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Byblis

In Greek mythology, Byblis or Bublis (Ancient Greek: Βυβλίς) was a daughter of Miletus. Her mother was either Tragasia, Cyanee, daughter of the river-god Meander, or Eidothea, daughter of King Eurytus of Caria. She fell in love with Caunus, her twin brother.

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List Of Metamorphoses Characters - Characters
... I 64, VI 682-702, VII 695, XII 24, XIII 418, XV 471 Byblis Daughter of Miletus ... Byblis fell incestuously in love with Caunus, but as she could not get him she tried to kill herself, but was metamorphosed into a nymph ... XIII 410, XIV 468 Caunus Son of Miletus and brother of Byblis ...
List Of Carnivorous Plants - Byblis
... Byblis aquatica Lowrie Conran, 1998 Byblis filifolia Planch. 1848 Byblis gigantea Lindl. 1839 Byblis guehoi Lowrie Conran, 2008 Byblis lamellata Lowrie Conran, 2002 Byblis liniflora Salisb ...
Carnivorous Plants Of Australia - Species
... Aldrovanda (1 species) Aldrovanda vesiculosa Byblis (7 species endemic) Byblis aquatica Byblis filifolia Byblis gigantea Byblis guehoi Byblis lamellata Byblis ...
Byblis Guehoi
... Byblis guehoi is a species of carnivorous plant in the genus Byblis ... It is a compact species and is tetraploid ...
Byblis
... In Greek mythology, Byblis or Bublis (Ancient Greek Βυβλίς) was a daughter of Miletus ... Byblis acknowledged her love for Caunus, and despite her initial efforts to convince herself that her feelings were natural, she realized the inappropriateness of them ... Parthenius of Nicaea cites two versions of Byblis' story, one of which is generally the same as that recounted by Ovid, but ends with Byblis hanging herself with her girdle ...