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Smythe Division

The Department of the national laboratory of public health Smythe was established in 1974 within the framework of the conference Clarence Campbell. The division has existed for 19 seasons until 1993. It was named in honor of Conn Smythe, who was ...

Brooks Glacier

Brooks glacier is a glacier in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier originates on the Eastern slope of mount Silverthrone in Brooks gap. A 9-km-long glacier is moving to the North-East, ascending the glacier ...

Buckskin Glacier

Buckskin glacier is a glacier in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier originates on the East side of mooses tooth, flows East, then South-East, for 14 miles, before you create the hidden river.

Caldwell Glacier

Caldwell glacier is a glacier in the Alaska range in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier begins in the Kichatna mountains at the peak of the gurney and Lewis peak, moving South-West to become the source of t ...

Cantwell Glacier

Cantwell glacier is a glacier in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. A 3 km long glacier originates from the crest of a ridge in Alaska in the Eastern part of the Park, creating a crevice Creek.

Cul-de-sac Glacier

Cul-de-SAC glacier is a glacier in the Alaska range in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier begins in the Kichatna mountains on the side of Kichatna spire, moving to the North. It drains, as well as that of t ...

Dall Glacier

Dall glacier is a glacier in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier begins in the Alaska range on mount Russell, moving to the southwest, then South to the Yentna river just below the present end of the glacier ...

Eldridge Glacier

Eldridge glacier is a major glacier in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. In the 30-kilometer glacier originates on the East side of the conquerors of the peak, flows North-East in the basin under mount Eldridge, colle ...

Fleischmann Glacier

Fleishman glacier is a glacier in the Alaska range in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier lies in the mountains South Kichatna above to pass Simpson, moving South. It is the source of the Morris brook, which ...

Kanikula Glacier

Kanikula Glacier., also known as little Tokositna glacier, is 11-km long glacier in the Alaska range in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier originates in a series of glacial amphitheaters in the South side o ...

Lacuna Glacier

Lacuna glacier is a glacier in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier originates on the southern slope of mount Foraker in the range of Alaska, moving South-West to join the Yentna glacier, in which the gap is ...

Polychrome Glaciers

The polychrome glaciers are five glaciers in the Alaska range in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glaciers originate in parallel glaciation of the North-trending valleys within Alaska, across the mountains polych ...

Shadows Glacier

Glacier shadows glacier within Alaska, Denali national Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier begins in the Kichatna mountains on the North side of the Cathedrals spires, heading North. He gets a nearby shelf glacier, a tribut ...

Shelf Glacier

Glacier shelf glacier in the Alaska range in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier begins in the Kichatna mountains on the side of Kichatna spire, moving to the North. Its a tributary to a nearby glacier of th ...

Sunrise Glacier (Alaska)

Sunrise glacier is a glacier within Alaska, Denali national Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier originates near the peak, Scott, moving to the North-West. He is the source of the Sunrise Creek. Glacier sunset nearby.

Sunset Glacier

Glacier, sunset in Alaska range in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier originates near the peak, Scott, moving to the South-West, then North-West. Glacier Sunrise is near.

Tatina Glacier

Tatina was glacier-a glacier in the Alaska range in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier begins in the Kichatna mountains on the North side of the Cathedral spires, moving to the North-East. Its drain-source ...

Tokositna Glacier

Tokositna glacier is a glacier in the Alaska range in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier originates in the two main arms on the Eastern side of hunter mountain, moving to the East, while the main weapon to ...

West Fork Glacier (Alaska Range)

There are three glaciers, called glacier, on the West fork in Alaska, two of which are within Alaska. The first glacier West fork glacier in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier originates on the pass Anderso ...

Yentna Glacier

Yentna glacier is a glacier in Denali National Park and preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The glacier begins in the Alaska range between mount Russell and mount Foraker, moving to the southwest. It is the source of the East fork of the Yentna ...

Bascanichthys pusillus

Bascanichthys pusillus is an eel in the family Ophichthidae. It was described by Alvin forces in 1917. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from the Western Pacific ocean.

Bidyanus welchi

Bidyanus welchi, commonly known as Welchs Davronov, is one of the fish species found in Australia. Alternative common names include black bream and silver bream.

Ophichthus roseus

Ophichthus roseus is an eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by Tanaka Shigeho in 1917. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the Western Pacific ocean.

Ophichthus serpentinus

Ophichthus serpentinus, commonly known as the slender snake-eel in South Africa, is an eel in the family Ophichthidae. It was described by Alvin forces in 1917. Is a Maritime, sub-tropical eel which is known from the southeastern Atlantic, includ ...

Radiicephalus elongatus

In tapertail, Radiicephalus elongatus, is a species of marine fish inhabiting the Central and Eastern Atlantic and Eastern Pacific. This species grows to 76 cm total length. This is the only known species in the genus Radiicephalus and family Rad ...

Scortum barcoo

Scortum Barca is a species of fish in the family Terapontidae known by the common names Barca Davronov and jade perch. It is endemic to Australia, where it can be found in some large rivers, including the river barge. Its grown in the hatcheries.

