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Labulla

Labulla is a genus of dwarf spiders that was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1884. As of May 2019 it contains only three species, found in France, Portugal, and Spain: L. flahaulti, L. machadoi, and L. thoracica.

                                               

Lessertia dentichelis

Lessertia dentichelis is a spider species found in Europe, Canary Islands, Madeira, Canada and New Zealand. It is notably found in Lithuania. There is also a notable population in Kungstradgården metro station, in Stockholm; this is the only plac ...

                                               

Leucauge argenteanigra

Leucauge argenteanigra is an endemic long-jawed orb weaving spider species of the family Tetragnathidae that lives on São Tome Island. It was first described in 1884 by Ferdinand Karsch as Meta argenteanigra.

                                               

Maso (spider)

As of May 2019 it contains seven species: Maso douro Bosmans & Cardoso, 2010 – Portugal Maso gallicus Simon, 1894 – Europe, Algeria to Azerbaijan Maso politus Banks, 1896 – USA Maso sundevalli Westring, 1851 type – North America, Europe, Turkey, ...

                                               

Mastophora bisaccata

                                               

Midia

Midia is a monotypic genus of dwarf spiders containing the single species, Midia midas. It was first described by Michael I. Saaristo & J. Wunderlich in 1995.

                                               

Minyriolus

As of May 2019 it contains four species, found in Argentina, and Italy: Minyriolus australis Simon, 1902 – Argentina Minyriolus phaulobius Thorell, 1875 – Italy Minyriolus medusa Simon, 1881 – Europe Minyriolus pusillus Wider, 1834 type – Europe

                                               

Neaetha

As of July 2019 it contains twelve species, found only in Asia, Europe, and Africa: Neaetha catula Simon, 1886 – East, Southern Africa Neaetha ravoisiaei Lucas, 1846 – Algeria, East Africa Neaetha absheronica Logunov & Guseinov, 2002 – Albania, M ...

                                               

Nematogmus

As of May 2019 it contains nine species: Nematogmus digitatus Fei & Zhu, 1994 – China Nematogmus sanguinolentus Walckenaer, 1841 type – Europe, North Africa, Caucasus, China, Korea, Japan Nematogmus nigripes Hu, 2001 – China Nematogmus longior So ...

                                               

Notioscopus

Notioscopus is a genus of dwarf spiders that was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1884. As of May 2019 it contains only three species, found in South Africa, Russia, Mongolia, and China: N. australis, N. sarcinatus, and N. sibiricus.

                                               

Olios giganteus

                                               

Ozyptila monroensis

                                               

Pachygnatha autumnalis

                                               

Pachygnatha brevis

                                               

Pachygnatha furcillata

                                               

Panamomops

As of May 2019 it contains thirteen species, found in Europe and Asia: Panamomops inconspicuus Miller & Valesova, 1964 – Italy, Central and Eastern Europe Panamomops mengei Simon, 1926 – Europe, Russia Europe to West Siberia and Central Asia, Kaz ...

                                               

Peponocranium

As of May 2019 it contains five species, found in Europe: Peponocranium ludicrum O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1861 type – Europe, Russia Peponocranium dubium Wunderlich, 1995 – Mongolia Peponocranium orbiculatum O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1882 – Germany to R ...

                                               

Phidippus clarus

Phidippus clarus is a species of jumping spider found in old fields throughout eastern North America. It often waits upside down near the top of a plant, which may be useful for detecting prey, and then quickly jumps down before the prey can esca ...

                                               

Philodromus californicus

                                               

Philodromus marxi

                                               

Phrynarachne ceylonica

Phrynarachne ceylonica is a species of spiders of the genus Phrynarachne. It is found in China, Japan, Sri Lanka and Taiwan. The species is known to discharge foul smell, which may help it attract prey and deter predators. Its morphology is simil ...

                                               

Phylloneta pictipes

                                               

Pimoa rupicola

Pimoa rupicola is a species of the spiders family Pimoidae found in France and Italy. First described in 1884, it is one of twenty-eight described species in the genus Pimoa.

                                               

Pocadicnemis

As of May 2019 it contains seven species, found in Asia and Europe: Pocadicnemis carpatica Chyzer, 1894 – Central, Eastern Europe Pocadicnemis jacksoni Millidge, 1976 – Portugal, Spain, France, China Pocadicnemis americana Millidge, 1976 – USA, C ...

                                               

Porrhomma

As of May 2019 it contains twenty-four species, found in Europe and Asia: Porrhomma magnum Tanasevitch, 2012 – Russia South Siberia, Kazakhstan Porrhomma microcavense Wunderlich, 1990 – Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Czechia, Slovakia, Russia Eur ...

                                               

Rhysodromus alascensis

Rhysodromus alascensis is a species of running crab spider in the family Philodromidae. It is found in North America, Russia, Kazakhstan, and China.

                                               

Savignia fronticornis

                                               

Scotinotylus

As of May 2019 it contains forty-six species, found in Europe and Asia: Scotinotylus autor Chamberlin, 1949 – USA Scotinotylus montanus Millidge, 1981 – USA Scotinotylus kenus Chamberlin, 1949 – USA Scotinotylus dubiosus Millidge, 1981 – USA Scot ...

