如何翻译 «妙蛙种子 - The wonderful frog seed»

翻译

The wonderful frog seed

蛙羽蛛

蛙羽蛛 (学名: Oxyptila raniceps )为蟹蛛科羽蛛属的动物。在中国大陆,分布于青海、甘肃等地。该物种的模式产地在青海、甘肃。

妙通寺

妙通寺 位於台灣高雄市六龜區寶來里。是釋廣欽派遣弟子於1981年至六龜設立之承天禪寺分院,為台灣南部地區知名的佛教聖地。

妙覺精舍

妙覺精舍 位於台灣台北市雙園街,為主祀釋迦牟尼之佛教廟宇。該建物興建於1965年,今為位於台北萬華區之仿古廟宇建築。另外,該廟宇的組織型態為管理人制,祭典日期則是每年農曆之四月初八。

妙峰山弥陀造像

妙峰山弥陀造像 ,位于中国福建省南安市仑苍镇蔡西村,为一个省级文物保护单位,类型为石刻及造像,为第六批福建省文物保护单位,公布时间为2005年5月11日。 美好的山峰阿弥陀佛像的历史时期的宋。

种获乡

种获乡 ,是中华人民共和国贵州省黔南布依族苗族自治州长顺县一个已撤销的乡级行政区,2014年2月14日,贵州省人民政府批复同意长顺县部分乡镇行政区划调整,撤销种获乡,将其所辖行政区域划归长寨街道。

蛙疱疹病毒1型

蛙疱疹病毒1型 (學名: Ranid herpesvirus 1, RaHV-1, LTHV)是異皰疹病毒科蛙皰疹病毒屬的一種病毒,可感染豹蛙,造成其腎臟的 腺癌 Lucké腫瘤 (Lucké tumor)。此病毒最早於1934年由美國賓州大學的病理學家鮑德溫 路克(Baldwin Lucké)發現,由於此病毒尚未成功於體外培養,其傳播、感染與增殖機制尚不明朗。

蛙疱疹病毒属

蛙疱疹病毒属 (學名: Batrachovirus )是皰疹病毒目異皰疹病毒科的一個屬,以蛙類為宿主,共包含三種病毒,其中為模式種為蛙疱疹病毒1型( Ranid herpesvirus 1, RaHV-1),可在蛙類的腎臟造成 腺癌 ,即Lucké肿瘤(Lucké tumor)。

妙心寺站

妙心寺站 (日语: 妙心寺駅 / みょうしんじえき Myōshinji eki * /? )位於京都府京都市右京區花園天授岡町,是京福電氣鐵道北野線的鐵路車站。車站編號為 B6 。

种子盒子

种子盒子 (英語: seedbox )是用于从對等網路上傳和下载電腦檔案的高带宽远程服务器。其带宽通常介于100 Mbit/s至20 Gbit/s。种子盒子获取文件后,有访问权限的人可以将文件下载到他们的个人电脑。

种马

种马 是指用于给母马配种的基因优秀的公马,也可以指: 特别有魅力、或性能力超常的男性,比如「种马小说」、「种马文」. 种马泉 加利福尼亚州. (Stallion Springs, California)

Cryptophasa themerodes

Cryptophasa themerodes is a moth in the family Xyloryctidae. It was described by Turner in 1904. It is found in Australia, where it has been recorded from Queensland. The wingspan is about 35 mm. The forewings are whitish, intimately mixed with grey, and with some dark fuscous scales. The discal dots are scantily represented by dark fuscous scales, the first at one-third, the second beyond the middle and the third on the fold obliquely beyond the first. There are several dark fuscous dots near the termen. The hindwings are whitish, towards the termen suffused with pale fuscous.

Compsodrillia thestia

The length of the shell attains 14 mm, its diameter 5 mm. Original description The slender, acute shell is strongly sculptured, with pale brownish clouding on a yellowish white ground. The protoconch is smooth, inflated, and consists of 1½ whorl, followed by about eight sculptured whorls. The suture is distinct, undulated, strongly appressed, thick-edged, with a strong cord immediately behind the strongly constricted smooth anal fasciole. Other spiral sculpture consists of on the spire one or two strong peripheral cords, swollen and almost angulated where they override the ribs. On the body whorl there are six or seven cords with much wider interspaces and as many more smaller close-set threads on the siphonal canal. The axial sculpture consists of seven or eight very prominent short ribs on the penultimate whorl; fading out on the body whorl, and rather prominent widely spaced incremental lines most conspicuous on the body whorl. The aperture is subovate. The anal sulcus is conspicuous, rounded, with a marked subsutural callus. The outer lip is thin, moderately arcuate, not varicose. The inner lip shows a coat of enamel with the anterior edge raised. The columella is short, straight. The siphonal canal is hardly differentiated from the aperture.

