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Butterflies described in 1873

                                               

Moths described in 1873

                                               

Euvola papyracea

Euvola papyracea, or the paper scallop, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family Pectinidae. It can be found in the Gulf of Mexico, ranging from the West Indies to Brazil.

                                               

Pisidium globulare

Sweden Ukraine Germany – North Rhine-Westphalia, Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Slovakia Latvia Czech Republic – in Bohemia, in Moravia

                                               

Thyellisca lamellosa

                                               

Gastropods described in 1873

                                               

Afrotyphlops anomalus

Afrotyphlops anomalus, commonly known as the Angolan giant blind snake or the anomalous beaked snake, is a species of snake in the Typhlopidae family. It is endemic to Africa. Its classification was changed from Rhinotyphlops to Megatyphlops when ...

                                               

Amblyodipsas polylepis

It is endemic to the eastern and northern regions of southern Africa. More specifically, it is found in Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Republic of South Africa, Tanzania, coastal ...

                                               

Cnemaspis wicksi

                                               

Argyrodes elevatus

Argyrodes elevatus is a species of cobweb spider in the family Theridiidae. It is found in a range from the United States to Argentina and Galapagos Islands.

                                               

Argyrodes nephilae

Argyrodes nephilae is a species of cobweb spider in the family Theridiidae. It is found in a range from the United States to Argentina and the Galapagos Islands.

                                               

Chedima

Chedima is a monotypic genus of Moroccan palp-footed spiders containing the single species, Chedima purpurea. It was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1873, and is only found in Morocco.

                                               

Clubiona robusta

Clubiona robusta or the stout sac spider is a common spider found in Australia. Females are often found living in a silken brooding chamber, under bark of eucalyptus trees. They are small sized spiders. Body length 13 mm for females, 10 mm for males.

                                               

Dasumia laevigata

                                               

Diplocephalus subrostratus

Diplocephalus subrostratus is a species of dwarf spider in the family Linyphiidae. It is found in North America, Greenland, a range from Russia, and Mongolia.

                                               

Eucratoscelus constrictus

Eucratoscelus constrictus is a species of tarantula belonging to the family Theraphosidae. They produce a venom that contains a group of neurotoxic peptides.

                                               

Gasteracantha falcicornis

Gasteracantha falcicornis is a species of spider belonging to the family Araneidae. It is found in eastern and southern Africa. The female, larger and more colourful than the male, has a bright red abdomen decorated with many deep black pits. The ...

                                               

Hadronyche cerberea

German naturalist Ludwig Koch described the southern tree-dwelling funnel-web spider from a female spider collected in Sydney, and erected the genus Hadronyche in 1873. The type specimen was housed at the State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart ...

                                               

Holocnemus

Holocnemus is a genus of cellar spiders that was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1873. As of June 2019 it contains only three species, found only in Africa and Europe: H. caudatus, H. hispanicus, and H. pluchei.

                                               

Masteria

Masteria is a genus of curtain web spiders that was first described by L. Koch in 1873. They occur in the tropics of Central to South America, Asia and Micronesia, with one species found in Australia. M. petrunkevitchi males are 4 millimetres lon ...

                                               

Ozyptila westringi

                                               

Parawubanoides

Parawubanoides is a monotypic genus of Asian dwarf spiders containing the single species, Parawubanoides unicornis. It was first described by K. Y. Eskov & Y. M. Marusik in 1992, and has only been found in Russia and Mongolia.

                                               

Phoroncidia septemaculeata

                                               

Phoroncidia testudo

                                               

Pseudowubana

Pseudowubana is a monotypic genus of Asian sheet weavers containing the single species, Pseudowubana wagae. It was first described by K. Y. Eskov & Y. M. Marusik in 1992, and has only been found in Mongolia and Russia.

                                               

Pterinochilus chordatus

Pterinochilus chordatus, or Kilimanjaro mustard baboon spider, is an old-world tarantula, first described in 1873 by Carl Eduard Adolph Gerstaecker. This species is found on the East side of the African continent, from South Kordofan in Sudan in ...

