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Santi Leonardo e Erasmo, Roccagorga

Santi Leonardo e Erasmo in Baroque style, Roman Catholic Church, located in Roccagorga, province of latina, Lazio region in Central Italy. Presumbably, the Church is dedicated in part to St. Erasmus, a former Bishop of Formia, the port in the pro ...


Santa Maria di Piazza, Serrapetrona

Santa Maria di Piazza in the Baroque style, Roman Catholic Church, located in Piazza Santa Maria in Serrapetrona, province of Macerata, region Marche, Italy.


San Giusto, Volterra

The ancient Church on the site, built at least in the 7th century, and was called San Giusto in Botro, built over the tombs of saints Giusto and Clemente. Was launched October 28, 1628, based on designs by the architect Giovanni Coccapani, which ...


Historic districts in Ohio County, West Virginia


Houses in Ohio County, West Virginia


National Register of Historic Places in Ohio County, West Virginia


Wilson, Ohio County, West Virginia

Wilson is a Ghost town in the County of Ohio, West Virginia, USA. Wilson was located on the Ohio river opposite Tiltonsville, Ohio. Wilson appeared on the maps of the Geological survey of Western Virginia at the end of 1906.


Populated places in Ohio County, West Virginia


Protected areas of Ohio County, West Virginia


Interstate 470 (Ohio–West Virginia)

Interstate 470 is a 10.63-mile auxiliary interstate highway I-70 that bypasses the city of wheeling, West Virginia, in the United States. I-470 is one of the 13 Auxiliary highway between Ohio and the only secondary highway in West Virginia. At th ...


Interstate 70 in West Virginia

Interstate 70 is part of the interstate highway system, which takes place near Fort Cove, Utah, at the junction with interstate 15 to Baltimore, Maryland. It crosses the Northern Panhandle in West Virginia through Ohio County and wheeling. This s ...


U.S. Route 40 in West Virginia

In the U.S. state of West Virginia, U.S. Route 40 runs for 16 miles through the Northern Panhandle region. The highway enters the state on the military order of the Purple heart bridge concurrent with us 250, crossing wheeling island, before join ...


U.S. Route 250 in West Virginia

Highway 250 is a United States numbered highway that runs from Sandusky, Ohio to Richmond, Virginia. In the state of West Virginia, the route runs from the border of Ohio in wheeling to the border of Virginia, of Thornwood.


West Virginia Route 2

The West Virginia route 2 is a state highway in the U.S. state of West Virginia. It is, generally parallel to the Ohio river along the Western border of the state, from U.S. Route 60 in Huntington in the North-East highway 30 in Chester. WV 2 lea ...


West Virginia Route 2 and I-68 Authority

The West Virginia route 2 and interstate 68 authority was created by the legislature of West Virginia in 1997. The purpose of government is to "promote and advance" the construction of a modern highway through the forest, Pleasants, Tyler, Wetzel ...


West Virginia Route 88

West Virginia route 88 North–South highway located in the Northern border area, West Virginia. South terminal is located on route 250 in limestone. The Northern Terminus is at West Virginia route 27 five miles East of Wellsburg and 400 metres Wes ...


West Virginia Route 251


Barbel steed

The barbel steed-small freshwater fish of the carp family. It is found throughout the Amur basin in East Asia in North Vietnam, Japan and the Islands of Hainan and Taiwan.


Andrena marginata

Banded andrena, sometimes called small scabious mining bee is one of the species of the sand bee of the genus. It feeds on a variety of honey plants of the family Dipsacaceae, field scabious devils bit scabious, although observed foraging on knap ...


Chrysotoxum cautum

Cautum Chrysotoxum species hoverflies. It is located on the South of the UK and in Eastern Europe in the Palearctic, but is usually found in small numbers. Maggots, what do you think, feed on root aphids. Adults are usually found at forest edges ...


Conops quadrifasciatus

This species is distributed in most parts of Europe. It is also in Russia, Turkey and Iran. These conopds can be found mostly on uneven floral areas, meadows and roadsides.


