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Austrolimnophila ochracea

Austrolimnophila ochracea is a cranefly in the family Limoniidae. It is a Palearctic species with a limited distribution in Europe It is found in a wide range of habitats and micro habitats: in earth rich in humus, in swamps and marshes, in leaf ...

                                               

Bibio leucopterus

                                               

Bibio venosus

                                               

Calephorus compressicornis

Calephorus compressicornis is a species of grasshopper in the tribe Calephorini found in Europe and Africa. Pierre Andre Latreille first described the species as Acrydium compressicornis in 1804. The type locality is the vicinity of Bordeaux, France.

                                               

Callomyia elegans

                                               

Cephalotes marginatus

Cephalotes marginatus is a species of arboreal ant of the genus Cephalotes, characterized by an odd shaped head and the ability to "parachute" by steering their fall if they drop off of the tree theyre on. Giving their name also as gliding ants. ...

                                               

Chironomus riparius

Chironomus riparius, also known as Chironomus thummi and commonly known as the harlequin fly, is a species of non-biting midge. Their larvae are known by the common name of blood worm due to their red colouration. It is common in both North Ameri ...

                                               

Conocephalus dorsalis

Conocephalus dorsalis, the short-winged conehead, is a bush cricket species belonging to the family Tettigoniidae, subfamily Conocephalinae. It is a hygrophilous species, and is therefore common in wet meadows and slow-flowing streams with floati ...

                                               

Crematogaster acuta

                                               

Dicranomyia didyma

                                               

Dicranomyia fusca

                                               

Dioctria atricapilla

The violet black-legged robber fly, Dioctria atricapilla, is a species of robber fly in the subfamily Dasypogoninae. This 9- to 12-millimeter long insect has a wingspan of roughly 7 to 9 mm and short, three-segmented antennae. Its a predatory ins ...

                                               

Dysmachus trigonus

                                               

Echthromorpha intricatoria

Echthromorpha intricatoria, also known as the cream-spotted ichneumon, is a common wasp found in Australia and New Zealand. It cannot sting and does not build nests, and is harmless to humans. The female injects eggs into pupae of moths and butte ...

                                               

Ectemnius continuus

Ectemnius continuus is a species of square-headed wasp in the family Crabronidae. It is found in Africa, Europe & Northern Asia, North America, and Southern Asia.

                                               

Eloeophila maculata

Eloeophila maculata is a species of fly in the family Limoniidae. It is a Palearctic species with a limited distribution in Europe It is found in a wide range of habitats and micro habitats: in earth rich in humus, in swamps and marshes, in leaf ...

                                               

Elongate twig ant

The elongated twig ant, or Pseudomyrmex gracilis, is a large, slender species native to Mexico and arid parts of the US. The workers are about 7–12 millimeters in length and generally wasp-like in appearance and style of movement. Worker ants are ...

                                               

Empis bistortae

Empis bistortae is a species of dance flies, in the fly family Empididae. It is found from the Benelux, south to the Iberian Peninsula and east to Ukraine. It is not found in Italy and on the Balkan Peninsula.

                                               

Empis chioptera

                                               

Empis lutea

                                               

Empis nigricans

                                               

Empis nigritarsis

                                               

Empis nitida

                                               

Empis opaca

Empis opaca is a species of dance flies, in the fly family Empididae. It is found in most of Europe, except the Balkan Peninsula and the Iberian Peninsula.

                                               

Empis picipes

Empis picipes is a species of dance flies, in the fly family Empididae. It is found from Great Britain east to Poland, Slovakia and Hungary and from Fennoscandia south to Italy. It is not found on the Balkan Peninsula, except Greece.

                                               

Empis punctata

                                               

Empis variegata

Empis variegata is a species of dance flies, in the fly family Empididae. It is found from the Benelux, through Germany to Switzerland, Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. It has also been recorded from central Russia.

                                               

Erioptera lutea

                                               

Formica truncorum

Formica truncorum is a species of wood ant from the genus Formica. It is distributed across a variety of locations worldwide, including central Europe and Japan. Workers can range from 3.5 to 9.0mm and are uniquely characterized by small hairs co ...

                                               

Glyptotendipes pallens

                                               

Habropoda laboriosa

Habropoda laboriosa, the southeastern blueberry bee, is a bee in the family Apidae. It is native to the southeastern United States. It is regarded as the most efficient pollinator of southern rabbiteye blueberries, as the flowers require buzz pol ...

                                               

Larra analis

                                               

Leipomeles dorsata

Leipomeles dorsata is a neotropical paper wasp that is found across Central America and northern South America. It is a eusocial wasp with little differentiation between reproducing and non-reproducing females. In fact, workers can become tempora ...

                                               

Leptarthrus brevirostris

Leptarthrus brevirostris is a species of robber-flies found throughout Europe. Two subspecies exist: Leptarthrus brevirostris adamovici and Leptarthrus brevirostris brevirostris.

                                               

Macropelopia nebulosa

                                               

Megachile frontalis

                                               

Megaselia rufipes

                                               

Molophilus griseus

                                               

Neolimonia dumetorum

                                               

Nephrotoma quadrifaria

                                               

Otites nebulosa

                                               

Pachycondyla harpax

                                               

Parachartergus apicalis

Parachartergus apicalis is a species of wasp in the Polistinae subfamily, found in the Neotropics. It was first described by Johan Christian Fabricius in 1804. In Honduras, they are known as alas blancas, which translates into English as "white w ...

                                               

Perithous scurra

These five subspecies belong to the species Perithous scurra: Perithous scurra g Perithous scurra neomexicanus Viereck, 1903 b Perithous scurra nigrinotum Uchida, 1942 c g Perithous scurra japonicus Uchida, 1928 c g Perithous scurra pleuralis Cre ...

                                               

Plagiognathus chrysanthemi

Plagiognathus chrysanthemi, the trefoil plant bug, is a species of plant bug in the family Miridae. It is found across the entire Palearctic and in North America as an adventive. Plagiognathus chrysanthemi sucks on herbaceous plants and it is ver ...

                                               

Platypalpus luteus

                                               

Podium rufipes

Podium rufipes is a species of thread-waisted wasp in the family Sphecidae. It has an average length of 19 millimeters. Its body coloring is usually black, sometimes with a tint of blue, and it has red legs.

                                               

Ponera pennsylvanica

Ponera pennsylvanica is a species of ant that is usually found in mesic forests in the Eastern United States. The species nests are usually found under rotting logs, in rotting stumps or logs, in acorns, in soil, and in leaf mold. Ant colonies us ...

                                               

Rhamphomyia cinerascens

                                               

Rhamphomyia longipes

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