Danaus


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Danaus

References in periodicals archive ?
Keywords: Re-description, Butterflies, Danaus KULK, Jamshoro, Sindh.
Notes on shifting distribution patterns and survival of immature Danaus plexippus on the food plant Asclepias syriaca.
A flaming shield holds his shoulders and chest broadly and the night of Danaus lives wrought in the gold.
7) The Latin word "futilis" means leaky, and in Greek mythology, the daughters of Danaus were condemned in the underworld to draw water in leaky sieves, conveying the full meaning of futility.
In Aeschylus' Supplices the Argive king makes a point of emphasizing the role of the demos that votes to accept the supplicant daughters of Danaus as residents in his city.
Rochester, Estimating the Effect of Climate on the Distribution and Abundance of Danaus Plexippu: A Tale of Two Continents, in 1997 North American Conference ON THE Monarch Butterfly 151-63 (J.
Egypt's most striking butterfly species -- arguably -- the Plain Tiger Danaus chrysippus is strikingly patterned in orange, black and white.
2007): Directional and stabilizing selection on wing size and shape in migrant and resident monarch butterflies, Danaus plexipus (L), in Cuba.
The Danaids were the daughters of King Danaus, who were also condemned by Zeus -- for killing their husbands -- and sentenced to fill a leaky barrel for eternity.
Widely admired for its eye-catching wings and transcontinental migrations, the monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus, depends on milkweed plants to survive.
For example: Aeschylus' Persians tells of the homecoming of Darius after his defeat by the Athenian led forces at Salamis (861-862); Suppliants relates the return of the daughters of Danaus, a descendent of Jo, to their ancestral land of Argos threatening a war between Egypt and Greece (15-16); Agamemnon depicts the effects of the Trojan War on Argos and the disastrous nostos of Agamemnon himself (810-854); in Seven Against Thebes, Polynices returns home at the head of an invading army intent on sacking his city and seizing power from his brother (39-68).
5) The first half of the poem (lines 1-8), introduced by this excuse to Cynthia, describes, successively, the portico, the statues of Danaus and his daughters, a marble image of Apollo with lyre, and a group of four cattle sculpted by Myron.
Zarethis itis, Battus polydamas y Theope virgilius (unico ejemplar de la familia Riodinidae colectado en el estudio); entre tanto Martinica registro el menor numero de especies (17), de las cuales Danaus plexippus y Heraclides thoas fueron especies unicas para la localidad.
Heliopetes, Doxocopa, Danaus, Anartia, Heraclides y Pyrisitia con dos especies.