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Paratrigona subnuda

Paratrigona subnuda, commonly known as "Jataí earth or not-Brightness,” is a type of social stingless bees in the family Apidae and tribe Meliponini. These social bees are widely distributed in Neotropical moist forests, including the Brazilian A ...

Tachina tahoensis

Tachina tahoensis is a species of fly in the genus Tachina of the family Tachinidae that can be found in British Columbia and States such as Arizona and California.

Tokunagayusurika akamusi

Tokunagayusurika akamusi is a Midge species of flies from the family of chironomid midges, commonly called "nonbiting Midges or lake flies." Found Tokunaga in 1938, the species is common to eutrophic lakes in Japan. The Midge family is very simil ...

Xylocopa alticola

Xylocopa alticola species carpenter bee, found in Africa. The species was described by Hans Hedicke in 1938. The Smithsonian has specimens collected from Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

Acontias namaquensis

Acontias namaquensis in the legless skink Namaqua or lance skink, is a species of lizard in the family Scincidae. It is endemic to South Africa.

Acontias orientalis

Acontias East, Eastern striped blindworm or Eastern Cape legless skink, is a species of lizard in the family Scincidae. It is endemic to South Africa.

Agelena atlantea

Agelena atlantea is a species of spider in the family Agelenidae, which contains 1146 species of funnel-web spiders. It was first described by Fage in 1938. This is common in Morocco.

Anopsicus

As at June 2019 contains sixty-four species, found in Central America, Cuba, Jamaica and Mexico, except for the "probably wrong," - said A. banksi from the Galapagos Islands.: A. niveus Gertsch, 1982 – Mexico. A. boneti Gertsch, 1982 – Mexico. A. ...

Austrachelas

Austrachelas-the African genus long jaw of the ground spiders in the family Gallieniellidae, and was first described by R. F. Lawrence in 1938. Originally posted corinnid with spiders SAC, he was transferred to Gallieniellidae in 2009.

Frontiphantes

Frontiphantes is monotypic European dwarf spiders containing a single species, fulgurenotatus Frontiphantes. It was first described by John. Wunderlich in 1987, and was only discovered in Portugal.

Ikuma (spider)

Ikuma is a genus of Namibia pulp agility of spiders, which was first described by R. F. Lawrence in 1938. As of June 2019 it contains only two species, found only in Namibia: I. spiculosa and I. Squamata.

Kratochviliella

Kratochviliella is a monotypic genus of dwarf spiders, containing a single species, bicapitata Kratochviliella. It was first described by F. Miller in 1938, and was only discovered in Bulgaria, France, Greece and Macedonia.

Sciastes

As of may 2019 contains seven species in Europe and Russia: Sciastes mentasta Chamberlin & Ivie, 1947 – Canada, U.S Alaska. Sciastes Hackman dubius, 1954 – Russia, Canada, USA. Extremus provides a Sciastes Hill, 1967 – Canada, Greenland. Sciastes ...

Scirites

Scirites is a genus of North American sheet weavers that was first described by S. C. Bishop & R. S. Crosby in 1938. As of may 2019 it contains only two species: S. finitimus and S. pectinatus.

Scironis

Scironis is a genus of North American sheet weavers that was first described by S. C. Bishop & R. S. Crosby in 1938. As of may 2019 it contains only two species, both found in the U.S.: S. SIMA and S. tarsalis.

Scylaceus

Scylaceus is a genus of North American sheet weavers that was first described by S. C. Bishop & R. S. Crosby in 1938. As of may 2019 it contains only two species, both found in Canada and the United States: S. pallidus and S. Selma.

Scyletria

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

Sisicottus

Sisicottus is a genus of sheet weavers that was first described by S. S. Bishop & R. S. Crosby in 1938. They can be found in moss and litter of coniferous forests.

Sisis

Sisis is a genus of North American sheet weavers that was first described by S. C. Bishop & R. S. Crosby in 1938. As of may 2019 it contains only two species, both found in Canada and the United States: P. plesius and C. rotundus.

Sitalcas

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

Sulcia

As of may 2019 contains eight species and two subspecies: Sulcia Armata Kratochvil, 1978 – Montenegro. C. Sulcia lindbergi Dresco, 1962 – Albania, Greece. Sulcia S. violacea Brignoli, 1974 – Greece. Sulcia critic Fage, 1945 – Greece Crete. Sulcia ...

Wanops

Wanops is monotypic Mexican Goblin spiders, containing a single species, Wanops coecus. It was first described by Ralph vary Chamberlin & Vaine Wilton Ivie in 1938 and is only found in Mexico.

Agononida schroederi

Agononida schroederi kind of squat lobsters in the family Munididae. He is from the Bahamas and Cuba, at depths from 275 to 495 meters.

Bathymunida quadratirostrata

Quadratirostrata Bathymunida kind of squat lobsters in the family Munididae. It is found from the Bonin Islands and Kai Islands, at a depth of between about 105 and 305 meters.

