Atargatis

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Atargatis

(ātärgā`tĭs), ancient Syrian goddess. Of obscure origin, she probably belongs to the general pattern of mother goddesses that were worshiped throughout W Asia and Greece. In Rome she was called Dea Syria.
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Thalamita prymna Charybdis species Eriphia laevimana Pilumnus vespertilio Pseudozius caystrus Grapsus strigosus and Atergatis roseus were also turned out dominant species at both of the sites.
Hall, 1999 396 Theope bacenis Schaus, 1890 b 397 Theope phaeo Prittwitz, 1865 1 2 Nymphalidae Libytheinae 398 Libytheana carinenta 2 b c d mexicana Michener, 1943 Danainae 399 Anetia thirza thirza 1 2 b c d Geyer, [1833] 400 Lycorea halia atergatis 1 2 c d Doubleday, [1847] 401 Lycorea ilione albescens b c d (Distant, 1876) 402 Lycorea ilione lamirus 2 (Latreille, [1817]) 403 Danaus eresimus montezuma 1 2 a c d Talbot, 1943 404 Danaus gilippus cleothera 2 (Godart, 1819) 405 Danaus gilippus thersippus 1 2 a c d (H.
isolated from the intestine of a xanthid crab Atergatis fluorides.