Definition of Fabricius:
Usage examples of Fabricius:
" This," said he, touching the volume, " is the 'Whole Art and Mystery of Physic, ' by one Fabricius, of Aquapendente; and if we don't find a cure for the case down here, take my word for it, it's among the morba ignota, as Paracelsus says."- "The Fortunes Of Glencore", Charles James Lever.
The form which is one of our most abundant butterflies in southern New England and many of the Eastern states was described as Satyrus alope by the French naturalist Fabricius, who also described another species from the Southern states as Satyrus pegala, and a form found in northern Canada was described by the English entomologist Kirby as Satyrus nephele.- "Butterflies Worth Knowing", Clarence M. Weed.
- "Seven Legends", Gottfried Keller.