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Myrmecia picta

Myrmecia PICTA is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. It is native to Australia. Myrmecia PICTA is widespread throughout Australia. The length of the Myrmecia PICTA is around 13.5-14.5 mm in length. A large part of the body bla ...

                                               

Myrmecia piliventris

Myrmecia Piliventris is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. In Myrmecia piliventris is distributed widely in Australia, but they are not too common in the Western regions of Australia.

                                               

Myrmecia pyriformis

Myrmecia pyriformis, also known as bull ant or inch ant, is an Australian ant. Myrmecia pyriformis belongs to the Myrmecia genus. It is rich in many large cities of Australia, but mostly seen in Eastern States. The species has a resemblance to My ...

                                               

Myrmecia rufinodis

Myrmecia rufinodis is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. Their distribution in Australia can be commonly found in South Australia. He was described by Frederick Smith in 1858. The length of ...

                                               

Myrmecia simillima

Myrmecia simillima is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. Their distribution in Australia is massive on the coast and in the interior of New South Wales and Victoria. The average working ant ...

                                               

Myrmecia tarsata

Myrmecia Tarsata bull ant species, native to Australia. This species belongs to the genus Myrmecia. Their distribution is large, mainly around New South Wales and the Australian capital territory.

                                               

Myrmecia vindex

Myrmecia Vindex-species of Myrmecia, which is native to Australia. As a subgroup of the group of Myrmecia gulosa species of these ants are also known as the bull ant. In Myrmecia Vindex was collected and described by Frederick Smith in 1858.

                                               

Myrmicaria natalensis

Myrmicaria natalensis, commonly known as ANT droptail Natal, is one of ant species with a wide range in the Afrotropics. It was recorded from Guinea, ivory coast, Uganda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Mozambique, Angola, Namibia and ...

                                               

Neivamyrmex pilosus

Neivamyrmex pilosus grackle Smith, 1859. Neivamyrmex pilosus mandibularis Smith, 1942. Neivamyrmex pilosus Smith, 1858. Beebei Wheeler Neivamyrmex pilosus, 1921.

                                               

Odontomachus simillimus

                                               

Otites atripes

                                               

Phaonia atriceps

                                               

Pheidole antipodum

Pheidole antipodum-species of ants of the genus Pheidole. Known only from Australia, where the ants nest in dry areas in the soil or under stones. Little is known about their biology, but are assumed to be predators that specialize on certain ter ...

                                               

Pheidole fervens

Pheidole fervens is a species of ant in the subfamily Myrmicinae. Pheidole fervens, described from Singapore, is a widespread invasive species and could be native to the Oriental or the oceanic region.

                                               

Pheidole rugosa

                                               

Pinalitus approximatus

                                               

Plectroctena mandibularis

Plectroctena mandibularis is a large species of ant, which ranges from the Eastern Cape province, South Africa, through East Africa to Ethiopia. Their workers forage singly on the open countryside, and their colony size seldom exceeds 50 people. ...

                                               

Poecilominettia valida

                                               

Polistes japonicus

However, it is in the social paper WASP found in Japan. It was first described by Henri Louis frédéric de Saussure in 1858. It is closely related to formosanus, but. This species lives in small colonies with few workers and the foundress Queen. N ...

                                               

Polyrhachis tibialis

Polyrhachis tibialis Karavaeva robustior, 1927 – Indonesia. Polyrhachis tibialis crassisquama Forel, 1913 – Malaysia. Polyrhachis tibialis ADDAX Santschi, 1928 – Indonesia. Polyrhachis tibialis East karavaiev, 1927 – Indonesia. Polyrhachis tibial ...

                                               

Psaltoda pictibasis

Pictibasis Psaltoda, commonly known as "Black Friday", is one of the species of Cicada native to Queensland and New South Wales in Eastern Australia.

                                               

Pseudomyrmex ejectus

                                               

Sciocoris sideritidis

Sciocoris sideritidis-species of shield bugs belonging to the family Pentatomidae, subfamily Pentatominae. The head is quite distinctive and stretched with the Ante-ocular part is closer than in other species. Eyes prominent from the edge of the ...

