Adrian Hardy

Adrian Paul Hardy (born August 16, 1970) is a former American football defensive back who played three seasons in the National Football League (NFL) with the San Francisco 49ers and Cincinnati Bengals. He was drafted by the 49ers in the second round of the 1993 NFL Draft. Hardy played college football at Northwestern State University and attended Redeemer-Seton High School in New Orleans Louisiana. He was a member of the San Francisco 49ers team that won Super Bowl XXIX.[1]

Adrian Hardy
No. 45, 41
Position:Defensive back
Personal information
Born:August 16, 1970 (age 48)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Height:5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight:194 lb (88 kg)
Career information
High school:New Orleans (LA) Redeemer
College:NW State (LA)
NFL Draft:1993 / Round: 2 / Pick: 48
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

References

  1. ^ "ADRIAN HARDY". profootballarchives.com. Archived from the original on 2015-02-08. Retrieved 19 August 2014.

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Adrian Hardy Haworth

Adrian Hardy Haworth (19 April 1767, Hull – 24 August 1833, Chelsea) was an English entomologist, botanist and carcinologist.

Aethes margaritana

Aethes margaritana, the silver coast conch, is a moth of the family Tortricidae. It was described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1811. It is found in most of Europe. The habitat consists of downland, waste ground and shingle beaches.The wingspan is 12–16 millimetres (0.47–0.63 in). Adults have a silky-white ground colour with yellow-ochreous transverse markings. They are on wing from May to June and again from July to August in two generations per year.The larvae feed on Chrysanthemum, Tanacetum, Achillea, Matricaria and Chamomilla species. They live in the flowers and seeds of their host plant. The species overwinters and pupates in the larval habitation during spring.

Ancylis diminutana

Ancylis diminutana, the small festooned roller, is a moth of the family Tortricidae. It was described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1811. In Europe, it has been recorded from Great Britain, the Benelux, Scandinavia, the Baltic region, Russia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia and Switzerland. It is also found in North America.The wingspan is 13–15 mm. Adults are on wing from May to August.

The larvae feed on Salix species, including Salix repens. They spin a leaf of their host plant, forming an enclosed pod or cone from inside which it feeds. Full-grown larvae spin a cocoon amongst the leaf litter in which it overwinters. Pupation takes place within this cocoon.

Apamea oblonga

Apamea oblonga, the crescent striped, is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in North and CentralEurope, east to southern Russia, Asia Minor, Armenia, Turkestan, Turkey, Iran, southern Siberia, northern Pakistan, Mongolia, China (Xinjiang, Heilongjiang, Ningxia), Sakhalin and Japan

Aporophyla nigra

The Black Rustic (Aporophyla nigra) is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found from North Africa, through southern and central Europe to Anatolia, in the north it is found up to Scotland and southern Norway. It is also found in the Caucasus, in Israel and Lebanon.

Archanara geminipuncta

The twin-spotted wainscot (Archanara geminipuncta) is a moth of the family Noctuidae which is found in Europe and south-west Asia. The wingspan is 27–32 mm and the moth flies from June to October depending on location.The larvae feed on Phragmites species.

Cochylidia subroseana

Cochylidia subroseana, the dingy roseate conch, is a moth of the family Tortricidae. It was described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1811. It is found from most of Europe (except Ireland, the Benelux, Denmark, the Iberian Peninsula, Croatia and Ukraine) to China (Anhui, Hebei, Heilongjiang, Henan, Hunan, Jilin, Shanxi, Tianjin), Russia, Korea and Japan. It has also been recorded from North America.The wingspan is 11–16 millimetres (0.43–0.63 in). Adults have been recorded on wing in June to August.The larvae feed on Solidago species. They feed on the flowers of their host plant. The species overwinters in a cocoon.

Cochylis nana

Cochylis nana is a moth of the family Tortricidae. It was described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1811. It is found in Europe, Amur Oblast of Russia and Nova Scotia in Canada.

The wingspan is 9–12 millimetres (0.35–0.47 in). The moth flies from mid-April to mid-June.

The larvae feed on birch species.

Denticucullus pygmina

Denticucullus pygmina, the small wainscot, is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in most of Europe, ranging from northern Spain, through Portugal as far north as Finland. In the east it is found across the Palearctic to the Russian Far East and western Siberia. It is also found in North Africa, Turkey, the Caucasus region and northern Iran.

