And Clytia pondering between many a sun, While pettish tears adown her petals run :
Clytia - The Chrysanthemum Peruvianum, or, to employ a better-known term, the turnsol - which continually turns towards the sun, covers itself, like Peru, the country from which it comes, with dewy clouds which cool and refresh its flowers during the most violent heat of the day.
It is remarkable that in all the different kinds of glowworms, shining elaters, and various marine animals (such as the crustacea, medusae, nereidae, a coralline of the genus Clytia
, and Pyrosma), which I have observed, the light has been of a well-marked green colour.
Family Clytiidae Maronna, Miranda, Pena Cantero, Barbeitos, Marques, 2016 Clytia
List of insect foragers on Wendlandia tinctoria Family Scientific name Common name Papilionidae Pachliopta hector Crimson rose Papilio clytia
Common mime Pieridae Catopsiliapyranthe Mottled emigrant C.
Contractility and hydroplasmic movements in the hydroid Clytia
Randros, unarddeg ydi'r rhai fenga - roedden nhw'n dal yn eu clytia
yn y flwyddyn 2000.
Minor longs from afar for Clytia
(Melanie Bernier), a major babe engaged to sensitive hunk Karkos (Sergio Peris-Mencheta).
bakeri displays a seasonal pattern of abundance on D.
The Latin inscription beneath the portrait speaks of Phoebus, the sun, and Clytia
, the sunflower, both of whom feature in Ovid's Metamorphoses.
The most abundant species was Clytia
simplex, which was widely distributed throughout the Magellan region; the horizontal pattern of distribution showed an increase of abundance in the southern sector of the Magellan region, at south 54[degrees]S, mainly in the Almirantazgo Fjord where it reached 4972 ind 1000 [m.
A maternally localised Wnt ligand required for axial patterning in the cnidarian Clytia