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Tapinoma albinase

                                               

Tapinoma schultzei

                                               

Thelairodoria setinervis

                                               

Timia planiceps

                                               

Trichobius corynorhini

                                               

Trimerotropis arenacea

                                               

Wiedemannia bilobata

                                               

Beetles described in 1910

                                               

Butterflies described in 1910

                                               

Moths described in 1910

                                               

King African mole-rat

The King African mole-rat, King mole-rat, or Alpine mole-rat, is a burrowing rodent in the genus Tachyoryctes of family Spalacidae. It only occurs high on Mount Kenya, where it is common. Originally described as a separate species related to Aber ...

                                               

Eledone nigra

Eledone nigra is a little-known species of octopus described from one male and six females which were taken in Luderitz Bay, Namibia and has only been recorded subsequently in 1941, 1983 and 1991, all from Luderitz Bay.

                                               

Rhyssoplax suteri

                                               

Gastropods described in 1910

                                               

Montatheris

Common names: Kenya mountain viper, Kenya montane viper, montane viper, Hinds viper. Montatheris is a monotypic genus created for the venomous viper species, M. hindii. This is a small terrestrial species endemic to Kenya. There are no subspecies ...

                                               

Oligodon erythrorhachis

                                               

Western spotted thick-toed gecko

The western spotted thick-toed gecko is a species of lizard in the family Gekkonidae. It is endemic to Namibia and South Africa.

                                               

Acantharachne

As of April 2019 it contains eight species: Acantharachne psyche Strand, 1913 – Central Africa Acantharachne lesserti Giltay, 1930 – Congo Acantharachne seydeli Giltay, 1935 – Congo Acantharachne cornuta Tullgren, 1910 – East Africa Acantharachne ...

                                               

Agelena suboculata

Agelena suboculata is a species of spider in the family Agelenidae, which contains 1146 species of funnel-web spiders. It was first described by Fage in 1938. It is commonly found in Central Africa.

                                               

Amusia (spider)

Amusia is a genus of African ground spiders that was first described by Albert Tullgren in 1910. As of May 2019 it contains only two species: A. cataracta and A. murina.

                                               

Belippo

As of June 2019 it contains twelve species, found only in Africa: Belippo attenuata Wesolowska & Haddad, 2014 – Lesotho Belippo terribilis Wesolowska & Wisniewski, 2015 – Kenya Belippo milloti Lessert, 1942 – Nigeria, Congo, Kenya Belippo anguina ...

                                               

Calculus bicolor

Calculus bicolor, the sole species of the genus Calculus, is a South African spider in the family Orsolobidae. Individuals are 4 mm in length, although only juveniles have been described. The abdomen is pale yellow with a broad brown patch, and b ...

                                               

Clubiona facilis

                                               

Dolichognatha aethiopica

                                               

Loculla rauca

Loculla rauca is a wolf spider species of the family Lycosidae endemic to São Tome Island. It was first described in 1910 by Eugene Simon. Its female holotype measures 16 mm. The subspecies Loculla rauca minor only measures 8-10 mm.

                                               

Maltecora

Maltecora is a genus of São Tomean jumping spiders that was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1910. As of June 2019 it contains only three species, found only in São Tome and Principe: M. chrysochlora, M. divina, and M. janthina.

                                               

Maltecora janthina

Maltecora janthina is an endemic jumping spider species of the family Salticidae that lives on São Tome Island. It was first named in 1910 by Eugene Simon. Its male holotype measures 5 mm.

                                               

Palfuria retusa

                                               

Semljicola caliginosus

                                               

Thyenillus

Thyenillus is a monotypic genus of jumping spiders containing the single species, Thyenillus fernandensis. It was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1910, and is found only on Bioko.

                                               

Geodia bicolor

Lendenfeld, R. Von 1910a. The Sponges. 1. The Geodidae. In: Reports on the Scientific Results of the Expedition to the Eastern Tropical Pacific, in charge of Alexander Agassiz, by the U.S. Fish Commission Steamer Albatross’, from October, 1904, t ...

                                               

East Tennessee State Buccaneers

The East Tennessee State Buccaneers are the 16 intercollegiate athletics teams that represent East Tennessee State University, located in Johnson City, Tennessee. ETSUs teams include men and womens basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis, ...

                                               

East Tennessee State Buccaneers baseball

                                               

East Tennessee State Buccaneers football

                                               

East Tennessee State Buccaneers navigational boxes

                                               

SMU Mustangs

The SMU Mustangs are the athletic teams that represent Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, United States. The Mustangs were founded in 1911 and joined the Southwest Conference, competing against Baylor, Rice, Texas, Texas A&M, Ark ...

                                               

SMU Mustangs baseball

                                               

SMU Mustangs cross country

                                               

SMU Mustangs football

                                               

SMU Mustangs swimming and diving

                                               

SMU Mustangs tennis

                                               

SMU Mustangs track and field

                                               

SMU Mustangs navigational boxes

                                               

Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences

Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences is the school of liberal arts at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. The college was named in 1981 in honor of its benefactors, Robert H. Dedman, Sr. and his wife, Nancy McMillan Dedman, both ...

                                               

Western ground parrot

The western ground parrot is an endangered species of parrot endemic to Western Australia and is a close relative of the eastern ground parrot and the somewhat more distantly related and mysterious night parrot. It is one of the worlds rarest bir ...

                                               

Macropodia formosa

Macropodia formosa is a species of marine crab in the family Inachidae, found on seamounts and knolls in the west Indian Ocean, near St. Brandon and the Mozambican coast.

                                               

Chaetodon argentatus

Chaetodon argentatus, the Asian butterflyfish, is a species of butterflyfish native to the western pacific ocean from the Philippines up to Japan. They live in coral reefs where there is dense coral growth, however, in Japan they live in rocky ar ...

                                               

Cottus nozawae

                                               

Dark ghostshark

The dark ghostshark is a shortnose chimaera of the family Chimaeridae, found on the continental shelf around the South Island of New Zealand. In June 2018 the New Zealand Department of Conservation classified the dark ghostshark as "Not Threatene ...

                                               

Eightbarbel gudgeon

The eightbarbel gudgeon is a species of small freshwater fish in the family Cyprinidae. It is found in the Yangtze and Amur basins in Asia.

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