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Toothy conger

Toothy conger is an eel in the family barbatus. He was described by Henry weed Fowler in 1934, originally under the genus Uranoconger. It is a marine, deep-water dwelling eel which is known from the West Indies and the South-Western Pacific ocean ...

Aphaenogaster huachucana

These two subspecies belong to the species Aphaenogaster huachucana: Aphaenogaster huachucana Creighton, I from 1934. Aphaenogaster Huachucana crinimera Cole, I 1953. Data sources: I = ITIS C = "catalogue of life", g = GBIF, b = Bugguide.net

Basilia boardmani

Boardmani of Basilia, southeastern bats a bat fly, is a species of fly in the family Nycteribiidae. The insect is a parasite and lives, taking the blood of his master, one of the species of the bat. It differs from all other types of Basilia the ...

Ceuthophilus elegans

Ceuthophilus elegans is a species of insect in the genus Ceuthophilus. He is in the cave crickets of the subfamily. He is in the USA.

Culex bailyi

So called because bailyi kind of zoophilic mosquitoes belonging to the genus so called because. It is found in India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and New Guinea.

Culex jacksoni

So called because jacksoni is a species of mosquitoes belonging to the genus so called because. It is found in China, Hong Kong, India, South Korea, Nepal, Russia, sea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Taiwan.

Doleromyrma rottnestensis

Doleromyrma rottnestensis-species of ants of the genus Doleromyrma. Described by William Morton Wheeler in 1934, this species is endemic to Australia.

Drosophila appendiculata

Drosophila appendiculata large yellowish fruitfly found in southern Chile and neighboring Argentina. The species is in its own unique subgenus, Chusqueophila based on the presence of three partial cross-veins in the wing.

Leptomyrmex darlingtoni

Leptomyrmex Darlingtoni-species of ants of the genus Leptomyrmex. Described by William Morton Wheeler in 1934, this species is endemic to Australia.

Leptomyrmex melanoticus

Leptomyrmex Melanoticus-species of ants of the genus Leptomyrmex. Described by William Morton Wheeler in 1934, this species is endemic to New Guinea.

Leptomyrmex puberulus

Leptomyrmex puberulus-species of ants of the genus Leptomyrmex. Described by William Morton Wheeler in 1934, this species is endemic to New Guinea.

Myrmecia fucosa

Fucosa Myrmecia-species of ants of the genus Myrmecia. The first sample fucosa Myrmecia was described in 1934. Myrmecia fucosa, mostly abundant in Victoria, and in particular around lake Hattah to Hattah Internet national Park, which is located n ...

Nurteria bicolor

Nurteria bicolor-species flies first described the Octave parent in 1934. It belongs to the genus Nurteria and family Dolichopodidae. It has no subspecies listed in the catalogue of life.

Phyllium jacobsoni

Phyllium jacobsoni is a species of leaf insect belonging to the family Phylliidae. He wrote the Java distribution, and no subspecies listed in the catalogue of life.

Serratella micheneri

Serratella micheneri is a species of spiny crawler mayflies in the family Ephemerellidae. It is found in Central America, North America. In North America it includes Northern Mexico and the Western United States.

Siphlonurus spectabilis

Siphlonurus spectabilis is a species of primitive minnow mayflies Siphlonuridae family. It is located in Northern Canada and the Western United States.

Sphex funerarius

Sphex funerarius can reach a length of 15-23 mm 0.59–0.91 V. These large, solitary, ground-nesting wasps are black with orange-red broad band on the anterior part of the abdomen. On the head and body have fine and thin hair. Wings yellowish with ...

Tapinoma panamense

Tapinoma panamense-species of ants of the genus Tapinoma. Described by William Morton Wheeler in 1934, this species is endemic to Panama. These are known to be very small in length only 1-1.5 mm

Trigonospila brevifacies

Trigonospila Brevifacies is a species of true fly in the family Tachinidae is native to Eastern Australia. Like most tachinid flies, T. brevifacies is a parasitoid of other insects, especially in the late larval stage in some species of Lepidopte ...

Vestalis submontana

To vestalis submontana kind of damselfly belonging to the family Calopterygidae. It is endemic to the Western Ghats of India. Frederic Charles Fraser described two new subspecies amaena to vestalis gracilis and apicalis observed amaena in 1929 an ...

Hatts thicket rat

Hatts thicket rat is a species of thicket rat indigenous to the Northern slopes of mount Karisimbi, an extinct volcano in North Kivu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Appearance can be identified only through the holotype, its exact distri ...

Dinoplax validifossus

Dinoplax validifossus, Natal giant Chiton, a large polyplacophoran mollusk in the family Chaetopleuridae, found on the West coast of South Africa. It was originally considered a subspecies of the giant Chiton.

Bartons thin-toed gecko

The bartons thin-toed Gecko is a species of lizard in the family Gekkonidae. He grew up in Crete. Sometimes considered a subspecies of Gecko Kotschys.

Nessia didactyla

Mid-body rows of scales 24-28. The muzzle is broad and blunt. The fronto-nasal larger than Rostral, but slightly smaller than the front. Lower eyelid scaly. Each limb with two digits, hence the name. Pre-anal slightly increases. Top brown, each s ...

Ajmonia

As of may 2019 contains twelve species are restricted to Asia and parts of Algeria: Ajmonia Procera Kulczynski, 1901 – China. Ajmonia Patellaris Simon, 1911 – Algeria. Velifera Ajmonia Simon, 1906 type – India to China. Ajmonia bedeshai Tikader, ...

