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Tapinoma opacum

Tapinoma opacum-species of ants of the genus Tapinoma. Described by Wheeler and Mann 1914, this species is endemic to the Dominican Republic, Haiti and other areas in the greater Antilles.

Nephelomys moerex

Nephelomys moerex-rodent species genus Nephelomys of family Cricetidae. The type of terrain in MINDO in Western Ecuador, where it was recorded together with three other oryzomyine rodents of the group, Sigmodontomys aphrastus, Mindomys hammondi, ...

Ischnochiton maorianus

Ischnochiton maorianus, sometimes called variable Heaton, is a fast moving species of Chiton in the family Ischnochitonidae, endemic to the main Islands of New Zealand, where it is abundant.

Aceste weberi

Aceste weberi is a species of sea urchins of the family Schizasteridae. Their carapace covered with spikes. He came from a family Aceste and live in the sea. Aceste weberi was first scientifically described in 1914 Koehler.

Amblypneustes leucoglobus

Leucoglobus Amblypneustes is a species of sea urchin of the family Temnopleuridae. Their carapace covered with spikes. He came from a family Amblypneustes and live in the sea. Leucoglobus Amblypneustes was first scientifically described in 1914 L ...

Brissopsis bengalensis

Brissopsis bengalensis is a species of sea urchins of the family Brissidae. Their carapace covered with spikes. Brissopsis bengalensis was first scientifically described in 1914 Koehler.

Brissopsis paralella

Brissopsis paralella is a species of sea urchins of the family Brissidae. Their carapace covered with spikes. Brissopsis paralella was first scientifically described in 1914 Koehler.

Centrostephanus tenuispinus

Centrostephanus Tenuispinus is a species of sea urchins of the family Diadematidae. Their carapace covered with spikes. Centrostephanus Tenuispinus was first scientifically described in 1914 Hubert Lyman Clark.

Carpathonesticus parvus

Carpathonesticus Parvus is a type of araneomorph spiders of the family Nesticidae. This is happening in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where he is in the caves. It was originally described from a single female specimen.


As of may 2019 contains fifteen types: Cataxia main cunicularis, 1983 – Australia QLD. Cataxia victoriae main, 1985 – Australia Victoria. Cataxia melindae RIX, Bain, main & Harvey, 2017 – Australia Western Australia. Cataxia bolganupensis main, 1 ...


As of may 2019 contains twenty species living in different geographical areas of Australia and Tasmania: Euoplos crenatus Wilson, RIX and Raven, 2019 – Australia QLD. Euoplos kalbarri RIX, Wilson and Harvey, 2019 – Australia Western Australia. Eu ...

Gaius villosus

Gaius villosus is a species of spiders in the family Idiopidae found in Western Australia in various habitats. First described in 1914 As Gaius villosus, in 1957, he was transferred to Anidiops the genus was not recognized. In 2017, he was return ...

Gasteracantha interrupta

Gasteracantha interrupta-species of spiny Orb weaver spider In the genus Gasteracantha. This is a black and white color, and it occurs to a lesser Sandas and Sulawesi in Indonesia.

Hadronyche formidabilis

Hadronyche formidabilis, the Northern tree-dwelling funnel web spider, very venomous mygalomorph spider found in Queensland and New South Wales. It is also known as the Northern rivers Funnel-web spider or Northern funnel web spider.

Hadronyche versuta

A member of the genus Hadronyche, the Blue mountains funnel-web was first described in 1914, by William Joseph rainbow in the genus of advertising, obtained from the vicinity of the Jenolan caves. The name of the species comes from the Latin vers ...

Missulena bradleyi

Missulena bradleyi, also known as spider Eastern mouse, is a species of spider belonging to the family Actinopodidae. The spider is endemic to the Eastern coast of Australia. William Joseph rainbow described a spider Eastern mouse in 1914 from sp ...

Montebello tenuis

Montebello is a monotypic genus of Australian ground spiders, containing a single species, Montebello tenuis. It was first described by Henry Roughton Hogg, 1914, which separate one species from the Liocranidae. She only appeared in Australia.

Zodarion rubidum

Zodarion rubidum is a species of spiders of the family Zodariidae. Like most Zodariidae, Z. rubidum is a spider ant-eating. This is reminiscent of ants, structural and behavioral. Z. rubidum specifically mimics the red ants, such as Myrmica sabul ...

Armillifer grandis

Armillifer Grandis is a species of pentastomid Armillifer distributed in tropical Central and West Africa. Typical definitive hosts are viperid snakes, as rodents are assumed to act as intermediate hosts. People can accidentally infected eggs, es ...

Laomenes cornutus

Laomenes cornutus is a species of shrimp with sea water, which is located in the Maldives and Australia, which was first described in 1915. This species have stalked eyes and the body consists of 19 segments.

Diamondback puffer

Rattlesnake Fish have a dorsal stripe that varies in color from light blue to grayish-tan. Their fins are usually yellowish brown, but in some specimens they are dark, bright blue. In a diamond pattern on their backs can sometimes seem to be abse ...

Labeobarbus stappersii

Labeobarbus stappersii-species of ray-finned fishes of the genus Labeobarbus is located in lake Mweru and the Luapula river in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zambia.

Lipariscus nanus

Lipariscus nanus, dwarf snailfish, is a species of snailfish native to the North Pacific ocean, where it occurs in deep waters of up to 910 meters. The range is wide, stretching from the sea of Okhotsk to the North, in the Western part of the Ber ...

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