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Great holmertz 2022-08-14 5:58

Hello Malgo,
I thought most crabs were generally much darker brown, so this one looks like it was already boiled... ;-) But they are almost as fascinating as butterflies and caterpillars, so maybe you will start a new trend. I could have taken a lot of photos of cockroaches in Asian hotels if TrekEarth had existed in those days...
The Latin expression seems to be usually "ignotum per ignotius". Only on Polish Wikipedia I find a reference to your expression. Is that some kind of "Latin, Polish style"? ;-)
Kind regards,
Gert

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Old 08-14-2022, 01:17 PM
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Hi Gert,
Thanks you for your critique. Indeed, in Polish Wikipedia or printed Encyclopaedias is Ignotum per ignotum - unknown by unknown. It is what I learned. In English Wikipedia: Ignotum per ignotius or Ignotum per que ignotum (the unknown by the more unknown).

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