Cratichneumon culex

Cratichneumon so called because it can reach a length of 15-16 mm 0.59–0.63, in addition to mustache. As usual in Incheumonidae these solitary parasitic wasps have an elongated abdomen and long antennae. The body is black, and the legs reddish or ...


Culiseta annulata


Cuterebra buccata


Dioctria rufipes

This species can be found in most countries of Europe, the middle East and in Eastern Palearctic ecozone.


Gasterophilus intestinalis

Gasterophilus intestinаlis, also known as horse bot fly, is a species of insect of the family Oestridae, and is found worldwide. Adults who have a bumblebee-like appearance, visibly active in the summer. G. intestinаlis is primarily a parasite of ...


Gonia capitata


Hilara maura


Horehound bug

In Horehound bug stink bug which sucks the SAP of the Horehound plant, causing wilting of new shoots. They have five stages of nymphs in their development. Although they usually attack Horehound, they may also swarm to various other trees and shrubs.


Hybos femoratus


Leucozona laternaria

External image for terms see morphology of Diptera wing length 7 to 10 mm of 0.28 to 0.39 V. the Shield black. Tergite 2 has a large well-separated silver-white to yellowish white spots often merge.Tergites 3 and 4 have a narrow or missing markin ...


Lispe tentaculata


Ochthera mantis


Pselliopus cinctus


Scenopinus niger

Scenopinus Niger, window, fly, is a member of the family Scenopinidae flies. It is found in the Palearctic. Scenopinus Niger "rather small, very black, oblong to fly.Legs blackish, except on foot. The forehead is quite shiny. The mans eyes are wi ...


Sinea diadema

Sinea Diadema is a species of assassin bug family, in the subfamily Harpactorinae. It is native to North America and found in the Midwest region, which is often associated with Solidago missouriensis goldenrod Nuttall. C. Diadema is bivoltine, pr ...


Siphona geniculata


Stagonomus venustissimus

The species was first named by Fabricius, and Vice versa melanocephalus. However, this name has already been used by Linnaeus for mirid bug, now known as Phylus melanocephalus at the time, kind of more information covers all bugs. The name of the ...


Stratiomys singularior

Body length 13.5-17 mm. Eyes hairy men and women without any yellow postocular collar. Leg and abdomen mostly black, the second with pale stripes. Abdomen dorsally with three pairs of small, yellow spots and the tip yellow or orange.


Tephritis leontodontis

Leontodontis Tephritis is a species of fly in the family Tephritidae, of the gall flies. It is found in the Palearctic. The larvae feed on Scorzoneroides autumnalis.


Trixa conspersa

Trixa conspersa is a species of fly in the family Tachinidae. It is usually found in meadows, hedgerows and woodland in Britain, about the month of may until the end of July.


Xylophagus cinctus


Beetles described in 1776


Butterflies described in 1776


Moths described in 1776


Akera bullata

Akera Bullata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family opisthobranch Akeridae, family, which is related to sea hares. This species is the only European representative of the genus Akera.


Chlamys islandica

Chlamys islandica, Icelandic scallop, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family pectinidae. This North Atlantic scallop is attached to a hard surface, like rocks and can be found from the intertidal zone to depths of 200 m. In the North-West, ...


Crenella faba

Crenella Faba, or some beans with mussels, this species of bivalve mollusc in the family Mytilidae. It can be found on the North Atlantic coast of North America, from Greenland to Nova Scotia.


Facelina auriculata

Facelina auriculata, sometimes known by the common name Slim Aesop, is a species of sea slugs, aeolid in volozaninova in the family Facelinidae. Facelina used & Forbes, Goodsir, 1839-synonym of Facelina auriculata.


Farrers scallop

This species is grown on an industrial scale from mainland China, but the product was destroyed by a series of epidemics in the 1990-ies. It is now thought that this death was the result of infections with Ostreavirus, the herpes virus in the fam ...

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