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Arocatus roeselii

This species can be found in most of Europe, in the Middle East and Caucasus. It is not present in the British isles. In 2008, it was reported in large numbers in London by the Natural History Museum, London, England, but the species was later id ...

                                               

Carineta diardi

                                               

Chrysanthrax edititius

                                               

Coelinidea elegans

                                               

Copestylum marginatum

                                               

Copestylum violaceum

                                               

Dicranoptycha fuscescens

                                               

Gonia frontosa

                                               

Hedriodiscus trivittatus

                                               

Heterogaster artemisiae

                                               

Hexagenia limbata

Hexagenia limbata, the giant mayfly, is a species of mayfly in the family Ephemeridae. It is native to North America where it is distributed widely near lakes and slow-moving rivers. The larvae, known as nymphs, are aquatic and burrow in mud and ...

                                               

Homotropus elegans

                                               

Meringopus calescens

This holarctic species is present in Afghanistan, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Slovakia, France, Germany, Greece, India, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Morocco, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, ...

                                               

Pachybrachius fracticollis

Pachybrachius fracticollis is a species of dirt-colored seed bug in the family Rhyparochromidae. It is found in Europe & Northern Asia and North America.

                                               

Phoenicocoris obscurellus

Phoenicocoris obscurellus is a species of plant bugs belonging to the family Miridae, subfamily Phylinae that is found throughout continental Europe and the British Isles, except for southeastern Europe.

                                               

Physocephala tibialis

Physocephala tibialis is a species of thick-headed fly found throughout the eastern United States, often near flowering plants. The adult fly is primarily black with a yellow face and thin white stripes on the abdomen. It is commonly found along ...

                                               

Platycheirus stegnus

                                               

Ptecticus trivittatus

                                               

Rhyparochromus vulgaris

Rhyparochromus vulgaris is a species of dirt-colored seed bug in the family Rhyparochromidae. It is found in Africa, Europe & Northern Asia, North America, and Southern Asia. This bug was first recorded in North America in 2001. Rhyparochromus vu ...

                                               

Stygnocoris sabulosus

Stygnocoris sabulosus is a species of dirt-colored seed bug in the family Rhyparochromidae. It is found in Africa, Europe & Northern Asia, and North America.

                                               

Xanthomelanodes arcuatus

                                               

Xanthomelanodes atripennis

                                               

Zelia vertebrata

                                               

Beetles described in 1829

                                               

Butterflies described in 1829

                                               

Moths described in 1829

                                               

Bivalves described in 1829

                                               

Gastropods described in 1829

                                               

Giant butterfly lizard

The giant butterfly lizard is a rarely seen species of lizard found in parts of Southeast Asia. It is the largest member of the genus Leiolepis.

                                               

Rhinophis philippinus

Brown dorsally and ventrally, each scale with a lighter margin. Some specimens have a yellowish blotch near the head or on the anal region. Total length 27 cm 10 3 ⁄ 4 in. Dorsal scales arranged in 17 rows at midbody in 19 rows behind the head. V ...

                                               

Sphodros rufipes

Sphodros rufipes, sometimes called the red legged purseweb spider, is a mygalomorph spider from the southern United States, though it has been photographed as far north as Indiana, Missouri, New Jersey, Tennessee, Delaware, Louisiana, and Tuckern ...

                                               

St Charles Borromeo, Hull

St Charles Borromeo is a parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Middlesbrough and is the oldest post-reformation Catholic Church in the city of Kingston upon Hull, England. The church is a Grade I listed building, having been upgraded from a Gra ...

                                               

Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Cabimas

The Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral or simply Cathedral of Cabimas, is the Mother Church of Cabimas, in the state of Zulia in Venezuela. Is a nineteenth century building. It with the Archbishops Palace the seat of the Diocese of Cabimas. The ini ...

                                               

St. Peters Church, Royapuram

St. Peters Church is one of the oldest churches in Royapuram area of Chennai, the capital of the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The original structure was built in Gothic architecture in 1829 by Gurukula Vamsha Varnakula Mudaliars, a gang of b ...

                                               

Chestnut-headed chachalaca

The chestnut-headed chachalaca is a small bird found only in the northern part of South America. It grows to about 38 cm in length and weighs 380 to 620 g. This bird lives mostly in trees. It is a member of the family Cracidae, and is endemic to ...

                                               

Grey-backed camaroptera

The grey-backed camaroptera is a small bird in the family Cisticolidae. This bird is a resident breeder in Africa south of the Sahara Desert. Recent studies suggest this species and the green-backed camaroptera may be the same species. This skulk ...

                                               

Silvery-breasted tanager

The silvery-breasted tanager is a subspecies of the opal-rumped tanager but sometimes considered a distinct species Tangara cyanomelas. It is endemic to Atlantic Forest in south-eastern Brazil. When it was still considered a good species, it was ...

                                               

Atergatis roseus

Atergatis roseus, the rosy egg crab, is a species of reef crab from the family Xanthidae with a natural range extending from the Red Sea to Fiji. It has colonised the eastern Mediterranean by Lessepsian migration through the Suez Canal. The flesh ...

                                               

Latreillia elegans

Latreillia elegans is a species of crab in the family Latreilliidae. It is the type species of its genus. It is found in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.

                                               

Thalamita crenata

The mangrove swimming crab, also called the crenate swimming crab or spiny rock crab, is a swimming crab species in the genus Thalamita. Distributed all over marine and brackish waters of Indo-West Pacific regions. It is widely used as an edible ...

                                               

Amphiprion chrysogaster

Amphiprion chrysogaster, the Mauritian anemonefish, is a marine fish belonging to the family Pomacentridae, the clownfishes and damselfishes. It is endemic to Mauritius and probably Reunion.

                                               

Bluntnose snake-eel

The bluntnose snake-eel is an eel in the family Ophichthidae. The author of the species is anonymous, but it has been referred to Edward Turner Bennett in 1830. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from the Indo-Pacific, including Kenya, M ...

                                               

Clarks anemonefish

Amphiprion clarkii, known commonly as Clarks anemonefish and yellowtail clownfish, is a marine fish belonging to the family Pomacentridae, the clownfishes and damselfishes.

                                               

Dark-banded fusilier

P. tile can reach a length of 25 cm 9.8 in. The back of the body is dark blue, while the flanks show a bluish-green strike with a black stripe along the lateral line. The lower third of the body varies from white to pinkish. The lower half of the ...

                                               

Eleginops maclovinus

Eleginops maclovinus, the Patagonian blenny, Falklands mullet or rock cod, is a species of notothenioid fish found in coastal and estuarine habitats around southernmost South America, ranging as far north as Valparaiso on the Pacific side, and Ur ...

                                               

Goldband fusilier

The goldband fusilier is a fusilier of the genus Pterocaesio. It is also known as the blacktipped fusilier. This is a tropical reef forage fish found between latitudes 30°N and 27°S and longitudes 40°E to 157°E. It is widespread around reefs in t ...

                                               

Grays stone loach

Grays stone loach is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Balitora. It is endemic to India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Myanmar. It grows to a maximum length of 10.5 cm.

                                               

Isacia conceptionis

                                               

Lethrinus atlanticus

The Atlantic emperor is a species of fish in the emperor family found in the eastern Atlantic Ocean off the coast of western Africa. In the wild, this species feeds on bottom dwelling invertebrates and grows up to 30 cm at average.

                                               

Lethrinus erythracanthus

This species has a distinctive bright orange caudal fin. Younger species have a slightly forked caudal fin that is often bright orange. This fin becomes rounded when the fish matures. In adults, the dorsal and anal fins are rounded and usually bl ...

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