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Nomindra

Nomindra is a genus of Austrialian ground spiders that was first described by Norman I. Platnick & Barbara Baehr in 2006. Originally placed with the long-spinneret ground spiders, it was transferred to the ground spiders in 2018.

                                               

Ozarchaea

As of June 2019 it contains sixteen species, found only in New Zealand and Australia: Ozarchaea daviesae Rix, 2006 – Australia Queensland Ozarchaea saxicola Hickman, 1969 – Australia Tasmania Ozarchaea platnicki Rix, 2006 – Australia Queensland O ...

                                               

Rishaschia amrishi

                                               

Savignia bureensis

                                               

Shaanxinus

As of May 2019 it contains sixteen species, found in Vietnam, Taiwan, and China: Shaanxinus seediq Lin, 2019 – Taiwan Shaanxinus curviductus Lin, 2019 – Taiwan Shaanxinus hirticephalus Lin, 2019 – Taiwan Shaanxinus tamdaoensis Lin, 2019 – Vietnam ...

                                               

Shanus

Shanus is a monotypic genus of East Asian sheet weavers containing the single species, Shanus taibaiensis. It was first described by A. V. Tanasevitch in 2006, and has only been found in China.

                                               

Spinotrachelas

As of April 2019 it contains five species, all found in South Africa: Spinotrachelas namaquensis Lyle, 2011 – South Africa Spinotrachelas similis Lyle, 2011 – South Africa Spinotrachelas confinis Lyle, 2011 – South Africa Spinotrachelas montanus ...

                                               

Spiralophantes

Spiralophantes is a monotypic genus of Asian sheet weavers containing the single species, Spiralophantes mirabilis. It was first described by A. V. Tanasevitch & Michael I. Saaristo in 2006, and has only been found in Nepal.

                                               

Taibainus

Taibainus is a monotypic genus of East Asian sheet weavers containing the single species, Taibainus shanensis. It was first described by A. V. Tanasevitch in 2006, and has only been found in China.

                                               

Taibaishanus

Taibaishanus is a monotypic genus of East Asian sheet weavers containing the single species, Taibaishanus elegans. It was first described by A. V. Tanasevitch in 2006, and has only been found in China.

                                               

Tidarren argo

Tidarren argo is a spider from Yemen. The species is remarkable by its male amputating one of its palps before maturation and entering his adult life with one palp only. It adopts exceptional copulatory behaviour: when the male achieves genitalia ...

                                               

Vailimia

Vailimia is a genus of Asian jumping spiders that was first described by C. F. Kammerer in 2006. It was first described in 1907 from a single male about 6 millimetres long. It was originally thought to be close to Harmochirus, but the male pedipa ...

                                               

Wesmaldra

Wesmaldra is a genus of Austrialian ground spiders that was first described by Norman I. Platnick & Barbara Baehr in 2006. Originally placed with the long-spinneret ground spiders, it was transferred to the ground spiders in 2018.

                                               

Westrarchaea

Westrarchaea is a genus of Western Australian shield spiders that was first described by Michael Gordon Rix in 2006. As of June 2019 it contains only three species, found only in Western Australia: W. pusilla, W. sinuosa, and W. spinosa.

                                               

Wydundra

Wydundra is a genus of ground spiders that was first described by Norman I. Platnick & Barbara Baehr in 2006. Originally placed with the long-spinneret ground spiders, it was transferred to the ground spiders in 2018.

                                               

Aquilonastra conandae

Aquilonastra conandae is a species of starfish from the family Asterinidae found near the Mascarene Islands in the Indian Ocean. It is known for its asexual reproduction and is fissiparous. It is a small starfish, discrete and camouflaged, and oc ...

                                               

The Fratellis (EP)

The Fratellis EP is the debut EP by Scottish band The Fratellis, released on 3 April 2006. There are a limited number of physical copies of this available in the UK. "Creepin’ Up the Backstairs" was ineligible for the UK charts because the EP was ...

                                               

Cape Verde storm petrel

The Cape Verde storm petrel is an oceangoing bird found in the Atlantic Ocean, especially around the islands of Cape Verde. It was at one time considered to be a subspecies of the band-rumped storm petrel, but is now considered to be a separate s ...

                                               

Acanthogalathea squamosa

                                               

Euplax dagohoyi

                                               

Euryxanthops chiltoni

Euryxanthops chiltoni is a species of crab found in the New Zealand Exclusive Economic Zone. It was first described by Colin McLay and Peter Ng in a 2007 paper, along with Medaeops serenei.

                                               

Gandalfus puia

Gandalfus puia is the only known New Zealand species of crab in the family Bythograeidae, commonly known as the blind vent crabs. Like other blind vent crabs, it only lives in hydrothermal vent waters. This species was first described in 2007 aft ...

                                               

Gondwanothrix halsei

                                               

Hippolyte catagrapha

                                               

Karstarma

Karstarma is distinguished from the closely related Sesarmoides by the lack of a stridulatory structure on the cheliped which is present in the latter genus.

                                               

Munida acacia

Munida acacia is a species of squat lobster in the family Munididae. The species name is derived from the genus Acacia, referring to the spiny exterior margin of the propodi of the second and third pereopods. It is found near the western portion ...

                                               

Pylojacquesidae

The Pylojacquesidae are a small family of hermit crabs, comprising only two species in two genera. The family was erected in 2001, after two specimens at Museum fur Naturkunde at the Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin were recognised as being quite d ...

                                               

Tasmanida norfolkae

                                               

Thaumastochelopsis brucei

                                               

Vulcanocalliax arutyunovi

                                               

Vultocinus anfractus

                                               

Amatlan chub

                                               

Barbatula potaninorum

                                               

Barbatula sawadai

                                               

Bibarba bibarba

                                               

Brazilian snapper

The Brazilian snapper, Lutjanus alexandrei, is a species of snapper native to the tropical waters of the Atlantic off the coast of Brazil. It can be found from very shallow waters to about 54 m deep. This species can reach a length of 24.3 cm.

                                               

Cyclocheilichthys schoppeae

                                               

Fushun gudgeon

                                               

Labeo meroensis

                                               

Malacosteus australis

The Southern stoplight loosejaw, Malacosteus australis, is a species of barbeled dragonfish. This species is mainly distinguished from M. niger by a smaller postorbital photophore in both sexes and lower numbers of lateral photophores. It also di ...

                                               

Mud-dwelling moray

The mud-dwelling moray, Diaphenchelys pelonates, is an eel of the family Muraenidae, and the only species in the genus Diaphenchelys. It was described by John E. McCosker and John Ernest Randall in 2007. It is a marine, tropical eel which is know ...

                                               

Pangio apoda

                                               

Pangio elongata

                                               

Pangio lumbriciformis

                                               

Pangio signicauda

                                               

Parasinilabeo longiventralis

                                               

Phoxinus strymonicus

                                               

Pseudorasbora interrupta

                                               

Shaos moray

The Shaos moray is an eel in the family Muraenidae. It is a marine, temperate-water eel known from Taiwan, in the northwest Pacific Ocean. Males are known to reach a maximum total length of 60.8 cm. The species epithet and common name were provid ...

                                               

Sinocyclocheilus aquihornes

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