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Afreumenes violaceus

Afreumenes violaceus Giordani Soika, 1941 Afreumenes violaceus trifasciatus Giordani Soika, 1987 Afreumenes violaceus paramelanosoma Giordani Soika, 1968 Afreumenes violaceus rugosopunctatus Giordani Soika, 1968

                                               

Axinidris acholli

Axinidris acholli is a species of ant in the genus Axinidris. Described by Weber in 1941, the species is endemic to Kenya and Sudan, where specimens originally collected were observed foraging. above ground vegetation

                                               

Chitaura elegans

Chitaura elegans is a species of grasshopper found in Indo-Malaysia. Two subspecies are recognized: Chitaura elegans Ramme, 1941 Chitaura elegans diluta Ramme, 1941

                                               

Euura aquilonis

Euura aquilonis is a species of sawfly belonging to the family Tenthredinidae. The larvae feed internally in a gall formed on the leaves of dwarf willow and polar willow. Galls of E. herbaceae are similar and the larvae need to be examined to tel ...

                                               

Euura arbusculae

Euura arbusculae is a species of sawfly belonging to the family Tenthredinidae. The larvae feed internally in a gall formed on the leaves of mountain willow.

                                               

Euura triandrae

Euura triandrae is a species of sawfly belonging to the family Tenthredinidae. The larvae feed on the leaves of almond willow and was first described in 1941.

                                               

Heathrhoades

As minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number by the IAUs Minor Planet Center, and the discoverers can then submit names for them, following the IAUs naming conventions. The list below concerns those minor planets i ...

                                               

Iridomyrmex viridigaster

Iridomyrmex viridigaster is a species of ant in the genus Iridomyrmex. Endemic to Australia, though not very common, it was described by John S. Clark in 1941.

                                               

Lasius japonicus

Lasius japonicus are ants which are commonly found in Asia, belonging to the genus Lasius. Formic acid will be sprayed at predator or prey. This species will take down just about any bug they can find. They look mostly black in color with a tinge ...

                                               

Lasius plumopilosus

Lasius plumopilosus is a species of ant belonging to the genus Lasius, formerly a part of the genus Acanthomyops. Described in 1941 by Buren, the species is native to the United States, notably from the state of Iowa.

                                               

Thylacella cubana

Thylacella cubana is a species of scaly-winged barklouse in the family Lepidopsocidae. It is found in the Caribbean Sea, Central America, and North America.

                                               

Afrololigo

Afrololigo mercatoris, commonly known as the Guinean thumbstall squid, is a small species of squid in the family Loliginidae from the eastern central Atlantic Ocean. It is the only species in the monotypic genus Afrololigo.

                                               

Acontias occidentalis

Acontias occidentalis, the western burrowing skink or savanna legless skink, is a species of lizard in the family Scincidae. It is found in Namibia, Zimbabwe, Angola, and South Africa.

                                               

Lutzs gecko

Lutzs gecko, also known commonly as Bogerts gecko and Lutz marked gecko, is a species of lizard in the family Gekkonidae. The species is endemic to Brazil.

                                               

Rhinophis dorsimaculatus

Rhinophis dorsimaculatus, commonly known as the polka-dot earth snake, is a species of snake in the Uropeltidae family. It is endemic to the scrub jungles of Sri Lanka.

                                               

Afrobeata

Afrobeata is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by Lodovico di Caporiacco in 1941. As of June 2019 it contains only three species, found only in Tanzania, Ethiopia, and on Socotra: A. firma, A. latithorax, and A. magnifica. The n ...

                                               

Anapisona

As of April 2019 it contains thirteen species, found from Mexico to Brazil: Anapisona schuhi Platnick & Shadab, 1979 – Brazil Anapisona kartabo Forster, 1958 – Guyana Anapisona bolivari Georgescu, 1987 – Venezuela Anapisona guerrai Muller, 1987 – ...

