- Clymene in Greek mythology. 1 Daughter of the Titan Oceanus. The wife of Iapetus, she bore him Atlas, Prometheus, Epimetheus, and Menoetius.
- Distribution of the Clymene dolphin Stenella clymene
- 2003333253271Review ArticleDistribution of Clymene dolphinD.
- Stenella clymene. - Clark Science Center
- Jul 30, 2003 A Clymene dolphin in the northern Gulf of Mexico. (photo by est known total length for a male Clymene dolphin is 197 cm (n.
- Stenella clymene (Gray, 1850)
- FAO Names: En - Clymene dolphin; Fr - Dauphin de Clyméné; Sp - Delfín clymene.
- Coordinated feeding by Clymene dolphins (Stenella clymene) in the
- Aquatic Mammals 1997, 23.2, 111–112. Coordinated feeding by Clymene dolphins (Stenella clymene) in the.
- Real Estate Transfers for July 25-29
- CITY OF OCONTO — Leon and Clymene Bond Foundation to Roger and Linda Reed. » TOWN OF GILLETT — Roger Perrault to State of Wisconsin, Department of Transportation. » TOWN OF RIVERVIEW — Mary Conlin to Ronald Palmieri.
- Clymene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Clymene or Klymenê (from Greek name Κλυμένη "famous woman") may refer to.
- CLYMENE : Greek Titan goddess of fame ; mythology ; pictures
- KLYMENE (or Clymene) was the Titan goddess of renown, fame and infamy.
- CLYMENE : Oceanid Nymph of Egypt, Goddess of Fame | Greek
- KLYMENE (or Clymene) was an Okeanid nymph loved by the sun-god Helios.
- Mar 3, 1997 (1) The daughter of Oceanus and Tethys and wife of Iapetus. Her sons are Atlas, Epimetheus, Prometheus, and Menoetius.
- Haploa clymene
- Attributes of Haploa clymene. Clymene Moth Haploa clymene (Brown, 1776). Family: Arctiidae Haploa clymene - Haploa_clymene.
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