Songs about Kermes:

songsChotis de la Kermés: Rompe y Rasga. by Tuna de Ingenieros Aeronáuticos from the Album Música en la Villa y Corte de Madrid: La Tuna

songsDe Kermes Es Do! by Striekspöen from the Album Ut'm Lewen

songsDjipaj / Kermes by Sanja Ilic I Balkanika from the Album Aleksandar Sanja Ilic I Balkanika - Ceeepaj

songsHoy Kermes, Hoy by Diablos Verdes from the Album La Kermes Endiablada

songsHoy Kermes, Hoy by Diablos Verdes from the Album La Kermes Endiablada

songsKermes by Nimbaso from the Album Easy Club

songsKermes Macabre by Screaming Headless Torsos from the Album Live!


Books about Kermes:

booksKermes Macabre by David Fiuczynski (Apr 25, 2013)

booksKermes: Webster's Timeline History, 1711 - 2006 by Icon Group International (Apr 16, 2009)

booksCarbon and nitrogen mineralization in carob soils with Kermes oak and Aleppo pine leaf litter [An article from... by H. Aka and C. Darici

booksCompost effect on bacterial and fungal colonization of kermes oak leaf litter in a terrestrial Mediterranean ecosystem... by M. Larcheveque, V. Baldy, N. Korboulewsky and Ormeno

booksCon recursos captados en su kermês, el DIF va por la ampliaciôn de la Casa Hogar.: An article from: Siempre! by Unavailable (May 9, 2014)

booksLa kermés / The Bazaar (Bilingual Book/Audio CD/Coloring Book) by Leticia Muñoz Aber, Antonio Castro and Dinah López (1998)

booksKermes. La rivista del restauro vol. 44 by aa vv (Jan 1, 2002)


Wiki information Kermes:


Kermes is a red dye derived from the dried bodies of the females of a scale insect in the genus Kermes, primarily Kermes vermilio. The insects live on the sap of certain trees, especially Kermes oak tree near the Mediterranean region. The English...

Quercus coccifera
Organism Classification

Quercus coccifera, the kermes oak, is an oak in the Quercus section Cerris. It is native to the Mediterranean region and Northern African Maghreb, south to north from Morocco to France and west to east from Portugal to Turkey, crossing Spain, Italy,...