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  Idaea
The second nymph named Ida or Idaea was a female divinity from the Phrygian Mount Ida in Troad.
This nymph, called in the ancient literature the Idean Mother, was associated with the Mother Goddess, because she was deeply related to some local mythological events.
Such stories tried to connect these older local pre-Hellenic beliefs in nature divinities (which were identified with the mountains, the rivers, the trees and the springs) with the Greek Olympian religion and its basic myths.
www.pantheon.org /articles/i/idaea.html   (739 words)

  
 Idaea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Greek mythology, Idaea was a nymph, wife of Scamander and mother of King Teucer.
Idaea is also the name of her great-granddaughter, the offspring of Bateia (daughter of Teucrus) and Dardanus.
Idaea is a genus of geometrid moths, including I.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Idaea   (133 words)

  
 vacciniumvitis-idaea
Targonskii, P. Spreading of Vaccinium vitis idaea L. in forest of Central Ukrainian Polesye.
Long-term effects of foliage spraying on berry yields of Vaccinium vitis idaea.
Isolation and characterization of proanthocyanidins with a doubly-linked unit from Vaccinium vitis idaea L. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 36(1): 33-38.
www.newcrops.uq.edu.au /listing/vacciniumvitis-idaea.htm   (3531 words)

  
 Silky Wave (Idaea dilutaria)
S01-22 Stewart, B. Assessment of the status of the Silky Wave Idaea dilutaria (Hübner) (Lepidoptera, Geometridae) in the Avon Gorge during 2000.
S02-09 Stewart, B. Surveys of the Silky Wave Moth Idaea dilutaria (Lepidoptera, Geometridae) during 2001.
S02-35 Gibbs, D. The Silky Wave moth Idaea dilutaria (Hübner, 1799) (Lepidoptera, Geometridae) Avon Gorge, Bristol, survey 2002.
www.butterfly-conservation.org /species/moths_atm/moth.php?code=siw   (186 words)

  
 CROSSBREEDINGS BETWEEN CRANBERRIES (VACCINIUM MACROCARPON AIT.) AND COWBERRIES (VACCINIUM VITIS IDAEA L.)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
CROSSBREEDINGS BETWEEN CRANBERRIES (VACCINIUM MACROCARPON AIT.) AND COWBERRIES (VACCINIUM VITIS IDAEA L.)
In 1972 and 1973 crossbreedings between the cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait.) and the cowberry (Vaccinium vitis idaea L.) were carried out to a large extent at the Institute for Fruit-Growing at the Technical University of Munich in Freising-Weihenstephan.
A report is given on the selection of crossing partners, pollination techniques, the preliminary crossing results and the sowing technique as well as the cultivation of seedlings.
www.actahort.org /books/61/61_34.htm   (183 words)

  
 Picture page about Small Dusty Wave, Idaea seriata
Picture page about Small Dusty Wave, Idaea seriata
The Small Dusty Wave is small indeed and also very indistinctly marked.
This page has last been modified on Tuesday, November 28, 2006.
www.gardensafari.net /english/picpages/idaea_seriata.htm   (313 words)

  
 Who was Who in Roman Times: Family tree of Idaea
Who was Who in Roman Times: Family tree of Idaea
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If you click on "data" the data routine will display data on this person.
www.romansonline.com /Famy.asp?IntID=7361   (88 words)

  
 Action plan for Idaea ochrata
Promote opportunities for the appreciation and the conservation of the bright wave moth and its habitat.
The following LBAPs are working on Idaea ochrata:
Originally published in: Biodiversity: The UK Steering Group Report - Volume II: Action Plans (December 1995, Tranche 1, Vol 2, p145)
www.ukbap.org.uk /UKPlans.aspx?ID=390   (311 words)

  
 Leps.nl - Idaea aversata, Geometridae
A comprehensive guide to lepidoptera of the Netherlands
Lepidoptera > Geometridae > Sterrhinae > Idaea aversata
All photographs on this site remain © Christine Corver 1999-2005 and may not be copied, used for profit purposes or sold on without the copyright owner's express permission.
www.leps.nl /speciesinfo.php?lettercode=IDAEAVER   (64 words)

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