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Numerology information Trigona:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Songs about Trigona:
Aftou Psila Pou Perpatas Trigona by Various artists from the Album Ipirotika & Alla Dimotika Vol.1
Aftou Psila Pou Perpatas Trigona Trigona by Kostas Tzimas from the Album Folk Songs Of Epirus
Anam'non me trigona mou (tik) by Dimitris Karasavvidis from the Album Kardia nt' es' ne sideron
Ela trigona m' me t' emen (tik mono) by Kostas Siamidis Sokratis Kupselidis from the Album Kardias anoigar
H trigona by Giannis Kostantinou from the Album Dimotiko Panigiri, No. 3
H trigona by Stathis Kavouras from the Album Ta Kleftika Stathis Kavouras
H trigona by Dimitris Arapakis from the Album Propolemika Dimotika, No. 10
Books about Trigona:
Nesting behaviour and foraging ecology of Trigona iridipennis: Nest structure, function and foraging ecology by Jacob Solomon Raju Aluri (Aug 2, 2009)
THE INDO-MALAYAN SPECIES OF TRIGONA by H.F. Schwarz (1939)
RESULTS OF THE OXFORD UNIVERSITY SARAWAK (BORNEO) EXPEDITION:BORNEAN STINGLESS BEES OF THE GENUS TRIGONA by H.F. Schwarz (1937)
Martin-Trigona (Anthony) v. Supreme Court of Illinois U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting... by ANTHONY R MARTIN-TRIGONA and PHILIP B KURLAND (Oct 30, 2011)
Pensieri Ed Osservazioni Su' Comenti Del Professor V. Termine Trigona, Cesare De Titta Ed Altri, Al Verso "Amor... by Gerardo Pinto (Sep 30, 2010)
Amor, Che a Nullo Amato Amar Perdona: Nuovo Comento (Italian Edition) by Trigona, Vincenzo Termine published by... (May 25, 2010)
Pensieri Ed Osservazioni Su' Comenti del Professor V. Termine Trigona, Cesare de Titta Ed Altri, Al Verso "Amor... by By (author) Gerardo Pinto (2010)
Wiki information Trigona:
Trigona is the largest genus of stingless bees, formerly including many more subgenera than the present assemblage; many of these former subgenera have been elevated to generic status. There are approximately 150 species presently included in the...
Euphorbia trigona is a perennial plant that originally comes from Central Africa. It has an upright stem that is branched into three or four sides. The stem itself is dark green with V-shaped light green patterns. The about 5mm long thorns are placed...