Myrrha (disambiguation)

Myrrha (disambiguation)

Myrrha is the mother of Adonis in Greek mythology.

Myrrha may also refer to

  • 381 Myrrha, a very large main-belt asteroid.
  • Libythea myrrha, a butterfly of India.
  • Myrrha (beetle), a genus of ladybug beetles.
    • Myrrha octodecimguttata a species of ladybug.
  • Polyommatus myrrha, a butterfly of Turkey and the Caucuses.
  • MYRRHA, a developmental nuclear reactor designed by SCK•CEN.

See also

  • Myrrh, a bitter fragrance extracted from myrrh-trees



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