Serica

The Seres (Σῆρες, Sērēs) were inhabitants of the land Serica, named by the ancient Greek and Roman. It meant `of silk,` or people of the `land where silk comes from,` and is thought to derive from the Chinese word for silk, si (Traditional Chinese: 絲; Simplified Chinese: 丝; pinyin: sī). It is itself at the origin of the Latin for ...
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Serica

[clipper] The Serica was a clipper ship built in 1863 by Robert Steele & Co., at Greenock on the south bank of the Clyde, Scotland, for James Findlay. ==Winner of 1864 Tea Race== Serica is Latin for `China`-- the ship was built expressly for the China tea trade. The Serica participated in the annual `tea races` to bring the new season`s cro...
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Serica

Serica is a genus of dung beetle of the family Scarabaeidae. The larvae, which feed on roots, take two years to develop.
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