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  • noun cyprid

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Examples

  • He's used four species, two of which I recognised: the morpho cypris (a bright, shiny blue one from South America) and the African giant blue (second largest in Africa).

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  • But what knocked me out was seeing the morpho cypris in purple: if you got one that colour in real life, it would have a hard time, since butterflies recognise their mates by the colour of their wings.

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  • Male cypris metamorphosis and a new male larval form, the trichogon, in the parasitic barnacle Sacculina carcini Crustacea: Cirripida: Rhizocephala.

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  • Male cypris metamorphosis and a new male larval form, the trichogon, in the parasitic barnacle Sacculina carcini Crustacea: Cirripida: Rhizocephala.

    Parasite Rex

  • Male cypris settlement in Clistrosaccus paguri Lilljeborg Crustacea: Cirripedia: Rhizocephala.

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  • Male cypris settlement in Clistrosaccus paguri Lilljeborg Crustacea: Cirripedia: Rhizocephala.

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  • Male cypris settlement in Clistrosaccus paguri Lilljeborg Crustacea: Cirripedia: Rhizocephala.

    Parasite Rex

  • Male cypris metamorphosis and a new male larval form, the trichogon, in the parasitic barnacle Sacculina carcini Crustacea: Cirripida: Rhizocephala.

    Parasite Rex

  • "That would be Morpho cypris, " Madame Goody chimed in cheerfully.

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  • The cypris has one naupliar eye, and two compound eyes that it uses to navigate around the ocean.

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