As the person (Archaeodontosaurus) who added the picture here cannot speak our language, I write this in English.
Archaeodontosaurus! Thanks for adding the picture to this article. But I think this picture should be added in the article கூட்டுப்புழு (Pupa), but not here. So, I remove the picture from here and will add there later. The reason for removing the picture from here is that I think those images are not actually 'nymphs'. The insect Cetonia aurata is in the order Coleoptera and those insects undergo complete metamorphism, and thus have the stages of Larva and pupa (not the nymph). Those images are pupal stages. I checked the wikimedia page for this picture too. Yes, it's mentioned as 'nymph', but I think that's not correct.--கலை (பேச்சு) 22:22, 25 ஆகத்து 2012 (UTC)
I don't know what the word 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 should link to the English "Nymph" OR to the French "Nymphe" and restore the interwiki accordingly
- This word (in Tamil) means the Englsih word Nymph and therfore given the interwiki link to English. (Previously, the interwiki links to other languages were obtained from the en.wiki, but not sure weather they are correct or not).--கலை (பேச்சு) 12:32, 14 அக்டோபர் 2012 (UTC)
- Hi, thank you very much for clearing this up - I will add this to the list linked below. We will try to get the interwiki links on the English wiki corrected and then update here as well :o)
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?).