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Sphenomorphus variegatus

Sphenomorphus variegatus is a species of skink. It is found throughout most of the Philippines, and in some parts of Malaysia and Indonesia.

                                               

Trachylepis binotata

                                               

Badumna longinqua

Badumna longinqua or the grey house spider is a species of spiders in the family Desidae. Native to eastern Australia, it has been introduced into New Zealand, Japan, the United States, Mexico, and Uruguay.

                                               

Clubiona frutetorum

                                               

Clubiona maritima

                                               

Clubiona saxatilis

                                               

Clubiona subtilis

                                               

Diaea evanida

                                               

Dolophones turrigera

Dolophones turrigera is a species of spider indigenous to Australia. It was first described in 1867 by Ludwig von Koch. It is able to camouflauge itself among plant material during the day and spins a web at night.

                                               

Hippasa greenalliae

Hippasa greenalliae, is a species of spider of the genus Hippasa. It is native to India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. The adult is about 19.50 mm in length.

                                               

Holconia immanis

Holconia immanis, commonly known as the Sydney huntsman spider, is a species of huntsman spider found in eastern Australia. It was previously known as Isopeda immanis for many years. It is one of the largest species of huntsman in Australia and c ...

                                               

Paraplectana

As of April 2019 it contains thirteen species: Paraplectana sakaguchii Uyemura, 1938 – China, Korea, Japan Paraplectana rajashree Ahmed, Sumukha, Khalap, Mohan & Jadhav, 2015 – India Paraplectana thorntoni Blackwall, 1865 – Central Africa, Yemen ...

                                               

St. Marys Church (Ballston Spa, New York)

St. Marys Church is a Catholic parish located in Ballston Spa, New York. It is located within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany. Father Francis R. Vivacqua is the current pastor. St. Marys is the fourth oldest parish in the Diocese. St. Marys ...

                                               

St. Charles Borromeo Church Complex (Woonsocket, Rhode Island)

The St. Charles Borromeo Church is a former Roman Catholic parish church in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, located on North Main Street. The parish of St. Charles was canonically suppressed January 12, 2020 and the congregation merged with that of the ...

                                               

Ala-Kintaus

Ala-Kintaus is a rather small lake of Finland. It belongs to the Kymijoki main catchment area. It is located in municipality of Petajavesi in the region of Central Finland. It is a part of Jamsa catchment area.

                                               

Black-eared warbler

The black-eared warbler or Costa Rican warbler is a species of bird in the family Parulidae. It was previously considered conspecific with the three-striped warbler and the Tacarcuna warbler.

                                               

Rufous-naped wood rail

The rufous-naped wood rail or russet-naped wood rail is a species of bird in the family Rallidae. It lives primarily in forests and mangroves of Central America.

                                               

South African ostrich

The South African ostrich, also known as the black-necked ostrich, Cape ostrich or southern ostrich is a subspecies of the common ostrich endemic to Southern Africa. It is widely farmed for its meat, eggs and feathers.

                                               

Abramites hypselonotus

Abramites hypselonotus, known as the marbled headstander or the high-backed headstander, is a member of the family Anostomidae of the order Characiformes. Under normal fish classifying rules, you would gather from its upturned mouth and long stre ...

                                               

Acheilognathus imberbis

Acheilognathus imberbis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Acheilognathus. It is endemic to the Zhejiang, Shandong, Hubei, Hunan, Sichuan and Jiangsu provinces of China. Its common length is 6.7 cm.

                                               

Acrossocheilus paradoxus

Acrossocheilus paradoxus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Acrossocheilus from Taiwan and China. It is used for food and kept as an ornamental fish.

                                               

African brown knifefish

The African brown knifefish or African knifefish, Xenomystus nigri, is the only species in the genus Xenomystus of the family Notopteridae. This fish is found in the Chad, Nile, Congo, Ogowe and Niger basins, as well as coastal river basins in Si ...

