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Ophioneus

Ophion in Greek mythology, a huge serpent. An orphic god who ruled the world with his mother, Eurynome, before the reign of Kronos.

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Systropus (Systropus) mucronatus (Enderlein, 1926). 13. Systropus (Systropus) ophioneus (Westwood), 1850.
Ahlia egmontis (Jordan, 1884) Ophichthidae (s.f. Myrophinae) Key
Ichthyapus ophioneus (Evermann and Marsh, 1902). Ophichthidae (s.f.
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Ichthvapus ophioneus, USNM 272930. Leiuranus semicinctus, USNM 313929. Muraenichthys laticaudatus, USNM 317993.
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already have given birth to the great Snake Ophioneus from the Water Seed of Chronos, Ophioneus and his children (and for much else in the other nooks).

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Ophioneus definition of Ophioneus in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
Ophion in Greek mythology, a huge serpent. An orphic god who ruled the world with his mother, Eurynome, before the reign of Kronos.
Ichthyapus ophioneus, Surf eel
Ichthyapus ophioneus (Evermann & Marsh, 1900).
In Greek mythology, what was the war between Kronos and Ophioneus
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