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Monday, August 8, 2016

Species Named After Morocco

Moroccan Orange Tip butterfly

Plenty of butterfly species live in MOROCCO and are named after this North African Maghreb country. Fish, lizards, skinks, a type of tree, and a type of toad all top off the list of species named after Morocco. These species include the Moroccan Cypress tree, Moroccan Dusky Heath butterfly, Moroccan Glass Lizard, Moroccan Grayling butterfly, Moroccan (Segonzaci) Green-veined White butterfly, Moroccan Hairstreak butterfly, Moroccan Marbled White butterfly, Moroccan Meadow Brown butterfly, Moroccan Midwife Toad, Moroccan Orange Tip butterfly, Moroccan Pearly Heath butterfly, Moroccan Rock Grayling butterfly, Moroccan Rock Lizard, Moroccan Three-toed Skink, Moroccan Wall Brown butterfly, Moroccan Worm Lizard, and Morocco Dentex fish.

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