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Ichneumon insidiosus

Ichneumon insidiosus is a species belonging to the family of Ichneumonids of the subfamily Ichneumoninae. It was first described by Constantin Wesmael in 1844.

Markia hystrix

Markia of Hystrix-a kind of green grasshopper in the subfamily Phaneropterinae. It occurs in South America. The common name for this lichen Green grasshopper because he lives surrounded by lipids of lichens, on which he supports himself.

Meranoplus bicolor

Meranoplus bicolor, is one of the species of ants of the subfamily Myrmicinae. It is found in many Asian countries, where its habitat range from open grassland with open forest canopy. They nest in the ground, usually at the base of the plant. Th ...

Oxycera fallenii

Oxycera fallenii, Irish major, is a Palearctic species of soldier fly. Body length is 7.0 to 9.0.mm. Abdomen with three pairs of yellow spots, in addition to the yellow base and tip. Longitudinal stripes on srednicki not associated with the yello ...

Paracoenia fumosa

Paracoenia Fumosa is a species of fly in the family Ephydridae. It is found in the Palearctic.Sperm Nervure of the Russian Federation with 1-3 hairs. Abdomen: tergites with transverse gray-green stripes. For a long time.: 3.5 mm From may to Octob ...

Rhagoletis meigenii

Rhagoletis meigenii, common name barberry to fly or yellow barberry fruit fly, is a species of tephritid or fruit flies of the genus Rhagoletis of the family Tephritidae.

Tachina magnicornis

Tachina magnicornis is a species of fly in the genus Tachina of the family Tachinidae that can be found everywhere in Europe, except Belarus, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican city, and various European Islands.

Tephritis conura

Tephritis Conura is a species of fly in the family Tephritidae, of the gall flies. It is found in the Palearctic. The larvae feed on Thistle heterophyllum and oleraceum Thistle.

Tephritis formosa

This species occurs in most countries of Europe, and it is also happening in the middle East.

Tephritis vespertina

Tephritis Vespertina is a species of fly in the family Tephritidae, of the gall flies. It is found in the Palearctic. The larvae feed on Picris echioides.

Candoia bibroni

Common names: Bibrons bevel-nosed boa, Bibrons keel-scaled boa, Pacific tree boa, Fiji boa. Candoia bibroni is a nonvenomous boa species endemic to Melanesia and Polynesia. Currently, two subspecies are recognized, including the nominate subspeci ...

Cathetorhinus melanocephalus

Cathetorhinus melanocephalus is a species of snake in the family Gerrhopilidae. He may belong to the genus Rhinotyphlops, but the official appointments have not yet been published.

Draco sumatranus

Draco Sumatranus, viviparous lizard, gliding, is a species of agamid lizard endemic to Southeast Asia. It has elongated ribs and skin flaps on the sides of his body. When opened, these skin flaps allow it to glide between tree trunks.

Epictia goudotii

In Central America, E. goudotii is found in Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico Oaxaca, Nicaragua, and Panama. In South America it is found in Western Colombia, Venezuela and on the linked Islands.


As of may 2019 contains four species, all found in the United States: Anthrobia monmouthia Tellkampf, 1844 type – USA. Anthrobia warts Emerton, 1913 – USA. Whiteleyae Anthrobia Miller, 2005, USA. Anthrobia Coylei Miller, 2005, USA.

Dolomedes tenebrosus

Dolomedes tenebrosus, or dark fishing spider, fishing spider found in the United States and Canada. He is able to bite humans, but will work with people. In most cases the bite is no more severe than a bee or wasp sting.

Eriophora ravilla

Eriophora ravilla, tropical ORB weaver, is a species of ORB weaver family Araneidae spider. It ranges from USA to Brazil.

Hogna lenta

Hogna Lenta feeds primarily on small insects such as crickets, waxworms, and mealworms. If people can not find any of them, they will eat beetles and other small insects. When they reappeared in the yolk SAC, they eat small fruit flies, and each ...

Rabidosa punctulata

Rabidosa punctulata, the dotted wolf spider, is a species of spider in the family lycosidae. It is found in areas of weeds and tall grass. Its a light brown and large wolf spider with stripes on the cephalothorax and abdomen with white spots and ...

Scytodes longipes

They do longipes is a species of spitting spider family Scytodidae. It is in South America, was introduced in the Pacific Islands, Guinea, Congo, Indonesia and Australia.

Auckland snipe

Auckland island Snipe is a small bird in the Sandpiper family. It is the isolated nominate subspecies of the subantarctic snipe that is endemic to the Auckland Islands in sub-Antarctic Islands South of New Zealand in the southern ocean.

Malabar starling

Malabar Starling is a species of Starling found in South-West India. Previously considered a subspecies of the chestnut tail Starling.

Otago shag

In Otago Step, together with step Fouo formerly known as Stewart island and step in the dark phase bronze is one step from the step types are now found only in coastal Otago, New Zealand.

Pseudocalanus minutus

Small copepods, a female, usually between 1 and 2.15 mm of 0.085 and 0.039 In, and the man, usually between.85 and 1.6 mm 0.033 and 0.063 in length.

Astronesthes niger

Astronesthes Niger, commonly known as a snaggletooth, is a species of small, deep sea fish of the family Stomiidae. It occurs in tropical and subtropical parts of the Atlantic ocean, the Caribbean sea and the Gulf of Mexico, Indian ocean and West ...

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