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Pygmy pikeconger

The pygmy pikeconger is an eel in the family Nettastomatidae. It was described by David G. Smith and James Erwin Bohlke in 1981. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the western central Atlantic Ocean, including Venezuela and the Gulf ...

                                               

Saurida pseudotumbil

                                               

Schistura afasciata

                                               

Schistura arifi

                                               

Schistura curtistigma

                                               

Schistura fascimaculata

Schistura fascimaculata is a species of ray-finned fish in the most diverse genus of the stone loach family Nemacheilidae, the genus Schistura. It is found in Pakistan.

                                               

Schistura macrolepis

                                               

Schistura shadiwalensis

                                               

Schizothorax labrosus

                                               

Schizothorax ninglangensis

                                               

Solitary duckbill eel

The solitary duckbill eel is an eel in the family Nettastomatidae. It was described by Peter H. J. Castle and David G. Smith in 1981. It is a marine, deep-water-dwelling eel which is known from the Indo-Western Pacific, including Kyushu-Palau Rid ...

                                               

Synodus gibbsi

Synodus gibbsi is a species of lizardfish that lives mainly in the Indian Ocean. It is found in a marine demersal environment. This species is native to a tropical climate. Synodus gibbsi is recorded to not serve as any threat to humans.

                                               

Synodus macrocephalus

S. macrocephalus is known to be found in a marine environment within a demersal range. This species is native to a tropical climate. The average length of an unsexed male is about 7.8 cm 3.1 in. They commonly occupy Indonesia and the Chesterfield ...

                                               

Synodus oculeus

The large-eyed lizardfish can be found in a marine environment within a tropical climate. In the ocean, this species lives in at a demersal depth. The average length of an unsexed male is about 18.3 cm 7.2 in. The color is brown and silvery-gray ...

                                               

Synodus randalli

Synodus randalli can be found in a marine environment within a benthopelagic range. This species is native to a tropical climate. Synodus randalli have an average length of 11.3 centimeters or 4.4 inches as an unsexed male. They live in salt wate ...

                                               

Synodus tectus

                                               

Synodus usitatus

                                               

Triplophysa markehenensis

                                               

Triplophysa pseudoscleroptera

                                               

Xenobalistes tumidipectoris

                                               

Anastoechus leucothrix

                                               

Anthidium berbericum

                                               

Anthidium flavorufum

                                               

Anthidium tergomarginatum

                                               

Banasa rolstoni

                                               

Banasa tumidifrons

                                               

Bombylius iphiculus

                                               

Calycomyza enceliae

                                               

Calyptromyia stupenda

                                               

Conozoa clementina

                                               

Corixa iberica

                                               

Diadegma albipes

                                               

Empis mirandica

                                               

Empis nevadensis

                                               

Euborellia hispanica

                                               

Eucelatoria bryani

                                               

Forficula iberica

                                               

Gymnosoma siculum

                                               

Lachesilla dimorpha

Lachesilla dimorpha is a species of Psocoptera from Lachesillidae family that can be found in Cyprus, Greece, Italy, and Spain. It can also be found in Near East and North Africa.

                                               

Liriomyza nigriscutellata

                                               

Liriomyza venegasiae

                                               

Mesopsocus graecus

                                               

Morsea catalinae

                                               

Morsea islandica

                                               

Neduba propsti

Neduba propsti, known generally as the Catalina shield-back cricket or Propsts shieldback, is a species of shield-backed katydid in the family Tettigoniidae. It is found in North America.

                                               

Oedoparena minor

The ecology of this species is little known, Adults have been reared from Pupa found in the empty shells of dead barnacles. This is not unlike the life style of a North American species Oedoparena glauca, where the larvae feed on living barnacle, ...

                                               

Paralimnophila emarginata

                                               

Paravilla aridula

                                               

Paravilla californica

                                               

Paravilla deserta

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