H. glacialis H. parenthesis H. quinquesignata H. tredecimpunctata H. variegata Hippodamia is a genus of ladybirds in the family Coccinellidae. It includes the most common native North American "ladybug", H. convergens, which can form overwintering aggregations numbering in the millions. ...
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[wife of Pirithous]
Hippodamia (Ἱπποδάμεια, from ἵππος hippos (horse) and δαμάζειν damazein (to tame), "Tamer of horses"; also known as Deidamia (Δηιδάμεια) or Ischomache), daughter of Atrax or Butes, was the bride of King Pirithous of the Lapiths. At their wedding, Hippodamia, the other female guests, and
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- genus of ladybugs
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genus Hippodamia noun
genus of ladybugs
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(from the article `Pelops`) ...mortal life because his father had abused the favour of heaven by feeding mere mortals with nectar and ambrosia, of which only gods partook. ...
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Hippodamia (also Hippodamea and Hippodameia from Ἱπποδάμεια) is a mythological figure, the daughter of King Oenomaus and wife of Pelops with whom her offspring were Thyestes, Atreus, Pittheus, Alcathous, Troezen, Hippalcimus, Copreus, Astydameia, Nicippe, Eurydice and others. == Courtship == Having grown to manhood, Pelops wanted to mar
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Hippodamia is the Thirteen Spot Ladybird genus of ladybird (Coccinellidae), so named from the numerous black spots on its red elytra, although colouration varies from red with no spots to black.
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