                                               

Calilena restricta

These two subspecies belong to the species Calilena restricta: Calilena restricta dixiana Chamberlin & Ivie, 1941 i c g Calilena restricta Chamberlin & Ivie, 1941 i g Data sources: i = ITIS, c = Catalogue of Life, g = GBIF, b = Bugguide.net

                                               

Colphepeira

Colphepeira is a genus of North American orb-weaver spiders containing the single species, Colphepeira catawba. It was first described by Allan Frost Archer in 1941, and has only been found in United States and Mexico.

                                               

Ctenus vespertilio

Ctenus vespertilio is a species of spider from the Ctenidae family. The scientific name of this species was first published in 1941 by Candido Firmino de Mello-Leitão, found in Colombia.

                                               

Galianoella

Galianoella is a monotypic genus of South American araneomorph spiders in the Gallieniellidae family containing the single species, Galianoella leucostigma. It was first described by Pablo A. Goloboff in 2000, breaking it off from Azilia. It has ...

                                               

Tegenaria abchasica

Tegenaria abchasica differs from all other known species in the genus Tegenaria by the presence of two dark spots on the upper surface of the cephalothorax at the junction of the head and thorax. There is also a characteristic pattern on the unde ...

                                               

1942 Campeonato Carioca

The 1942 edition of the Campeonato Carioca kicked off on April 5, 1942 and ended on October 11. The final standings were delayed 140 days, as Botafogo challenged the result of their loss to São Cristovão in court, ultimately losing. Flamengo won ...

                                               

1942 Campeonato Paulista

The 1942 Campeonato Paulista da Primeira Divisão, organized by the Federação Paulista de Futebol, was the 41st season of São Paulos top professional football league. Palmeiras won the title for the 9th time, its first title under its new name. no ...

                                               

Micrixalus herrei

Micrixalus herrei is a newly redescribed species of frog in the family Micrixalidae. Originally described in 1942, it was synonymized with M. fuscus in 1984. However, morphological differences as well as DNA evidence confirm this species to be va ...

                                               

Rhynchocinetes uritai

Rhynchocinetes uritai also known as the camel shrimp, camelback shrimp, or dancing shrimp is a non-aggressive crustacean of the family Rhynchocinetidae. They are saltwater shrimp, and are common in saltwater aquariums.

                                               

Nematolebias whitei

Nematolebias whitei, the Rio pearlfish, is a species of killifish from the family Rivulidae. It is endemic to Brazil where it is found in the Laguna de Araruama basin, Das Ostras River basin and in coastal plains in the vicinity of the mouth of S ...

                                               

Simpsonichthys constanciae

Simpsonichthys constanciae is a species of killifish from the family Rivulidae that is endemic to Brazil. It is restricted to temporary freshwater habitats in the São João basin in Rio de Janeiro, while all other species in the genus are from Bah ...

                                               

Sternarchogiton porcinum

Sternarchogiton porcinum is a species of weakly electric knifefish in the family Apteronotidae. It is native to deep river channels in the Rio Huallaga, Rio Napo, and Rio Amazonas in Peru, and in the Rio Orinoco in Venezuela. Many specimens once ...

                                               

Acromantis oligoneura

Acromantis oligoneura is a species of praying mantis described by Wilhelm de Haan in 1842. Acromantis oligoneura belongs to the genus Acromantis of the family Hymenopodidae. No subspecies are listed.

                                               

Diadegma mandschukuonum

Diadegma mandschukuonum is a wasp first described by Uchida in 1942. It is a member of the genus Diadegma and family Ichneumonidae. No subspecies are listed.

                                               

Drosophila montana

Drosophila montana, colloquially referred to as a fruit fly, is a species of fly belonging to the family Drosophilidae and the genus Drosophila. It belongs to the montana phylad, which diverged from the D. virilis species group in South Asia befo ...

                                               

Drosophila nigrospiracula

Drosophila nigrospiracula is a fly species indigenous to the Sonoran Desert, spanning Arizona, California, and part of Sonora, Mexico. D. nigrospiracula share the Sonoran Desert with three other species of Drosophila: D. pachea, D. mettleri, and ...

