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(Roman mythology) the goddess of fortune and good luck

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The native distribution of the northern crayfish, Orconectes virilis Hagen, 1870, includes the northern USA and Canada (Hobbs 1989).
Production and population dynamics of the crayfish Orconectes virilis in three Michigan lakes.
In the present work, large virilis fruit flies (Drosophila virilis) were allowed to oviposit in a media that contained different concentrations of perfluorooctanes or into control media.
Erat ei sermo consideratus et interpunctus, elegans translatus, proverbiorum luce nitidus, sententiarum et verborum pondere quadratus, solidus ac virilis.
The lad, on being invited, came immediately up to her, and offered many blandishments, which proved that he had assumed the toga virilis [garment of virility or coming of age].
PRELIMINARY INSIGHTS TO THE GROWTH, REPRODUCTION, AND POLLUTION TOLERANCE OF THE NORTHERN CRAYFISH, ORCONECTES VIRILIS, IN THE BLUE RIVER.
Etymologically, vir, virtus, and virilis share the same root,(50) and we find a broad accumulation of associations with the term virilis and its derivatives that reflects these implicit connections.
Similarly, after Actium, when two other boys of their household approached manhood, Cleopatra's son Caesarion was enrolled among the "ephebi" for education in the Greek manner, while Antyllus, Antony's son by Fulvia, received the Roman "toga virilis without the purple hem.
Orconectes virilis was introduced from the Midwest and favors streamers or lakes.
Early findings showed that experimentally increased 20E titers in wild-type Drosophila virilis Sturtevant (Drosophilidae) females drastically reduced their fecundity (Rauschenbach et al.
Selective foraging by the crayfish Orconectes virilis and its impact on macroinvertebrates.
Behavioral responses of the crayfish (Orconectes virilis and Orconectes rusticus) to chemical feeding stimulants.
1994), identical to that of Orconectes virilis (Devillez, 1965,) and slightly more acidic than the optimum pH of 8.
Natural history of the two crayfish of northwestern Iowa, Orconectes virilis and Orconectes immunis.