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Pisidium hibernicum

2.5-3.5 mm. shell is very inflated convex hence the common name globular pea shell. Central umbos prominent. In periostracum surface is silky glossy and sculpted fine, regular striae. In color it is grayish-brownish color white, often with scatte ...

Boiga dightoni

Boiga dightoni, commonly known as the Pirmad cat, or snake Travancore cat snake, is a species of rear-fanged colubrid endemic to the Western Ghats of India.

Apobrata

Apobrata is a monotypic genus of South-East Asia, dwarf spiders, containing a single species, scutila Apobrata. It was first described by A. J. Miller in 2004, and has been found in the Philippines.

Ashtabula (spider)

As at June 2019 contains nine species found in Central America, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, Venezuela and Mexico: Ashtabula sexguttata Simon, 1901 – Brazil. Ashtabula Montana Chickering, 1946 – Panama. Ashtabula dentichelis Simon, 1901 – Venezuela ...

Atypena

As of may 2019 contains eight types: Atypena cracatoa Millidge, 1995 – Indonesia Krakatau. Atypena pale Millidge, 1995 – Thailand. Atypena adelinae Barrion & Litsinger, 1995 – Philippines. Superciliosa Atypena Simon, 1894 type – Philippines. Atyp ...

Balmaceda (spider)

As at June 2019 contains eleven species found in Central America, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador and Mexico: Balmaceda PICTA Peckham & Peckham, 1894 type – Guatemala to Colombia. Balmaceda reducta Chickering, 1946 – Panama. Minor Balmaceda ...

Breda (spider)

As at June 2019 includes thirteen species are found in South America, Panama, Mexico and Trinidad: Breda bicruciata Mello-leitão a, 1943 – Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina. Breda Modest Taczanowski, 1878 Peru, Brazil, Guyana, Paraguay, Argentina. Vario ...

Carpathonesticus fodinarum

Females have a yellowish prosoma with a darker eye zone and yellow-opisthosoma grey with an intricate pattern. In the prosoma slightly longer in men than women solitaire: 2.2–2.3 mm in males, 2-2.2 mm in females.

Carpathonesticus hungaricus

Females have a pale yellowish prosoma pattern blackish, in some specimens absent, and the sternum and legs pale reddish-yellow. In the prosoma has a length of 1.6–2.2 mm 1.9 mm in males. On opisthosoma grey with blackish pattern that is absent in ...

Carpathonesticus puteorum

Carpathonesticus puteorum is a type of araneomorph spiders of the family Nesticidae. It is found in Romanian caves at the height from 460 to 930 m.

Emenista

Emenista is monotypic Asian dwarf spiders, containing one species, Emenista bisinuosa. It was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1894, and has been found in India.

Erigone dentosa

Dentosa erigone is one of the dwarf species of spider in the family linyphiidae. It is in a range from the USA to Guatemala, and was introduced in Belgium.

Fuentes (spider)

Fuentes is a genus of jumping spiders, which was first described by George and Elizabeth Peckham in 1894. As of June 2019 it contains only two species, found only in Central America and Mexico: F. F. Pertinax and the Yucatan.

Goleta (spider)

Goleta is a genus of Madagascan jumping spiders that was first described by George and Elizabeth Peckham in 1894. As of June 2019 it contains only two species, found only in Madagascar: G. G. peckhami and workmani.

Haplinis

As of may 2019 contains thirty-nine species in Australia and New Zealand: Haplinis diloris Urquhart, 1886 – New Zealand. Haplinis minutissima blest, 1979 – New Zealand. Haplinis marplesi blest & Vink, 2003 – New Zealand. Main Haplinis blest, 1979 ...

Hypselistes

As of may 2019 contains nine species and one subspecies, found in Canada, China, Japan, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Russia, and the United States: Hypselistes basarukini Marusik & Leech, 1993 – Russia Sakhalin. Hypselistes asiaticus Bosenberg & strand, ...

Hypselocara

Hypselocara is a monotypic genus of South American dwarf spiders, contain the only species altissimum Hypselocara. It was first described by Alfred Frank Millidge in 1991, and was only discovered in Venezuela.

Laestrygones (spider)

As of may 2019 contains six species from New Zealand and Tasmania: Setosus Laestrygones Hickman, 1969 – Australia, Tasmania. Westlandicus Laestrygones Forster, 1970 – New Zealand. Laestrygones Otagoensis Forster, 1970 – New Zealand. Laestrygones ...

Lasiargus

As of may 2019 contains four species, found in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia and Russia: Lasiargus Jouy Eskov & Marusik, 1994 – Russia far East. Hirsutus Lasiargus mengue, 1869 type – Europe, Russia, Europe to the far East, Kyrgyzstan. Pilipes ...

Lygarina

As of may 2019 contains five species, found in Argentina, Brazil, Peru and Venezuela: Lygarina Caracasana Simon, 1894 – Venezuela. Lygarina aurantiaca Simon, 1905 – Argentina. Lygarina silvicola Millidge, 1991 – Brazil. In Lygarina Nitida Simon, ...

Mecynargus

As of may 2019 contains fifteen types: Mecynargus tungusicus Eskov, 1981 – Russia, Kyrgyzstan, China, Canada. Borealis Mecynargus Jackson, 1930 – Canada, Northern Europe, Russia And Siberia. Mecynargus minutipalpis Gnelitsa, 2011 – Ukraine, Russi ...

Mecynidis

Mecynidis is a genus of African spiders dwarf, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1894. Originally placed in a ball-Orb, it was moved to linyphiidae With in 1964.

Mendoza (spider)

As at June 2019 contains nine species, found only in Africa, Asia and Europe: Mendoza canestrinii of Ninni, like 1868 – southern Europe, North Africa to Central Asia, China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam. Mendoza Zebra Logunov & Wesolowska, 1992 – Russia ...

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