One of these many daughters was also said to have been the wife of the god
Poseidon, typically named as Amphitrite. Each of these nymphs was
the patroness of a particular spring, river, ocean, lake, pond, pasture, flower or cloud.
Acaste, Admete, Aethra, Amaltheia, Amphiro, Amphitrite - Usually counted as a goddess of the sea, Argia, Asia or Clymene - Nymph of the Asian region, sister to Europe
Callirrhoe, Calypso, Caphira, Cerceis, Ceto, Chryseis, Clio, Clymene, Clytie or Clytia
Daira, Dione, Doris - Oceanid of "pure water", wife of the sea god Nereus.
Eidyia or Idyia, Electra, Ephyra, Eudore, Europa, Eurynome
Ianira, Ianthe - Nymph of violet rain clouds or violet flowers
Melia, Meliboea, Menestho, Merope, Metis - Goddess of wisdom, first spouse of Zeus
Pasithoe, Peitho, Periboea, Perse or Perseis, Petraea, Philyra, Pleione - Mother of the Pleiades by Atlas, Plouto or Pluto - Mother of Tantalus
Rhode or Rhodia
Styx - Oceanid of the river Styx that flowed nine times around Hades the only female river spirit
Telesto, Thoe, Tyche