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Raglius confusus

This species is present in most of southern Europe.


Stenamma brevicorne

These three subspecies belong to the species Stenamma brevicorne: Stenamma brevicorne sequoiarum Wheeler Stenamma brevicorne Stenamma brevicorne heathi Wheeler


Stonyx clelia


Suillia mikii


Thyridanthrax selene


Toxophora maxima


Toxophora pellucida


Tremex alchymista


Valenzuela subflavus


Xanthoepalpus bicolor


Xorides calidus


Beetles described in 1886


Butterflies described in 1886


Moths described in 1886


Funambulus obscurus

The dusky striped squirrel is a species of rodent, a small squirrel from Sri Lanka where largely confined to rainforests in the southwestern "wet zone" with higher rainfall than the rest of the island. It was formerly regarded as a subspecies of ...


Cryptopecten phrygium

Cryptopecten phrygium, the spathate scallop, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family Pectinidae. It can be found along the Atlantic coast of North America, ranging from Cape Cod to the West Indies.


Divarilima albicoma

Divarilima albicoma is a bivalve that lives in the Florida Keys. The creature is found at a depth of 100–200 m deep. Its size has been known to get up to 11 mm, but is usually about 8 mm.


Laevicardium sybariticum

Laevicardium sybariticum, or Dalls egg cockle, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family Cardiidae. It can be found along the Atlantic coast of North America, ranging from Florida to the West Indies. It was first described by Dall in 1886.


Lucina leucocyma

Lucina leucocyma, or the saw-toothed pen shell, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family Lucinidae. It can be found along the Atlantic coast of North America, ranging from North Carolina to the West Indies.


Pisidium lilljeborgii

A moderately swollen tumid, trapezoidal shell. The umbos are just behind the mid point and described as fairly narrow. The surface periostracum is slightly glossy and has coarse, irregular concentric striae. The colour is grey to brownish white. ...


Gastropods described in 1886


Sudan blind snake


Agyneta brevipes


Araneus mitificus

Araneus mitificus, commonly known as the kidney garden spider or pale orb weaver, is a species of orb-weaver spider found in South, East, and Southeast Asia.


Cicurina pusilla


Cicurina robusta


Cicurina simplex


Cicurina tersa



As of June 2019 it contains fourteen species, found only in South America: Cleocnemis mutilata Mello-Leitão, 1917 – Brazil Cleocnemis rudolphi Mello-Leitão, 1943 – Brazil Cleocnemis taquarae Keyserling, 1891 – Peru, Brazil Cleocnemis spinosa Mell ...


Copa flavoplumosa


Cryptachaea blattea

Cryptachaea blattea is a species of cobweb spider in the family Theridiidae. It is found in Africa, has been introduced into the United States, Chile, the Azores, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Hawaii.


Cybaeus reticulatus

Cybaeus reticulatus is a species of true spider in the family Cybaeidae. It is found in the United States and Canada. It was first described by Eugene Simon.


Cybaeus signifer


Cyriopagopus albostriatus

Cyriopagopus albostriatus, also known as the edible spider or Thailand Zebra Leg tarantula, is a species of spider in the family Theraphosidae, found in Myanmar, Thailand, and Cambodia. It is a moderately large fossorial species, which spends mos ...


Dolophones conifera

Dolophones conifera, known as the wrap-around spider, is a species of spider in the family Araneidae indigenous to Australia. It is named for its ability to flatten and wrap its body around tree limbs as camouflage. It is found in Western Austral ...


Emertonella taczanowskii

Emertonella taczanowskii, is a species of spider of the genus Emertonella. It is distributed along United States to Argentina, India, Sri Lanka to Ryukyu Islands.


Harmochirus luculentus


Helophora reducta


Laetesia trispathulata


Laminacauda dysphorica

Laminacauda dysphorica was first described by Eugen von Keyserling in 1886, as Erigone dysphorica. It was transferred to the genus Laminacauda by J. A. Miller in 2007.


Meriola arcifera

Meriola arcifera is a species of true spider in the family Trachelidae. It is found in Chile, Bolivia, Argentina, has been introduced into the United States.



Myrmekiaphila is a genus of North American mygalomorph trapdoor spiders in the Euctenizidae family, and was first described by G. F. Atkinson in 1886. All described species are endemic to the southeastern United States. Originally placed with the ...



Neocautinella is a monotypic genus of South American dwarf spiders containing the single species, Neocautinella neoterica. It was first described by L. L. Baert in 1990, and has only been found in Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru.


Neriene digna


Neriene litigiosa

Neriene litigiosa, the sierra dome spider, is a species of sheet weaver spider in the family Linyphiidae. It is found in North America and has been introduced into China.



As of June 2019 it contains sixteen species, found in Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, Chile, and on the Falkland Islands: Petrichus niveus Simon, 1895 – Argentina, Falkland Is. Petrichus cinereus Tullgren, 1901 – Argentina Petrichus tobioides Mello-L ...


Pimoa altioculata


Pityohyphantes rubrofasciatus


Plebs eburnus

The spider species Plebs eburnus is commonly referred to as the eastern grass orb-weaver or the eastern bush orb-weaver, and sometimes more simply as the bush orb-weaver. It is an orb-weaver spider from the family Araneidae endemic to Australia. ...


Robertus riparius

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