                                               

Rugathodes bellicosus

Rugathodes bellicosus is a small theridiid spider that occurs in Europe, including Russia. It is usually found on high ground, but also occurs on coasts. They live under large stones. In Czechoslovakia, spiders at low altitude are only found in s ...

                                               

Silometopus elegans

Silometopus elegans is a species of spiders in the Linyphiidae family found in Europe. It was first described by Octavius Pickard-Cambridge in 1873, as Erigone elegans. It was transferred to the genus Silometopus by Eugene Simon in 1884.

                                               

Theridula gonygaster

Theridula gonygaster is a species of cobweb spider in the family Theridiidae. It is found in Central and South America, Caribeean, has been introduced into SW Europe, Congo, Madagascar, Seychelles, China, and Japan.

                                               

Zodarion elegans

                                               

Zodarion nigriceps

                                               

Zodarion soror

                                               

Saint Bernards Church Complex

Saint Bernards Church Complex is a Roman Catholic church, school, and rectory that occupy a full block in Watertown, Wisconsin. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. St. Bernards parish was organized in 1843, when Wisc ...

                                               

St. Marys Catholic Church (Sandusky, Ohio)

St. Marys Catholic Church is a historic church at 429 Central Avenue in Sandusky, Ohio. It was built in 1873 and added to the National Register in 1975.

                                               

Huets fulvetta

Huets fulvetta is a species of bird in the family Pellorneidae. It is endemic to southeast China. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forest.

                                               

Plain-breasted earthcreeper

The plain-breasted earthcreeper is a bird in the family Furnariidae. It is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical high-altitude shrubland and subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland. ...

                                               

Hymenodora glacialis

Hymenodora glacialis is a species of pelagic shrimp in the Acanthephyridae family. It is the only known species of pelagic shrimp to inhabit the Canada Basin.

                                               

Apogonichthyoides pharaonis

Apogonichthyoides pharaonis, the Pharaoh cardinalfish, is a species of cardinalfish from the family Apogonidae which is found the western Indian Ocean and Red Sea. It is one of a group of species which have colonised the eastern Mediterranean Sea ...

                                               

Balkhash marinka

The Balkhash marinka, is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Schizothorax of the family Cyprinidae which is found in the Lake Balkhash basins in Kazakhstan and Xinjiang. It uses gravel substrates for spawning and the unshed roe is toxic.

                                               

Cladodus divaricatus

                                               

Gastromyzon borneensis

                                               

Liparis agassizii

Liparis agassizii, in one instance called "agassizs snailfish", is a fish from the genus Liparis. It lives in the North Pacific Ocean at a depth range between zero and one hundred meters. The fish may especially be found from the Iwate Prefecture ...

                                               

Liparis antarcticus

Liparis antarcticus is a fish from the genus Liparis. It is a marine fish that lives in the demersal zone. Liparis antarcticus can be found in the Southeast Pacific Ocean by Chile, and it is the only known species from its genus to live in the So ...

                                               

Mottled mojarra

The mottled mojarra, Ulaema lefroyi, is a species of mojarra native to the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts of the Americas from North Carolina to Brazil, where adults can be found off sandy shorelines. This species grows to 23 cm total length, ...

                                               

Rhinogobio ventralis

                                               

Sailfin snapper

The sailfin snapper or blue-lined sea bream is a species of snapper native to the Indo-Pacific region. It inhabits coral reefs in areas with sand substrates at depths from 5 to 60 m. It is a solitary fish, only coming together with others of its ...

                                               

Equulites elongatus

Equulites elongatus, the slender ponyfish, also called the elongate ponyfish, elongate slimy or elongated slipmouth, is a marine fish of the family Leiognathidae native to the western Pacific and Indian Oceans. As of 2011 it has been found in the ...

                                               

Slender stargazer

Crapatalus angusticeps, the slender stargazer, is a species of southern sandfish endemic to the Pacific waters around New Zealand. It can be found at depths between a few and 60 m.

                                               

Springeratus caledonicus

Springeratus caledonicus, the Caledonian weedfish, is a species of clinid found around New Caledonia and Australia. This species placement in the family Clinidae has been questioned with some feeling that it is best placed in the family Microdesm ...

                                               

Triplophysa labiata

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