Ophion


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Ophion

(ōfī`ən), in Greek mythology, a huge serpent. An orphic god who ruled the world with his mother, Eurynome, before the reign of Kronos. When he became unruly, Eurynome banished him to the underworld.
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However some tradition they dispers'd Among the Heathen of thir purchase got, And Fabl'd how the Serpent, whom they calld OPHION with EURYNOME, the wide- Encroaching EVE perhaps, had first the rule Of high OLYMPUS, thence by SATURN driv'n And OPS, ere yet DICTAEAN JOVE was born.
Hymenoptera: Braconidae) and the ichneumonids Ophion flavidus Brulle and an Ophion sp.
Emahrungsgewohnheiten des zyprischen mufflons Ovis gmelini ophion.
thuringiensis y parasitoides (Cotesia marginiventris, Meteorus laphygmae, Ophion flavidus, Euplectus plathypenae), los cuales, si son aplicados de forma correcta y continua traen grandes beneficios economicos y ecologicos.
Seasonal distribution, response to host developmental stage, and screened-cage performance of Archytas marmoratus (Diptera: Tachinidae) and Ophion flavidus (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) on Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).
Soon a horrific gale blows Lopex's ship off course and, while searching for food, Mexi succumbs to the ophion of the beautiful lotus eaters.
22) In it Orpheus portrays the Titan Ophion and the Oceanid Eurynome as the first rulers of Olympus.
He goes on to contend that because the tales of Ophion and Typhon are so similar, they are most probably one and the same creature.
Additionally, they found Archytas incertus (Giglio-Tos), Ophion sp.
Gross & Pair (1991), stated that a parasitoid Ophion flavidus Brulle (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae), parasitized 4th, 5th, and 6th FAW instars with equal success, but was minimally successful in completing development on late 6th instar larvae.