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ringlet

any of numerous butterflies of the genus Erebia, most of which occur in S Europe and have dark brown wings marked with small black-and-white eyespots: family Satyridae
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In third place was the Ringlet following a doubling in the number of sightings.
Even more whimsical than a golden crown of butterflies was the summertime evolution of the tiara: a ringlet of artificial flowers.
The smallest particles were in ringlets nearest the very edge, and the larger particles were isolated in ringlets nearer the center.
The subtle lesson was taught while trying to determine if a bird was a ringlet or Bell's vireo by the curvature of the bird's bill.
She was Heidi grown up: effervescent blue eyes, rosy cheeks, golden ringlets framing a still cherubic face.
A ringlet around Peace's ankle shows that he is 24 years and 188 days.
They had to call in extra security guards to make sure not a single ringlet was ruined from the hair on her head.
Amongst the browns, meadow brown (the most recorded species), ringlet and marbled white showed spectacular increases.
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Showalter says the matching orbits indicate that the ringlet formed when micrometeoroids bombarded Pan, chipping off small bits of it.
An auspicious arch, designed and installed by local chainsaw artist Steve Iredale and crowned by two ringlet butterflies, now marks the entrance to Woodhill Meadow.