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Xysticus triguttatus

Xysticus triguttatus, three-banded crab spider, is a species of crab spider in the family Thomisidae. Found in USA and Canada.

Aaptos papillata

Aaptos papillata-view of sea sponge belonging to the family Suberitidae. This species was first described in 1880. It is native to North-Eastern part of the Atlantic ocean, the English channel and the Mediterranean sea.

Anheteromeyenia argyrosperma

Anheteromeyenia argyrosperma is found in flowing water non-flowing and still habitats. As a rule, in waters of about neutral PH with low to moderate alkalinity and high conductivity at a temperature of from 9 to 23 °C. They are sessile suspension ...

Chondrocladia concrescens

Chondrocladia concrescens, this carnivorous sponge family Cladorhizidae. It is believed that the object, known as the Eltanin antenna can be an individual of this species. Alexander Agassiz described the sponge as a "long stem ending in ramifying ...

Saint Mary of the Assumption Church, Rectory, School and Convent (Brookline, Massachusetts)

St Mary of the assumption Church, rectory, School and convent is a historic temple complex at 67 Harvard street, and 3 and 5 Linden place, in Brookline, Massachusetts. It was the first Roman Catholic Church in Brooklyn, and the first in the count ...

Nuestra Senora de Luz Church and Cemetery

The Church of Nuestra Senora de Luz and cemetery is a historic Church building 13 miles Southeast of, North of interstate-25 frontage road Santa Fe at Canoncito, new Mexico. It was built in 1880 and added to the national register of historic plac ...

St. Hyacinths Cathedral

The Cathedral of St. hyacinth is also called the Cathedral of St. Hyacinth Confessor-it is a religious building of the Catholic Church, which was built in 1880. It is located in the city of Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec in Eastern Canada, it is the mai ...

St. Josephs Church (Fall River, Massachusetts)

Church. Joseph is a historic Church located at 1355 North main street in fall river, Massachusetts. Designed by notable Church architect Patrick C. Keeley, it was built in 1880 in neo-Gothic style. He was added to the national register of histori ...

San Vittore, Calcio

The construction of the Church began in 1770, but was interrupted in 1792, and does not restart until 1833. The projects of the architect Bianconi was not completed until 1880. The façade was completed with the accumulation of pilasters, roofs an ...

Heterocarpus ensifer

Heterocarpus ensifer is a species of deepwater shrimp. In the nominotypical subspecies is found in Atlantic ocean from Spain and Madeira to Angola and from North Carolina to the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean sea, other subspecies occur in the Paci ...

Ancistrus maculatus

Ancistrus maculatus is a tropical fish belonging to the armored catfish family, the name ancistrus derives from the Greek word akgistron which means hook in relation to its interopercular odontodes. This fish has a distinctive armored plates of h ...

Barbodes montanoi

Barbodes montanoi-species of cyprinid fish endemic to the Simulao river in Mindanao, Philippines. This species can reach a length of 9 inches TL.

Blind goby

The blind goby is a fish of the goby family, the only species in the genus Typhlogobius. It is native to the coast of southern California in the United States and Baja California in Mexico, where it usually lives in the burrows of shrimps of the ...

Rhabdosargus holubi

Rhabdosargus Holubi in the Cape stumpnose, is a species of fish in the carp family, Sparidae. It is native to South Africa, where it can be found mainly along the East coast of South Africa. This fish is usually about 15 inches in length, but sam ...

Deepwater dab

Deepwater DAB is kamalabari Flatfish family. It is a bathydemersal fish that lives on the bottom at a depth of 155 to 1.636 m. It can reach a length of 10.7 cm Its habitat is the Western Atlantic and Caribbean, from New England, USA, South throug ...

Ambassis jacksoniensis

Ambassis Jacksoniensis, commonly known as the Port Jackson GlassFish or Port Jackson perchlet, is a species of fish in the Ambassidae family native to Eastern Australia. It gets its common name from its transparent appearance.

Quillfish

In the quillfish, Ptilichthys goodei, is a type of the body of these fish, the only species in the genus Ptilichthys and family Ptilichthyidae. It is an elongated, eel-like fish, which reaches 34 cm in length. It is native to the North Pacific oc ...

Sebastes chrysomelas

Sebastes Chrysomelas, commonly known as black-and-yellow grouper is a species of marine fish in the family Sebastidae. It is found in rocky areas in the Pacific ocean near California and Sinaloa. Although it is similar in appearance to the China ...

Shortfin saury

In the shortfin saury is known in the marine environment within the range of depths of bottom of about 1 – 70 meters. This species is native to the tropical environment. The maximum recorded length of shortfin saury as the male embryos is approxi ...

Shortfinned worm eel

In shortfinned eel worm eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by William John Mclay in 1881, originally under the genus Muraenichthys. It is a marine, temperate water-dwelling eel which is known from Australia, in the South-Western Pac ...

Andricus quercuscalifornicus

Quercuscalifornicus Andricus, or California wasp, a small wasp species that induces galls oak Apple on white oaks, mainly in the valley of oak and other species such as oak berberidifolia. He is from Washington, Oregon, and California to Northern ...

Barbitistes obtusus

Barbitistes obtusus, common name southern saw-tailed Bush-cricket or Alpine saw a Bush-cricket, is a species of crickets in the family Phaneropteridae the subfamily Phaneropterinae.

Cardiocondyla emeryi

Cardiocondyla emeryi is a species of ant in the subfamily Myrmicinae. There are two subspecies recognized. The type subspecies is found in many countries, thanks to its large assortment.

Cinara cupressi

CINARA cupressi, the Cypress aphid, brown soft-bodied aphids. It sucks the SAP from branches of coniferous trees, and can cause damage to trees, from discoloring of the affected twig to the death of the tree. This insect appears to have originate ...

Coleotichus blackburniae

Coleotichus blackburniae is one of the insect species of the family Scutelleridae, jewel errors. It is commonly known as Koa, the Koa bug or a bad bug. It has been dubbed the stinkless stink bug for its lack of foul-smelling defensive chemicals p ...

Ioba leopardina

Ioba leopardina is an African species of cicadas. They are 4-5 cm long, including the wings, and with a mottled grey camouflage color. According remote this species is found nearly throughout the Ethiopian region, but apparently it is absent in M ...

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