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Epistrophe Epistrophe (, "return") is the repetition of the same word or words at the end of successive phrases, clauses or sentences. It is also known as epiphora and occasionally as antistrophe. It is a figure of speech and the counterpart of anaphora. It is an extremely emphatic device because of the emphasis placed on the last word in a phrase or sentence.
Epistrophe Ceres' blessing so is on you." — Shakespeare, The Tempest (4.1.108-109; 116–17)
Epistrophe Greek Epistrophe: "a word coined by Plato as a goal of philosophical education and the term adopted by early Christians for conversion."
Epistrophe nitidicollis Epistrophe nitidicollis is a European and North American species of hoverfly.
Epistrophe grossulariae eastwards through Turkey Russia to Kamchatka.In North America from Alaska to Quebec and South to California.
Epistrophe grossulariae Flowers visited include white umbellifers, "Centaurea", "Cirsium", "Filipendula", "Geranium", "Knautia", "Rhododendron", "Rubus", "Sambucus nigra", "Succisa",
Epistrophe grossulariae Wing length 9-12·25 mm.Thorax dull greenish.Tergite 4 with entire yellow band.At least anterior femora dark at base, sometimes hind also. Frons black above lunule and at least half black-haired.Female has a bronzy-green area on upper part of frons.Yellow bands on tergites 3 and 4 straight.Tergite 5 with black band.
Epistrophe grossulariae Palaearctic and Nearctic Fennoscandia South to Spain, Italy and Yugoslavia.Ireland
Epistrophe grossulariae The flight period is end June to September.The larva feeds on aphids.
Epistrophe nitidicollis Habitat is deciduous forest, scrub and macquis.Arboreal, descending to visit flowers of white umbellifers, "Caltha", "Cistus", "Euphorbia", "Prunus", "Ranunculus", "Rubus", "Taraxacum".