Erimanthos


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Er•i•man•thos

(ˌɛr əˈmæn θəs; Gk. ɛˈri mɑn θɔs)

n.
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The experiment was conducted in a natural population in north Ilia, Erimanthos Valley, east of the village Koumani (lat 37[degrees]48'N, long 21[degrees]47'E), Peloponnese, Greece, during June and July, 1997.
erimanthos, detaches the spermatophylax from the ampulla before consumption.
laevissimus II, GREECE: Ilia Peloponnes, Erimanthos -Tal 6 km east of Koumanis (37[degrees]48'N, 21[degrees]47'E), 24 v 1992 and GREECE: Aitolia-Akarnania, Astakos (38[degrees]32'N, 21[degrees]4'E), 25 v 1992