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Hybauchenidium gibbosum

                                               

Hybosida

As at June 2019 contains four species, found only in Africa: Hybosida scabra Simon and Fage, 1922, in East Africa. Hybosida dauban a paysite, 1979 – VA. Hybosida lesserti Berland, 1920, in East Africa. Hybosida Lucida Simon, 1898 type – Seychelles.

                                               

Latrodectus elegans

Latrodectus elegans is a species of Black Widow found in India and East Asia. It was first collected in the mountains of CEB Karin in Burma, but is also found in India, China and Japan.

                                               

Lycosa dacica

Lycosa of dacica is a type of wolf spider found in Romania. It was first described to Pavesich in 1898. According to the catalogue of life species of Lycosa dacica has no subspecies.

                                               

Maypacius

As at June 2019 contains nine species, found only in Africa: Maypacius kaestneri Roewer, 1955 – West Central Africa. Maypacius petrunkevitchi Lessert, 1933 – Angola, Rwanda. Maypacius roeweri Blandin, 1975 – Congo. Maypacius curiosus Blandin, 197 ...

                                               

Mazax

As of April 2019 contains seven species from South America and the Caribbean: Mazax Xerxes Reiskind, 1969 – Costa Rica. Mazax Reiskind Ajax, 1969 – Mexico. Mazax ramirezi Rubio & Danisman, 2014 – Argentina. Mazax pax Reiskind, 1969 type – USA to ...

                                               

Melpomene elegans

                                               

Metazygia zilloides

Metazygia zilloides is a type of ORB weaver in the family Araneidae spider. He is in the USA and range from the Caribbean sea in Honduras.

                                               

Micrathena funebris

                                               

Microdrassus

Microdrassus is a monotypic genus from Eastern Africa terrestrial spiders, containing a single species, inaudax Microdrassus. It was first described by R. De Dalmas in 1919, and was discovered only in the Seychelles.

                                               

Misumenops nepenthicola

Misumenops nepenthicola is a species of spider-crab. He lives inside the jar a number of lowland Nepenthes pitcher plants in Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. As such, it is classified as nepenthephile. They are slow spiders which do not activel ...

                                               

Neoholothele incei

Neoholothele incei is a species of tarantula from Trinidad and Venezuela, usually referred to as the Trinidad olive tarantula. When Mature the species has a leg span of more than 5-7.5 see As often happens with tarantulas, the females live longer ...

                                               

Pisaurina

Pisaurina is a genus nursery web spiders, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1898. He likes to live in green areas, such as meadows, bushes, or tall grass, preferring the warm and tropical regions to settle and multiply.

                                               

Rothus

Rothus is a genus nursery web spiders, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1898. As of June 2019 it contains only three species, found only in Africa and Israel: P. aethiopicus, P. ka, P. vittatus.

                                               

Sason sechellanum

                                               

Schaenicoscelis

As at June 2019 contains seven species found only in Guyana and Brazil: Schaenicoscelis of Caporiacco guianensis, 1947 – Guyana. Schaenicoscelis viridis Mello-leitão a, 1927 – Brazil. Schaenicoscelis one coloring Simon, 1898 – Brazil. Schaenicosc ...

                                               

Schaenicoscelis elegans

                                               

Sosippus californicus

                                               

Sosippus floridanus

                                               

Steatoda punctulata

                                               

Tapinillus

Tapinillus is a genus of lynx spiders, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1898. As at June 2019 contains only three species, found only in South America, Panama and Costa Rica: T. longipes, T. purpuratus and T. roseisterni.

                                               

Tapinothele

Tapinothele is monotypic nursery web spiders containing a single species, Tapinothele astuta. It was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1898, and is found only in the Zanzibar archipelago.

                                               

Uloborus diversus

                                               

Zoica puellula

                                               

Cathedral Basilica of the Holy Family, Czestochowa

Holy Family Cathedral is also called Cathedral of częstochowa-the religious building associated with the Catholic Church and was built in neo-Gothic style, it is a three-nave Church after the Roman or Latin rite and is located at krakivska street ...

                                               

Sanctuary of the Beata Vergine di Lourdes

The sanctuary of the Beata Vergine Di Lourdes is located in a neoclassical style, Roman Catholic Church, a sanctuary dedicated to the virgin Mary, located at via don A. Barigazzi #3, frazione Montericco, outside the city of Albinea, province of R ...

