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“Epiphytes are numerous in this montane cloud forest environment and include Aeschynanthus, Agapetes, Rhododendron cuffeanum, various aroids, and the orchid taxa Dendrobium and Pleione.”
““Pleione” is an ill track and I swear I hear someone signing under the track.”
“It seems that the Pleiades are not, after all, the seven grieving daughters of Atlas and Pleione, sent up there to console them for the death of their sisters.”
“By his wife Pleione he had seven daughters, who went by the general names of Atlantĭdes, or”
“In Greece the Pleiades were the ghosts of the seven daughters of Atlas and Pleione, and in”
“The names given to the individual stars are those of the seven daughters of Atlas and Pleione; thus Milton terms them the Seven Atlantic Sisters.”
“Some of the stars are known to be slightly variable, and one of the fainter stars in the cluster may have shone more brightly in olden time; -- the gaseous spectrum of Pleione renders it credible that this star may once have had great brilliancy.”
“It is probable that only the best sight could then distinguish Pleione, as in our own day.”
“The angular distance from Atlas to Pleione is 5 '.”
“Pleione, the surmised lost Pleiad, P Cygni, noted for instability of light in the seventeenth century, and the extraordinary southern variable, Eta Carinæ.”
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