TAPIO - an East Finnish forest spirit or god, who figured prominently in the Kalevala. Hunters prayed to him before a hunt. His wife is the goddess of the forest, Mielikki. He was the father of Annikki, Tellervo, Nyyrikki (the god of hunting), and Tuulikki. Fitting the Green Man archetype, Tapio is often depicted with a beard of lichen and eyebrows of moss. (Sources: 1 2)
seamusfnnigan: “Finnish mythology series: Ukko and Akka “Ukko is the god of thunder, sky and weather in Finnish mythology. He is often pictured as the supreme god, the king of other gods. The Finnish...
Näkki- Finnish myth: a water spirit that takes the form of a woman with three breasts or alternatively into a silvery fish, horse or a hound. It can also appear as beautiful from the front, but hairy and ugly from the back. It grabs young children who lean over the docks too far.
A Vittra (plural: Vittror) is a type of Vættr (wight) from northern Sweden. A Vættr is a nature spirit, a type of mythological creature very common in Scandinavian mythology. Elves, Dwarves and Jötnar are Vættir. Experts are not certain if Vittra, Huldra and Näcken can be grouped together or not because all three of them support nature against humans and dangers.
the Hamadryades - each of nymphs presided over a particularly type of tree: Karya (nut), Kraneia (cherry), Morea (mulberry), Ptelea (elm), Syke (fig), Balanis (holm), Aigeiros (black poplar) and Ampelos (vine, including the wild grape)
Landvættir ("land wights") are spirits of the land in Norse mythology and in Germanic paganism. They protect and promote the flourishing of the specific places where they live, which can be as small as a rock or a corner of a field, or as large as a section of a country. (Landvaettir by UnripeHamadryad)