Definition of Callimorpha jacobeae

1. Noun. Large red-and-black European moth; larvae feed on leaves of ragwort; introduced into United States to control ragwort.

Exact synonyms: Cinnabar, Cinnabar Moth
Generic synonyms: Arctiid, Arctiid Moth
Group relationships: Callimorpha, Genus Callimorpha



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Callimorpha Jacobeae

Caligulan
Caliphate State
Calippic
Calixtus III
Calkins' sign
Call-Exner bodies
Calla
Calla palustris
Callaghan
Callahan's method
Callander's amputation
Callas
Callicebus
Callie
Callimorpha
Callimorpha jacobeae
Callinectes
Callinectes sapidus
Callinus
Callionymidae
Calliope
Calliopean
Calliophis
Calliphora
Calliphora vicina
Calliphoridae
Callippic
Callirhoe
Callirhoe digitata
Callirhoe involucrata

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