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Agononida fortiantennata

Agononida fortiantennata is a species of squat lobster in the family Munididae. It is found in the Moluccas off of the west coast of the Philippines and in Vanuatu. It can usually be found at depths from 750 to 1.190 metres.

                                               

Agononida longispinata

Agononida longispinata is a species of squat lobster in the family Munididae. The males measure from 11.7 to 20.5 millimetres and the females from 14.5 to 22.9 millimetres. It is found off of southwestern Luzon and the east coast of Mindoro and i ...

                                               

Agononida similis

Agononida similis is a species of squat lobster in the family Munididae. The males measure from 13.1 to 21.3 millimetres and the females from 11.3 to 18.4 millimetres. It is found off of the Philippines, at depths between 290 and 495 metres.

                                               

Agononida variabilis

Agononida variabilis is a species of squat lobster in the family Munididae. The males range in size from 9.7 to 19.0 millimetres and the females from 5.8 to 19.8 millimetres. It is found both south and southwest coast of Luzon, south of Mindoro, ...

                                               

Acropoma lecorneti

Acropoma lecorneti is a species of ray-finned fish, a lanternbelly from the family Acropomatidae. It is found in the western Pacific Ocean where it has been recorded off Japan and New Caledonia. This species was first formally described by the Fr ...

                                               

Anabarilius paucirastellus

                                               

Barbodes polylepis

                                               

Black oreo

The black oreo is an oreo of the family Oreosomatidae, found around Australia and New Zealand between latitudes of between 43°S and 55°S at depths of between 560 and 1.300 m. Its length is up to 47 cm. The black oreo is very similar in shape to t ...

                                               

Chlopsis kazuko

Chlopsis kazuko is an eel in the family Chlopsidae. It was described by Robert J. Lavenberg in 1988. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from the Gulf of California, in the eastern central Pacific Ocean. It typically dwells at a depth of ...

                                               

Little rainbow wrasse

The little rainbow wrasse is a species of marine ray-finned fish which is classified within the wrasse family Labridae. It is found in the south eastern Indian Ocean off Western Australia from the Recherche Archipelago north to the Houtman Abrolh ...

                                               

Pareques iwamotoi

                                               

Phoxinus tchangi

                                               

Sinocyclocheilus cyphotergous

                                               

Sinocyclocheilus robustus

                                               

Triplophysa nanpanjiangensis

                                               

Triplophysa ninglangensis

                                               

Triplophysa venusta

                                               

Yunnanilus altus

Yunnanilus altus is a species of ray-finned fish, a stone loach, in the genus Yunnanilus from Yunnan. It occurs in small streams with a moderate current where it moves slowly in shoals along the substrate. Its diet consists of filamentous algae a ...

                                               

Yunnanilus paludosus

Yunnanilus paludosus is a species of stone loach endemic to China. This species is endemic to the endorheic drainage system which feeds the Datangzi Marsh in Luoping County, Yunnan, The specific name paludosus means "marshy", referring to the hab ...

                                               

Argyra ilonae

                                               

Calocoris barberi

                                               

Ceratophyllus picatilis

                                               

Creobroter nebulosus

                                               

Dorymyrmex bossutus

                                               

Dorymyrmex bureni

Dorymyrmex bureni also known as pyramid ant is a species of ant in the genus Dorymyrmex. Described by Trager in 1988, the species is endemic to the United States and Mexico. Pyramid ants are medium-sized ants, ranging from 2–4 mm. They are light ...

                                               

Dorymyrmex elegans

Dorymyrmex elegans is a species of ant in the genus Dorymyrmex. Described by Trager in 1988, the species is endemic to the United States and Mexico, where it is a nocturnal species and is normally seen on cool days.

                                               

Dorymyrmex reginicula

                                               

Gardena insperata

                                               

Malirekus iroquois

                                               

Megachile cressa

                                               

Megachile indica

                                               

Megachile jakesi

                                               

Megachile karatauensis

                                               

Megachile kashmirensis

                                               

Megachile ladakhensis

                                               

Megachile mongoliae

                                               

Megachile palaestina

                                               

Negha meridionalis

                                               

Nomada utahensis

                                               

Osmia avosetta

Osmia avosetta is a species of mason bee. It is solitary by nature, and is notable for its distinctive use of flower petals to construct nests for its larvae.

                                               

Perdita kiowi

                                               

Phytocoris rubrimaculatus

                                               

Phytocoris tenerum

                                               

Ronisia barbarula

Ronisia barbarula is a species of wasp belonging to the family Mutillidae. Females of Ronisia barbarula and Ronisia ghilianii look very similar, but the white hair spot on the head is roundish in ghilianii but distinctly triangular in barbarula.

                                               

Beetles described in 1988

                                               

Butterflies described in 1988

                                               

Moths described in 1988

                                               

Little flying squid

The little flying squid is a species of squid, one of the arrow squids of the genus Todarodes, in the subfamily Todarodinae of the flying squid family Ommastrephidae. It is a small species from the waters around northern Australia and Indonesia.

                                               

Gastropods described in 1988

                                               

Brygophis coulangesi

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