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Ohio State Route 187

State route 187 is 8.22 km North–South highway in the Central part of the U.S. state of Ohio. South terminal CP 187 is T-intersection with SR 56 approximately 4.25 km to the North-West of London. Its Northern Terminus is at a T-intersection with ...

Ohio State Route 323

State route 323 is a state highway East–West in southwest Ohio. State route 323S Western Terminus is at state route 41 South Solon. Its Eastern Terminus is at state route 56 to the North-West of mount sterling.

Nebraska, Ohio

Nebraska was originally called the store hedges, after its owner Andrew hedges. A post office called the Store the fence was created in 1854, the name was changed to Nebraska in 1862, and the post office was discontinued in 1902. Nebraska was nam ...

Ohio State Route 180

Highway 180 is 29.55 km-long East–West highway in the southern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. SR 180 West Terminus T-intersection with SR 159, about 5 miles northeast of Chillicothe. Its Eastern Terminus at a diamond exchange with the U.S. route ...

Ohio State Route 138

State route 138 is a state highway East–West in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. Its Western Terminus is at the intersection of SR 134 in the city of Buford and its Eastern Terminus at the intersection of U.S. 22 East of Williamsport.

Ohio State Route 316

State route 316 is 14.05 km-long highway, located in Pickaway County, Ohio. The East–West route goes from SR 56 to five category points township Monroe in CP 752 in Ashville.

Ohio State Route 361

State route 361 is a 4.67-mile-long freeway entirely located in the village of Pickaway County, Ohio. The route connects with us 23 from SR 159 North of Kingston.

Ohio State Route 752

State route 752 is a state highway East–West in the South-Central part of Ohio. In the Western end of SR 752 controlled T-intersection with us 23 on the Northern edge of South Bloomfield, and its Eastern Terminus at SR 674 approximately 7 miles E ...

Ohio State Route 762

State route 762 is a state highway East–West in Central Ohio, a U.S. state. The highways Western Terminus on a regulated intersection with a parallel highway 62 and SR 3 just 0.25 miles South from the border village of harrisburg. SR 762s Eastern ...

Atka mackerel

In the Atka mackerel is a mackerel in the family Hexagrammidae. The rasp common in the North Pacific ocean and are one of only two members of the genus Pleurogrammus - the other rasp Arabesque. In the Atka mackerel was named in honor of Atka isla ...

Bicolored false moray

Not to be confused with the bicolor false Moray On the bicolor false Moray, false Moray bicolor false Moray, or bicolor eel, Chlopsis bicolor, is an eel in the family Chlopsidae. He was described by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque in 1810. Is a sub ...

Centrolabrus melanocercus

Melanocercus Centrolabrus, black-tailed wrasse, is a species of marine ray-finned fish of the family Labridae, the wrasses, which is located in the Mediterranean sea and the Marmara sea. This species was formally described in 1810 as Lutjanus mel ...

Lepidorhombus boscii

Four spot megrim is a species of flatfish in the family Scophthalmidae. It is in depths from 7 to 800 m in the North-Eastern Atlantic and the Mediterranean sea. It can be separated from its close relative, megrim or odor, dark spots on the back o ...

Rufus snake-eel

The Rufus snake-eel, the eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque in 1810, originally under the genus Echelus. Is a Maritime, sub-tropical eel which is known from around the Mediterranean and the Black sea ...

Saffron cod

In the salmon trout is a fish closely related to the true cod. It is dark gray-green to brown, with spots on the sides and gentle on the stomach. It can grow up to 60 cm and weigh up to 1.3 kg. Its range spans the North Pacific, from Korea and th ...

Scaly dragonfish

Scaly dragonfish boa or a dragon, medium in size and abyssal barbeled dragon family Stomiidae. It is located at great depths around the world in tropical to temperate oceans, but not in the North Pacific ocean and the northwestern part of the Atl ...

Cyzenis albicans

Cyzenis albicans is a species of fly in the family Tachinidae. In the parasitoid, it lays its eggs on the leaves of oak, maple, birch and other trees, so that when the leaves are eaten by larvae of the host, the winter moth eggs hatch into larvae ...

Huebneria affinis

Huebneria affinis is a Palaearctic species tachinid fly in the genus Huebneria of the family Tachinidae. The species was first described by Carl Fredrik died in 1810. He is a parasite of moths, such as Arctiс Kakha, laying its eggs in the larvae, ...

Lonchoptera bifurcata

Lonchoptera bifurcata-a species of spear-winged or pointed-winged flies in the family Lonchopteridae. It has a Holarctic distribution and is present in Europe, Asia and North America.

Nemorilla floralis

Chest shows a few black stripes, with a broader Central stripe. Head and hairy body. The color scheme of the body from light gray or beige to Black. The abdomen is speckled. The wings are partially darkened. Adults can be found from may until Jul ...

Triarthria setipennis

Albania, Andorra, Belarus, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Ukraine, UK. intr ...

Voria ruralis

Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Madeira, Moldova, Netherlands, Northern Macedonia, Norway ...

Alessandria Cathedral

The Alessandria Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Cathedral in Alessandria, Piedmont, Italy, in honor of saints Peter and Mark. It is the seat of the Bishop of Alexandria.

1811 New York lieutenant gubernatorial special election

Lieutenant Governor John Broome died in August of 1810 and the Constitution of 1777 provided for a new election if a vacancy occurred in the Governor or in the office of the Governor-General.

African hoopoe

The African hoopoe is a species of hoopoe in the Upupidae family. Previously considered a subspecies of the hoopoe, due to his vocalizations and slight differences in plumage, but it is otherwise similar to other species. The species was describe ...

Saron marmoratus

Saron marmoratus, marble shrimp, is a species of "shrimp" of the family Thoridae, although its taxonomic position is subject to some controversy so much power that she is a member of the family Hippolytidae of the word LATO. It is normally found ...

Anoplius americanus

Anoplius americanus approximately 20 mm in length. It is almost completely black, except for bright orange spots on second and third segments of the abdomen, which particularly distinguished.

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