Acheilognathus meridianus

Acheilognathus midday is a species of freshwater ray-finned fish of the genus Acheilognathus. It is endemic to China and Northern Vietnam. It grows to a maximum length of 10.0 cm

Ariosoma nigrimanum

Ariosoma nigrimanum is an eel in the family barbatus. He was described by John Roxborough Norman in 1939. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from the Gulf of Aden in the Western Indian ocean. You know that live to a maximum depth of 220 ...

Arius brunellii

Arius đ-a species of sea catfish in the family Ariidae. He was described by Giacomo Zolezzi, 1939. It is known only from the river Giuba in Somalia, the locality. Its known maximum total length is 35 inches.

Bascanichthys paulensis

Bascanichthys Paulensis is an eel in the family Ophichthidae. She was described by Margaret Hamilton storey, 1939. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from Sao Paulo, Brazil, in the Western part of the Atlantic ocean.

Cubanichthys pengelleyi

Pengelleyi Cubanichthys, Jamaican killifish, is a species of killifish of the family Ciclovia in pupfishes, which is endemic to Jamaica. It is found in shallow, crystal clear water with a depth of 1.5 m and PH 8.2). It is the substratum, consisti ...

Cynoglossus acutirostris

Cynoglossus acutirostris, commonly known as ash language the only species of tonguefish. It is commonly found in sandy waters of the Western Indian ocean, especially in the Red sea and Gulf of Aden.

Datnioides campbelli

Datnioides campbelli, New Guinea tiger, perch, New Guinea tigerfish or Campbells, is one of the types of datnioidid fish that is native to both fresh and brackish waters in rivers, marshes and tidal creeks in the southern part of New Guinea, from ...

Labeo mokotoensis

Mokotoensis score is one of the 103 species in the genus score. He has only ever been recorded in the lake Ndaraga in the Congo basin in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Oman snake eel

Yirrkala Omanensis is also known as Oman snake eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by John Roxborough Norman in 1939, originally under the genus Sphagebranchus. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the Gulf of Oman in the ...

Speckled snake eel

Speckled snake eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by John Roxborough Norman in 1939, originally under the genus Ophichthus. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the Western Indian ocean, including the Gulf of Aden and So ...

Acromyrmex nobilis

Acromyrmex Nobilis-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.

Brachyopa insensilis

External images terms see morphology of Diptera length of the wing 6 5-7 25 mm. Apical antennomere small and unconscious in the pit.Arista almost bare. Face less produced than in Brachyopa bicolor. Flap with microtrichia only at the front. The la ...

Cavariella konoi

Cavariella konoi is a species of aphid in the family aphididae. Its a small, soft-bodied insects are about 2.5 mm long. Body oval, pale yellowish green, sometimes with a pair of dark green, longitudinal stripes. Wingless females occur on the leav ...

Cimex adjunctus

On the contrary adjunctus, this ectoparasite is found in a wide range of North America. Like other insects in the genus on the contrary, C. adjunctus is a temporary parasite that feeds on blood.Temporary, which means that they do not stay on thei ...

Deinacrida connectens

Deinacrida connectens, which is often called the Alpine scree wētā, is one of the largest in New Zealand Alpine invertebrates and is a member of the family Anostostomatidae. Deinacrida connectens is a flightless nocturnal insect that lives under ...

Maiestas schmidtgeni

Maiestas schmidtgeni is a species of bugs from Cicadellidae family that can be found in European countries, e.g. Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Moldova, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Ukra ...

Myrmica americana

Myrmica Americana is a species of ant in the family Formicidae. It can be found in all U.S. States except Alaska, Hawaii, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Washington. It can also be found in all canadian provinces except new Brunswick, Yukon territory, Nort ...

Peripsocus didymus

Peripsocus Didymus is a species of Psocoptera from the family Peripsocidae, which can be found in the UK and Ireland. It can also be found in Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Romania, Spain, ...

Nucula atacellana

Nucula atacellana, or cancellate nuts, mollusk shells, marine bivalve mollusks in the family Nuculidae. It can be found along the Atlantic coast of North America, ranging from Cape cod to Virginia.

Aphonopelma iodius

Aphonopelma Iodius is a species of spider in the family Theraphosidae, found in the United States. Document 1997 combined it with three other previously described species in one view, calling it A. iodium ". However, iodius is the neuter comparat ...

Aphonopelma moderatum

Aphonopelma moderatum is a species of spider in the family Theraphosidae, found in the United States. Commonly called Rio Grande gold tarantula, as they are in a Large valley Rio TX.

Carpathonesticus zaitzevi

Carpathonesticus zaitzevi is araneomorph species of spiders of the family Nesticidae, what is happening in Georgia. He was transferred from the genus Nesticus in Carpathonesticus in 1996.

Crozetulus

As of April 2019 contains four species: Crozetulus rhodesiensis Brignoli, 1981 – Namibia, Zimbabwe, South Africa. Rotundus Crozetulus Forster, 1974 – Congo. Baby Crozetulus Hickman, 1939 – Crozet is. Scutatus Crozetulus Lawrence, 1964 – South Africa.

Dictynomorpha

Dictynomorpha is a genus of araneomorph Asian cribellate spiders of the family Dictynidae, and was first described by S. A. Spassky, 1939. As of may 2019 it contains only two species: D. daemonis and D. strandi.

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