                                               

Sphodromantis gastrica

Sphodromantis gastrica, common names African mantis or common green mantis, is a species of praying mantis from Africa. It averages 65-75 mm 2.6–3.0 in length of body, and has a very varied diet, hunting any prayer of reasonable size. Previously ...

                                               

Stenolemus spiniventris

                                               

Zavreliella marmorata

                                               

Beetles described in 1858

                                               

Butterflies described in 1858

                                               

Moths described in 1858

                                               

Bivalves described in 1858

                                               

Gastropods described in 1858

                                               

Boiga ceylonensis

Species can be identified from other members of the genus boiga in the following scalation and taxonomic characters. The anterior Palatine and mandibular teeth no more than on the rear positions. Eye shorter than the snout. The Rostral scale is b ...

                                               

Dibamus celebensis

                                               

Gehyra vorax

                                               

Pacific stump-toed gecko

Pacific stump-toed Gecko is a species of Gecko found in Roratonga, Tonga, Micronesia. He was synonymization with Gehyra mutilata many previous authors, but recently accepted as a valid species.

                                               

Myostola occidentalis

                                               

Potamotyphlus kaupii

                                               

Asterocheres lilljeborgi

Asterocheres Lilljeborgi is a species of copepods in the family Asterocheridae. It is located in the British Isles and in Scandinavia, where it is a semi-parasite of the stars. First described as Asterocheres lilljeborgi in 1859 Norwegian marine ...

                                               

Brown box crab

The brown box crab, Lopholithodes foraminatus, is a king crab that lives from Prince William sound, Alaska to San Diego, California. at depths 0-547 meters. Its carapace reaches a length of 150 mm, and feeds on bivalves and detritus. He often bur ...

                                               

Callinectes bellicosus

Callinectes bellicosus-a kind of swimming crab in the genus Callinectes. They are native to warm waters and shorelines in Mexico. They cook and eat in the same way as blue crabs.

                                               

Eoleptestheria ticinensis

                                               

Hapalogaster cavicauda

Hapalogaster cavicauda is flattened, crab-like crustaceans. It grows to a carapace width of 20 mm 0.79 inch and covered with bristles, hairs. Hair on the third maxilliped are used to filter plankton from the water, which the animal eats, along wi ...

                                               

Pachycheles rudis

                                               

Acropoma japonicum

Japonicum Acropoma in glowbelly, is a species of fish in the family Acropomatidae found in the Indo-West Pacific ocean. This is a benthopelagic fish predators with bioluminescent organ on its ventral surface. In glowbelly is an important food fis ...

                                               

Arius cous

Arius cous is a species of sea catfish in the family Ariidae. It has been described by Hyrtl Joseph in 1859. It is known from the Western Indian ocean, in the middle East.

                                               

California moray

California Moray a Moray eel of the family Muraenidae, found in the Eastern Pacific ocean North of Santa Barbara to Santa Maria Bay in California. They are the only types of Moray eels found in California, and one of the few examples of temperate ...

                                               

Chelmonops truncatus

Eastern Talma or truncate coralfish, is a species of butterfly fish in the genus Chelmonops endemic to Australia. It is omnivorous, feeds on small crustaceans, worms and filamentous algae. This fish species is a popular aquarium fish, which are h ...

                                               

Echidna xanthospilos

Echidna xanthospilos is a Moray eel found in the Western Pacific ocean, in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. It was first named Pieter Bleeker in 1859. Its common names include the yellow-spotted Moray eel and Skeletor.

                                               

Haemulon chrysargyreum

The Smallmouth grunt is a small fish that can reach a maximum length of 23 cm, but those are usually quite 17 see It has a laterally compressed body with a forked tail. Its background color is silver and five bronze-yellow horizontal lines at the ...

                                               

Large-scale whiting

Large-scale whiting is the only member of the genus Sillaginops, is a poorly understood species of coastal marine fish of the smelt - whiting family Sillaginidae. First described in 1859, a large-scale whiting is known to inhabit shallow waters a ...

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