- The Eumolpidae /ˌjuːˈmɒlpᵻdiː/ (Ancient Greek: Εὐμολπίδαι, ... meaning having never committed murder, and not being a barbarian (able to speak Greek) .
- Checklist of Eumolpidae (Coleoptera, Chrysomeloidea) - Springer
- Checklist of Eumolpidae (Coleoptera, Chrysomeloidea) from. Mao'ershan region including one new record species from China. LI Xing-peng, LI Cheng-de.
- Portuguese (pdf) - SciELO
- (Germar, 1824) (Coleoptera , Eumolpidae ) não tem sido objeto de es_ tudos, por parte dos entomologistas. Na bibliografia brasileira aada havia de especial, ...
- Exploratory survey in China for potential insect biocontrol agents of
- Three oligophagous leaf beetles, Smaragdina nigrifrons (Coleoptera: Eumolpidae), Gallerucida bifasciata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), and Galerucella.
- Polygonum perfoliatum L. - Invasive.org
- Order. Species. Relative frequency.
- Fauna of Eumolpidae in Heilongjiang Province were first divided into ... of Eumolpidae species in 11 geographic sub-regions, a C matrix was constructed then a ...
- Eumolpidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Eumolpidae /ˌjuːˈmɒlpᵻdiː/ (Ancient Greek: Εὐμολπίδαι, Eumolpidai) were a family of priests at Eleusis who maintained the Eleusinian Mysteries ...
- LacusCurtius • Greek Religion — Eumolpidae (Smith's Dictionary
- Sep 24, 2012 EUMOLPIDAE (εὐμολπίδαι), the most distinguished and venerable among the priestly families in Attica. They were devoted to the service of ...
- Checklist of Eumolpidae (Coleoptera, Chrysomeloidea) from Mao
- Thirty-six species and 1 subspecies belonging to 12 genera, 3 subfamilies of the family Eumolpidae collected from Mao'ershan region (Heilongjiang Province) of ...
- Eleusinia - Greek & Roman Mythology - Tools
- Eleusis, however, continued to be the chief seat of the worship, and the highest priesthoods were hereditary in the Eleusinian families of the Eumolpidae and ...
- Faunistic and Distribution of Eumolpidae (Coleoptera - TSpace
- Description: Surveys were conducted to study faunistic and distribution of Eumolpidae species in Heilongjiang Province between April 2005 and October 2007.
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