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 Translation for 'Pallas' from English to Russian
SYNO Athena | Athene | Pallas | ...
миф.
Паллант {м}
Pallas
энтом.T
пеструшка {ж} темнокрылая [Neptis sappho, syn.: Neptis aceris]
Pallas' sailer [butterfly]
зоол.T
палласова пищуха {ж} [Ochotona pallasi]
Pallas's pika
зоол.T
монгольская пищуха {ж} [Ochotona pallasi]
Pallas's pika
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Usage Examples English
  • Krasnojarsk was the first pallasite ever found and studied first time as meteorite in 1794 by Ernst Chladni, and led to the creation of the Pallasite group, named after Pallas.
  • "Erysimum redowskii", synonym "Erysimum pallasii", known as Pallas' wallflower, is a low shrub or mid shrub species from the Arctic. It has purple flowers that do not reflect UV.
  • Peter Pallas was a famous naturalist who took part in the discovery and the study of the first pallasite, a type of stony-iron meteorite named after him.
  • This plant is named after botanist and zoologist Peter Simon Pallas and was published by Stevens as "Corispermum pallasii" in Mém. Soc. Imp. Naturalistes Moscou. 5: 336. 1817.
  • "Euphaedra pallas" is a butterfly in the family Nymphalidae. It is found in Guinea.

  • In 1772, Pallas was shown a 680-kg lump of metal that had been found near Krasnoyarsk.
  • Pallas's reed bunting ("Emberiza pallasi"), also known as Pallas's bunting, is a passerine bird in the bunting family Emberizidae, a group now separated by most modern authors from the finches, Fringillidae.
  • Jurado published his classic work "Las coyas y pallas del Tahuantinsuyo".
  • The brown dipper was described by the Dutch zoologist Coenraad Jacob Temminck in 1820 and given the binomial name "Cinclus pallasii".
  • fluviatilis pallasi", but is now considered a full species in its own right.

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