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Hylaeus modestus

Hylaeus Modestus, usually known as humble bees, masked or yellow-faced bee, is a species of Hymenoptera in the family Colletidae. It is found in North America.

Megachile pugnata

Megachile pugnata is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae. It was described by say in 1837. Woman: 12-18 mm, Male 11-13 mm. Adults are active from June to September. Visits the flowers of several families, a specialist in Asteraceae pollen ...

Oligotoma saundersii

Adult males of this species have long, narrow wings while the adult females are flightless. The body of the male is dark brown-black color with a slight yellowish tinge, especially near the joints of the extremities. In the Male, the head is ligh ...

Oncotylus setulosus

Oncotylus setulosus is one of the types of bugs slepakov belonging to the family Miridae, subfamily Phylinae. He is in Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Moldova, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine and other States of the ...

Orthops montanus

Orthops Montanus is a species of beetles belonging to the family Miridae, subfamily Mirinae that can be found in Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Liechtenstein, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Switzerland, Ukraine, Western Europe and all th ...

Paracletus cimiciformis

Cimiciformis Paracletus is a species of aphid with a complex life cycle. Its main host plant is Pistacia and secondary host is the grass, where it is present on the roots. Here it is associated with the Ant and part of its lifecycle spend in the ...

Peponapis pruinosa

Peponapis pruinosa-species of solitary bees in the Eucerini tribe long-horned bees. Common name Eastern cucurbit bee. It can be called squash bees, but this name can also be applied to other species in its genus, as well as other squash bees of t ...

Piezodorus guildinii

Piezodorus guildinii, known as the red-banded stink bug, is a species of stink bug in the family Pentatomidae. Other common names include the small green stink bug and the alfalfa plant bug. Krasnopolsky bugs are Neotropical and geographical dist ...

Pison spinolae

Like all insects, P. spinolae has a hard exoskeleton, one pair of antennae and three pairs of legs. Those legs are as strong as they should be able to carry the spiders back to their nests for their young. It has a segmented body divided into thr ...

Pristiphora erichsonii

Pristiphora erichsonii, the larch Sawfly, a species of Sawfly. The adult Sawfly resembles a black Wasp, is about ½ inch in length with a thick waist and brown to orange markings on the abdomen. Larvae have black heads, gray-green body with a whit ...

Scolia dubia

Scola four-spotted chaser scolia dubia, also known as the blue-winged Wasp, is a 2.0–2.5-centimeter long Wasp that ranges from New England to Florida and West to the Rocky mountains in North America. Head, thorax and first two segments of abdomen ...

Svastra obliqua

These three subspecies belong to the species of Svastra obliqua: Svastra obliqua say, 1837. Svastra obliqua expurgata Yes, 1925. Svastra obliqua caliginosa Cresson, 1878.

Trimerotropis verruculata

Verruculata Trimerotropis, known usually as the crackling forest grasshopper or cracker grasshopper, the-winged grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in North America.

Xylocoris galactinus

X galactinus is a species of bugs in the family Lyctocoridae. It is found in Europe and Northern Asia, North America and Oceania.

Zethus spinipes

These two subspecies are the same species spinipes Zet: Spinipes g z b. Spinipes variegatus Zet de Saussure, 1852 g B. Data sources: I = ITIS C = "catalogue of life", g = GBIF, b = Bugguide.net

Ctenophorus decresii

Ctenophorus decresii, also known as Tony crevice-dragon, or red dragon, one species of lizard in the family Agamidae. The species is endemic to Australia.

Striped swamp snake

Striped swamp snake also known as the African swamp snake, is a species of colubrid snakes. This is one of two members of the genus Dromophis. It is in several African countries, including Burkina Faso, Senegal, Guinea Bissau, Mali, côte divoire, ...

Uromacer catesbyi

Including the nominotypical subspecies, the eight subspecies recognized as valid. Uromacer Catesbyi Schlegel, 1837. Uromacer Catesbyi frondicolor Schwartz, 1970. Uromacer Catesbyi inchausteguii Schwartz, 1970. Uromacer Catesbyi insulaevaccarum Sc ...

Agelena orientalis

Agelena orientalis can reach a total length of 11-13.6 mm 0.43–0.54 in males, 12.2–17.7 mm 0.48–0.70 in females. Coloration yellowish, with a characteristic pattern in the upper abdomen. These spiders trap their victims by weaving entangling non- ...

Anasaitis canosa

Anasaitis Canosa, previously of the genus Corythalia, is a small jumping spider that is usually found in leaf litter or man-made structures such as fences and exterior walls. This species is better known as the double flag jumping spider due to t ...

Arkys lancearius

Arkys lancearius, triangular spider, common Australian spiders belonging to the family Arkyidae. Its an ambush hunter, often found resting on the leaves of ferns or hanging from a few strands of silk. Two pairs of front legs large, suitable to ca ...

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