Ennomos fuscantaria

Ennomos fuscantaria, the dusky thorn, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species can be found in the western part of the Palearctic ecozone in western Europe and from central Scandinavia its range extends to the northern Mediterranean and east to Russia.

The wingspan is 35–40 mm. The ground colour is ochre yellow. There are violet-grey flecks on the forewing and an oblong discal spot. The fasciae (bands) are grey brown. On the hindwing the grey brown tranverse line hides a small discal spot.

Other Ennomos species are similar.

The moth is on wing from July to October depending on the location.

The caterpillars feed on Fraxinus excelsior, but also Ligustrum and other shrubs.

Euchromius ocellea

Euchromius ocellea, the necklace veneer, is a moth of the family Crambidae described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1811. It is a widespread species, found in tropical and subtropical regions, but migrates to Europe.

The wingspan is 16–27 mm. The ground colour of the forewings is creamy white, densely suffused with ochreous to dark brown scales. The posterior area sometimes has a yellowish spot. The hindwings are creamy white to grey brown. In southern Africa, adults are on wing from October to April. In eastern Africa there seem to be two flight periods with adults on wing from November to February and again from June to July. In western Africa the flight period ranges from November to March.The larvae feed on maize (Zea mays) and sorghum (Sorghum bicolor).

Euphyia biangulata

Euphyia biangulata, the cloaked carpet, is a moth of the Geometridae family. It is found in most of Europe (including West Russia) and the Middle East.

The wingspan is 25–30 mm. The forewings show a contrast between the dark brown midfield cross-band and the paler brown basal field with the distal cream band. There are two projections of the dark brown midfield cross-band into the cream band. The dark brown midfield cross-band has a black oblong discal spot.The basal field has greenish scaling. Hindwings are plain whitish, pale fuscous or very light grey, striated grey; with a clear dark discal mark.

Adults are on wing from the end of June to August. There is one generation per year.

The larvae feed on Stellaria species, including Stellaria media. Larvae can be found from July to September. The species overwinters as a pupa.

Euphyia unangulata

Euphyia unangulata, the sharp-angled carpet, is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found from most of Europe to Japan and the Kamchatka Peninsula. It shares its common name with the similarly coloured Neoarctic, Euphyia intermediata.

The wingspan is 25–28 mm.The forewing has a brownish central band. The white outer edge of this band is sharply angled. There is also a narrow white line in the basal area of the forewings. There are 2 dark discal spots in the central area of the band.

Adults are on wing from mid April to August. There are two generations per year.

The larvae feed on Stellaria species, including Stellaria media. Larvae can be found from June to September. The species overwinters as a pupa.

Hedya nubiferana

Hedya nubiferana, the marbled orchard tortrix or green budworm moth, is a moth of the family Tortricidae. It is found in the Palearctic and the Nearctic ecozones.

The wingspan is 15–21 mm. The moth flies from May to August. [1].

The larvae feed on hawthorn (Crataegus species) and blackthorn (Prunus spinosa).

Incurvaria pectinea

Incurvaria pectinea is a moth of the family Incurvariidae. It is found in Europe.

The wingspan is 12–16 mm. The moth flies from April to May depending on the location.

The larvae feed on various deciduous trees, such as birch, hazel and apple.

Lithophane semibrunnea

Lithophane semibrunnea, the tawny pinion, is a moth of the Noctuoidea family. It is found in scattered populations in North Africa, central and southern Europe and Asia Minor.

Mesoligia literosa

Mesoligia literosa, the rosy minor, is a moth of the family Noctuidae.

It is found throughout Europe, North Africa and western Asia. and east across the Palearctic to Siberia.

Perizoma bifaciata

Perizoma bifaciata, the barred rivulet, is a moth in the group of geometer moths (Geometridae).

Scoparia (moth)

Scoparia is a grass moth genus (family Crambidae) of subfamily Scopariinae. Some authors have assigned the synonymous taxon Sineudonia to the snout moth family (Pyralidae), where all grass moths were once also included, but this seems to be in error.

As of 2012, there were about 231 species. Species occur on every continent except Antarctica. They are most reliably distinguished from one another by the structure of the male genitalia.

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