Danaus chrysippus, also known as the plain tiger, African queen, or African monarch, is a medium-sized butterfly widespread in Asia, Australia and Africa. It belongs to the Danainae subfamily of the brush-footed butterfly family Nymphalidae.
In 1780, Jan Krzysztof Kluk used the monarch as the type species for a new genus, Danaus. Danaus (Ancient Greek Δαναός), a great-grandson of Zeus, was a mythical king in Egypt or Libya, who founded Argos; Plexippus (Πλήξιππος) was one of the 50 sons of Aegyptus, the twin brother of Danaus.
9. Cutworms and Related Caterpillars: Genus Xestia and Others. Cutworms are the caterpillars of a group of moths in the family Noctuidae, a very large group encompassing many species. Cutworm species are often in the genus Xestia but may be in many other genera. Either way, the caterpillars and the moths all look very much alike.
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