Bromius


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Bromius

epithet of Dionysus, meaning ‘thunder.’ [Gk. Myth.: Zimmerman, 43]
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Tabanus bromius is one of the most common and variable species of dipterous family Tabanidae with a wide distribution.
bromius registered in the inventory of the Zoology Museum of Anatolian University, Faculty of Science Department of Biology were used as the study material.
bromius female specimens collected from 4 different regions which could vary according to climatic characteristics (Aegean, Anatolian, Black Sea and Marmara Regions) of Turkey were examined in terms of wing shape differences.
Some of the creatures include: Jerion, a male imaginary number; Deuterium, a male isotope who helps to take her to the Mathematician; Mark Carscian, an adult human male who is an official representative of the Mathematician; Mark's Horse, an imaginary number that is the image of a horse; Gatekeeper, a talkative male guard at the Mathematician's Castle; the Mathematician, the ruler of the land of mathematics; and Bromius, a male imaginary number at the court of the Mathematician.
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