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  • Abraxas: For other uses, see Abraxas (disambiguation). Abraxas (Gk. ΑΒΡΑΞΑΣ, variant form Abrasax, ΑΒΡΑΣΑΞ) was a word of mystic meaning in the system of the Gnostic
  • Abraxas sylvata: thickets, and sometimes parks on various deciduous trees. Abraxas sylvata sylvata Abraxas sylvata microtate Wehrli, 1931 (Japan) Larva
  • Abraxas grossulariata: forms. Research using Abraxas grossulariata led to the discovery of sex-linked characters. Abraxas grossulariata grossulariata Abraxas grossulariata karafutonis
  • Abraxas (disambiguation): Abraxas is a deity in the Gnostic faith. Abraxas, or the variant form Abrasax, may also refer to: In music: Abraxas (album), a 1970 musical album by Santana
  • Abraxas (computer virus): Abraxas, also known as Abraxas5, discovered in April 1993, is an encrypted, overwriting, file infecting computer virus which infects .COM and .EXE files
  • Abraxas miranda: from Japan. The wingspan is 18–26 mm. Abraxas miranda miranda Abraxas miranda aesia Prout, 1925 "Abraxas Leach, [1815]". Markku Savela's Lepidoptera
  • Abraxas flavimacula: Abraxas flavimacula is a species of moth belonging to the family Geometridae. It was described by Warren in 1896. It is known from Australia. "Abraxas
  • Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe: Meanwhile, Abraxas corners Secundus so other Finders can lock onto their location and transport Secundus to the prison planet Tyrannus 7. Abraxas is ordered
  • Abraxas subhyalinata: Abraxas subhyalinata is a species of moth belonging to the family Geometridae. It was described by Röber in 1891. It is known from Flores and Borneo.
  • Abraxas (moth): species: Abraxas adilluminata Inoue, 1984 Abraxas albiplaga (Warren, 1894) Abraxas albiquadrata (Warren, 1897) Abraxas antinebulosa Inoue, 1984 Abraxas breueri

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