Capys


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Capys

Trojan who mistrusted Trojan Horse; cautioned against bringing it into the city. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmerman, 50]
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But Assaracus was father to Capys, and Capys to Anchises, who was my father, while Hector is son to Priam.
Miller (1987); en Papilionidae, Duarte, Casagrande y Mielke (2001) en Hemiargus hanno (Stoll, 1790) (Polyommatini); Paluch, Casagrande y Mielke (2008) en Actinote melanisans Oberthur, 1917 (Acraeinae); Dias, Casagrande y Mielke (2010) en Memphis moruus stheno (Prittwitz, 1865) (Charaxinae); Leite, Casagrande y Mielke (2010) en Heraclides anchisiades capys (Hubner, [1809]) (Papilionidae), y Sourakov, Duehl y Sourakov (2012) en Morpho helenor (Cramer, 1776) (Morphini).
Around 100 final-instar larvae were collected from each location using a fine-tip brush; these were Citioica anthonilis (Herrich-Schaeffer) (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) on Piptadenia gonoacantha (Martin) Macbride (Fabaceae); Heraclides anchisiades capys (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) on Citrus sp.
External Morphology of the Adult of Heraclides anchisiades capys (HA1/4bner, 1809) (Lepidoptera Papilionidae).
The largest rodents in the world, capys can grow to more than four feet long and two feet tall and weigh up to 150 pounds!
So Macaulay brought them back to life, in four poems: 'Horatius', 'The Battle of the Lake Regillus', 'Virginia' and 'The Prophecy of Capys'.
Even then, however, he pauses to speechify for a while before he acts, expressing surprise that "your majestie can looke so lowe,/ As my despised worths" and vowing never to leave her: [I] vow by all the Gods of Hospitalitie, By heaven and earth, and my faire brothers bowe, By Paphos, Capys, and the purple Sea, From whence my radiant mother did descend, And by this Sword that saved me from the Greekes, Never to leave these newe upreared walles, Whiles Dido lives and rules in Junos towne, Never to like or love any but her.
A herd of capys often travels long distances looking for food.
Emergence of Palmistichus elaeisis Delvare & LaSalle, 1993 (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) from pupae of Heraclides anchisiades capys (Hubner, [1809]) (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) in the laboratory.
females and males that emerged from host pupae were determined according to the method proposed for parasitism of Heraclides anchisiades capys Hubner (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) pupae by P.