lytta


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lytta

(lĭt′ə)
n. pl. lyttae (lĭt′ē′)
A thin cartilaginous strip on the underside of the tongue of certain carnivorous mammals, such as dogs.
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En la misma linea que Lytta Basset, el teologo peruano Gustavo Gutierrez, en su obra sobre Job, protesta contra una cierta teologia que en la Biblia aparece en los labios de los amigos de Job: Elifaz, Bildad y Sofar, los teologos.
El caso de Job, segun Lytta Basset (20), manifiesta igualmente esta dimension.
Lytta Basset lo dice por experiencia: ningun humano--ni siquiera el conyuge--es capaz de aportar una consolacion en la medida de la perdida (23).
(7) Basset Lytta, Guerir du malheur, Albin Michel, Paris, 1999, p.
Basset, Lytta, Oser ta bienveillance, Albin Michel, Paris, 2014, p.
Remarks: This species was originally described as Lytta aratae and later designated as type species of the genus Wagneronota by Denier (1935a).
Selander (1960) suggested that the somewhat gregarious nature of Meloidae, including Lytta species, serves to maintain the adult beetles near nesting sites of host bees.
The nests of some of these families of Hymenoptera are hosts of larvae of other species of Lytta (Pinto & Bologna 1999).
Only 15 species of meloids including two species of Lytta (L.
New distributional records for some candidate species of Lytta in California (Coleoptera: Meloidae).
Bionomics, systematics, and phylogeny of Lytta, a genus of blister beetles (Coleoptera, Meloidae).