                                               

Chūō-ku, Sapporo

Chuo-ku is one of the ten wards in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Chuo-ku means "Central building" in Japanese. The city administration and entertainment facilities are concentrated in this ward.

                                               

Higashi-ku, Sapporo

Higashi-ku is one of the 10 wards in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. This is directly translated as "East building," and is bordered in kita-ku, Chuo-ku, Shiroishi-ku, Ebetsu, Tobetsu.

                                               

Kiyota-ku, Sapporo

Kiyota-ku, Sapporo is one of the 10 wards in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. It translates as "pure" or "clean" for "高清" and "field" for "田". The chamber was separated from Toyohira-ku on November 4, 1997.

                                               

Minami-ku, Sapporo

Minami-ku is one of the 10 wards in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Minami-ku directly translates as "South ward". Area of 657.23 km2, Minami-ku occupies 60% of the area of the city.

                                               

Nishi-ku, Sapporo

Nishi ward of Sapporo composed of residential neighborhoods mostly located in the model grid, with some areas of farmland and forested mountainous terrain mostly in Western and southern region. It is located in the Western part of Sapporo city an ...

                                               

Teine-ku, Sapporo

Teine-Ku is one of the 10 wards in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. The office is located in the North-Western part of the city, which borders with three other wards in Sapporo and two cities. This area was created as one of the wards in Sapporo in 1989 ...

                                               

Toyohira-ku, Sapporo

Toyohira-ku is one of the 10 wards in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. The chamber was established in 1972 when the Sapporo Olympics was held in Sapporo. Four other wards in Sapporo are limited to Toyohira-ku. As of 1 April 2012, the ward population 214 ...

                                               

Chūō-ku, Sapporo

                                               

Higashi-ku, Sapporo

                                               

Kita-ku, Sapporo

                                               

Minami-ku, Sapporo

                                               

Teine-ku, Sapporo

                                               

Toyohira-ku, Sapporo

                                               

Academics of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

                                               

Enggano hill myna

In the Enggano hill Myna or Enggano Myna is a member of the Starling family. It is an endemic resident of Enggano island, off South-West Sumatra.

                                               

Fanti drongo

On the Drongo Fanti is a species of bird in the family Dicruridae. It is found in Tropical Africa from Sierra Leone in the South-West of Nigeria. In Drongo Fanti was described by American ornithologist Harry C. Oberholser in 1899 of the sample co ...

                                               

Jacksons pipit

Jacksons Pipit is a rare and little-known African bird of the Sparrow and Wagtail family. It occurs in mountain meadows, the transition at lower elevations, in the Central-Eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and southern Uganda. ...

                                               

Placid greenbul

Calm greenbul is a species of songbird in the Bulbul family, Pycnonotidae. It is found in Eastern Africa from Kenya through Eastern Tanzania to northeastern Zambia, Malawi and northwestern Mozambique. In Taita hills, habitat features associated w ...

                                               

Acartia ensifera

Acartia ensifera is a species of marine copepod belonging to the family Acartiidae. The copepod is slender, about 0.8–0.9 mm in length, with fairly long caudal Rami. He was found off the coast of New Zealand.

                                               

Avocettina bowersii

Avocettina bowersii is an eel in the family Nemichthyidae. He was described by Samuel Garman in 1899. It is a marine, deep-water dwelling eel which is known from California, USA, Peru and Chile. It lives at a depth of 92-641 meters, although the ...

                                               

Bald sculpin

Bald sculpin is a species of goby native to the Eastern Pacific ocean, ranging from coastal Oregon and Baja California. Individuals reach up to 13 cm in length, and commonly found in tidepools.

                                               

Chapala chub

                                               

Death-banded snake-eel

Death-banded snake-eel, the eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by Samuel Garman in 1899. It is a tropical, marine eel which is known from East, Central and South-Eastern Pacific ocean, including Central California, Colombia, Costa R ...

                                               

Facciolella gilbertii

Gilbertii Facciolella, commonly known as the dogface witch-eel is an eel in the family Nettastomatidae. He was described by Samuel Garman in 1899. It is a marine, deep-water dwelling eel which is known from the Eastern Pacific ocean, including Ca ...

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