                                               

Aztec chub

                                               

Barbodes microps

                                               

Barbonymus collingwoodii

                                               

Bony bream

Bony bream Nematalosa erebi are a widespread and common, small to medium-sized Australian freshwater fish often found in large shoals throughout much of northern and central Australia, and the Murray-Darling basin.

                                               

Chaetodon pelewensis

Chaetodon pelewensis also known as the dot dash butterflyfish, Spotbanded Butterflyfish, Punctato Butterflyfish, or Spot-band Butterflyfish is a fish species native to Indonesia and has a yellow-tan body. When it matures it becomes yellow dorsall ...

                                               

Microphysogobio brevirostris

                                               

Pomacentrus amboinensis

Pomacentrus amboinensis is a damselfish from the Western Pacific. It occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade. It grows to a size of 9 cm in length. They live in small groups of one mature male that guards a nest site on the seafloor an ...

                                               

Puntius aphya

Puntius aphya is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Puntius native to freshwater habitats in Java, Indonesia. It is only known from a single old specimen, but its validity is questionable and recent authorities treat it as a synonym of Lep ...

                                               

Puntius layardi

                                               

Puntius sophoroides

                                               

Puntius tetraspilus

                                               

Pythonichthys sanguineus

Pythonichthys sanguineus is an eel in the family Heterenchelyidae. It was described by Felipe Poey in 1868. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Suriname, in the western central Atlantic Ocean. It leads a benthi ...

                                               

Southern flathead sculpin

The southern flathead sculpin is a species of sculpin native to Amur Liman, Peter the Great Bay and South Sakhalin in Russia)

                                               

Squalidus homozonus

                                               

Squalius pyrenaicus

Squalius pyrenaicus is a species of freshwater fish in the family Cyprinidae. It is found in Portugal and Spain. Its natural habitats are rivers, intermittent rivers, and water storage areas. It is becoming rare due to habitat loss.

                                               

Sternarchogiton nattereri

Sternarchogiton nattereri is a species of weakly electric knifefish in the family Apteronotidae. It is native to the Amazon River system and feeds on sponges. Unlike other members of the genus Sternarchogiton, there is pronounced sexual dimorphis ...

                                               

Systomus spilurus

                                               

Tanakia himantegus

T.h.himantegus Paratanakia himantegus Gunther, 1868:Taiwan T.h.chii Paratanakia himantegus chii Miao, 1934:China mainland and Taiwan

                                               

Zebra garden eel

The zebra garden eel is an eel in the family Congridae. It was described by Pieter Bleeker in 1868. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the Indo-Western Pacific, including the Philippines, the Ryukyu Islands, Papua New Guinea, Indone ...

                                               

Aedes camptorhynchus

Aedes camptorhynchus, the southern saltmarsh mosquito, is responsible for transmitting the Ross River virus, which causes Ross River fever. The mosquito had become established in New Zealand, after it was accidentally transported from Australia t ...

                                               

Ammophila wrightii

                                               

Atacta brasiliensis

                                               

Brachymyrmex patagonicus

These three subspecies belong to the species Brachymyrmex patagonicus: Brachymyrmex patagonicus atratulus Santschi, 1923 i c g Brachymyrmex patagonicus Mayr, 1868 i c g Brachymyrmex patagonicus cordemoyi g Data sources: i = ITIS, c = Catalogue of ...

                                               

Ceroxys munda

Ceroxys munda is a species of picture-winged fly in the genus Ceroxys of the family Ulidiidae found in Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Ukraine, and Russia.

                                               

Chrysopilus elegans

                                               

Colletes compactus

                                               

Colletes simulans

Colletes simulans is a species in the family Colletidae, in the order Hymenoptera. The species is known generally as the "spine-shouldered cellophane bee". It is found in North America.

                                               

Colletes validus

Colletes validus, colloquially known as the blueberry cellophane bee or blueberry polyester bee, is a solitary, specialist bee in the family Colletidae. It is found primarily in eastern North America where it nests in sandy soils near ericaceous ...

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