                                               

Formica fossaceps

Formica fossaceps is a species of ant in the genus Formica, in the family Formicidae. This species is a member of the Formica rufa species group.

                                               

Lasius pubescens

Lasius pubescens is a species of ant belonging to the genus Lasius, formerly a part of the genus Acanthomyops. Described in 1942 by Buren, the species is native to the United States.

                                               

Dirksia

Dirksia is a genus of araneomorph spiders in the Cybaeidae family, and was first described by R. V. Chamberlin & Wilton Ivie in 1942 as a subgenus of Ethobuella. Originally placed with the funnel weavers, it was elevated to genus and moved to the ...

                                               

Lessertina

Lessertina is a genus of African araneomorph spiders in the Cheiracanthiidae family, first described by R. F. Lawrence in 1942. As of April 2019 it contains only two species, both found in South Africa.

                                               

Linyphantes

As of May 2019 it contains nineteen species and one subspecies, found in Canada, Mexico, and the United States: Linyphantes aeronauticus Petrunkevitch, 1929 type – USA Linyphantes pacificus Banks, 1906 – USA Linyphantes eureka Chamberlin & Ivie, ...

                                               

Meta milleri

Meta milleri is a long-jawed orb weaver spider species found in Croatia. It was described by Kratochvil in 1942. The species was later posed in synonymy with Meta bourneti.

                                               

Novakiella

Novakiella is a genus of South Pacific orb-weaver spiders containing the single species, Novakiella trituberculosa that has only been found in Australia and New Zealand.

                                               

Paracleocnemis

Paracleocnemis is a genus of Argentinian running crab spiders that was first described by R. D. Schiapelli & B. S. Gerschman in 1942. As of June 2019 it contains only two species, found only in Argentina: P. apostoli and P. termalis.

                                               

Pityohyphantes cristatus

These two subspecies belong to the species Pityohyphantes cristatus: Pityohyphantes cristatus coloradensis Chamberlin & Ivie, 1942 Pityohyphantes cristatus Chamberlin & Ivie, 1942

                                               

Yorima

Yorima is a genus of araneomorph spiders in the Cybaeidae family, and was first described by R. V. Chamberlin & Wilton Ivie in 1942. Originally placed in the funnel weaver family, it was moved to the Dictynidae in 1967, and to the Cybaeidae in 2017.

                                               

Turonclavere

As minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number by the IAUs Minor Planet Center, and the discoverers can then submit names for them, following the IAUs naming conventions. The list below concerns those minor planets i ...

                                               

Tremblays salamander

Tremblays salamander is a member of the family Ambystomidae from the United States of America and Canada. Reaching between 9.3 and 16 cm, the salamander is long and slender with many bluish-white markings. It is dark gray to gray-black and the ar ...

                                               

Mesocyclops pehpeiensis

Mesocyclops pehpeiensis is a species of copepod in the family Cyclopidae native to Asia. It is closely related to Mesocyclops ferjemurami and Mesocyclops papuensis. In 2018 it was reported that M. pehpeiensis has been found in western Lake Erie.

                                               

Potamocypris unicaudata

Potamocypris unicaudata is a species of ostracod crustacean in the family Cyprididae, subfamily Cypridopsinae. It is abundantly found in ditches and ponds near the sea shore, where freshwater slightly mingles with sea water. It is known from both ...

                                               

Common false moray

The common false moray, false moray, grey reef eel, or plain false moray, is an eel in the family Chlopsidae. It was described by Leonard Peter Schultz in 1943. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from seaward reefs in the Indo-Pacific re ...

                                               

Echidna leucotaenia

Echidna leucotaenia, the whiteface moray, also known as the white-banded moray eel, is a moray eel. It was described by Schultz in 1943. It is a tropical, marine and freshwater eel which is known from the Indo-Pacific, including East Africa, the ...

                                               

Golden lined whiting

The golden lined whiting, Sillago analis, is a species of inshore marine fish of the smelt whiting family, Sillaginidae that inhabits the coastlines of northern Australia and lower Papua New Guinea. The golden lined whiting can be more readily di ...

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