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Graceful grenadier

Hymenogadus gracilis, also known as the Graceful grenadier is a species of rattail fish. It is found at depths of 160–345 m in tropical and subtropical seas worldwide. This is one of the smallest of the rattails, growing to no more than 13 cm in ...

                                               

Plainfin grenadier

The plainfin grenadier is a species of rattail. This is a deep-water fish found at depths of up to 772 m. It has a wide distribution in the Indian and western Pacific Oceans. This species reaches a length of 30 cm. As suggested by the common name ...

                                               

Camponotus empedocles

It is one of the larger, black sugar ant species of the Afrotropics, with a head width HW of 3.3 to 3.4 mm. As with other sugar ants, they have 12 segmented antennae with the antennal insertions distant from the clypeal margin, a rounded pronotum ...

                                               

Diacamma indicum

Diacamma indicum, also known as Indian queenless ant, is a species of ant of the subfamily Ponerinae. It is found from India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh.

                                               

Dolichoderus erectilobus

Dolichoderus erectilobus is a species of ant in the genus Dolichoderus. Described by Santschi in 1920, the species is only known to be endemic to Vietnam.

                                               

Gryllus vernalis

Gryllus vernalis, the northern wood cricket, is a species of cricket native to deciduous woods of the midwestern United States, where its primary habitat is leaf litter. It can be identified by its totally black exoskeleton and its wide pronotum.

                                               

Maccaffertium mexicanum

Maccaffertium mexicanum is a species of flatheaded mayfly in the family Heptageniidae. It is found in Central America and North America. In North America its range includes southern Mexico.

                                               

Melanoplus alabamae

Melanoplus alabamae, the alabama spur-throat grasshopper, is a species of spur-throated grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in North America.

                                               

Melanoplus oreophilus

Melanoplus oreophilus, the Mount Hood short-wing grasshopper, is a species of spur-throated grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in North America.

                                               

Melanoplus platycercus

Melanoplus platycercus, the Whitney short-wing grasshopper, is a species of spur-throated grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in North America.

                                               

Melanoplus splendidus

Melanoplus splendidus, known generally as the juniper grasshopper or splendid grasshopper, is a species of spur-throated grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in North America.

                                               

Melanoplus tunicae

Melanoplus tunicae, the tunica spur-throat grasshopper, is a species of spur-throated grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in North America.

                                               

Microvelia buenoi

Microvelia buenoi is a species of smaller water strider in the family Veliidae. It is found in Europe & Northern Asia and North America.

                                               

Myrmica gallienii

Myrmica gallienii is an ant species distributed from Central Europe to West Siberia. Also found in Sweden, Finland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania. It lives in wet grasslands and swamps, often in saline land. It builds shallow nests with a soil mo ...

                                               

Platypedia mohavensis

These two subspecies belong to the species Platypedia mohavensis: Platypedia mohavensis Davis, 1920 Platypedia mohavensis rufescens Davis, 1932

                                               

Rhagoletis juglandis

Rhagoletis juglandis, also known as the walnut husk fly, is a species of tephritid or fruit fly in the family Tephritidae. It is closely related to the walnut husk maggot Rhagoletis suavis. This species of fly belongs to the R. suavis group, whic ...

                                               

Thomictis ephorista

                                               

Transmixta fortuita

                                               

Sasakiopus

Sasakiopus is a genus of octopus containing only one species, Sasakiopus salebrosus, the rough octopus. It is part of the family Enteroctopodidae. Genetic analysis appeared to show that S. salebrosus is the sister taxon of the genera Benthoctopus ...

                                               

Aru cylinder snake

The Aru cylinder snake is reddish brown, with white transverse spots forming two alternating series on the back and crossbars on the belly, some of which are complete, others interrupted, and the two halves alternating, with a pair of large white ...

                                               

Lerista frosti

A description of the species was presented to the Royal Society of Victoria in 1895 by Arthur H. S. Lucas and Charles Frost, proposing the name Rhodona tetradactyla, The taxon was reassigned to the genus Lygosoma by A. H. C. Zietz, and as the ear ...

                                               

Allothele

As of May 2019 it contains five species: Allothele teretis Tucker, 1920 – South Africa Allothele malawi Coyle, 1984 – Malawi, South Africa Allothele australis Purcell, 1903 – South Africa Allothele regnardi Benoit, 1964 – Congo, Angola Allothele ...

                                               

Dorymetaecus

Dorymetaecus is a monotypic genus of Australian araneomorph spiders in the Phrurolithidae family, containing the single species, Dorymetaecus spinnipes. It was first described by W. J. Rainbow in 1920, and has only been found on Lord Howe Island. ...

                                               

Meta nigra

Meta nigra is a long-jawed orb weaver spider species found in Portugal. It was described by Franganillo in 1920. According to the world spider catalog, M. nigra is a nomen dubium.

                                               

Scotognapha

As of May 2019 it contains fourteen species, all from the Canary Islands and the Savage Islands: Scotognapha wunderlichi Platnick, Ovtsharenko & Murphy, 2001 – Canary Is. Scotognapha convexa Simon, 1883 type – Canary Is. Scotognapha canaricola St ...

                                               

Smionia

Smionia is a genus of African ground spiders that was first described by R. de Dalmas in 1920. As of May 2019 it contains only two species: S. capensis and S. lineatipes.

