Inchworm on Wikipedia Geometer moth
and metron μέτρον "measure" in reference to the way their larvae, or
, appear to measure the earth as they move along in a looping fashion.
in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. An
is the caterpillar of a Geometer moth.
may also refer to: "
motor is a device that uses piezoelectric actuators to move a shaft with nanometer precision. In its simplest form, the
", also known as "The Inch Worm", is a song originally performed by Danny Kaye in the 1952 film Hans Christian Andersen. It was written by Frank
was a ride-on toy for children produced by the Hasbro Corporation, first introduced in the early 1970s.
was designed by Joseph M
happy to see that the little
has saved the two bear cubs and the rock is named in the
’s honor. The “
Rock” version of the meaning
depending on their mechanism. Examples of types piezoelectric motors include
motors, stepper and slip-stick motors as well as ultrasonic motors which
two sets of legs, hence the "
came in five colors: Green, Red, Indigo, Black, and Plum. The
also debuted in Fall 2008 along
The treble-bar or St. John's wort
(Aplocera plagiata) is a moth of the family Geometridae. the species was first described by Carl Linnaeus in
Macaria bisignata, the redheaded
, is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found from Newfoundland to Georgia, west to Arizona, north to Ontario