Chelone


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Chelone

changed into tortoise for refusing to attend wedding of Zeus and Hera. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmerman, 59]
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Meyer, 1860; Acheloniaformosa Wagner, 1860; Euryaspis radians Wagner, 1863; Euryaspis approximata Wagner, 1863 and Chelone planiceps Quenstedt, 1885; Changisaurus microrhrinus Young, 1959 (BAIRD, 1964) and Eurysternum ignoratum Bram, 1965.
Testudo macropus Walbaum, 1752; Testudo viridis Schneider, 1783; Testudo chloronotus Bechstein, 1800; Chelonia mydas: Brongniart, 1800; Chelonia midas (sic): Shaw, 1802; Chelone mydas: Brongniart, 1805; Euchelys macropus Girard, 1858; Megamys mydas: Gistel, 1848; Thalassiochelys albiventer.
In the unrelated genera Chaenorrhinum (Antirrhineae), Chelone (Cheloneae), Mimulus (Gratioleae), and also Penstemon hirsutus, the tube is partially closed with such a bulge (Pennell, 1935).
Etymology: The generic name is composed by the words Jurassic, the period in which that turtle lived, and chelone, meaning turtle in Greek.
While this is quite a feat he has achieved, he was trending on Twitter for a totally different reason - his emotional post game interview, where NBC reporter Christin Cooper questioned him about his brother, Chelone, who passed away last year.
Late Summer-Fall Spring species Summer species species Cardamine hulhosa Cicuta maculata Chelone glabra Carex stricta Euphorbia corollata Cirsium muticum C.
Chelone mydas of the Arabian Sea with observations on the synonymity of certain genera and classification of the family.
Difficulties arose, except for the type of Chelone gwinneri Wegner, 1918, from the fragmentary preservation in most cases and from the far scattered distribution of the materials.
The Titans' Mary Chelone (21:45) and Katie Nusbaum (21:50) finished seventh and eighth, respectively.
Wetland plant species of common occurrence on geomorphic surfaces of high inundation potential included Glyceria melicaria, Galium asprellum, Impatiens capensis, Polygonum sagittatum, Aster umbellatus and Chelone glabra (Table 3).
The signees for the women's team are Jaala Osban of Cottage Grove, who was third in the 3A javelin competition; Jenna Willis, a hurdler for Thurston High School; and Mary Chelone, a distance runner from Tillamook High School.