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Ectopsocus thibaudi

Ectopsocus thibaudi is a type of outer barklouse in the family Ectopsocidae. It is located in the Caribbean sea, Central America, North America and South America.

Lutzia shinonagai

Lutzia shinonagai was first described in 1979. The genus name was originally spelled Lutzia, species name honors a medical entomologist Dr. Satoshi Shinonaga, who has published extensively on the taxonomy of muscid, calliphorid and sarcophagid fl ...

Stenopelmatus mescaleroensis

Stenopelmatus mescaleroensis in Mescalero Jerusalem cricket, is a species of Jerusalem cricket in the family Stenopelmatidae. It is found in North America.

Cyrtodactylus elok

Cyrtodactylus elok, also known as Malaysia bow fingers of a Gecko, forest Gecko ferruginous, or a beautiful bent-toed Gecko, is a species of Gecko that is endemic to West Malaysia.

Acrobleps

Acrobleps is a genus of araneomorph Australian spiders of the family Anapidae containing a single species, Acrobleps hygrophilus. It was first described by V. V. Hickman in 1979, and only in Australia.

Cassafroneta

Cassafroneta is a monotypic genus of the South Pacific ocean dwarf spiders containing a single species, Cassafroneta after the Emperor. It was first described by D. A. Blest in 1979, and was discovered only in New Zealand.

Cornifalx

Cornifalx is a monotypic Tasmanian araneomorph spiders of the family Orsolobidae containing a single species, Cornifalx insignis. It was first described by V. V. Hickman in 1979, and is found only in Tasmania.

Hexura rothi

Hexura roughty is a species of spider in the family Mecicobothriidae. It was described by Gertsch & a paysite, 1979, United States. It has two dies. It is located in South Central Oregon coast ranges through the Klamath mountains in del Norte, Ca ...

Hyperafroneta

Hyperafroneta is a monotypic genus of the South Pacific ocean dwarf spiders containing a single species, Hyperafroneta obscura. It was first described by D. A. Blest in 1979, and was discovered only in New Zealand.

Megafroneta

Megafroneta is a genus of South Pacific, dwarf spiders, which was first described by D. A. Blest in 1979. As of may 2019 contains only three species, found in New Zealand: M. dugdaleae, M. elongata and M. Gigas.

Metafroneta

Metafroneta is a genus of South Pacific, dwarf spiders, which was first described by D. A. Blest in 1979. As of may 2019 contains only three species, found in New Zealand: M. Minima, M. sinuosa, M. subversa.

Metamynoglenes

As of may 2019 contains eight species, found in New Zealand: Metamynoglenes Magna blest, 1979 – New Zealand. Metamynoglenes thin blest, 1979 – New Zealand. Metamynoglenes helicoides blest, 1979 – New Zealand. Metamynoglenes attenuata blest, 1979 ...

Novafroneta

As of may 2019 contains six species found in New Zealand: Novafroneta Nova blest & Vink, 2003 – New Zealand. Novafroneta ordinary blest, type 1979 – New Zealand. Novafroneta parmulata blest, 1979 – New Zealand. Novafroneta truncata blest & Vink, ...

Paracladycnis vis

Paracladycnis this monotypic genus from Madagascar nursery web spiders containing a single species, Paracladycnis vis. It was first described by P. Blandin in 1979, and is found only in Madagascar.

Parafroneta

As of may 2019 contains fourteen species found in New Zealand: Parafroneta monticola blest, 1979 – New Zealand. Parafroneta confusa blest, 1979 – New Zealand. Parafroneta hairy blest & Vink, 2003 – New Zealand. Parafroneta persimilis blest, 1979 ...

Platycryptus

As of the August 2019 contains four species, found only in North America, Central America and Brazil: Platycryptus share a room Peckham & Peckham, 1888 – the Northern Central America. Platycryptus undatus De Geer, 1778 type – North America. Platy ...

Poecilafroneta

Poecilafroneta is monotypic Polynesian weavers sheet containing a single species, Poecilafroneta tailed. It was first described by D. A. Blest in 1979, and was discovered only in New Zealand.

Prida sechellensis

Prida sechellensis is a species of spider in the family Oonopidae. It was first described in Saaristo 2001. From 2017, this is the only species in the genus Prida. It is located in the Seychelles.

Progradungula carraiensis

Carraiensis Progradungula, or Carrai cave spider, cribellate spider found only in wet forests and limestone caves of the Carrai plateau in Northern New South Wales. This is one of two species in gradungulid kind Progradungula. These spiders lengt ...

Protoerigone

Protoerigone is a genus of Polynesian sheet weavers that was described for the first time D. A. Blest in 1979. As of may 2019 it contains only two species, both found in New Zealand: P. obtusa and P. otagoa.

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