Thespieus

Thespieus opigena Hewitson, 1866 Thespieus argentina Draudt, 1923 Thespieus vividus Mabille, 1891 Thespieus xarina Hayward, 1948 Thespieus abatira J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus castor Hayward, 1948 Thespieus catochra Plotz, 1882 Thespieus abauna J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus matucanae Lindsey, 1925 Thespieus dalman Latreille, Thespieus thona Evans, 1955 Thespieus macareus Herrich-Schaffer, 1869 Thespieus aspernatus Draudt, 1923 Thespieus tihoneta Weeks, 1901 Thespieus xarippe Butler, 1870 Thespieus zikani Mielke, 1971 Thespieus pinda Evans, 1955 Thespieus peruviae Lindsey, 1925 Thespieus tapayuna J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus othna Butler, 1870 Thespieus caraca Evans, 1955

Themara

Themara is a genus of tephritid or fruit flies in the family Tephritidae. Many species have the head elongated sideways with the eyes placed on the extensions. Their biology is largely unknown but are thought to breed on rotting wooden logs or tree trunks. There are about 10 species distributed in South and Southeast Asia and include: T. maculipennis T. lunifera T. jacobsoni T. hirsuta T. andamanensis T. hirtipes T. extraria T. nigrifacies T. yunnana T. ampla

Large frog

Large frog may refer to: Large odorous frog Odorrana graminea, a frog in the family Ranidae found in southern China from southern Anhui and northern Zhejiang west to extreme southern Gansu, southeastern Sichuan, and southern Yunnan to the border of Vietnam, Laos and Myanmar Large swamp frog Limnonectes magnus, a frog in the family Dicroglossidae endemic to the Philippines Large wrinkled frog Nyctibatrachus major, a frog in the family Nyctibatrachidae endemic to Malabar and Wynaad, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu, India Large tree frog Rhacophorus dennysi, a frog in the family Rhacophoridae found in China, Laos, Burma, and Vietnam Large pygmy frog Microhyla berdmorei, a frog in the family Microhylidae found in eastern India, Bangladesh, southernmost China Yunnan, Mainland Southeast Asia as well as Borneo and Sumatra

Rough-skinned frog

Rough-skinned frog may refer to: Rough-skinned floating frog Occidozyga lima, a frog in the family Dicroglossidae found in Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and possibly Nepal Tientai rough-skinned frog Glandirana tientaiensis, a frog in the family Ranidae endemic to eastern China, found the Zhejiang and Anhui provinces Rough-skinned bush frog Raorchestes glandulosus, a frog in the family Rhacophoridae endemic to the Western Ghats, India

Digging frog

Digging frog may refer to: Sichuan digging frog Kaloula rugifera, a frog in the family Microhylidae endemic to China, where it is found in Sichuan and extreme southern Gansu Verrucous digging frog Kaloula verrucosa, a frog in the family Microhylidae known only from the Yunnan–Guizhou Plateau of southwestern China in Sichuan, Yunnan, and Guizhou provinces, but expected to occur in adjacent Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam Boreal digging frog Kaloula borealis, a frog in the family Microhylidae found in Northeast Asia

Rain frog

Rain frog may refer to one of the following: Eleutherodactylidae, a family of frogs in the Americas Eleutherodactylus in Neotropics Black rain frog Breviceps fuscus in Africa Breviceps in Africa Brevicipitidae Scaphiophryne in Madagascar Craugastor in Neotropics Austrochaperina pluvialis in Australia Leptodactylus in Neotropics Pristimantis in Neotropics related to Eleutherodactylus

Mottled frog

Mottled frog may refer to: Oriente mottled frog Eleutherodactylus simulans, a species of frog in the family Leptodactylidae endemic to Cuba Mottled shovelnose frog Hemisus marmoratus, a frog in the family Hemisotidae found in Africa Adlers mottled tree frog Plectrohyla thorectes, a frog in the family Hylidae endemic to Mexico Mottled leaf frog Phasmahyla exilis, a frog in the family Hylidae endemic to Brazil Mottled tree frog Philautus poecilius, a frog in the family Rhacophoridae endemic to the Philippines

Theseis

Theseis was a third-person action-adventure video game developed by Greek indie development team Track7 Games. Development began in 2004, and the game was planned for release on the Xbox 360 and PC in early 2008. The game would be set in modern-day Athens and star a duo of paranormal investigators caught between mundane and supernatural worlds. The game would have featured a cast of characters from Greek mythology, while the plot would have players follow clues in search of a long-lost ancient artifact that could spell disaster for the entire human race. Despite garnering a lot of interest by both local and international media, Theseis languished in development hell for almost half a decade, before being unceremoniously cancelled in August 2009 due to a shortage in funds.