Timandra convectaria is a species of moth of the family Geometridae first described by Francis Walker in 1861. It is found in Taiwan and China.
The larvae feed on Polygonum perfoliatum .
In Greek mythology, Echemus was the king of Arcadia who succeeded Lycurgus.
In Greek mythology, Mégês Phyleïdês was the commander of Epeans and/or Dulichians during the Trojan War.
In Greek mythology, Leda was an Aetolian princess who became a Spartan queen. Her myth gave rise to the popular motif in Renaissance and later art of Leda and the Swan.
The geometer moths are moths belonging to the family Geometridae of the insect order Lepidoptera, the moths and butterflies. Their scientific name derives from the Ancient Greek geo γεω, and metron μέτρον "measure" in reference to the way their larvae, or "inchworms", appear to "measure the earth" as they move along in a looping fashion. A very large family, it has around 23,000 species of moths described, and over 1400 species from six subfamilies indigenous to North America alone. A well-known member is the peppered moth, Biston betularia, which has been subject of numerous studies in population genetics. Several other geometer moths are notorious pests.
The blood-vein is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species was first described by Anton Schmidt in 1931.
Timandra may refer to:
Reginhild is a minor planet orbiting the Sun that was discovered by German astronomer Max Wolf on September 19, 1905. The name may have been inspired by the asteroid's provisional designation 1905 RD.
Timandra is a minor planet orbiting the Sun that was discovered by American astronomer Joel Hastings Metcalf on February 16, 1906, in Taunton, Massachusetts.
In Greek mythology, Timandra was a Spartan princess and later on, queen of Arcadia.
Timandra is a genus of moths in the family Geometridae first described by Philogène Auguste Joseph Duponchel in 1829.
Court Martial was a Thoroughbred racehorse bred and raced by Lord Astor best known for defeating two exceptional colts in Dante and Royal Charger for the Classic 2000 Guineas Stakes and as a two-time leading sire in Great Britain and Ireland.
Borussia was a 948 GRT coaster that was built in 1912 by Nüscke & Co, Stettin for German owners. She was renamed Timandra in 1939. She was seized by the Allies at Rendsburg in May 1945, passed to the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT) and renamed Empire Confal. In 1947, she was sold into merchant service and renamed Woodwren. She was renamed Artemis in 1953 and hulked. The hulk was scrapped in 1960.
Timandra amaturaria, the cross-lined wave moth or cobra inchworm, is a species of moth of the family Geometridae. The species was first described by Francis Walker in 1866. It is found in the US from Massachusetts to Florida, west to Texas and north to Wisconsin.
Timandra extremaria is a species of moth of the family Geometridae first described by Francis Walker in 1861. It is found in Taiwan.
Timandrini is a tribe of geometer moths, with about 45 species in four genera. It was described by Stephens in 1850.
Timandra was launched in 1814. She started trading with India and made one voyage for the British East India Company (EIC) before she was lost off the Lofoten Islands in 1822.
Timandra was launched in 1822. She sailed to India and South East Asia under a license from the British East India Company (EIC) before she disappeared in 1829.
A number of ships have been named Timandra for the mythological Timandra:
Timandra comptaria is a moth of the family Geometridae first described by Francis Walker in 1862. It is found in Sri Lanka, Japan and Taiwan.
Timandra Harkness is a British writer, presenter and comedian.
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