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Dinera ferina

Of dinera Ferina is a species of fly in the family Tachinidae. In June 2018, Bulletin of insectology wrote that Dinera Ferina was "confirmed parasitic larvae of two species of Platycerus Italian, Platycerus caprea and Platycerus caraboides".

                                               

Dinera grisescens

                                               

Dolichoderus spinicollis

Dolichoderus spinicollis-species of ants of the genus Dolichoderus. Described by Pierre andré Latreille in 1817, this species is endemic to Brazil and Venezuela.

                                               

Eristalis anthophorina

                                               

Euschistus obscurus

Euschistus obscurus as a species, pale-lined stink bug, is a species of stink bug in the family Pentatomidae. It is located in the Caribbean, Central America and North America.

                                               

Euschistus variolarius

Euschistus variolarius, one-spotted stink bug, is a species of stink bug in the family Pentatomidae. It is located in the Caribbean sea and North America.

                                               

Fannia lepida

Fannia Lepidus is a species of fly in the family Fanniidae. This species is smaller and slimmer than the house Fly, Musca domestic, and similar in appearance to small flying house, Fannia canicularis. It is found in the Palearctic. For identifica ...

                                               

Hybomitra lurida

Hybomitra lurida-horse-fly in the Genus Hybomitra. It is a large fly, between 12-15 millimeters. It is found throughout Northern Europe. Adult flies can fly in summer, from may to June. They prefer open landscapes, forests and mountains. They usu ...

                                               

Megachile albisecta

Albisecta species Megachile leafcutter bees in the family Megachilidae. This species is present in southern Europe, in Eastern Palearctic ecozone and North Africa.

                                               

Mintho rufiventris

                                               

Muscina stabulans

                                               

Nemotelus nigrinus

A small species of 4.0 to 4.8.mm. Cubital vein R 4 5 unforked. Body all black, without pale pattern on the forehead without any white spots.Distance from base of antennae to tip of nose is greater than the distance from the antennal base to the b ...

                                               

Orthonevra nobilis

External image for terms see morphology of Diptera wing length 4-5 75 mm. White marks on the narrow face is pointing down. Pterostigm dark brown or black. Antennomere 3 pointed female tergite 5 with a small slit at the rear edge. van der exact fi ...

                                               

Oxycera pygmaea

Body length 3.0 to 4.0 mm. of pronotum Punctate, with appressed gray hairs.Men and women black with yellow shoulders, yellow margin notopleural, and small yellow spots on postalar calli.

                                               

Pegomya bicolor

                                               

Phaenopsectra punctipes

                                               

Phaonia incana

                                               

Romalea

Romalea is a genus of grasshoppers native to the southeastern and South-Central United States. It is monotypic with one species, Romalea microptera, commonly known as the East course grasshopper Florida lubber, FL and the exchange grasshopper. Th ...

                                               

Sigara dorsalis

                                               

Sigara fossarum

                                               

Sigara lateralis

                                               

Sigara stagnalis

                                               

Tenthredo moniliata

These sawflies are present in most European countries and in Eastern Palearctic ecozone. They usually occur in areas with a humid climate, especially bogs, swamps and ponds.

                                               

Thelaira nigripes

Thelaira nigripes is a species of fly in the family Tachinidae first described by Carl Fredrik fell down in 1817. He is a parasite of moths, such as Arctiс Kakha, laying its eggs in the larvae, which ultimately kill the host.

                                               

Thricops diaphanus

                                               

Thricops semicinereus

                                               

Tipula pruinosa

                                               

Verrallia aucta

                                               

Beetles described in 1817

                                               

Butterflies described in 1817

                                               

Moths described in 1817

                                               

Bivalves described in 1817

                                               

Cephalopods described in 1817

                                               

Gastropods described in 1817

                                               

Alopecosa accentuata

Alopecosa accentuata-a kind of wolf spider found in open habitats throughout continental Europe, said the distribution of the Palearctic. The female has a body length up to 12 mm, the males are somewhat smaller, up to 9 mm. Some sources have the ...

                                               

Old Cathedral of St. Joseph, Trinidad and Tobago

Old St. Josephs Cathedral or just the Duomo of St. Josephs Cathedral is a religious building which is a branch of the Catholic Church and is located on the street Abercromby from the city of St. Joseph, part of the Tunapuna–Piarco region in the N ...

                                               

Cinereous tit

The black tit is a species of bird in the tit family paridae. This species consists of several populations that were earlier treated as a subspecies of the great tit. These birds are grey backed with white underside. Great tit in the new sense di ...

                                               

Americorchestia longicornis

                                               

Arenaeus cribrarius

The speckled swimming crab feeds mainly on detritus, and also recorded in the food of fish, shellfish and other crustaceans. They ambush prey that come near their buried bodies. Speckled swimming crabs have been documented taking sea turtles Chic ...

                                               

Gammarus mucronatus

Gammarus mucronatus is a type of Scud in the family Gammaridae. It is located on the shores of the North American Atlantic coast and the Gulf of Mexico. Gammarus Mucronatus has diversified diet: this is a detritivore, but also feeds on microscopi ...

                                               

Littorophiloscia vittata

                                               

Ocypode cordimanus

Ocypode Cordimanus is a species of crabs in the family Ocypodidae, sometimes called the smooth-handed Ghost crab. It is widely distributed in the Indian ocean and the Pacific ocean.

                                               

Sphaeroma quadridentatum

                                               

Ogcocephalus radiatus

Ogcocephalus radiatus polka-dot or shaman is swept fish in the family Ogcocephalidae with long thin tail. It is dorso-ventral flattened, round pectoral fins that sit flat on the bottom of the sea. It uses its pectoral fins and pelvic fins to "wal ...

                                               

Piaractus brachypomus

Piaractus brachypomus, pirapitinga in large view Pak, a close relative of piranhas and silver dollars, in a family of serrasalmid. It is native to the Amazon basin in tropical South America, but in the past included population in Orinoco, describ ...

                                               

Aedes cinereus

Total mosquitoes Aedes cinereus series in North America and Europe. Covering the major part of Canada, Alaska and Northern USA, in the European countries Belgium, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

                                               

Bibio clavipes

                                               

Bibio lanigerus

                                               

Boletina trivittata

Boletina trivittata is a Palearctic species of Fungus gnat in the family Mycetophilidae. Representatives of this genus occur in a variety of habitats from forest streams, swamps and marshland. Adults were obtained in the emergence traps in a vari ...

                                               

Boreoclytocerus ocellaris

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