Butterfly in Different Languages: Butterfly is the adult stage of flying insecticides belonging to a Lepidoptera group. This group also includes Moths. The word’ Lepidoptera’ in Greek means’ scaly wings.’ This name fits the insects in this category well, as their wings are lined in rows of tens of thousands of small scales. The scales, set in vivid patterns differently for every insect, make the butterfly look beautiful.
How to Say Butterfly in 88 Different Languages
|Different Languages||Word Butterfly|
|Chinese Simplified||蝴蝶 (húdié)|
|Chinese Traditional||蝴蝶 (húdié)|
In contrast to moths, during the day butterflies are active and often brightly coloured or strikingly modelled.
The club-type antennas and habit of pulling the wings downward when at rest are perhaps the most distinctive physical features of butterflies.
The cycle of life in the lepidopteran comprises four phases: embryo, larva, chrysalis, and in the adult (imago). Most butterflies feed on very special plants on larvae and adult’s stage.
They taste with feet and have a mouth suction tube. They have 6,000 lens eyes that can see ultraviolet light. They drink mud-puddles and become flying adults from caterpillars.
Those amazing dragons are butterflies! As with moths, the wings, bodies, and legs are covered with dusty scales, which come from just the handling of the animal.
The wing’s main structure is composed of thin chitin layers a material often containing the body’s outer “cover.” You can see these textures very finely.
They have thousands of little changed hairs called light-reflecting scales, producing the incredible colours and patterns that we can see. Moth and butterfly wings are very sensitive and can shred or break with minimal contact quickly.
The butterfly colour can be used to protect them. The wide spots over an owl butterfly are like a larger animal’s eyes an attacker will think before attacking twice. Butterflies are found in every habitat except Antarctica.
Butterflies are effective pollinators. Butterflies help move pollen from one plant to another along with bees, insects, beats and a few small mammals.
Pollen grains stick to them when they move from flower to flower, sipping nectar. Such cereals are mounted on another flower and the fertilisation cycle continues. Butterflies add more beauty and colour to our environment.