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Eacus
Iberian. A weather deity, often conflated with Jupiter....
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CICLO BIOLOGICO DE GOLOFA EACUS BURMEISTEH
Golofa eacus, whose larval and adult stages are peste in corn cropsin Lïmatambo region, Anta province, Cusco de- partment.
Golofa clavigera (Linnaeus, 1771) in Bolivia: a new country record
G. porteri Hope, 1837 and of G. eacus Burmeister, 1847 (Morón 1994, 1995).
SINOPSIS PRELIMINAR DE LOS DYNASTINI (COLEOPTERA
Megasoma janus Felsche y M. elephas Fab, Golofa porteri Hope, G. eacus Burm.
Ants and Their Ways
Eacus, king of Ginopia, to re-people his kingdom, which had been depopulated been the progenitors of the loyal subjects of /Eacus.
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Eacus (god) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eacus is a weather god worshipped in Iberian Spain. He is known from the area of Castile and was syncretised with the local Roman deity Jupiter Solutorius.
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Eacus definition of Eacus in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
Aeacus in Greek mythology, son of Zeus Zeus , in Greek religion and mythology, son and successor of Kronos as supreme god.
Eumorpha eacus
Pictures of and information about the Eumorpha eacus moth with caterpillar image and foodplants lists and links to other related species.

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