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Inermocoelotes jurinitschi

The man reaches 8.35 mm, length of cephalothorax is 4.03 mm. Pedipalp femur with a weak cylindriform bottom spikes on the basal side and stout spines dorsally on the apical side. Patella with stout spines. Tibia with weak and strong spines and a ...

Myrmarachne elongata

Directory the world spider gives the distribution of Myrmarachne elongata as from Africa to Japan. Wesolowska and Russell-Smith suggest that records outside of Africa may be incorrect identification.

Neoheterophrictus bhori

This species is currently known only from the female. He found in the bamboo forest, which is unusual, as several arthropods are located in such an environment. It differs from other types, mostly the Spines on the legs, the first stage has a sma ...

Pseudohostus

Pseudohostus is a monotypic genus of the South Australian lynx spiders containing a single species, Pseudohostus sqamosus. It was first described by J. rainbow in 1915, and is found only in South Australia.

Smodix

Smodix is a monotypic genus of the North American sheet weavers, containing a single species, Smodix reticulata. It was first described by S. C. Bishop & R. S. Crosby in 1938, and was discovered only in Canada and the United States.

Chthamalus anisopoma

Chthamalus anisopoma is a species of intertidal mollusc. Indigenous peoples in the North the Gulf of California, adult Chthamalus anisopoma are on exposed parts of the coast between 0.0 and 2.0 m above low tide. Species, usually absent in areas p ...

Megabalanus californicus

Megabalanus enterings, California, the Barnacle, is a species of large mollusk in the family Balanidae. It is native to the rocky shore in the Eastern Pacific ocean from Northern California to the Gulf of California.

Agonopsis asperoculis

Agonopsis asperoculis is a fish of the family Bychkova. He was described by William Francis Thompson in 1916. It is a tropical, marine fish that is known off the coast of Argentina and the Falkland Islands, in the South-Western part of the Atlant ...

Barbonymus sunieri

Barbonymus sunieri-species of cyprinid fish endemic of the island of Borneo, where it is known only from the North-Eastern part of the island. This species can reach a length of 28.7 cm, TL.

Bathygadus garretti

Bathygadus garretti-species of rattail. It is a demersal fish found in the waters of southern Japan and Northern Taiwan. This fish grows to a length of about 50 cm It has a fairly wide, firm-bones of the head, terminal mouth with very small, coni ...

Fintail serpent eel

In the fintail serpent eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by Max Carl Wilhelm Weber and Lieven Ferdinand de Beaufort in 1916. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the Indian ocean, including Pakistan, India, Indonesia an ...

Freshwater snake-eel

The freshwater snake-eel, the eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by Max Carl Wilhelm Weber and Lieven Ferdinand de Beaufort in 1916. It is a tropical, freshwater eel which is known from Asia and Oceania, including New Caledonia, New ...

Gymnocranius audleyi

Gymnocranius audleyi, collared large eye bream, is a species of Emperor native to the Pacific ocean off the coast of southern Queensland, Australia, and is also found in the southern part of the Great Barrier reef. He lives in an environment adja ...

Narrowtail moray

In narrowtail Moray a Moray eel found in the Pacific and Indian oceans, the Red sea and around Indonesia. It was first named Weber and de Beaufort in 1916.

Sailfin eel

In Sailfin eel in the family Ophichthidae. He described Raymond code Carroll and John Treadwell Nichols in 1916, originally under the genus Letharchus. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the Eastern Pacific ocean, including Costa Ri ...

Sharpnose worm eel

Ash worm lizard eel in the family Ophichthidae. It was described by Max Weber and Karl Wilhelm Lieven Ferdinand de Beaufort, initially on the genus Muraenichthys. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from Indonesia, in the Western part of ...

Short-tooth sawpalate

Short tooth sawpalate is an eel in the family Serrivomeridae. He was described by Johannes Schmidt in 1916, originally under the genus Leptocephalus. It is a marine, deep-water dwelling eel which is known from Eastern, Central and Western part of ...

Siboga worm eel

In Siboga eel worm eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by Max Carl Wilhelm Weber and Lieven Ferdinand de Beaufort in 1916. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from reefs in the Timor and Samoa in the Pacific ocean. Males can ...

Southern snipe eel

Southern Snipe eel in the family Nemichthyidae. He was described by Charles Tate Regan in 1916, originally under the genus Leptocephalus. It is a marine, deep-water dwelling eel which is known in the southern ocean, except the Eastern Pacific. Kn ...

Unicorn grenadier

The unicorn Grenadier, Coelorinchus productus, is a species of rattail. This fish is found at depths up to 600 m in the waters of Northern Taiwan, southern Japan and East China sea. This fish grows to a length of about 31 cm and is usually brown, ...

Vulture sand eel

The vulture sand eel in the family Ophichthidae. It was described by Max Weber and Karl Wilhelm Lieven Ferdinand de Beaufort in 1916, originally under the genus Sphagebranchus. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the Indo-Pacific reg ...

Acromyrmex mesopotamicus

Acromyrmex mesopotamicus-view of leaf-cutter ant, a new world ant of the subfamily Myrmicinae of the genus Acromyrmex. This species is one of two genera of advanced attines in the Attini tribe.

Andrena scotica

Andrena scotica, chocolate mining bee or bee hawthorn, is a species of mining bees of the family Andrenidae. It occurs in Western Europe and is one of the most common mining bees found in the UK, where it was previously misidentified as Andrena c ...

Atlanticus davisi

Ocean club davisi, usually known as a shieldback or Daviss page, is a species of shield-backed Green grasshopper in the family Tettigoniidae. It is found in North America.

Ceriagrion rubiae

Ceriagrion rubiae kind of damselfly in the family Coenagrionidae. it is commonly known as orange marsh Dart or orange wax tail. This species can be found in South and South-East Asia.

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