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Sphaerocera curvipes

                                               

Sphaerophoria interrupta

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Tabanus abdominalis

                                               

Tabanus marginalis

                                               

Beetles described in 1805

                                               

Butterflies described in 1805

                                               

Moths described in 1805

                                               

Gastropods described in 1805

                                               

Acanthepeira stellata

Acanthepeira of stellata, known usually as starbellied to fix the position or starbellied spider, is a species of ORB weaver in the family Araneidae spider. It ranges from Canada to Mexico.

                                               

Missulena occatoria

Missulena occatoria, is known as a red spider with a mouse, found in southern Australia, from open forests with brushwood desert. It is the largest and most widespread species of Missulena, because the spiderlings are wind-dispersed. Usually this ...

                                               

Olios argelasius

                                               

Steatoda paykulliana

Steatoda paykulliana is a species of false black widow in the tangle-web spiders family, which grows in Mediterranean countries, southern Europe and Western Asia. This species is named in honor of the Swedish naturalist Gustav von Paykull.

                                               

Echinaster sepositus

Echinaster sepositus, Mediterranean sea, Red sea star, is a species of starfish from the Eastern part of the Atlantic ocean, including the Mediterranean sea.

                                               

Anthidium oblongatum

Synonyms for this species include: Anthidium oblongatum VAR luteum_homonym Dusmet, 1915. Anthidium oblongatum VAR black pepper Friese, 1897. Anthophora oblong Illiger, 1806. Anthidium oblongatum xanthurum Yes, 1925. Anthidium trochantericum Moraw ...

                                               

Chrysis comparata

Head and thorax bluish-green. Eyes and antennae are black. Abdomen Golden-red, while the first segment is bluish green. The wings are smoked. Pronotum may be longer than the shield.

                                               

Chrysis elegans

                                               

Chrysura refulgens

Chrysura refulgens can reach a length of 10-12 mm 0.39–0.47 in. He is one of the largest southern European Chrysura. Head and thorax metallic bluish, while the abdomen metallic Golden-red.

                                               

Megachile punctatissima

                                               

Osmia latreillei

This species is mainly found in Central and southern Europe. Sometimes these bees was discovered in North Africa and the middle East.

                                               

Sphecius hogardii

Hogardii Sphecius, the killer Caribbean Cicada, is a species of sand Wasp in the family Crabronidae. It is located in the Caribbean sea and North America.

                                               

Symphoromyia crassicornis

Symphoromyia crassicornis is 8 mm. long and reliable. First segment of antennae strongly swollen in both sexes, more than second and third segments together, and very hairy, especially the men. The palpi slightly swollen. Mens eyes at a short dis ...

                                               

Tabanus trimaculatus

                                               

Tetrix undulata

T. undulata body length 6-12 mm, 0.24–0.47 in females usually slightly larger than males. Color range varies between people and different morphs are present, from dark brown to light yellow-white. Individuals with a predominance of light colors o ...

                                               

Thelaira leucozona

Thelaira leucozona is a species of fly in the family Tachinidae first described by Georg Wolfgang Franz Panzer in 1806. He is a parasite of moths, such as Arctiс Kakha, laying its eggs in the larvae, which ultimately kill the host.

                                               

Beetles described in 1806

                                               

Butterflies described in 1806

                                               

Moths described in 1806

                                               

Bivalves described in 1806

                                               

Gastropods described in 1806

                                               

Phormictopus cancerides

Phormictopus cancerides known as the Hispaniolan giant tarantula, is a tarantula native to the Dominican Republic, where it is called cacata, Haiti, where it is called araignee-crab, and in Cuba where it is rare. It comes from the West Indies to ...

                                               

Uloborus walckenaerius

Uloborus Walckenaerius spider in the family Uloboridae. Like all spiders in this family, they do not have venomous glands and kill prey by crushing in over 140 metres of thread. Females grow up to 6 mm, males up to 4 mm. It has a dark gray prosom ...

                                               

Kecskemet Cathedral

Cathedral of the ascension is also called Kecskemet Cathedral is a religious building associated with the Catholic Church, located in Kecskemet, Hungary, is the Cathedral or an alternate Church of the Archdiocese of Kalocsa-kecskemét. It is dedic ...

                                               

Acalypta parvula

                                               

Acompocoris pygmaeus

Acompocoris pygmaeus is a species of minute pirate bug in the family W E. It is found in Europe and Northern Asia, and North America. This is due to pine.

                                               

Agnocoris rubicundus

                                               

Agrypon flaveolatum

Agrypon flaveolatum is a species of parasitoid wasp belonging to the family of Ichneumonidae described by Johann Ludwig Christian Gravenhorst in 1807. It is a parasite of the larvae of the winter moth, and are used in biological pest control to c ...

                                               

Aradus lugubris

                                               

Atractotomus magnicornis

These two subspecies belong to the species Atractotomus magnicornis: Knight Atractotomus magnicornis buenoi, 1923 I. Atractotomus magnicornis fallen, 1807 I. Data sources: I = ITIS C = "catalogue of life", g = GBIF, b = Bugguide.net

                                               

Blepharidopterus angulatus

Blepharidopterus Angulatus, black-kneed capsid, is a species of the plant bug family Miridae. It is found in North Africa, Eastern Europe across the Palearctic to Central Asia and North America.

                                               

Cercopis vulnerata

This species is present in most countries of Europe.

                                               

Chartoscirta elegantula

Chartoscirta elegantula Bank of Palearctic error is widely distributed in swamps or on river and lakes. Length of the adult is 3.5 to 4.0 mm. It is agile ambush predator of small invertebrates on earth or peat moss. The adults overwinter often fa ...

                                               

Chlamydatus pulicarius

                                               

Cyrtorhinus caricis

Cyrtorhinus caricis is a species of the plant bug family Miridae. It is found in Europe, except the extreme South and across the Palearctic to Siberia, China, Korea, Japan and North America.

                                               

Derephysia foliacea

Derephysia foliacea, in the foliaceous lace bug, is a species of lace bug in the family Tingidae. Its found in Africa, Europe and North Asia, and South Asia.

                                               

Galeatus spinifrons

                                               

Harpocera thoracica

Harpocera thoracica can reach lengths of about 6-6.4 mm 0.24–0.25 in males, 6.4–6.8 mm 0.25–0.27 in females. There is an apparent dimorphism between males and females of this species. Men show a more elongated body, longer legs and a distinctive ...

                                               

Leptopterna ferrugata

Leptopterna ferrugata is a species of plant bug family Miridae. It is found in Europe East to Siberia and South to the Northern Mediterranean and Asia Minor. This adventive species in North America.

                                               

Lopus decolor

Lopus photomontage is a species of beetle plant of the family Miridae. Its found in Africa, Europe and Northern Asia, North America and New Zealand.

                                               

Lygocoris rugicollis

Lygocoris rugicollis is a widespread, common form of bugs in the family Miridae. It feeds on a large variety of bushes and small trees, especially willow and to a lesser extent alder. It can be found throughout Europe, including the UK and Spain, ...

                                               

Mecomma ambulans

Mecomma ambulans is a species of bugs in the family Miridae which can be found across Europe and in the far North, and through the Palearctic to the Russian far East to China. Species pronotum black with brown wings and yellow feet, all of which ...

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