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Beetles described in 1901

                                               

Butterflies described in 1901

                                               

Moths described in 1901

                                               

Costa Rican cougar

                                               

Lucina amiantus

Lucina amiantus, or decorated Lusine, this is a kind of bivalve mollusc in the family Lucinidae. It can be found along the Atlantic coast of North America, ranging from North Carolina to the West Indies and Brazil.

                                               

Mitromorpha panaulax

                                               

Gastropods described in 1901

                                               

Cryptoblepharus virgatus

Cryptoblepharus virgatus, also known as the striped snake-eyed skink cream-striped shinning-skink wall skink fence or snake-eyed skink is often found in southern and Eastern Australia. It is an active little lizard, and if threatened will often p ...

                                               

Enigmatic gecko

                                               

Nigeria leaf-toed gecko

                                               

Togo fan-footed gecko

                                               

Trachydactylus spatalurus

Trachydactylus spatalurus, spacious or long-legged Gecko banded ground Gecko, is a species of lizard in the family Gekkonidae. He is in Oman and Yemen.

                                               

Araegeus

Araegeus-an African genus of jumping spiders, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1901. As of June 2019 it contains only two species, found only in Africa: A. fornasinii and A. mimicus.

                                               

Arasia

ARASIA is a genus of the South Pacific ocean spiders, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1901. As of June 2019 it contains only three species, found only in Australia and Papua New Guinea: A. the eucalypts, A. mollicoma, A. impost.

                                               

Atelurius

Atelurius is a monotypic genus of South American jumping spiders containing a single species, Atelurius segmentatus. It was first described by Louis Eugene Simon in 1901, and is only found in Brazil and Venezuela.

                                               

Bagheera prosper

Bagheera prosper-view of the jumping spiders of the family Salticidae found in the United States and Mexico. The species was described by Peckham & Peckham in 1901. The male has long, parallel chelicerae and large spiral embolus on the side of th ...

                                               

Beata pernix

Beata pernix was first described by George and Elizabeth Peckham in 1901, as Dendryphantes pernix. He was transferred to the genus Beata eugène Simon in 1903.

                                               

Cantuaria dendyi

Cantuaria Dendyi is a species of tarantula in the family Idiopidae. It can be found in the South island of New Zealand and is limited to Christchurch and the area of the banks Peninsula.

                                               

Catacercus

Catacercus is a monotypic genus of South American dwarf spiders containing a single species, Catacercus fuegianus. It was first described by Alfred Frank Millidge in 1985, and was found in Chile.

                                               

Cerionesta

Cerionesta is a genus of jumping spiders, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1901. As of June 2019 it contains only two species, found only on the windward Islands and Galapagos island: S. luteola and S. Pacifica.

                                               

Cheliferoides segmentatus

                                               

Chinoscopus

As at June 2019 contains four species, found only in South America, Panama, and Trinidad: Chinoscopus ernsti Simon, 1900 – Venezuela. Chinoscopus Taczanowski 1872 slim type – Ecuador, Brazil, French Guiana. Chinoscopus maculipes crane, 1943 Trini ...

                                               

Clynotis

Clynotis is a genus of spiders in the family Salticidae, or spiders contained in Marpissinae subfamily. They are found throughout Australia and New Zealand, with some species occupy Auckland Islands and one found exclusively on the island, the sn ...

                                               

Cupiennius foliatus

                                               

Cylistella

As at June 2019 contains seven species found in Panama, Costa Rica, Brazil and Mexico: Cylistella fulva Chickering, 1946 – Panama. Cylistella hotel Castanea Petrunkevitch, 1925 Panama. Cylistella scarabaeoides O. Pickard-Cambridge, 1894 – Mexico, ...

                                               

Druzia

Druzia is a monotypic Brazilian genus of jumping spiders, containing a single species, Druzia flavostriata. It was first described by G. R. S. Ruiz & Antonio Domingos Brescovit in 2013, and you can only find in Brazil.

                                               

Echinussa

Echinussa-Madagascan genus of jumping spiders, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1901. As of June 2019 it contains only three species, found only on Madagascar: E. imerinensis, E. praedatoria, and vibrabunda E.

                                               

Ferrieria

Ferrieria is a genus of South American spiders anyphaenid bag containing one species, Ferrieria echinata. It was first described by albert Tullgren in 1901 and was only discovered in Chile and Argentina.

                                               

Festucula

As at June 2019 contains eight species are found only in Africa and Israel: Festucula Haddadi Azarkina & Foord, 2014 – South Africa. Festucula leroyae Azarkina & Foord, 2014 – Botswana, South Africa. Festucula lawrencei Lessert, 1933 – Angola. Fe ...

                                               

Habronattus brunneus

                                               

Habronattus carolinensis

                                               

Habronattus cognatus

                                               

Habronattus elegans

                                               

Habronattus festus

                                               

Habronattus klauseri

                                               

Habronattus sabulosus

                                               

Habronattus tranquillus

                                               

Harpactira pulchripes

Harpactira pulchripes is bright yellow and deep blue metallic legged tarantula found in South Africa. This is a very necessary tarantula in European and American accounting tarantula hobby.

                                               

Helvetia semialba

                                               

Herpyllus cockerelli

                                               

Laminacauda plagiata

                                               

Langona manicata

                                               

Latouchia swinhoei

Latouchia swinhoei is a spider of the family Halonoproctidae found in Okinawa and the Ryukyu Islands. Spider was thriving in the places they were found.

                                               

Maratus vespertilio

Maratus Vespertilio is a species of the genus Maratus, the Australian member of the family spider jumps. Males to expand their colorful flaps of the abdominal cavity to demonstrate during courtship, as well as in contests with other males.

                                               

Metaphidippus manni

                                               

Mexigonus minutus

                                               

Modunda

Modunda is a genus of jumping spiders, which was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1901. As of July 2019 contains only three species, found only in Asia and southern Africa: aeneiceps M., M. East, M. staintoni.

                                               

Modunda aeneiceps

Mountain Smooth gear spider, is a species of spiders of the genus Modunda. It is found only in China and Sri Lanka.

                                               

Naubolus

As of July 2019 contains nine species, found in Paraguay, Argentina, Guyana, Brazil: Naubolus tristis Mello-the-Leitão, 1922 – Brazil. Naubolus trifasciatus Mello-leitão a, 1927 – Brazil. Naubolus sawayai Soares & Camargo, 1948 – Brazil. Naubolus ...

                                               

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