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Rugathodes sexpunctatus

Rugathodes sexpunctatus is a minute species of spider in the family Theridiidae, cobweb or tangle-web spiders. This family includes clinically important genus Latrodectus - the widow spiders. Species in the genus Rugathodes too small to be danger ...

Scytodes univittata

They do univittata is a species of spitting spider family Scytodidae. He is in Egypt, Iran, India, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, was introduced to Hawaii, Mexico, Cuba, Venezuela, Brazil, Paraguay, Chile, Costa Blanca, Spain.

Sougambus

Sougambus is a monotypic genus of the North American sheet weavers, containing a single species, Sougambus bostoniensis. It was first described by C. R. Crosby and S. C. Bishop in 1936, and was discovered only in Canada and the United States.

Souidas

Souidas is a monotypic genus of the North American sheet weavers, containing a single species, Souidas tibia. It was first described by C. R. Crosby and S. C. Bishop in 1936, and was recognized in the United States.

Thelacantha

Thelacantha is a genus of Orb-weaver spiders, containing a single species, Thelacantha brevispina. It was first described by A. V. M. van Hasselt in 1882, and has been found in Australia, Madagascar and South Asia from India to the Philippines, i ...

Wixia

Wixia is a genus of South American Orb weaver spiders first described by O. Pickard-Cambridge in 1882, containing one species, Wixia abdominal syndrome. There used to be a lot more, but they were all displaced, dispersed between Ocrepeira, Alpaid ...

Xeropigo

As of April 2019 contains seventeen types: Xeropigo rheimsae de Souza & bonaldo of 2007, Brazil. Xeropigo brescoviti de Souza & Bonaldo 2007, – Bolivia. Xeropigo of Pachitea de Souza & bonaldo of 2007, Peru, Brazil. Oxente Xeropigo Carvalho, Shim ...

Zimiris

Zimiris is a genus of ground spiders, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1882. As of June 2019 it contains only two species, found in the Caribbean, Africa, South America, Asia, Germany, Mexico and the island of St. Helena: Z. dif ...

Mycale laevis

Mycale laevis, the orange icing sponge or orange undercoat sponge, is a species of marine demosponge in the family Mycalidae. Mycale is a large genus, and this species is in the subgenus Mycale making your complete name, Mycale laevis. This spong ...

St Marks Cathedral, Port Pirie

San Marco Cathedral is the main place of Catholic worship in the city of Port Pirie, Australia and is the seat of the Bishop of the diocese of port Pirie. The Church was opened July 9, 1882, by the architect C. Polain, of Napperby, and was elevat ...

St. Marys Roman Catholic Church (Port Washington, Wisconsin)

SV. The Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary located in Port Washington, Wisconsin. He was added to the national register of historic places in 1977 for its architectural and religious significance. The first Catholic mass in Port Washington was rea ...

1883 Massachusetts gubernatorial election

Gubernatorial elections were held in Massachusetts on November 6, 1883. Civil war major and former Congressman Benjamin Butler ran on a fusion ticket between the Democratic party and the Working party of the United States.

Kumliens gull

Kumliens gull is a subspecies of the Iceland gull. It is a large gull which breeds in the Arctic regions of Canada. It is migratory, wintering from Labrador South to New England and West across the Great lakes. The subspecies is named in honor of ...

São Miguel goldcrest

San Miguel Goldcrest, Estrelinha-de-poupa in Portuguese, is a very small passerine bird in the kinglet family. One of several island Goldcrest subspecies in the North Atlantic archipelagos of Macaronesia, it is endemic to são Miguel in the Azores ...

Calanus propinquus

Females averaged about 5.3 0.21 mm in length, whereas a male has an average of about 5.1 mm 0.20 in. The female is usually from about 4.8 to 6.0 mm and 0.19 To 0.24, and the male ranges from 4.8 to 5.3 mm 0.19 to 0.21 V.

Pollicipes polymerus

Pollicipes polymerus, commonly known as crows clam or mollusk leaves, is a species of stalked Barnacle. It is found, often in large numbers on the rocky shores on the Pacific coast of North America.

Craterocephalus eyresii

Craterocephalus eyresii lake Eyre hardyhead is a species of freshwater Silverside of the family Atherinidae, which is endemic of the basin of lake Eyre in Australia.

Elegant moray eel

Elegant Moray or Goldsboroughs Moray, is a Moray eels found in coral reefs in the Pacific and Indian oceans. It was first named by bliss in 1883.

Facciolas sorcerer

The sorcerer Facciolas, also known as Facciola sorcerer in Uruguay is an eel in the family Nettastomatidae. He was described by Bellotti Cristoforo in 1883. Is a Maritime, sub-tropical eel which is known from the Eastern Atlantic ocean, including ...

Gephyroberyx japonicus

Gephyroberyx rossis, a large ruff or ruff blueberry, is a species of fish in the family Trachichthyidae. It is endemic to Northwest Pacific from Japan, Taiwan and Hawaii, and can be found at depths from 300 to 1.500 meters. It can reach a length ...

Gymnothorax pikei

Gymnothorax pikei, pike Moray, is a rare Moray eel found in the Western Pacific and Indian oceans. It was first named by bliss in 1883. The species is represented by only two samples – a sample of the type discovered in 1883, and the second found ...

Pacific worm eel

Pacific eel worm eel in the family Ophichthidae. It was described by David Starr Jordan and Charles Henry Gilbert in 1883. Is a Maritime, sub-tropical eel which is known from East, Central and South-Eastern Pacific ocean, including CA, USA, Colom ...

Rusty spaghetti eel

The rusty spaghetti eel, also known as rusty eel, worm, slender worm eel, or the intermediate thrush-eel is an eel in the family Moringuidae. He described Richard bliss, Jr., in 1883. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from the Indo-Paci ...

Shark mullet

Shark, mullet, also known as astrono mullet or skipjack, mullet, is a species of ray-finned fish of the family Mugilidae mullet. He is in Australia and New Guinea, where it occurs in muddy freshwater habitats and mangrove forests, it feeds on alg ...

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