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Agyneta gulosa

                                               

Aliatypus californicus

                                               

Anyphaena fraterna

                                               

Anyphaena pacifica

                                               

Avicularia variegata

A valuable contribution to the study variegata is a species of spider in the family Theraphosidae found in Venezuela and Brazil. Previously described as a valuable contribution to the study a valuable contribution to the study of variegata, a syn ...

                                               

Avitus (spider)

As at June 2019 contains six species found in Brazil, Panama, Argentina, and the greater Antilles: Avitus taylori Peckham & Peckham, 1901 – Jamaica. Avitus Longidens Simon, 1901 – Argentina. Avitus diolenii Peckham & Peckham, 1896 type – Panama. ...

                                               

Bagheera (spider)

Bagira is a genus of jumping spiders within the family Salticidae and the Dendryphantinae subfamily. The genus was first described by George Peckham and Elizabeth Peckham in 1896. The name comes from Bagheera, a character from the Jungle Book by ...

                                               

Bassaniana floridana

                                               

Callilepis pluto

                                               

Calymmaria californica

                                               

Chapoda

As at June 2019 includes thirteen species, found in Central America, Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador and Mexico: Angusta Chapoda Zhang & Maddison, 2012 – Ecuador. Chapoda panamana Chickering, 1946 – Panama, Colombia. Chapoda Gaitan Galvis, 2016 – Colum ...

                                               

Chira (spider)

Chira is a genus of jumping spiders, which was first described by George Peckham and Elizabeth Peckham in 1896. Currently named after the Rio Chira river in Peru, but Peckhams originally called the genus of the Shire, subsequently corrected Eugen ...

                                               

Clubiona moesta

                                               

Clubiona pacifica

                                               

Cryptachaea porteri

Cryptachaea Porteri is a species of spiders web in the Theridiidae family. It ranges from the U.S. to Panama and the Caribbean sea.

                                               

Dirksia cinctipes

                                               

Drassyllus niger

                                               

Eilica bicolor

                                               

Florinda coccinea

                                               

Gnaphosa parvula

                                               

Grammonota gigas

                                               

Grammonota maculata

                                               

Harmonicon (spider)

As of may 2019 contains four species: Harmonicon rufescens F. O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1896 type – Brazil. Harmonicon audeae maréchal & Marty, 1998 – French Guiana. Harmonicon Cerberus Pedroso & Baptista, 2014 – Brazil. Harmonicon oiapoqueae Drolsha ...

                                               

Lupettiana mordax

                                               

Mecaphesa californica

                                               

Misumenops bellulus

                                               

Nagaina

Nagaina is a genus of jumping spiders, which was first described by George and Elizabeth Peckham in 1896. The name is derived from Nagaina, a character from Rudyard Kiplings Rikki-Tikki-Tavi. Other salticid genera with names of the characters inc ...

                                               

Nodocion floridanus

                                               

Oedothorax trilobatus

                                               

Pachomius (spider)

Pachomius is a genus of jumping spiders, which was first described by George and Elizabeth Peckham in 1896. Uspachia were United in the genus Romitia in 2007, and all nine species were combined in Pachomius in 2015. The name is derived from Pacho ...

                                               

Parnaenus

Parnaenus is a genus of jumping spiders, which was first described by George and Elizabeth Peckham in 1896. As of the August 2019 contains only three species, found only in South America, El Salvador and Guatemala: P. cuspidatus, P. cyanidens, P. ...

                                               

Phidippus carneus

                                               

Pholcophora americana

                                               

Rhomphaea projiciens

Rhomphaea projiciens is a type of web spiders in the Theridiidae family. It is in the range from USA to Argentina, and was introduced in India.

                                               

Scotinotylus alpinus

Scotinotylus alpinus is a species of sheet Weaver found in Canada, Greenland, Mongolia, Russia and the United States. He was described by banks in 1896.

                                               

Selenyphantes

Selenyphantes is monotypic sheet weavers, containing a single species, Selenyphantes longispinosus. It was first described by Karl Eduard Adolph Gerstaecker & L. I. Davis in 1946, and was only discovered in Guatemala and Mexico.

                                               

Septentrinna bicalcarata

                                               

Synema viridans

                                               

Teudis

As of April 2019 contains twenty-seven species: Teudis gastrotaeniatus Mello-leitão a, 1944 – Argentina. Teudis recentissimus Keyserling, 1891 – Brazil. Teudis cambridgei Chickering, 1940 – Panama. Teudis morenus Mello-leitão a, 1941 – Argentina. ...

                                               

Wubana pacifica

                                               

Zygoballus remotus

Zygoballus remotus is a species of jumping spider which occurs in Guatemala. It was first described by the arachnologists George and Elizabeth Peckham in 1896.

                                               

Church of the Transfiguration, Buffalo

Transfiguration Church is a building in the Gothic Revival style in Buffalo, new York, on the corner of mills and Sycamore street. He was saved from demolition by a private company in 1994 with the promise of updates, although it still remains al ...

                                               

Yellow-browed seedeater

Yellow-browed seedeater is a species of Finch in the Fringillidae family. He is in Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia. Yellow-browed seedeater was previously placed in the genus serinus, but phylogenetic analysis using mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequ ...

                                               

Metacarcinus anthonyi

Metacarcinus anthonyi occurs from Magdalena Bay, Baja California North to Humboldt Bay in Northern California, although it is rare North of San Pedro. He lives in rocky areas at depths of up to 132 m 433 feet. The young live only in the intertida ...

                                               

Palaemon capensis

Palaemon capensis is a species of shrimp of the family Palaemonidae. It is endemic to the Eastern Cape province of South Africa where it lives in fresh and brackish water.

                                               

Acromycter alcocki

Acromycter alcocki is an eel in the family barbatus. He was described by Charles Henry Gilbert and Frank Cramer in 1897, originally under the genus Promyllantor. It is a marine, deep-water dwelling eel which is known from the Hawaiian Islands, in ...

                                               

Arrowtooth grenadier

Grenadier arrowtooth is a species of rattail. This deep-sea fish found at a depth of 950 m. it was Originally recorded in the waters around Hawaii, but recently has also been recorded near Taiwan, which suggests it has a much wider distribution t ...

                                               

Bathycongrus aequoreus

Bathycongrus aequoreus is an eel in the family barbatus. He was described by Charles Henry Gilbert and Frank Cramer in 1897, originally under the genus Congermuraena. It is a marine, deep-water dwelling eel which is known from the Hawaiian Island ...

                                               

Littoral cusk

Coastal cusk is a species of viviparous brotula are known from shallow reefs off the coast of Eastern Australia. This species grows to a length of 5 cm SL. This is the only species in its genus.

                                               

Redfin worm-eel

Redfin worm eel-eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by James Douglas Ogilby in 1897, originally under the genus Myropterura. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the Indo-Pacific region and South-East Atlantic ocean, incl ...

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