Cecrops


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Cecrops

(ˈsiːkrɒps)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) (in ancient Greek tradition) the first king of Attica, represented as half-human, half-dragon
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Within the Pandaridae, representatives of Prosaetes, Cecrops, Luetkenia, Philorthagoriscus, Orthagoriscicola, and Entepherus are considered members of the Dinemoura-group based on their shared possession of a narrow third pedigerous somite and dorsal plates on the fourth pedigerous somite in the adult female and a modified leg 3 terminal endopodal segment in the adult male.
Roux, 1814), 19 ; the French text reads as such "Danaus et Cecrops apporterent l'agriculture, les lumieres et les arts des egyptiens dans la Grece.
Decomposer Lepidoptera, primarily represented at the ABS by Tineoidea and Noctuidae, have not been found on saw palmetto flowers, with the exception of Calycopis cecrops (Lycaenidae).