Bristowia heterospinosa

Bristowia heterospinosa is a species of jumping spider from Asia. It was first found on Krakatau, but later also in Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Korea and Japan. Although this was the only species in its genus until 2004, when a second sp ...

Domitius menozzii

The domitius menozzii is araneomorph species of spiders of the family Nesticidae. This happens in Italy, where it can be found in caves. He was described by Ludovico Di Caporiacco in 1934.

Fageiella

Fageiella is a genus of spiders of the Balkan dwarf, which was first described by J. Kratochvil in 1934. As of may 2019 it contains only two species: F. ensigera and F. patellata.

Larinioides

Larinioides is a genus of Orb-weaver spiders first described by Lodovico di Caporiacco in 1934. These often occur in temperate climates throughout the Northern hemisphere. The name comes from the genus Larinia related araneid spider, with the mea ...

Metacyrba floridana

Metacyrba floridana is a species of spider in the family Salticidae, the jumping spiders. It is native to the United States and, as reported from the following States: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.

Neoantistea

As of may 2019 contains twenty-five species: Neoantistea Oklahomensis Opell & Beatty, 1976 – USA. Procteri Neoantistea Gertsch, 1946 – USA. Neoantistea Of Caporiacco Maksima 1935, – Kashmir. Neoantistea mulaiki Gertsch, 1946 – USA, Mexico. Inaffe ...

Pardosa kratochvili

Pardosa kratochvili is a type of wolf spider in the genus Pardosa found in Hungary. Named for arachnologist Kratochvil, Josef species are currently considered doubtful.

Philodromus anomalus

Abnormal Philodromus spider in the family Philodromidae, in the infraorder Araneomorphae. He is in the USA.

Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral, Londrina

The Cathedral of the sacred heart of Jesus or the Londrinas Cathedral is a religious building belonging to the Catholic Church in the centre of Londrina, in the Northern part of Parana in the South American country of Brazil. Built in the forest, ...

Bougainville dwarf kingfisher

Bougainvillea dwarf Kingfisher, is a species of bird in the Alcedinidae family that is endemic to the island of Bougainville. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. This species was previously considered one of the ...

Malaita dwarf kingfisher

On Malaita, dwarf Kingfisher, is a species of bird in the Alcedinidae family that is endemic to the island of Malaita. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. This species was previously considered one of the 15 reco ...

Caprella mutica

Caprella mutica, commonly known as the Japanese skeleton shrimp, is a kind of skeleton shrimp. They are relatively large caprellids, reaching a maximum length of 50 mm. They are sexually dimorphic with males usually much larger than females. They ...

Emerita rathbunae

E. Rathbunae exhibits an extreme form of sexual dimorphism, with tiny neotenous males attached to the female appendages", thus bringing the trend for young males in this genus are almost on the verge of parasitism". Sexually Mature females are us ...

Assessor macneilli

Assessor Macneilli, blue squid or blue scissortail fish from the southwestern Pacific. It sometimes makes its way into the aquarium trade. It grows to 6 inches in length. It is purple-blue with long fins.

Bascanichthys fijiensis

Bascanichthys fijiensis is an eel in the family Ophichthidae. He described Alvins forces in 1935. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from Fiji in the Western Pacific ocean.

Big-eyed cardinalfish

Big-eyed cardinalfish, or bigeye cardinalfish-species of deepwater cardinalfish found in the southern Indian ocean and South Pacific ocean, South of Madagascar to New Zealand. This fish is found at depths from 530 to 820 m. This species can reach ...

Bothragonus occidentalis

Bothragonus Western marine fish of the family Bychkova. He described Georgii Ustinovich Lindberg in 1935. It is a marine, temperate Water Fish living which is known from the northwestern Pacific, including Japan and Peter the Great Bay. It is kno ...

Brazilian lizardfish

Brazilian aerogrow, as you know, are in a marine environment in range of the bottom. The depth range that it can be found in the 50 – 194 meters. This species grows in the subtropical climate. The maximum recorded length Brazilian aerogrow as the ...

Carp prettyfin

Carp prettyfin-species of ray-finned fish of the family Plesiopidae, in the roundheads or longfins. It is endemic to Australia where it occurs over soft substrates. This is the only species in its genus.

Chelon tricuspidens

Chelon tricuspidesn, striped mullet, is a species of ray-finned fish of the family Mugilidae. He is in South Africa, where his range consists of Mossel Bay and Kosi estuary in South Africa. Its habitatis muddy areas at the mouths of rivers. This ...

Labeobarbus brauni

Labeobarbus brownie-species of ray-finned fish family Cyprinidae. It is characteristic of the river system Luhoho in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Labeobarbus lobogenysoides

Labeobarbus lobogenysoides-species of ray-finned fishes of the genus Labeobarbus is endemic to the Sunrise river in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Labeobarbus longidorsalis

Labeobarbus longidorsalis-species of ray-finned fishes of the genus Labeobarbus which is endemic to the rivers Luhoho in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Saluda darter

In Saluda darter is a species of darter endemic to the Eastern United States, where it occurs in river, Saluda, South Carolina. Inhabits mud bottom, sand bottom and the pool bottom is slow to moderate and the headwaters of the streams. This speci ...

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