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List of Leonese monarchs

In the reign of Ordoño I of Asturias, the kingdom began to be known as that of León. In 910, an independent Kingdom of León was founded when the king of Asturias divided his territory amongst his three sons. Below follows a list of Leonese monarchs, it is, in part, a continuation of the list of Asturian monarchs. The follow dynasts are descendants, in the male line, of Raymond of Burgundy. Henry II was the illegitimate son of Alfonso XI, he was made duke of Trastámara. The colors denotes the monarchs from the: - Astur-Leonese Dynasty; the Aristocracy in Twelfth-Century León and Castile. Cambridge University Press, 1997. Appendix I: "The Counts of Twelfth Century León and Castile", pp. 235–302. List of Spanish monarchs Kings of Spain family tree Kingdom of León Lists of incumbents

Diloma zelandicum

Diloma zelandicum is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Trochidae, the top snails or top shells. The height of the shell attains its diameter 25 mm; the imperforate shell has an orbiculate-conoidal shape. The six whorls are separated by impressed sutures; the whorls are convex, greenish-black and shining. They are spirally sulcate; the body whorl is much dilated depressed above, rounded in the middle obliquely striate, obsoletely transversely sulcate convex beneath. The aperture is lirate within; the acute lip is green. The basal margin is thickened within; the white columella is compressed and arcuate. The columellar callus is broadly subdepressed at the place of the umbilicus; this marine species is endemic to New Zealand and occurs off North Island, South Island and Stewart Island. It has been reported from Tasmania. Powell A. W. B. New Zealand Mollusca, William Collins Publishers Ltd, New Zealand 1979 ISBN 0-00-216906-1 Spencer H. G. Marshall B. A. & Waters J. M. Systematics and phylogeny of a new cryptic species of Diloma Philippi from a novel habitat, the bull kelp holdfast communities of southern New Zealand.

Invertebrate Systematics 23: 19–25. "Diloma zelandica". Gastropods.com. Retrieved 3 July 2011

The Pale Pacific

The Pale Pacific is an indie rock/powerpop band based in Bellingham, Washington. The Pale Pacific began as a collaboration between Gabe Archer and his cousin Cameron Nicklaus, with Archer on piano/keyboards and Nicklaus on drums; the band has released 4 full-length LPs, 1 EP, 1 split, 1 full-length live recording. They are best known for the LPs Gravity Gets Things Done and Urgency, released on SideCho Records; the band has not broken up, but it plays shows. First Attempt at World Domination - Always Never Records Another Innovative Idea for the People on the Go - Always Never Records Gravity Gets Things Done - Always Never Records, - SideCho Records The Pale/Copeland split EP - SideCho Records Rules Are Predictable EP - SideCho Records Urgency - SideCho Records There Is a Cover Song EP - Released as a free download There Is a Song Headed Straight for Your Face - Recorded live at The Crocodile on August 11, 2007 ¡Policia!: A Tribute to the Police - Walking on the MoonLive From the Morning Alternative Vol. 2, The End 107.7 - Gravity Gets Things Done Gabe Archer – lead vocals, keyboard Cameron Nicklaus – guitar Justin Harcus – bass Greg Swinehart – drums, background vocals Jared Archer – bass, guitar Lance Fisher – bass Ryan Worsley – bass Nate Beede – guitar The Pale Pacific's official website The Pale Pacific on MySpace The Pale Pacific on Facebook