← Next Post Prev Post → Commentary Typographic Caterpillars Written by matthew bardram on MarchĀ 21,Ā 2004 Commas eat elms, hops, and nettles? Question marks like hackberries too. Any other hungry punctation out there? ← Prev Next → 6 Comments Gary Robbins says: 03.21.04 at 5:45pm The punctuation is much more evident in the butterflies of these species. Stephen Coles says: 03.22.04 at 12:59am You reminded me of these, Gary: The Butterfly Alphabet Butterfly Alphabet Posters Miguel Hernįndez says: 03.22.04 at 10:39am Hi Matthew, Talking about suspense dots… ;) Matthew says: 03.22.04 at 7:28pm Suspense dots? It may be my ignorance in the subject talking, but would you mind filling me in. victor says: 03.24.04 at 8:45am Miguel is referring (I think) to the ellipsis. In Spanish, they are called suspensive dots (more or less) Matthew says: 03.27.04 at 4:03am multiple matthews manifested mayhem. mais….. enough m’s… check sunday morning, have been dealing with things i cannot even post. Post a Comment Comments at Typographica are moderated and copyedited, just like newspaper āLetters to the Editorā. Abusive or off-topic comments are not published. We appreciate compliments, but donāt publish them unless they add to the dialog. Thank you! Click here to cancel reply. Name: Email: Website: Comment: Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.