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Eastern carrion crow

The eastern carrion crow is a member of the crow family and a subspecies of the carrion crow. Differences from the nominate subspecies include a larger size, at a length about 500 millimetres, and more graduated outer tail feathers. The eastern c ...


Muirs corella

Muirs corella is a stocky, medium-sized white cockatoo endemic to Western Australia. It was the threatened nominate subspecies of the western corella. It was removed from the WAs threatened species list in November 2012 as a result of successful ...


Dikerogammarus haemobaphes

Dikerogammarus haemobaphes is a species of freshwater gammarid crustacean. These gammarids are commonly known as demon shrimp, likely because they are an extremely successful invasive species. Native to the Ponto Caspian basin, Dikerogammarus hae ...


Ivory barnacle

Amphibalanus eburneus, the ivory barnacle, is a species of acorn barnacle in the family Balanidae. It occurs on the east coast of North America, the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico.


Lyreidus tridentatus

This species as an unusual carapace in that it is longer than it is wide. Males grow to about 5.2 cm long and 1.3 cm wide. Females grow to 3 cm wide and about 4.9 cm long. They have a reddish to reddish-brown body, with a reticulated pattern. The ...


Rough cownose ray

The species occurs in the Indo-West Pacific off India, Malaysia, and the East Indies. The validity of this species is questioned though in Compagnos 1999 checklist. It is also found off the coast of Ajman, United Arab Emirates, as mentioned in a ...


Semaprochilodus insignis

The kissing prochilodus or flag-tailed prochilodus is a species of South American freshwater fish in the family Prochilodontidae. It is native to central and western parts of the Amazon basin. It is migratory, moving in large groups into whitewat ...


Acroneuria arenosa


Agapostemon splendens


Agnetina capitata


Alastor atropos


Amegilla subcoerulea


Amegilla violacea


Anthidium septemspinosum

Synonyms for this species include: Anthidium dinurum Cockerell, 1928 Anthidium japonicum Smith, 1879 Anthidium nigriceps Smith, 1854 Anthidium septemspinosum var flavoguttatum Friese, 1917 Anthidium nigripes Eversmann, 1852


Anthophora dispar

The adults of these long-tongued bees grow up to 14–16 millimetres 0.55–0.63 in long and can be encountered from early Spring, feeding and collecting pollen and nectar on early flowering plants. The body is densely hairy. The middle legs of males ...


Beris morrisii

Length 6.0 to 7.0 mm Narrow frons and face and antennae that are inserted well below the middle of the head profile.3rd segment of antennae equal to or slightly longer than basal segments together. Face with light-colored pubescence. Yellow thora ...


Ceuthophilus maculatus


Chelostoma rapunculi


Chionea valga


Chloealtis conspersa

Chloealtis conspersa, known generally as sprinkled grasshopper, is a species of slant-faced grasshopper in the family Acrididae. Other common names include the sprinkled locust and sprinkled broad-winged grasshopper. It is found in North America.


Chrysotoxum elegans


Chrysotoxum vernale


Compsidolon salicellum

Compsidolon salicellum is a species of plant bug in the family Miridae. It is found in Europe across the Palearctic to Siberia and Korea.It is also found in North America as an species.


Dog-day cicada

N. canicularis is recognizable by being mostly black with green markings on its body. The body size is typically 27–33 millimeters, the wingspan can reach 82 mm. The wings are interlaced with green veins which are especially noticeable near the b ...


Empoasca fabae

Empoasca fabae belongs to family Cicadellidae and genus Empoasca within order Hemiptera. They are more commonly referred to as the potato leafhopper. In North America they are a serious agricultural pest. Every year millions of dollars are lost f ...


Euodynerus megaera


Halictus poeyi


Leuctra tenuis


Longistigma caryae


Megachile ericetorum


Megachile lefebvrei


Megachile luctifera


Megachile nigripennis


Megachile pyrenaica


Megachile rufitarsis


Nasonovia ribisnigri

Nasonovia ribisnigri is a species of aphid. Their primary hosts are currant plants, including blackcurrants and gooseberries, while the secondary hosts are a wider range of plants, including members of the Compositae, Lamiales and Solanaceae. Mal ...


Neoconocephalus ensiger

Neoconocephalus ensiger, known generally as the sword-bearing conehead or swordbearer, is a species of conehead in the family Tettigoniidae. It is found in North America.


Neopachygaster meromelas


Orthetrum nitidinerve

Orthetrum nitidinerve, also known as Orthetrum baeticum is a freshwater Mediterranean dragonfly species. The common name for this species is Yellow-Veined Skimmer. Its natural egg clutches count for an average of 970.


Orthotylus flavosparsus

Orthotylus flavosparsus is a species of plant-eating bug in the Miridae family, which is found everywhere in Europe except for Albania and Iceland. It was introduced to North America.


Pachodynerus erynnis

Pachodynerus erynnis, known generally as the red-marked pachodynerus or red and black mason wasp, is a species of stinging wasp in the family Vespidae.


Parancistrocerus histrio


Phyllomydas parvulus


Platycnemis acutipennis

Platycnemis acutipennis, known as the Orange Featherleg or the Orange White-legged Damselfly, is a species of damselfly in the family Platycnemididae.


Pyrgocorypha uncinata


Ropalidia romandi

Ropalidia romandi, also known as the yellow brown paper wasp or the yellow paper wasp. is a species of paper wasp found in Northern and Eastern Australia. R. romandi is a swarm-founding wasp, and manages perennial nests. Its nests are known as pa ...


Schistocerca alutacea

Schistocerca alutacea, the leather-colored bird grasshopper, is a species of grasshopper in the family Acrididae. The species occurs in the United States, from Massachusetts to Arizona and Florida.


Sympetrum meridionale

The adults grow up to 35–40 millimetres 1.4–1.6 in long. The wingspan reaches 52–60 millimetres 2.0–2.4 in. The abdomen of adult males is orange-reddish, without black spots on segments. The sides of the thorax are yellowish-brown. The adult fema ...


Tarachodes gilvus

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