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Culex biscaynensis

                                               

Deinacrida mahoenui

Deinacrida mahoenui, the Mahoenui giant wētā, is a flightless insect in the giant wētā family Anostostomatidae. It is endemic to the area of Mahoenui, New Zealand, and the world population for some time was restricted to a single patch of introdu ...

                                               

Deinacrida pluvialis

                                               

Deinacrida talpa

Deinacrida talpa, the giant mole weta, is a species of insect in the family Anostostomatidae. It is endemic to New Zealand. Although the species is similar to closely related species, its key distinguishing factor is their ability to live in subt ...

                                               

Empis abdominalis

                                               

Empis confusa

                                               

Empis engeli

                                               

Empis lamellata

                                               

Empis lamellimmanis

                                               

Empis multispina

                                               

Empis pandellei

                                               

Empis sinuosa

                                               

Empis trunca

                                               

Eupeodes rojasi

Eupeodes rojasi is a species of hoverfly. It is named after Sergio Rojas, the administrator of the Subestacion Experimental La Cruz. It feeds on Eriosoma lanigerum and is found in western South America.

                                               

Heteroponera georgesi

                                               

Lachesilla floridana

                                               

Lachesilla typhicola

                                               

Megachile judaea

                                               

Orthonevra chilensis

Its head is metallic steel blue; the face straight except the ventral fifth produced anteriorly, strongly rugose and shiny; the macula is widely separated from the antennal base; the gena is shiny and rugose; the frontal triangle is shiny; fronta ...

                                               

Procloeon nelsoni

                                               

Steyskalina picta

                                               

Timema poppense

Timema poppense, the "Pope Valley timema", is a species of walkingstick in the family Timematidae. It is found in California, and originally described from a nature reserve in the Pope Valley.

                                               

Beetles described in 1999

                                               

Butterflies described in 1999

                                               

Moths described in 1999

                                               

Gastropods described in 1999

                                               

Indotyphlops ahsanai

                                               

Indotyphlops madgemintonae

Two subspecies are recognized as being valid, including the nominotypical subspecies. Indotyphlops madgemintonae shermani Khan, 1999 Indotyphlops madgemintonae Khan, 1999 Nota bene: A trinomial authority in parentheses indicates that the subspeci ...

                                               

Aelurillus leipoldae

                                               

Alenatea

Alenatea is a genus of Asian orb-weaver spiders first described by D. X. Song, Ming-Sheng Zhu & J. Chen in 1999. As of April 2019 it contains only three species.

                                               

Attidops cutleri

                                               

Chinattus

Chinattus is a genus of jumping spiders that was first described by D. V. Logunov in 1999. The name is a combination of "China" and -attus, a common suffix for salticid genera.

                                               

Cyriopagopus hainanus

Cyriopagopus hainanus is a species of spider in the family Theraphosidae, found in China. It is one of a number of species from China and Vietnam known as "Chinese bird spider". It produces a venom containing numerous compounds capable of blockin ...

                                               

Eskovia

Eskovia is a genus of dwarf spiders that was first described by Y. M. Marusik & Michael I. Saaristo in 1999. As of May 2019 it contains only two species: E. exarmata and E. mongolica.

                                               

Inermocoelotes

As of July 2019 it contains fifteen species, found only in Europe: Inermocoelotes melovskii Komnenov, 2017 – Macedonia Inermocoelotes kulczynskii Drensky, 1915 – Macedonia, Bulgaria Inermocoelotes brevispinus Deltshev & Dimitrov, 1996 – Bulgaria ...

                                               

Mughiphantes

As of May 2019 it contains sixty species: M. yadongensis Hu, 2001 – China M. yeti Tanasevitch, 1987 – Nepal M. johannislupi Denis, 1953 – France M. longiproper Tanasevitch & Saaristo, 2006 – Nepal M. mughi Fickert, 1875 type – Europe, Russia M. m ...

                                               

Notiothops

As of June 2019 it contains eight species, found only in Chile: Notiothops cekalovici Platnick, Grismado & Ramirez, 1999 – Chile Notiothops birabeni Zapfe, 1961 – Chile Notiothops maulensis Platnick, 1985 – Chile Notiothops noxiosus Platnick, Gri ...

                                               

Orphnaecus philippinus

Orphnaecus philippinus was described in 1999, by Gunter Schmidt, as Selenobrachys philippinus, but in 2012, Rick West, Steven Nunn and Henry Hogg made the genus Selenobrachys a junior synonym of Orphnaecus.

                                               

Pardosa baehrorum

                                               

Sisicottus quoylei

                                               

Tanasevitchia

Tanasevitchia is a genus of Asian sheet weavers that was first described by Y. M. Marusik & Michael I. Saaristo in 1999. As of May 2019 it contains only two species, both found in Russia: T. strandi and T. uralensis.

                                               

Yacuitella

Yacuitella is a monotypic genus of Argentinian jumping spiders containing the single species, Yacuitella nana. It was first described by Maria Elena Galiano in 1999, and is found in Argentina.

                                               

Greatest Hits (SWV album)

SWV Greatest Hits album contains many of their biggest hits, a few select album tracks and remixes, plus three songs that were previously unreleased. Some of the remix selections replace more popular versions of the songs - such as "Im So Into Yo ...

                                               

SWV Greatest Hits

                                               

2000 State Assembly elections in India

The Bihar legislative assembly election, 2000 was held on year 2000 for Bihar Legislative Assembly. Rashtriya Janata Dal won 103 seats in election and form the government

                                               

Anilany helenae

                                               

Western red-billed hornbill

The western red-billed hornbill is a species of hornbill in the family Bucerotidae. It is found from Senegal and Gambia to southern Mauritania and western Mali. There are five species of red-billed hornbills generally recognized now, but all five ...

                                               

Branchinecta mesovallensis

                                               

Hypothalassia acerba

Hypothalassia acerba is a large crab found in the muddy substrates of the deep seas off the southwestern Australian and New Zealand coasts. Australian distribution, which is correlated to depth and temperature, ranges from a latitude as far north ...

                                               

Streptocephalus sirindhornae

Streptocephalus sirindhornae is a species of crustacean in the family Streptocephalidae; a genus of freshwater dwelling shrimp belonging to the Anostraca order of Branchiopoda. It is endemic to Asia; more specifically to Thailand.

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