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Euthrix is not Latin, but Greek.
eu = 'well'
thrix = 'hairy'
The adult is 'well-hairy' as todays kids would say.
potatoria is Latin = 'of drinking', so 'the Drinker'.
As always, best to talk of scientific names, rather than Latin names, as most (?) are Greek in origin.
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I never knew that is it Greek and Latin words with Invertebrates as I know it's Latin for plant ID all the time or is it? I find it very interesting when you break it down to what the word means as it makes sense why it has that name. I will remember to say scientific in future but it is an interesting learing curve
Certainly not Latin for all plants, no. Take something like a Milkwort, Polygala...
poly = much
gala = milk
Or take a Woundwort, Stachys...
stachys = an ear of corn
Frequently, the Greek is Latinised, but Greek is often at the root of the names.
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