                                               

Sintula

As of June 2019 it contains seventeen species, found in Europe, Russia, Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia: Sintula solitarius Gnelitsa, 2012 – Ukraine Sintula spiniger Balogh, 1935 – Austria to Greece and Russia Europe Sintula roeweri Kratochvil, 193 ...

                                               

Styloctetor

As of May 2019 it contains eight species, found in Asia and North Africa: Styloctetor tuvinensis Marusik & Tanasevitch, 1998 – Russia Styloctetor logunovi Eskov & Marusik, 1994 – Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia Styloctetor okhotensis Eskov, 1993 – R ...

                                               

Syedra (spider)

As of May 2019 it contains seven species, found in Europe and the Middle Africa: Syedra oii Saito, 1983 – China, Korea, Japan Syedra apetlonensis Wunderlich, 1992 – Austria, Slovakia, Norway, Russia Syedra parvula Kritscher, 1996 – Malta Syedra g ...

                                               

Tapinocyba

As of May 2019 it contains thirty-six species and two subspecies, found in Europe, Asia, Canada, the United States, and Algeria: Tapinocyba a. pyrenaea Millidge, 1979 – Spain, France Tapinocyba a. orientalis Millidge, 1979 – Central Europe Tapino ...

                                               

Taranucnus

As of May 2019 it contains six species, found in Europe and the United States: Taranucnus beskidicus Hirna, 2018 – Ukraine Taranucnus bihari Fage, 1931 – Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine Taranucnus carpaticus Gnelitsa, 2016 – Ukraine Taranucnus ...

                                               

Tetragnatha caudata

Tetragnatha caudata is a species of long-jawed orb weaver in the family of spiders known as Tetragnathidae. It is found in North, Central America, Cuba, and Jamaica.

                                               

Tetragnatha straminea

                                               

Thaumatoncus

Thaumatoncus is a genus of sheet weavers that was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1884. As of May 2019 it contains only two species, both found in Israel, Tunisia, Algeria, France, and Spain: T. indicator and T. secundus.

                                               

Tmarus floridensis

                                               

Trichoncus

As of June 2019 it contains twenty-nine species, found only in Asia, Africa, and Europe: Trichoncus steppensis Eskov, 1995 – Kazakhstan Trichoncus vasconicus Denis, 1944 – Europe, Russia to Kazakhstan Trichoncus sordidus Simon, 1884 – Europe Tric ...

                                               

Troglohyphantes lucifuga

                                               

Troxochrus

As of June 2019 it contains five species, found only in Europe, Angola, and Israel: Troxochrus triangularis Tanasevitch, 2013 – Israel Troxochrus scabriculus Westring, 1851 type – Europe Troxochrus rugulosus Westring, 1851 – Sweden Troxochrus ape ...

                                               

Typhochrestus

As of June 2019 it contains thirty-seven species, found in Europe, Africa, North America, Israel, and on Greenland: Typhochrestus sireti Bosmans, 2008 – Spain Typhochrestus ikarianus Tanasevitch, 2011 – Greece Typhochrestus uintanus Chamberlin & ...

                                               

Wiehlea

Wiehlea is a monotypic genus of European sheet weavers containing the single species, Wiehlea calcarifera. It was first described by R. Braun in 1959, and is only found in Europe.

                                               

SantAntonio di Padova, Santa Maria Nuova

SantAntonio di Padova is a Neoclassic-style, Roman Catholic church located facing Piazza Magagnini in the town of Santa Maria Nuova, region of Marche, Italy.

                                               

Lakeport Church (Yankton County, South Dakota)

Saint John the Baptist Church, commonly known as Lakeport Church, is a stone church located in rural Yankton County in the state of South Dakota in the Midwestern United States. It was built in 1884 and served a predominantly Czech Catholic paris ...

                                               

Sacred Heart Church, Exeter

Sacred Heart Church is a Roman Catholic Parish church in Exeter, Devon, England. It was built from 1883 to 1884 and designed by Leonard Stokes. It is situated on the corner of South Street and Bear Street, close to Exeter Cathedral in the centre ...

                                               

St. Marys Catholic Church (Medora, North Dakota)

The St. Marys Catholic Church in Medora, North Dakota was built in 1884 by Peter Book, a builder who also constructed the Von Hoffman House. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. A metal plate on the church states tha ...

                                               

St. Peters Roman Catholic Church, Drogheda

St. Peters Roman Catholic Church is located on West Street, Drogheda, Ireland. Designed by J. ONeill and W.H. Byrne and built in the French Gothic style of local limestone ashlar in 1884. The church is famous for its tall west gable, rose window ...

                                               

St. Anns Catholic Church of Badus

St. Anns Catholic Church of Badus is a historic church in Ramona, South Dakota. It was built in 1884 and was added to the National Register in 1979. It is a one-story vernacular-Gothic Revival building with a gable roof and clapboard siding. It i ...

                                               

St. Peters Basilica, Guimarães

The St. Peters Basilica also called St. Peters Church Is a Catholic temple built in neoclassical style in the parish of Oliveira, São Paio and São Sebastião, Guimaraes in the north of the European country of Portugal. Its origin dates back to the ...

                                               

St. Thomas (Minnesota) Tommies baseball

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