Nesiotes

Nesiotes:

see CritiusCritius
, or Kritios
, and Nesiotes
, fl. 5th cent. B.C., Greek sculptors, in the time of the Persian Wars. They made statues of the Tyrannicides, Harmodius and Aristogiton, who slew the tyrant Hipparchus.
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When the Persians sacked Athens in 480, they stole Antenor s statue, which was replaced in 477-76 by a new statue of the "tyrannicides" by the sculptors Kritios and Nesiotes. This statue henceforth functioned as a symbol of democracy, a model of courage in opposition to tyranny and in the service of freedom.
Entre las subespecies, Grus canadensis nesiotes (Gundlach, 1876) define el limite sur con las poblaciones mas australes y aisladas geneticamente en el archipielago cubano (Phymer, Fain, Austin, Johnson, & Krajewski, 2001).
(Eupelmidae); Neotoxeumorpha exoristae Narendran (Pteromalidae); Nesolynx thymus (Girault) (Eulophidae); Perilampus nesiotes Crawford (Perilampidae); Pimpla rufipes (Miller) (Ichneumonidae); Trichogramma spp.
From Kritios and Nesiotes' threateningly advancing musclemen Harmodius and Aristogeiton, known as the Tyrannicides or tyrant killers (477-476 B.C.), and Polykleitos's athletically balanced Doryphoros in contrapposto (450-400 B.C.) to Myron's unnatural but compellingly dynamic discuss throwing Diskobolus (460-450 B.C.) and Lysippos' monumental leaning Hercules, known to us as the Farnese Hercules (4th century B.C.), Classical Greek sculpture embraced movement to the extent that it sought to blur the lines between bronze and flesh.
The flying earwig Hawaiian damselfly (Megalagrion nesiotes) historically occurred on the islands of Hawai'i and Maui but is now found only on the latter.
Enna nesiotes Chamberlin 1925:224; Roewer 1954:113; Bonnet 1956:1657; Platnick 2007.
Iso nesiotes: AMS I241183-001 (holotype); BPBM 16718 (1, 22 mm SL); MU I-210 (5, 20-27 mm SL).
Population Surveys of the Cuban Parrot (Amazona leucocephala palmarum) and Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis nesiotes) in the Northern Part of Isla de la Juventud, Cuba.
Notas sobre la biologia de la "Bubia de vientre blanco" (Sula leucogaster nesiotes; familia:Sulidae) en la Bahia Chamela, Jalisco, Mexico.