia langtonii, occurring in Canada, the northern United States, and California. forestgrown (for'est-gron), a. forest from self-sown seed. foregtian (fo-res' ti-an), a. [MIJ. foresta, forcst.] ...

Google previewThe London medical dictionary (1809)

including under distinct heads every branch of medicine viz. anatomy, physiology, and pathology, the practice of physic and surgery, therapeutics and materia medica; with whatever relates to medicine in natural philosophy, chemistry, and natural history by Bartholomew Parr

See Alypia. FRUTJCOSUS, (from fiutex, a sW). Fhuti- COSE. Plants which are of a woody substance. FUCOI'DES, (from fucus, ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1911)

The eight-spotted forester, Alypia octoraculata, is a pretty black species with large yellow spots, the larva of which is one of the blue caterpillars of the 2329 grape- vine, being of a pale-bluish color with light-orange bands across the middle of ...

Google previewThe London Medical Dictionary, Including Under Distinct Heads Every Branch of Medecine (1809)

by Bartholomew Parr

Se* Alypia. FRU11COSUS, (from fiutir, a shrub). Fruti- COse.

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