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Sonoita lightfooti

Sonoita is a monotypic genus of jumping spiders, containing a single species, Sonoita lightfooti. It was first described by George and Elizabeth Peckham in 1903, and is found only in Africa.

Tetragnatha pallescens

Alien pallescens-view of the long-jaw ORB weaver in the family Tetragnathidae spider. It is in the North, Central America and the Caribbean.

Titanidiops

Titanidiops is a genus of armored trapdoor spiders, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1903. As of may 2019 contains only three species: T. Canariensis, T. crowded, and T. maroccanus.

Our Lady of Mercy Cathedral, Bahia Blanca

Our lady of grace Cathedral is also called Cathedral of Bahia Blanca is a temple connected with the Catholic Church, located in the heart of Bahia Blanca in the South American country Argentina. The building is protected as it was classified as a ...

Termain

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 ...

Azores wood pigeon

The Azores wood pigeon, blue-gray palumbus azorica is an endemic subspecies of the common wood pigeon, located in the Atlantic ocean Azores Portugal. This endemic subspecies is the only living pigeons present in Laurel forest habitat of the Azores.

Benguela long-billed lark

In Benguela long-billed Lark, also known as a lark or Benguela longbill is a species of lark in the family Zhavoronkova. It is in South-West Africa. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry lowland grassland.

Burmese bushtit

Burmese bushtit is a species of bird in the family Aegithalidae. It is endemic to the South-West of Myanmar. His natural habitat-the temperate forest.

Afrocyclops gibsoni

Afrocyclops gibsoni is a species of copepod in the family Cyclopidae. Three subspecies have been identified: Gibsoni Afrocyclops abbreviatus Kiefer, 1933. Ondoensis gibsoni Afrocyclops Kiefer 1952. Gibsoni Afrocyclops doryphorus Kiefer 1935.

Metapenaeus stebbingi

Metapenaeus stebbingi, Peregrine shrimp is a type of marine crustacean of the family Penaeidae. It is native to the Indian ocean, but in the second half of the 20th century it was discovered that invaded the Mediterranean sea.

Neocaridina davidi

Neocaridina davidi is a freshwater shrimp from Taiwan which is commonly kept in aquariums. The natural coloration of the shrimp is green-brown. There are a wide range of colors such as red, yellow, orange, green, blue, purple, black, etc. however ...

Paracerceis sculpta

Paracerceis sculpta is a species of marine isopods from 1.3 mm to 10.3 mm in length. Lives mainly in the intertidal zone and is native to the northeastern Pacific ocean from southern California to Mexico, but has since been introduced in many oth ...

Periclimenes soror

Periclimenes soror, also called starfish, shrimp, a species of shrimp that lives as a symbiont with starfishes. Periclimenes soror-a little shrimp with a truncated rostris, and shows a great variety of coats, but often with a distinctive white st ...

Agonomalus jordani

Agonomalus Jordan fish in the family Bychkova. It was described by David Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks in 1904. It is a marine, temperate Water Fish living which is known from the northwestern Pacific, including Japan, sea of Japan, Sakhal ...

Agrostichthys parkeri

Agrostichthys parkeri, also known as the streamer fish, is a species of oarfish. Was examined, with a few found fully intact, only seven identified the samples and was mainly found in the southern ocean. Agrostichthys parkeri belongs to the famil ...

Bathygadus antrodes

Bathygadus antrodes is a gadiform fish species rattail. It is found at depths up to 1200 m in the waters around southern Japan and Northern Taiwan. This fish is known to grow to about 65 cm 25.5 in. It has a very wide, soft-boned head, a terminal ...

Cape needlefish

Cape fish-needle fish needle-the kind endemic to coastal South Africa. This species grows to a standard length of 35 cm is in P. capensis large flocks of pelagic-oceanic environment in the subtropical climate. A typical length for this species is ...

Cynoglossus attenuatus

Cynoglossus attenuatus, commonly known as the Fourline tonguesole kind of tonguefish. It is often found in the Western Indian ocean off the East coast of Africa, from Delagoa Bay, Mozambique to Durban in South Africa.

Fourspine sculpin

In the fourspine sculpin-a species of fish of the family Cottidae. It is endemic to Japan. It reaches a maximum length of 30.0 cm

Hymenocephalus lethonemus

Lethonemus Hymenocephalus species rattail. It occurs at depths of up to 485 m in the waters of southern Japan, the Philippines and Northern Taiwan. This is a small, slender rattail with a total length up to 14 cm in 5.1. It was quite a long, shar ...

Polyipnus stereope

Polyipnus stereope-species of ray-finned fish of the family Sternoptychidae. It occurs in deep water in the Northwest Pacific ocean at depths between about 150 and 280 metres.

Redbanded weever

In Krasnopolsky sea dragon is a sandperch of the family Pinguipedidae around Australia and New Zealand at depths of between 50 and 440 meters. Its length is up to 20 centimeters.

Striped barb

Striped barb, is a species of cyprinid fish cyprinid on the Malay Peninsula, Borneo, where he is in the shallows of rivers, streams and ditches. This species can reach a length of 12 inches TL. It is commercially important to local fisheries, and ...

Achurum minimipenne

Achurum minimipenne in tamaulipan toothpick grasshopper, is a species of slant-face grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in Central America and North America.

Ageneotettix brevipennis

Ageneotettix Brevipennis, short wing-headed grasshopper, is a species of slant-face grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in Central America, North America and Mexico.

Anopheles franciscanus

These seven subspecies belong to the species Anopheles franciscanus: Anopheles franciscanus neghmei Mann, 1950. Rivadeneirai franciscanus Anopheles Levi-Castillo 1945. Franciscanus Anopheles patersoni Alvarado & Heredia, 1947. Franciscanus Anophe ...

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