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As of May 2019 it contains eighteen species, found in Asia, Canada, and the United States: Stemonyphantes montanus Wunderlich, 1978 – Turkey Stemonyphantes griseus Schenkel, 1936 – Kyrgyzstan, China Stemonyphantes parvipalpus Tanasevitch, 2007 – ...


Titanoeca spominima


Zelotes tenuis

Zelotes tenuis is a species of ground spider in the family Gnaphosidae. It is found in a range from Mediterranean to Russia, has been introduced into Galapagos Islands, and the United States.


Church of St Mary and St John

The Church of St Mary and St John is the older of two Roman Catholic churches in the town of Ballincollig, County Cork, Ireland. The church was built in the 1860s, funded by donations from the local people of the time, and officially opened on 28 ...


Ontario Liberal Party candidates in Ontario provincial elections


Leaders of the Ontario Liberal Party


Quebec Liberal Party candidates in Quebec provincial elections


Houses in Lincoln County, West Virginia


National Register of Historic Places in Lincoln County, West Virginia


Populated places in Lincoln County, West Virginia


Protected areas of Lincoln County, West Virginia


People from Alum Creek, West Virginia


People from Hamlin, West Virginia


U.S. Route 119 in West Virginia


West Virginia Route 3

West Virginia Route 3 is a state highway in the U.S. state of West Virginia. It runs from West Virginia Route 10 in West Hamlin in a general easterly direction via Beckley to West Virginia Route 311 at Sweet Springs, most of the way across the st ...


West Virginia Route 34

West Virginia Route 34 is a north–south state highway in the U.S. state of West Virginia. The southern terminus of the route is at West Virginia Route 3 three miles east of Hamlin. The northern terminus is at Interstate 77 exit 124 in Kenna. The ...


West Virginia Route 37

West Virginia Route 37 is an east–west state highway in western West Virginia. The western terminus of the route is at the Kentucky state line in Fort Gay, where WV 37 becomes Kentucky Route 3 Spur upon crossing the Tug Fork. The eastern terminus ...


West Virginia Route 214

West Virginia Route 214 is a north–south state highway located in the western portion of the U.S. state of West Virginia. Although the route maintains an east–west routing for most of its length, the route is signed as north–south. The southern t ...


Plume-toed swiftlet

The plume-toed swiftlet is a small bird in the swift family Apodidae. It is found on some eastern Indian Ocean islands, the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, and lowland Borneo. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It was ...


Talamanca hummingbird

The Talamanca hummingbird or admirable hummingbird is a large hummingbird. Some taxonomic authorities, such as the International Ornithological Committee, split the magnificent hummingbird into two species, in which case the nominate subspecies f ...


Torotoroka scops owl

The Torotoroka scops owl is a taxon of owl in the family Strigidae. It is endemic to the south and eastern parts of Madagascar, and was previously regarded as its own species. However, O. madagascariensis and the rainforest scops owl Otus. rutilu ...


Charybdis hellerii

Charybdis hellerii, the Indo-Pacific swimming crab or spiny hands is a species of crab from the swimming crab family, the Portunidae. Its native range covers the Indian and Pacific Oceans but it has been introduced to the western Atlantic and has ...


Discoplax longipes

Discoplax longipes is a species of terrestrial crab. It is found in karstic caves on Pacific islands and ranges from the Loyalty Islands to French Polynesia. Mating occurs in the caves, after which the females migrate to the sea to release their ...


Lophozozymus pulchellus

The carapace contains some granular crests, and has a pattern of fine red lines. The anterior area of the dorsal surface of the carapace is somewhat granular. There is a large, transverse red band on the ambulatory legs. These legs are cylindrica ...


African sea catfish

The African sea catfish, also known as the marine catfish, is a species of sea catfish in the family Ariidae. It was described by Albert Gunther in 1867. It is found in tropical brackish and freshwater in Tanzania, Madagascar, and the Pangani Riv ...


Bascanichthys longipinnis

Bascanichthys longipinnis is an eel in the family Ophichthidae. It was described by Rudolf Kner and Franz Steindachner in 1867. It is a tropical, marine and brackish water-dwelling eel which is known from the Indian and Pacific Ocean, including I ...


Cantherhines fronticinctus

Cantherhines fronticinctus, known commonly as the spectacled filefish, is a species of marine fish in the family Monacanthidae. The spectacled filefish is widespread throughout the tropical waters of the Indo/ West Pacific area. The spectacled fi ...


Ctenotrypauchen chinensis


Fly-specked hardyhead

The fly-specked hardyhead is a species of fish in the family Atherinidae endemic and widespread in the freshwater streams of the Northern Territory down the east coast of Queensland into southern Queensland. It forms shoals in streams shallows. I ...



There are currently 15 recognized extant species in this genus: Glossanodon pygmaeus Cohen, 1958 Pygmy argentine Glossanodon leioglossus Valenciennes, 1848 Small-toothed argentine Glossanodon microcephalus Endo & Nashida, 2012 Glossanodon pseudol ...


Margintail conger

The margintail conger is an eel in the family Congridae. It was described by Felipe Poey in 1867, originally under the genus Echelus. It is a subtropical, marine eel which is known from the western Atlantic Ocean, including the United States, Bah ...


Myctophum spinosum


Myoxocephalus brandtii

Myoxocephalus brandtii is a species of sculpin fish in the family Cottidae. It is native to the northwest Pacific, with a range extending from the Sea of Okhotsk to Hokkaido and the Sea of Japan. It inhabits relatively shallow coastal waters less ...


Pacific blue-eye

The Pacific blue-eye is a species of fish in the subfamily Pseudomugilinae native to eastern Australia. Described by Austrian naturalist Rudolf Kner in 1866, it comprises two subspecies that have been regarded as separate species in the past and ...


Schistura striata

Schistura striata is a species of stone loach endemic to India where it occurs in Kerala and Karnataka. This fish grows to a length of 5 centimetres SL.


Sleepy cod

The sleepy cod is a medium-sized fish in the family Butidae, native to tropical fresh waters of northern Australia and questionably from New Guinea. It is a member of the order Perciformes, thus is unrelated to the true cods in the order Gadiform ...


Speckled longfin eel

The speckled longfin eel, Australian long-finned eel or marbled eel is one of 15 species of eel in the family Anguillidae. It has a long snake-like cylindrical body with its dorsal, tail and anal fins joined to form one long fin. It usually has a ...


Gymnothorax nudivomer

The starry moray is a large sized fish that can reach a maximum length of 180 cm, but the ones usually observed are rather smaller. Its serpentine in shape body has a brown background color dotted with small white spots circled with darker brown ...


Acrocera obsoleta



Bradysia is a genus of fungus gnat in the family Sciaridae. They are commonly known as darkwinged fungus gnats. They are considered a major pest in greenhouse agriculture because they thrive in the moist conditions common inside greenhouses and f ...


Bradysia fungicola


Cerceris tolteca


Chlorochroa viridicata


Chrysops aestuans


Copecrypta ruficauda


Copestylum haagii


Corynoptera forcipata


Crabro cingulatus


Crabro tumidus


Cyrtomenus crassus

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