Vagrant

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A vagrant is an itinerant person without a home or regular employment. See Vagrancy (people), and Rogue (vagrant).

Vagrant or vagrancy may also refer to:

Biology[edit]

Concepts[edit]

  • Vagrancy (biology), the state of roaming or growing far outside of ones species' usual range
  • Vagrant lichen, a lichen that is either not attached to a substrate, or can become unattached then blow around, yet continue to grow and flourish.

Mammals[edit]

Spiders[edit]

  • Uliodon, a genus of spiders found in New Zealand and Australia and commonly referred to as vagrant spiders

Insects[edit]

Butterflies[edit]

  • Eronia, a genus of butterflies in the family Pieridae commonly known as the Vagrants
  • Eronia cleodora, a genus of butterflies in the family Pieridae commonly known as Vine-leaf Vagrant
  • Eronia leda, a genus of butterflies in the family Pieridae commonly known as Autumn Leaf Vagrant
  • Nepheronia, another genus of Pieridae commonly known as (Plain) Vagrant
  • Catopsilia florella, a genus of butterflies in the family Pieridae known as Common Vagrant
  • Nepheronia thalassina, a genus of butterflies in the family Pieridae known as Cambridge Vagrant
  • Nepheronia argia, an African genus of butterflies in the family Pieridae commonly known as Large Vagrant
  • Nepheronia pharis, a genus of butterflies in the family Pieridae known as Round-winged Vagrant
  • Vagrans egista, a South and Southeast Asian genus of butterflies in the family Nymphalidae and is monotypic to Vagrant

Dragonflies[edit]

  • Vagrant darter, (Sympetrum vulgatum), a European dragonfly
  • Hemianax ephippiger (Anax ephippiger), a African species of dragonfly in the family Aeshnidae commonly known as Vagrant Emperor.

Entertainment[edit]

Technology[edit]

Race horses[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Vagrant Island, Graham Land, Antarctica
  • Vagrant predicate, logical constructions that exhibit an inherent limit to conceptual knowledge
  • Bụi đời the Vietnamese term bụi đời ("dust of life") refers to vagrants in the city