                                               

Spirembolus

As of May 2019 it contains forty-one species, found in Mexico, Canada, and the United States: Spirembolus pallidus Chamberlin & Ivie, 1935 – USA Spirembolus monicus Chamberlin, 1949 – USA Spirembolus maderus Chamberlin, 1949 – USA Spirembolus phy ...

                                               

Naretha bluebonnet

The Naretha bluebonnet is an Australian parrot, one of two species in the genus Northiella. It is closely related to, and was considered a subspecies of, the eastern bluebonnet.

                                               

Clausidium dissimile

Clausidium dissimile is a species of copepod that has been found along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts from Massachusetts to Florida. They are found on the bodies of mud shrimp of the family Callianassidae, or from water collected from mud shrimp bu ...

                                               

Cynoglossus durbanensis

Cynoglossus durbanensis, commonly known as the Durban tonguesole is a species of tonguefish. It is commonly found in the western Indian Ocean off the coast of Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique and South Africa.

                                               

Lavender lizardfish

The lavender lizardfish is a lizardfish of the family Synodontidae, found in the western Pacific including Japan, north eastern Australia, Lord Howe Island, and northern New Zealand, at depths down to 75 m. Its length is between 12 and 18 cm.

                                               

Parabembras robinsoni

The African deep-water flathead, is a species of sprat-like flathead fish belonging to the family Parabembridae. It is found in Western Indian Ocean.

                                               

Squamicreedia

Squamicreedia is a genus of duckbill from the family Percophidae. It is endemic to waters with sandy sea beds off northern Australia. It is a monotypic genus, containing a single species, Squamicreedia obtusa, the obtuse duckbill or obtuse sandfish.

                                               

Africallagma fractum

Africallagma fractum, the slender bluet, is a species of damselfly in the family Coenagrionidae. It has been found in Angola, southern Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and eastern South Africa.

                                               

Baetis flavistriga

Baetis flavistriga is a species of small minnow mayfly in the family Baetidae. It is found in Central America and North America. In North America its range includes all of Canada, all of Mexico, and the continental United States.

                                               

Baetis intercalaris

Baetis intercalaris is a species of small minnow mayfly in the family Baetidae. It is found in the south half of Canada and the continental United States.

                                               

Circotettix coconino

Circotettix coconino, the coconino wrangler grasshopper, is a species of band-winged grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in North America.

                                               

Deraeocoris quercicola

These two subspecies belong to the species Deraeocoris quercicola: Deraeocoris quercicola pallens Knight, 1921 Deraeocoris quercicola Knight, 1921

                                               

Drosophila albomicans

Drosophila albomicans is a species of vinegar fly in the family Drosophilidae. Drosophila albomicans is a member of the Immigrans-tripunctata radiation of the subgenus Drosophila. The D. albomicans genome was first sequenced in 2012 to study the ...

                                               

Drosophila immigrans

Drosophila immigrans is a species of vinegar fly in the family Drosophilidae. Drosophila immigrans is a member of the Immigrans-tripunctata radiation of the subgenus Drosophila. It is related to the Drosophila quinaria and Drosophila testacea spe ...

                                               

Eriozancla trachyphaea

                                               

Greenidea ficicola

Greenidea ficicola is a species of aphid. It was described by Takahashi in 1921. Its color is yellowish-brown to green to dark brown, and it usually has a body length of 1.7-2.2 mm. It has long, hairy siphunculi dark brown curved outwards distally.

                                               

Inscudderia taxodii

Inscudderia taxodii, known generally as the western cypress katydid or bald cypress katydid, is a species of phaneropterine katydid in the family Tettigoniidae. It is found in North America.

                                               

Neotoxoptera formosana

Neotoxoptera formosana or the Onion aphid, is an aphid in the superfamily Aphidoidea in the order Hemiptera. It was originally discovered in Taiwan in 1921, but has spread all around the world. The aphid is dark reddish brown in color. Host plant ...

                                               

Argentine hocicudo

The Argentine hocicudo is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found only in northern Argentina in yungas habitat. The exact population is unknown as only three specimens have been collected and threats may be deforestation and ove ...

                                               

Wirenia argentea

Wirenia argentea lives in European marine waters. The type locality of is Hardangerfjord, Sunde, Norway. The type specimen are stored in the Swedish Museum of Natural History.

                                               

Cyrtodactylus angularis

Cyrtodactylus angularis, also known commonly as the angulated bow-fingered gecko or the angled forest gecko, is a species of lizard in the family Gekkonidae. The species is endemic to Thailand.

                                               

Cyrtodactylus condorensis

C. condorensis may attain a snout-to-vent length SVL of 8 cm 3.1 in, plus a tail 10 cm 3.9 in long. Dorsally, it is grayish-brown, with large dark spots on the body, and dark crossbars on the tail. Ventrally it is light brownish. On the head, the ...

                                               

Irregular bow-fingered gecko

C. irregularis may attain a snout-to-vent length SVL of 79 mm 3.1 in. Dorsally, it is grayish-brown, with dark brown, white-edged, angular spots or crossbands. A curved band extends across the nape of the neck from eye to eye. Ventrally, it is wh ...

                                               

Rhinophis porrectus

The specific name, porrectus, is Latin for "stretched" and refers to the high number of ventrals. The common name, Willeys earth snake, refers to "Dr. Willey" who collected the holotype specimen in 1903.

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