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Tarachodes bicornis


Tarachodes feae


Tarachodes griseus


Tarachodes nyassanus


Tarachodes okahandyanus


Tarachodes saussurei


Tarachodes tananus


Tarachodes werneri


Teloganopsis deficiens


Tetralonia fumida

Tetralonia fumida, also known as Tetralonia fumida is a species of bees belonging to the family apidae subfamily Apinae. It is found endemic to Sri Lanka.


Thyreus takaonis


Triatoma neotomae


Turneria frenchi

Turneria frenchi-species of ants of the genus Turneria. Described by Forel in 1911, it is endemic to Australia, but the original specimens of the ant have been lost, and its placement in the genus is still in question. The ant was transferred var ...


Vollenhovia escherichi


Beetles described in 1911


Butterflies described in 1911


Moths described in 1911


Notoplax subviridis


Gastropods described in 1911


Boulengers pipe snake

Boulengers pipe snake, Cylindrophis boulengeri, is a species of nonvenomous snake in the Cylindrophiidae family. The species is endemic to Indonesia.


Polemon gracilis

Dorsal dark brown, with five narrow black stripes and interrupted white stripes on the scales between them. Snout, occiput, and end of tail yellow. Bottom yellowish, including 1½ rows of dorsal scales adjacent to the ventral on each side. Sample ...


Webers sailfin lizard

Sailfin lizard Weber, is of agamid lizards in Indonesia. In particular, it is endemic to Halmahera and Ternate Islands of Maluku. It has a life span of between 10-15 years. H. weberi is the smallest of the three known species of Hydrosaurus, reac ...


Xenocalamus michelli

Xenocalamus Michelli, Michells or crows-trunk snake is a species of venomous rear-fanged snake in the family Lamprophiidae. The species is endemic to Africa.


Bathyphantes brevis



As of may 2019 contains eight types: Diplocentria retinax Crosby and Bishop, 1936 – USA, Canada. Diplocentria hiberna barrows, 1945 – USA. Diplocentria Mediocris Simon, 1884 – Europe. Diplocentria rectangulata Emerton, 1915 – North America, Europ ...


Episinus amoenus


Ero cambridgei

Ero cambridgei is a pirate spider with a Palearctic distribution. This, in particular, found in Lithuania. This kind of pirate spiders do not weave their webs. Instead, he leads a nomadic life. In contrast to methods involving hunting and breedin ...



As of may 2019 contains four species, found in China, Kazakhstan, Pakistan: Reprobus Halorates O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1879 type – Western, Central and Northern Europe. Halorates concavus Tanasevitch, 2011 – Pakistan. Halorates sexastriatus FEI, Ga ...


Metaphidippus pernix

The species was first described in 1901 as Metaphidippus pernix, O. F. Pickard-Cambridge. In 1911 Alexander Petrunkevitch decided to move the species to the genus Dendryphantes. However, Dendryphantes pernix already existed as a name for differen ...


Micaria longispina



As of April 2019 contains four species: Baitetensis Micropoltys Smith and levy, 2010, – New Guinea. Micropoltys placenta Kulczynski, 1911 – New Guinea. Heatherae Micropoltys Smith and Levi 2010, – Australia QLD. Debakkeri Micropoltys Smith and le ...


Philodromus albidus


Phrurotimpus borealis


Pisaurina brevipes

Pisaurina brevipes is a variety of "childrens web", which is located in the Eastern part of the North American continent, from Ontario to Florida and West to Kansas. P. brevipes differs from similar Pisaurina Mira, having relatively short legs. T ...


Psilochorus simoni

Psilochorus Simoni is a species of spiders in the basement of the family Pholcidae. He is in the USA, was introduced in Europe, Turkey and New Zealand. The species got its name "spider wine cellar" after usually found in wine cellars. Today, this ...


Schizocosa retrorsa



Traematosisis is a monotypic American weavers sheet containing a single species, Traematosisis bispinosus. It was first described by S. C. Bishop & R. S. Crosby in 1938, and only in the United States.



As of the August 2019 contains twelve fourteen species and subspecies, Africa, Oceania, Asia, and throughout America: Trichonephila antipodiana Walckenaer, 1841 – China, Philippines, New Guinea, Solomon is., Australia QLD. It Trichonephila S. cae ...


Boyds shearwater

To work in our Petrel, also known as Cape Verde little Shearwater, is a small Shearwater which breeds in the archipelago of Cape Verde in the Atlantic ocean about 570 miles off the coast of West Africa. The epithet noted British ornithologist Arn ...


Coopmanss tyrannulet

Coopmanss tyrannulet is a species of bird belonging to the family Tyrannidae. It was found in Colombia and Venezuela. It was previously considered a subspecies of the Golden-face tyrannulet.


Clausidium vancouverense

Clausidium vancouverense, the red copepod, is a symbiont of the Ghost shrimp Neotrypaea californiensis. This is one of the six species of the genus Clausidium and is found with its owner in the Pacific ocean from Alaska to Baja California.


Diastylis bidentata


Dipteropeltis hirundo


Karstarma jacobsoni


Tigriopus californicus

Tigriopus is entering the intertidal copepod species that occurs on the Pacific coast of North America. This species is the subject of numerous scientific studies on topics ranging from ecology and evolution to neurobiology.


Dasyloricaria latiura

Latiura Dasyloricaria is a species of armored catfish native to Panama and Colombia, where it is located in the Tuira and Atrato river basins. This species grows to a length of 35.5 cm SL.


Duckbill oceanic eel

Duckbill oceanic eel in the family Derichthyidae. It was described by Johann Schmidt in 1912. It is a marine, deep-water dwelling eel which is known from France, Morocco, the Cape of Good Hope and South Africa in the Eastern Atlantic ocean and fr ...


Torquigener tuberculiferus


Gobiobotia filifer


Labeobarbus sandersi

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