I don't know what Nimfo in your language means.
Please note that the current set of interwiki links CANNOT be correct.
The French word "Nymphe" is mostly equivalent to the English word "Pupa" The English word "Nymph" is mostly equivalent to the French word "Larve"
The French use the word "Larve" for ANY juvenile stage - hemimetabole or holometabole regardless
Also note that the image "Cetoine_global.jpg" (showing the pupa of a beetle) currently in use on many wikis is a "Nymphe" in the French sense of the word only, NOT in the English sense. In English it would be a good image for the article on "Pupa"
Please decide if your article on Nymfe should link to the English "Nymph" OR to the French "Nymphe" and restore the interwiki accordingly
- Ninfa hitzak biologian dituen bi adieretatik, lehenengoa (metamorfosi ez-osoa duten artropodoen gazte-forma) bakarrik utzi dut. Hori da Euskaltermek dakarren bakarra.--Xirkan (eztabaida) 08:35, 14 urria 2012 (UTC)
Update (2010-10-14):[aldatu iturburu kodea]
Three versions of usage are identified (up to now):
- "English" ALL juvenile stages between egg and imago in HEMImetabolous insects
- "Italian" Intermediate stage (last stage only) between "larva" and imago in HEMImetabolous insects. Equivalent of last "nymph" stage ONLY in "English" version)
- "French" : Intermediate stage (1) between larva and imago in some HOLOmetabolous insects
I will try to compile a list of good interwikis for the various conotations on the English Talk Page, please feel free to add/discuss your views there.
You may want to add remarks to the various conotations in different laguagues to your article at some point in the future (but maybe wait for the discussion/list to crystalize?).