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Books about Glycera:
Three plays: The girl from Samos, The arbitration, The shearing of Glycera, (Broadway translations) by Menander (1929)
Three plays: The girl from Samos, The arbitration, The shearing of Glycera, by Post, Levi Arnold, Menander (1929)
Broadway Translations. Menander. Three Plays. The Girl from Samos. The Arbitration. The Shearing of Glycera. Translated... by trans. MENANDER. POST (L.A) (1929)
The role of the marine bloodworm, Glycera dibranchiata, in the biogeochemistry of heavy metals by Robert A Pedrick (1977)
Some observations on the dispersion of the marine worms Nereis and Glycera (Maine. Dept. of Sea and Shore Fisheries... by Alton Herman Gustafson (1953)
Biology of the bloodworm, Glycera dibranchiata Ehlers, and its relation to the bloodworm fishery of the Maritime... by W. L. Dickie, L. M. Klawe (1957)
Wiki information Glycera:
The genus Glycera is a group of polychaetes commonly known as blood worms. They are typically found on the bottom of shallow marine waters, and some species, are extensively harvested along the Northeastern coast of the United States for use as bait...
Glycera was a popular name often used for Hellenistic hetaerae, held by: The daughter of Thalassis and the mistress of Harpalus and Menander. The mistress of Pausias, born in Sicyon. A favourite of Horace. Nominally, Alcibiades's sexual partner in...