The chelone Glabra as pressed by me gives no idea of the beautiful dead-white flower, something like a foxglove only more compact.
So he had chelone turned into a tortoise, so that she might never be able to laugh again.
All of them came to the wedding, except one nymph named chelone.
The chelone obliqua, with its white flowers, was likewise very common.
I have not seen the butterfly for many weeks, but among the stalks of chelone I find the webs which shelter its children.
On the sea coast there is the leathery turtle (Dermochelis) and also the green turtle (chelone).
A chelone, three feet long, was brought us, remarkable for seven shields on the middle of its back.
Among the more important genera are Dermochelys, chelone, and Testudo.