ⓘ Echeclus

                                     

ⓘ Echeclus

Echeclus is a genus of the spider family Salticidae.

One of the two described species, E. concinnus, is endemic to Malaysia. The species was originally described by Thorell from a single male specimen from Penang. It is preserved in the national Museum of Genoa. Another male specimen was found in Johor Frances and John Murphy.

Other species, sokoli, E., is on the island of Borneo.

                                     
  • magnitude 16.7 near opposition in September 2015. Echeclus is a centaur in Greek mythology. 60558 Echeclus is only the second comet after Chiron that was
  • Hippotion echeclus the black - based striated hawkmoth, is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is known from southern and eastern India, Myanmar, Thailand
  • commatum Rothschild Jordan, 1915 Hippotion dexippus Fawcett, 1915 Hippotion echeclus Boisduval, 1875 Hippotion eson Cramer, 1779 Hippotion geryon Boisduval
  • Dioretsa 31824 Elatus 32532 Thereus 37117 Narcissus 52872 Okyrhoe 60558 Echeclus 63252 2001 BL41 65407 2002 RP120 List of Mercury - crossing minor planets
  • bodies with centaur - like orbits that display a coma, along with 60558 Echeclus 2060 Chiron, 165P LINEAR and 167P CINEOS. It is also one of the reddest
  • Chiron 95P Chiron 7968 Elst Pizarro 133P Elst Pizarro 60558 Echeclus 174P Echeclus 118401 LINEAR 176P LINEAR 323137 2003 BM80 282P 2003 BM80
  • 107P Wilson Harrington 7968 Elst Pizarro 133P Elst Pizarro 60558 Echeclus 174P Echeclus 323137 2003 BM80 282P 2003 BM80 300163 2006 VW139 288P 2006
  • example, 60558 Echeclus has previously displayed a cometary coma and thus also has been given the cometary designation 174P Echeclus After passing perihelion
  • 60558 Echeclus and 29P Schwassmann - Wachmann 1, having detectable levels of volatile production in orbits entirely beyond Jupiter. Chiron and Echeclus are
  • behind the walls of Troy. Agenor killed two people in the war. His son Echeclus was killed by Achilles. According to Pausanias, Agenor was killed by Achilles