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Brownback salamander

The brownback salamander is a species of brook salamander. Its range includes parts of Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee, where it occurs in natural freshwater springs typically abundant in watercress. Once considered an ecotype of the southern two ...


Arctides regalis

The species can be found in the tropical Indo-Pacific in underwater caves. The lobster stays off of muddy and sandy bottoms. Its orange-red coloring allows it to blend in with Tubastraea coral that grows in its hiding place. The lobster can be ke ...


Biotodoma wavrini

Biotodoma wavrini, the Orinoco eartheater, is a species of cichlid in the tribe Geophagini, part of the American cichlid subfamily Cichlinae. It is found in the middle and upper Rio Negro drainage in Brazil and Venezuela, and in the Orinoco River ...


Blackpored eel

The blackpored eel is an eel in the family Ophichthidae. It was described by Robert H. Kanazawa in 1963. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from the western central Atlantic Ocean, including Florida, USA; the Bahamas, and Mexico. It dwel ...


Coelorinchus asteroides

Coelorinchus asteroides is a species of rattail. This is a deep-water fish found in the waters around Taiwan and southern Japan. This species grows to a length of about 40 cm. It can be distinguished by its short, broad snout with a sharp rostral ...


Copella vilmae


Cyprinus megalophthalmus

Cyprinus megalophthalmus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Cyprinus that is endemic to Lake Erhai in China. There have been no records since the 1980s and it is possibly extinct.


Flaccid lanternfish

The Flaccid lanternfish is a species of oceanodromous lanternfish, that reaches a lifespan of up to 2 years, and has been found in stomachs of Champsocephalus gunnari and Dissostichus eleginoides.


Ichthyococcus polli


Lampanyctus hubbsi


Liopropoma carmabi

Liopropoma carmabi constitute a size that is smaller than most Liopropoma species and remain small, with a body length that can range up to 6.0 centimeters. Typically, males on average extend to 5.1 cm and females to 4.45 cm. L. carmabi are found ...


Phaenomonas longissima

Phaenomonas longissima, also known as the short-maned sand eel in St. Helena, is an eel in the family Ophichthidae. It was described by Jean Cadenat and Emile Marchal in 1963, originally under the genus Callechelys. It is a marine, tropical eel w ...


Protomyctophum andriashevi


Systomus timbiri


Acemya asiatica


Aedes malayensis

Aedes malayensis was first described in 1963 by Australian entomologist Donald Henry Colless as a subspecies of Aedes scutellaris from males collected at Pulau Hantu, Keppel Harbor, Singapore. In 1972 the subspecies was elevated to species status ...


Anasigerpes amieti


Anthidium pallidiclypeum


Anthocoris dimorphicus


Anthrax cascadensis


Anthrax larrea


Aphaenogaster megommata


Aphelinus certus

A. certus has been found in North America since 2005, and was likely introduced along with or soon after the soybean aphid. A. certus is likely to parasitize both native and introduced aphids in North America as it has a relatively wide host-range.


Araeomerus morrisi


Calliopsis filiorum



Calliscia callisceles is a species of fly in the family Sciomyzidae from the Neotropical region, and the only described species in the genus Calliscia.


Ceraleptus probolus


Circotettix stenometopus


Diadegma angulator


Embidopsocus laticeps


Irbisia oreas


Irbisia serrata


Macrostomus cysticercus


Macrostomus seticauda


Microtes pogonata


Mycodrosophila claytonae


Myrmica bibikoffi


Myrmica scabrinodis scabrinodis

Myrmica scabrinodis is a subspecies of ant that can be found everywhere in Europe except for Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canary Islands, Croatia, Iceland, Malta, Monaco, Madeira, Monaco, San Marino, Slovenia, and Vatican City. It is unique i ...


Oecanthus celerinictus


Parhelophilus laetus


Prionyx foxi


Prionyx parkeri


Sobarocephala quadrimaculata


Sogatella molina


Stizoides foxi


Systropus bicornis


Tarachodes circulifer


Tipula grahamina


Trichopsocus brincki

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