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Pristurus flavipunctatus

Pristurus flavipunctatus, also known as Ruppells semaphore Gecko, or the Middle East, long-legged Gecko, is a species of lizard in the family Sphaerodactylidae found in Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan, Eritrea and Jordan.

Gasteracantha diardi

Females of this species have a very wide abdomen, much wider than long, giving them a horizontal view that is compounded by their spines. They have three pairs of spines on the abdomen. First the front pair, usually small and conical. The second ...

Oonops pulcher

Oonops pulcher tiny spider. Its six eyes are located closely together, giving the impression of only one eye. Spider bleak light red, with reddish-whitish abdomen, and found in bird nests, under stones and under the bark of trees, and in the netw ...

Bat star

Bat star, also known as sea bat, webbed star, and broad-disk star, is one of the species of starfish in the family Asterinidae. It usually has five arms, with the disc centre of animals is much wider than the stubby arms are in length. Although b ...

St John the Baptists Church, Brighton

SV. John the Baptist is a Roman Catholic Church in the kemptown area of the English city of Brighton and Hove. It was the first Catholic Church built in Brighton after the Catholic emancipation in the early 19th century were removed restrictions ...

St. Peter Cathedral, Riobamba

St. Peters Cathedral and the Cathedral of Riobamba the name that receives the temple is associated with the Catholic Church, which is on 5 June between Veloz and josé Espejo in Riobamba, province of Chimborazo in the South American country of Ecu ...

St Marys Church, Sunderland

St. Marys Church is a Roman Catholic parish Church in the town centre, Sunderland, Tyne and wear, located on the corner of bridge street and St Marys way. This building is a monument of architecture of type II, designed by Ignatius Bonomi. Built ...

Bartail jawfish

Sponges bartail is a type of sponge known only from reefs in the Atlantic ocean off the coast of southern Brazil. This species can reach a length of 11.4 cm SL. The specific name is in honor of the French naturalist Georges Cuvier.

Hornlip mullet

In hornlip mullet is a fish of the mullet family from the Indo-Pacific region from the red sea to Micronesia. It is the only species in the monospecific genus Plicomugil.

Liza carinata

Liza Carinata, keeled mullet, is a species of mullets of the family Mugilidae, which is located in the Western Indian ocean and the Eastern Mediterraean sea. It colonized the Mediterranean via Lessepsian migration from the red sea through the Sue ...

Red Sea sailfin tang

Zebrasoma Desjardinii grows to a maximum length of 40 cm 16 In, sexual dimorphism, as males are larger than females. This view shows the typical morphology of the family Acanthuridae. The body is oval or disc-shaped, with erectile and greatly ele ...

Amphigerontia contaminata

Amphigerontia contaminata is a species of Psocoptera from the family Stenopsocidae that you can find in England, and sometimes Ireland. They are also common in countries such as Austria, Belgium, Canary Islands, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, ...

Angiopolybia pallens

Angiopolybia pallens is a species of social wasps found mainly in South America. Wasps, usually seen in the Brazilian jungle. This species was discovered by Lepeletier in 1836. It usually feeds on nectar and carrion. In fact, most of their food b ...

Cotesia congregata

Cotesia congregata is a parasitoid wasp of the genus Cotesia. Kind especially noted for its use of polydnaviruses. Parasitoid differ from true parasites in that a parasitoid will eventually kill their host or otherwise sterilize it.

Elipsocus hyalinus

Elipsocus hyalinus is a species of Psocoptera from Elipsocidae family that can be found in the UK and Ireland. They are also common in countries such as Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, ...

Formica subsericea

Formica Subsericea is a species of ants of the genus Formica. It is located in the Eastern part of the United States and Canada. Workers of this species are incredibly fast and quite timid. Workers of this species usually work as slaves in the co ...

Hemerobius stigma

Hemerobius stigma is a species of brown lacewing family Hemerobiidae. It is found in Europe and Northern Asia, and North America.

Svenders

As minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number on the minor planet Center groups, internal audit, and the discoverers can then submit names for them after the internal audit naming. The list below concerns those mino ...

Mermitelocerus schmidtii

This species is present in most countries of Europe. It can also be found in the Caucasus and Central Asia.

Mesopsocus immunis

Mesopsocus immunis-species of Psocoptera from Mesopsocidae family that can be found throughout Western Europe and in Hungary.

Metylophorus nebulosus

Metylophorus nebulosus is a species of Psocoptera from Mesopsocidae family that can be found in the UK and Ireland. They can also be found in Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, ...

Micromus angulatus

Micromus angulatus is a species of brown lacewing family Hemerobiidae. Its found in Africa, Europe and Northern Asia, North America and South Asia.

Nannotrigona testaceicornis

Nannotrigona testaceicornis in the social stingless bee species of the order Hymenoptera and genus Nannotrigona. Its local name is irai abelhas. This species has a large geographic distribution and occupies different biomes, including urban areas ...

Peripsocus phaeopterus

Peripsocus phaeopterus is a species of Psocoptera from the family Peripsocidae, which can be found in the UK and Ireland. Kind of black color.

Polistes rubiginosus

But rubiginosus is a species of polistine paper WASP found in the United States. It has long been known under the name of P. perplexus. It occurs from the Northern States of Maryland, Pennsylvania in the Northern part of Ohio, South to Florida an ...

Prenolepis imparis

Prenolepis imparis, commonly known as the winter ant, false honey ant, or the false bait of ANT-species of ants of the genus Prenolepis. The species is found in North America, from Canada to Mexico, nesting deep in the ground. Unusual among ants, ...

Schwarziana quadripunctata

Schwarziana Quadripunctata is a small, stingless bees found at the site of South America the Amazon from Goias, Brazil, through Paraguay, Misiones province, Argentina. This highly social insects design earthen nests in the underground level of th ...

Stenacris vitreipennis

Stenacris vitreipennis, usually known as glassy-winged toothpick grasshopper or glass wings of the locust has the form of a spur in the throat with a toothpick grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in North America and South America.

Stenopsocus immaculatus

Stenopsocus Immaculatus is a species of Psocoptera from the family Stenopsocidae that you can find in the UK and Ireland. Appearance yellowish-black.

Tapinoma sessile

Tapinoma sessile is a kind of small ant that goes by the common names odorous house ant, sugar ant, stink ANT and coconut. Their colony is polydomous and polygynous. Like many social insects, T. sessile uses complex strategy of foraging, allocate ...

Valenzuela flavidus

Valenzuela flavidus-species of Psocoptera of the family Caeciliusidae which can be found in the United Kingdom, sometimes Ireland. They are also common in Austria, Azores, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canary Islands, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germ ...

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