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Myrmecia gratiosa

Myrmecia gratiosa is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. Native to Australia, this species is mainly found in Western Australia. During a study in Perth, it was realised that Myrmecia gratiosa was located in all locations where ...

                                               

Myrmecia hirsuta

Myrmecia hirsuta is a species of bull ant, belonging to the 90 species in the genus Myrmecia. The species was described in 1951 by John Clark. Myrmecia hirsuta is distributed across the whole country of Australia, with their distribution is in mo ...

                                               

Myrmecia midas

Myrmecia midas is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. Myrmecia midas is distributed mainly along the coastlines of several eastern Australian states. It was first described by John S. Clark ...

                                               

Myrmecia pavida

Myrmecia pavida is a bull ant species which lives in and is native to Australia. Described by John S. Clark in 1951, the Myrmecia pavida is distributed and has been mainly collected from the states of Western Australia and South Australia. The av ...

                                               

Myrmecia picticeps

Myrmecia picticeps is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. Myrmecia picticeps has mostly been studied and found in the state of Western Australia. It was described by John S. Clark in 1951. M ...

                                               

Myrmecia potteri

Myrmecia potteri is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. Myrmecia potteri is mainly distributed and commonly observed in the eastern states of Australia. The size for a worker Myrmecia potter ...

                                               

Myrmecia rubripes

Myrmecia rubripes is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. Their distribution is mainly in Western Australia. Average lengths for a worker is 19-21 millimetres. The head and thorax is in a bla ...

                                               

Perdita bequaertiana

                                               

Philotarsus kwakiutl

                                               

Polypedilum vanderplanki

Polypedilum vanderplanki or the sleeping chironomid, is a dipteran in the family Chironomidae. It occurs in the semi-arid regions of the African continent. Its larvae are found in small tubular nests in the mud at the bottom of temporary pools th ...

                                               

Proctacanthella robusta

                                               

Protochauliodes spenceri

                                               

Pygospina spinata

                                               

Rhagoletis willinki

                                               

Sepedon neili

                                               

Solenopsis tennesseensis

                                               

Spilomyia crandalli

                                               

Tephritis arizonaensis

                                               

Toxorhina approximata

Toxorhina approximata is a species of limoniid crane fly in the family Limoniidae. This species is known from a specimen taken at 1500 meters on Mt. Tsaratanana in Madagascar. The specimen is now stored at the United States National Museum of Nat ...

                                               

Trachymyrmex nogalensis

                                               

Wiedemannia azurea

                                               

Beetles described in 1951

                                               

Butterflies described in 1951

                                               

Moths described in 1951

                                               

Pitar cordatus

Pitar cordatus, or the cordate venus clam, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family Veneridae. It can be found throughout the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Keys.

                                               

Gastropods described in 1951

                                               

Agalenatea

Agalenatea is a genus of orb-weaver spiders first described by Allan Frost Archer in 1951. As of April 2019 it contains only two species. As of April 2019 it contains only two species: A. redii with a palearctic distribution and A. liriope, found ...

                                               

Araneus andrewsi

                                               

Araneus iviei

                                               

Araneus mammatus

                                               

Araneus montereyensis

                                               

Eriovixia

As of April 2019 it contains twenty-four species found throughout Africa and Asia: Eriovixia turbinata Thorell, 1899 – Cameroon, Congo Eriovixia pseudocentrodes Bosenberg & Strand, 1906 – China, Laos, Japan Eriovixia nigrimaculata Han & Zhu, 2010 ...

                                               

Fernandezina

As of June 2019 it contains fourteen species, found only in South America: Fernandezina saira Buckup & Ott, 2004 – Brazil Fernandezina takutu Grismado, 2002 – Guyana Fernandezina maldonado Platnick, Grismado & Ramirez, 1999 – Peru Fernandezina ju ...

                                               

Gibbaranea

As of April 2019 it contains thirteen species: Gibbaranea bituberculata Walckenaer, 1802 – Europe, Turkey, Israel, Russia Europe to Far East, Central Asia to China, Japan, India Gibbaranea bruuni Lissner, 2016 – Portugal, Spain, Algeria, Tunisia ...

                                               

Jacksonella

Jacksonella is a genus of dwarf spiders that was first described by Alfred Frank Millidge in 1951. As of May 2019 it contains only three species, found in Cyprus, Greece, and Korea: J. bidens, J. falconeri, and J. sexoculata.

                                               

Linyphia rita

                                               

Mangromedes kochi

                                               

Nigma walckenaeri

Nigma walckenaeri is a green cribellate spider up to five millimetres long, the largest of the family Dictynidae. While most of the body is a somewhat yellowish, the abdomen is a shining green, which makes it rather distinct and hard to confuse w ...

                                               

Pardosa timidula

                                               

Philodromus oneida

                                               

Pickardinella setigera

                                               

Prionosternum

Prionosternum is a genus of Australian white tailed spiders that was first described by R. A. Dunn in 1951. As of May 2019 it contains only three species: P. nitidiceps, P. porongurup, and P. scutatum. Originally placed with the ground spiders, i ...

                                               

Salticus latidentatus

Salticus latidentatus is a species of jumping spider that occurs in Russia, Mongolia and China, reaching into South China. The female is about four mm long. The carapace of the female is dark reddish brown anteriorly and somewhat lighter on the t ...

                                               

Schizocosa crassipalpata

                                               

Teloleptoneta

Teloleptoneta is a monotypic genus of European leptonetids containing the single species, Teloleptoneta synthetica. It was first described by C. Ribera in 1988, and has only been found in Portugal.

                                               

Zealanapis australis

                                               

Zodarion ruffoi

                                               

Zygiella carpenteri

Zygiella carpenteri is a species of orb weaver in the spider family Araneidae. In 2015, the genus Parazygiella was determined to be a taxonomic synonym of Zygiella, so Parazygiella carpenteri and the other species of Parazygiella were moved to th ...

                                               

Bear Swamp Preserve

Bear Swamp Preserve is a Nature Conservancy preserve and National Natural Landmark in Westerlo, New York. It consists of a pond and surrounding 310 acres of swamp and woodland. It is recognized for its great laurel tree population. It has two nat ...

                                               

Deer Lick Nature Sanctuary

Deer Lick Nature Sanctuary is a protected forest and gorge in Cattaraugus County, New York. The preserve is within Zoar Valley near Gowanda, and is managed by The Nature Conservancy.

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