Herpetogramma

Herpetogramma

Herpetogramma fluctuosalis (Lederer, 1863)

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Lepidoptera

Family:
Crambidae

Subfamily:
Spilomelinae

Genus:
Herpetogramma
Lederer, 1863[1]

Synonyms

Acharana Moore, 1885
Coremataria Amsel, 1956
Culcitaria Amsel, 1957
Macrobotys Munroe, 1950
Pachyzancla Meyrick, 1884
Pantoeocome Warren, 1896
Piloptila Swinhoe, 1894
Ptiloptila Hampson, 1899
Stenomelas Hampson, 1912
Stenomeles Warren, 1892

Herpetogramma is a genus of moths of the Crambidae family.
Species[edit]

Herpetogramma abdominalis (Zeller, 1872)
Herpetogramma acyptera (Hampson, 1899)
Herpetogramma aeglealis (Walker, 1859)
Herpetogramma agavealis (Walker, 1859)
Herpetogramma albicilia (Hampson, 1913)
Herpetogramma albipennis Inoue, 2000
Herpetogramma albivitta (Hampson, 1913)
Herpetogramma amselalis Munroe, 1995
Herpetogramma antillalis (Schaus, 1920)
Herpetogramma atrirenalis (Hampson, 1912)
Herpetogramma atropunctalis (Mabille, 1900)
Herpetogramma barbipalpalis (Hampson, 1918)
Herpetogramma basalis (Walker, 1866)
Herpetogramma bermudalis (Dyar, 1915)
Herpetogramma bipunctalis (Fabricius, 1794)
Herpetogramma brunnealis (Hampson, 1913)
Herpetogramma centrostrigalis (Stephens, 1934)
Herpetogramma cervinicosta (Hampson, 1918)
Herpetogramma circumflexalis Guenée, 1854
Herpetogramma cleoropa (Meyrick, 1934)
Herpetogramma continualis J. C. Shaffer & Munroe, 2007
Herpetogramma coptobasalis (Hampson, 1899)
Herpetogramma cora (Dyar, 1914)
Herpetogramma couteneyi Guillermet, 2008
Herpetogramma cynaralis (Walker, 1859)
Herpetogramma debressyi Guillermet, 2008
Herpetogramma decora (Dyar, 1914)
Herpetogramma desmioides (Hampson, 1899)
Herpetogramma dilatatipes (Walker, 1866)
Herpetogramma elongalis (Warren, 1892)
Herpetogramma emphatica (Dyar, 1926)
Herpetogramma exculta (T. P. Lucas, 1892)
Herpetogramma fascinalis (Amsel, 1950)
Herpetogramma fimbrialis (Dognin, 1904)
Herpetogramma fluctuosalis (Lederer, 1863)
Herpetogramma fuscescens (Warren, 1892)
Herpetogramma gnamptoceralis (Hampson, 1917)
Herpetogramma grisealis (Snellen, 1875)
Herpetogramma griseolineata (Mabille, 1900)
Herpetogramma hipponalis (Walker, 1859)
Herpetogramma hirsuta (Dognin, 1903)
Herpetogramma holochrysis (Hampson, 1913)
Herpetogramma holophaea (Hampson, 1899)
Herpetogramma hoozana (Strand, 1918)
Herpetogramma infuscalis (Guenée, 1854)
Herpetogramma innotalis (Hampson, 1899)
Herpetogramma juba J. C. Shaffer &am
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USS Callao (IX-205)

For other ships going by the same name, see USS Callao.

Externsteine after being captured by USCGC Eastwind

History

Nazi Germany

Name:
Externsteine

Namesake:
The Externsteine rock formation

Owner:
Kriegsmarine

Builder:
P. Smit Jr., Rotterdam, Netherlands

Yard number:
570

Laid down:
1943

Launched:
1944

Commissioned:
1944

Identification:
WBS 11

Captured:
16 October 1944

Fate:
Captured by United States Coast Guard

United States

Name:
USCGC East Breeze

Owner:
United States Coast Guard

Commissioned:
16 October 1944

Decommissioned:
December 1944

Fate:
Transferred to United States Navy

United States

Name:
USS Callao

Namesake:
Callao, Peru

Owner:
United States Navy

Commissioned:
24 January 1945

Decommissioned:
10 May 1950

Identification:
IX-205

Fate:
Sold for scrapping, broken up in 1951

General characteristics

Displacement:
1,015 tons

Length:
183 ft (55.78 m)

Beam:
30 ft 10 in (9.40 m)

Draught:
13 ft 11 in (4.24 m)

Installed power:
Triple expansion steam engine with exhaust turbine, 750 shp

Propulsion:
Screw propeller

Speed:
10 knots (19 km/h)

Complement:

30 (Externsteine)
78 (Callao)

Armament:
2-cm automatic cannon[1]

USS Callao (IX-205), an unclassified miscellaneous vessel, was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named for Callao, a seaport in Peru. She was built for the Kriegsmarine as the weather ship and icebreaker Externsteine. The ship was captured on 16 October 1944 by USCGC Eastwind and was temporarily commissioned into the United States Coast Guard as USCGC East Breeze before being turned over to the United States Navy and commissioned as USS Callao in January 1945. The ship was sold out of service in 1950, and broken up the following year.

Contents

1 Description
2 History
3 Notes
4 References
5 Sources

Description[edit]
The ship was 183 feet (55.78 m) long, with a beam of 30 feet 10 inches (9.40 m) and a draught of 13 feet 11 inches (4.24 m). She had a displacement of 1,015 tons. She was powered by a 750 shp triple expansion steam engine with an exhaust turbine driving a single screw propeller, which could propel her at 10 knots (19 km/h).[2][3]
History[edit]
The ship was built in 1943–44 as yard number 570 by P. Smit, Jr. Shipyard, Rotterdam, South Holland, Netherlands. Originally intended to be the trawler Mannheim for the Nordsee Deutsche Hochseefischerei,
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Charles Lucas (cricketer, born 1853)

Charles James Lucas (25 February 1853 – 17 April 1928) was an English cricketer active from 1876 to 1882 who played for Middlesex and Sussex. He was born in Clapham Common and died in Pimlico. He appeared in twelve first-class matches as a righthanded batsman who bowled roundarm right arm fast. He scored 237 runs with a highest score of 38 and took seven wickets with a best performance of three for 17.[1]
Notes[edit]

^ Charles Lucas at CricketArchive

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Horana Divisional Secretariat

Horana Divisional Secretariat

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Country
 Sri Lanka

Province
Western Province

District
Kalutara District

Time zone
Sri Lanka Standard Time (UTC+5:30)

Horana Divisional Secretariat is a Divisional Secretariat of Kalutara District, of Western Province, Sri Lanka.
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