See also insects.Lepidoptera an order of insects comprising the butterflies, moths, and skippers, that as adults have four membranous wings more or less covered with scales. —lepidopterous, lepidopteral, adj. lepidopterology a branch of zoology that studies butterflies and moths. —lepidopterist, n.
A little girl experiences butterflies before her performance.
- Nectar feeding insects called Monarchs are an example of butterflies.
- The nervous feeling that a child gets before her first dance recital is an example of butterflies.
The definition of butterflies are nectar-feeding, flying insects with wings, or the term butterflies also refers to a feeling of nerves, which might cause a fluttering in your stomach.
- plural form of butterfly
- We chase butterflies, and sometimes catch one.
- There are thousands of varieties of butterflies and other insects.
- Butterflies and moths are remarkable for their number, size, variety and beauty.
- But there are also a number of tropical species, notably among butterflies and beetles.
- Mosquitoes, termites, bees, ants, centipedes, millipedes, locusts, grasshoppers, butterflies, dragonflies, sandflies and spiders' are found in immense numbers.