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Pteronarcella regularis

                                               

Scolopostethus thomsoni

Scolopostethus thomsoni is a species of dirt-colored seed bug in the family Rhyparochromidae. It is found in Africa, Europe & Northern Asia, and North America.

                                               

Stenolemus bituberus

Stenolemus bituberus is a species of thread-legged insect found across much of Australia. This species spends nearly its entire life in spider webs. It preys upon a variety of spiders, including webs and nests of spiders of Achaearanea, Badumna, ...

                                               

Stephanitis pyrioides

Stephanitis pyrioides, the azalea lace bug, is a species of lace bug in the family Tingidae. It is found in Africa, Australia, Europe & Northern Asia, North America, Oceania, South America, and Southern Asia.

                                               

Tempyra biguttula

                                               

Thereva hirticeps

                                               

Timia amoena

                                               

Urocerus japonicus

Urocerus japonicus, commonly known as the Japanese horntail, is a species of sawfly, native to southeastern Asia. Studies show that the dispersal distance of the female is higher than the male. The fungal species Amylostereum laevigatum had its f ...

                                               

Xanthocanace ranula

                                               

Xylocopa inconstans

Xylocopa inconstans can reach a length of about 20–26 millimetres 0.79–1.02 in. The scutellum has a right angle. The back side of the mesosoma and the first tergite show a white pubescence.

                                               

Beetles described in 1874

                                               

Butterflies described in 1874

                                               

Moths described in 1874

                                               

Solemya parkinsonii

                                               

Gastropods described in 1874

                                               

Tscharnuter

As minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number by the IAUs Minor Planet Center, and the discoverers can then submit names for them, following the IAUs naming conventions. The list below concerns those minor planets i ...

                                               

Whitehorne

As minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number by the IAUs Minor Planet Center, and the discoverers can then submit names for them, following the IAUs naming conventions. The list below concerns those minor planets i ...

                                               

Cameroon rainforest snake

                                               

Kei Island worm snake

The specific name, kraalii, is in honor of Captain P.F. Kraal of the Dutch military in the Moluccas, who assisted the Italian expedition on which the holotype was collected.

                                               

Saproscincus mustelinus

The southern weasel skink is around 45 mm 1.8 in from snout to vent, is covered in iridescent reddish brown fine scales, and has several distinctive white marks behind and below the eye.

                                               

Altella lucida

                                               

Amaurobius latebrosus

                                               

Bothriocyrtum californicum

                                               

Castianeira walsinghami

                                               

Ceraticelus atriceps

                                               

Ceraticelus emertoni

                                               

Ceraticelus fissiceps

                                               

Ceraticelus laetabilis

These two subspecies belong to the species Ceraticelus laetabilis: Ceraticelus laetabilis O. P Cambridge, 1874 Ceraticelus laetabilis pisga Chamberlin, 1949

                                               

Ceratinopsis interpres

                                               

Cheiracanthium insigne

Cheiracanthium insigne, is a species of spider of the genus Cheiracanthium. It is found in India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, China. The species is sometimes classified as a senior synonym of Eutittha gracilipes.

                                               

Cteniza moggridgei

Cteniza moggridgei is a species of trapdoor spider found in France and Italy. On the Ionian Islands, their nests are often found among the roots of olive trees. These nests are sometimes found clustered together, but their proximity is not necess ...

                                               

Cymbacha festiva

                                               

Erigone dentigera

                                               

Idioctis

As of April 2019, it contains nine species: Idioctis littoralis Abraham, 1924 – Singapore Idioctis xmas Raven, 1988 – Australia Christmas Is. Idioctis yerlata Churchill & Raven, 1992 – Australia Queensland Idioctis helva L. Koch, 1874 type – Fiji ...

                                               

Maratus volans

Both sexes reach about 5 mm in body length. Females and immatures of both sexes are brown but have color patterns by which they can be distinguished from related species. Also, the males dance to attract females.

                                               

Poecilochroa

As of May 2019 it contains thirty-nine species and one subspecies: Poecilochroa albomaculata Lucas, 1846 – Western Mediterranean Poecilochroa insularis Kulczynski, 1911 – Indonesia Java Poecilochroa carinata Caporiacco, 1947 – Uganda Poecilochroa ...

                                               

Sidymella rubrosignata

Sidymella rubrosignata is a species of crab spiders found in Australia. It is a common spider, often seen on Dianella plants. Like all thomisid spiders, it does not make a web, but lies in wait for prey to appear nearby. Their prey is insects, or ...

                                               

Souessa

Souessa is a monotypic genus of North American sheet weavers containing the single species, Souessa spinifera. It was first described by C. R. Crosby & S. C. Bishop in 1936, and has only been found in the United States.

                                               

Tetragnatha montana

Tetragnatha montana, commonly known as the silver stretch spider, is a species of long-jawed orb weaver from the family Tetragnathidae that has a Palearctic distribution. It preys mostly on flies and mosquitoes. The name silver stretch spider ref ...

                                               

Trittame

As of April 2019 it contains twelve species: Trittame loki Raven, 1990 – Australia Queensland Trittame gracilis L. Koch, 1874 type – Australia Queensland Trittame augusteyni Raven, 1994 – Australia Queensland Trittame forsteri Raven, 1990 – Austr ...

                                               

Walckenaeria directa

                                               

Zodarion fulvonigrum

                                               

Zodarion timidum

                                               

Santa Maria Assunta, Pievepelago

A parish church at the site is documented since 1038, but little remains of that building. Construction of the present parish began 1868 designed by Cesare Costa, and was consecrated in 1874. The church houses a Glory of Santa Filomena by Adeodat ...

                                               

Sacred Heart Church, Bournemouth

The Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart, or Sacred Heart Church, is a Roman Catholic church in the seaside resort of Bournemouth, England. Located on Albert Road close to the town centre, it was the first Roman Catholic church built in Bournemout ...

                                               

Sacred Heart Church, Rectory, School and Convent (Cambridge, Massachusetts)

The Sacred Heart Church, Rectory, School and Convent make up an historic Roman Catholic church complex at 6th and Thorndike Streets in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The church was built in the 1870s and 1880s to serve the parish first organized as th ...

                                               

St Josephs Church, Preston

St Josephs Church is in Skeffington Road, Preston, Lancashire, England. It is an active Roman Catholic church in the Diocese of Lancaster. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building.

                                               

Spotted catbird

The spotted catbird is a species of bowerbird which can be found in north Queensland, the eastern Moluccas and New Guinea. Although it is a member of the bowerbird family it does not build a bower. Widespread and common throughout its large range ...

                                               

Temotu whistler

The Temotu whistler is a species of bird in the family Pachycephalidae, which is endemic to the Santa Cruz Islands of the Solomon Islands group. It was classified as a separate species in 2016 by the IOC. Two of its subspecies belonged previously ...

                                               

Coleusia signata

Coleusia signata is a species of crab from the family Leucosiidae which is found in the Red Sea and the western Indian Ocean and which has colonised the eastern Mediterranean Sea by Lessepsian migration through the Suez Canal.

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