- Calliphaea; Iasis; Pegaea; Synallaxis.
- World of Greek Mythology :: Nymphs
- 7 Pleiades (including. Maia, Merope). Pegaeae.
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- la familia de los dioses griegos
- PEGAEA. PEGASIS. PERIBOEA.
- Literatur zur Flora von Steiermark.
- cyrtodonta Top., var. pegaea Top.
- Schlangengesang Rundbrief
- 30. Sept. 2008 Limnades/Limnatides (Seen), Pegaeae (Bäche),.
- Pegaeae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In Greek mythology, the Pegaeae (Πηγαῖαι) were a type of naiad that lived in springs.
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- PEGAEAE, Greek Mythology Index
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- In Greek mythology, the Pegaeae were a type of nymph that lived in springs.
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