Triplecross lizardfish

In triplecross aerogrow can be found in the marine environment within the range of depths of bottom of about 35-200 m 110-660 feet. This species is native to the tropical environment. The maximum recorded length Triplecross aerogrow as the male e ...

Acalypta cooleyi

Acalypta cooleyi, or tingid Cooleys, is a species of lace bug in the family Tingidae. It is found in Europe and Northern Asia, North America and South Asia.

Corythucha morrilli

Corythucha morrilli, in Morrill lace bug, is a species of lace bug in the family Tingidae. Found in Australia, the Caribbean, Central America, North America and Oceania.

Deroplatys moultoni

Deroplatys moultoni is a species of praying mantis in the genus Deroplatys in the order Mantodea. This "dead leaf mantis" species native to Southeast Asia.

Formica lemani

Formica Lemani is one species of ants, like that of the Formica fusca. This species was not formally different from the Formica fusca until 1917, and it was not clearly described until 1954. This species of ants found throughout Europe and parts ...

Hesperotingis antennata

These two subspecies belong to Hesperotingis species antennata: Hesperotingis antennata Parshley 1917. Hesperotingis Borealis antennata Parshley 1917.

Iberoformica gerardi

Geradi Formika is one of the species of ants, which is one of the two Serviformica species of the genus Formica. Described in 1917 Bondroit, of species, mainly distributed in continental Europe.

Lasius arizonicus

Lasius arizonicus is a species of ants belonging to the genus Lasius, the former part of the genus Acanthomyops. Described in 1917 Wheeler, a species native to the United States.

Lasius californicus

Lasius share a room is one of the species of ants belonging to the genus Lasius, and was formerly part of the genus Acanthomyops. Described in 1917 Wheeler, a species native to the United States.

Lasius coloradensis

Lasius coloradensis is a species of ants belonging to the genus Lasius, the former part of the genus Acanthomyops. Described in 1917 Wheeler, a species native to the United States. Queens will make a settlement chamber and hibernate, lay eggs in ...

Ratarda excellens

Ratarda excellens is a moth in the Cossidae family. It is located in Taiwan. The length of the front wings is about 16 mm for males and 22 mm for women. The ground color of the forewings of the males is brown, slightly tinged with a Golden glow. ...

Vipera berus sachalinensis

It is located in the far East Amur Jilin in China, North Korea, and on Sakhalin. According to Schwartz, 1936, town of type "Sakhalin" = Sakhalin island, Russia.

Brachypelma aureoceps

Tliltocatl aureoceps possible species of spiders in the family Theraphosidae. Directory the world spider sees this as a nomen dubium. Only one woman was described, this was reflected in the Florida Keys, but were probably imported from Mexico.

Carpathonesticus spelaeus

Carpathonesticus spelaeus is a species of araneomorph spiders of the family Nesticidae. This happens in Romania, where it can be found in caves and in the open air under limestone blocks. He was transferred from the genus Nesticus in Carpathonest ...

Laperousea

Laperousea is a genus of South Pacific, dwarf spiders, which was first described by R. De Dalmas in 1917. As of may 2019 it contains only two species, both found in Australia and New Zealand: L. blattifera and L. quindecimpunctata.

Matachia

Matachia is a genus from the southern Pacific intertidal spiders, which was first described by R. De Dalmas in 1917. Originally posted with the Psechridae, it was moved in the littoral spiders in 1970.

Meotipa pulcherrima

Meotipa pulcherrima is a species of spiders web in the Theridiidae family. It is found in Tropical Africa and was introduced in America, Papua New Guinea, China, Korea, Japan and the Pacific Islands.

Scotinotylus patellatus

Scotinotylus patellatus spider in mind linyphiidae or "sheet weaver" found in Canada and Alaska, USA. It was first described Emerton canadian entomologist in 1917. In patellatus Scotinotylus also known as "dwarf weaver".

Segregara

Segregara is a genus of African armored trapdoor spiders, which was first described by R. W. E. Tucker in 1917. As of may 2019 contains only three species, all found in South Africa: C. abrahami, C. paucispinulosa, C. transvaalensis. Originally p ...

Texas & New Mexico Railway

In Texas and new Mexico railroad-class III short line railroad operating in West Texas and Southeast new Mexico. The railway operates on 111 miles of track from a connection with the Union Pacific railroad in the city of monahans, Texas, and ends ...

Missouri–Illinois Railroad

Missouri–Illinois railroad which operated in the States of Missouri and Illinois. The railroad operated around 200 miles of track on both sides of the river Mississippi, United railway ferry. It began operations in 1921, and belonged to the railr ...

Archers buzzard

Archers Buzzard-view birds of prey that is endemic to Somalia. This is a length of 50-55 cm and the adult has a distinctive reddish plumage. The status of this taxon has been disputed, some taxonomists considering this species, the Jackal Buzzard ...

Chrysiptera parasema

Chrysiptera parasema, also known as damselfish yellowtail blue damsel, goldtail Demoiselle and other variations, is a popular saltwater aquarium fish from the Indo-Pacific region. He was described by Fowler in 1918.

Japanese angelfish

The Japanese angelfish or Japanese pygmy angelfish is a very rare angelfish. It has orange-yellow body with purplish blue spots with bright yellow tail. More spots to the tail, and at the bottom rear of the fish gradually becomes purple. Spots al ...

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