- Lapidae was not based on any mythical creature. Instead, she took inspiration from the Butterfly Effect. This theorem states that the flapping of a butterfly's wings could cause storms and tornadoes elsewhere in the world.
- Lapidae's name is derivative of Lepidoptera, the taxonomic order of butterflies and moths. It might also include the word "flap" (pronounced lap-i-day).
- Lapidae shares similarities with her master Jordan Greene-Lopez. They both have green in their color schemes. Also, butterflies are a symbol for transgender people, and Jordan is agender.