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Elachiptera erythropleura

                                               

Eucerceris arenaria

                                               

Grossoseta pacifica

                                               

Isonychia tusculanensis

                                               

Lepidostoma hoodi

                                               

Megachile arnaui

                                               

Megachile psenopogoniaea

                                               

Megachile rubricrus

                                               

Muirodelphax atralabis

                                               

Neoperla mainensis

                                               

Neophylax splendens

                                               

Ocnaea sequoia

                                               

Paraneonetus multispinus

                                               

Perlesta nitida

                                               

Pterodontia notomaculata

                                               

Pterodontia westwoodi

                                               

Sigara virginiensis

                                               

Sigara washingtonensis

                                               

Trichadenotecnum alexanderae

                                               

Trichocorixa kanza

                                               

Yoraperla nigrisoma

                                               

Zeluroides americanus

These three subspecies are the same species Zeluroides americanus: Zeluroides americanus. Zeluroides americanus medianus lent and Wygodzinsky, 1959. Zeluroides americanus Colima lent and Wygodzinsky, 1959.

                                               

Zeridoneus knulli

                                               

Beetles described in 1948

                                               

Butterflies described in 1948

                                               

Moths described in 1948

                                               

Gastropods described in 1948

                                               

Clypeaster elongatus

Clypeaster elongatus is a species of sea urchins of the family Clypeasteridae. Their carapace covered with spikes. Clypeaster elongatus was first scientifically described in 1948 by Hubert Lyman Clark.

                                               

Brommella

As of may 2019 contains twenty-two species: 2017 yizhouensis Brommella Li, China. 2017 baiseensis Brommella Li, China. Brommella lactea Chamberlin & Gertsch 1958, USA. 2017 resima Brommella Li, China. 2017 sejuncta Brommella Li, China. 2017 josep ...

                                               

Lomaita

Lomaita is monotypic Caribbean dwarf spiders, containing one species, Lomaita darlingtoni. It was first described by B. E. Bryant in 1948, and has been found in the Dominican Republic.

                                               

Ozyptila maculosa

                                               

Phantyna

As of may 2019 contains fourteen types: Estebanensis Phantyna Simon, 1906 – Venezuela. Phantyna segregata Gertsch & Mulaik, 1936 – USA, Mexico. Phantyna banks sensing, 1924 – Ecuador Galapagos. Phantyna varyna Chamberlin & Gertsch 1958, USA, Mexi ...

                                               

Tivyna

As of may 2019 contains four species: Tivyna moaba Ivie, 1947 – USA. Spatula Tivyna Gertsch & Davis, 1937, the United States, Mexico, Cuba, Bahama is. Tivyna petrunkevitchi Gertsch & Mulaik, 1940 – USA. Tivyna pale Keyserling, 1887 type – USA.

                                               

Trujillina

Trujillina is a genus of wandering spiders of the Caribbean first described by B. E. Bryant in 1948. As of April 2019 contains only three species in Haiti and Puerto Rico: T. hursti, T. isolata, and T. spinipes.

                                               

Zodarion nigrifemur

                                               

Acanthobrama orontis

                                               

Acentronura breviperula

Acentronura breviperula, also known as shortpouch pygmy pipehorse, dwarf pipehorse and North little pipehorse, is a species of pygmy pipehorse, a member of the family Syngnathidae, seahorses and needle-shaped. Found in the Indo-Pacific region fro ...

                                               

Gymnothorax angusticeps

Gymnothorax angusticeps is a Moray eel found in the Southeast Pacific ocean, around Peru. It was first named by Hildebrand and Barton in 1949. This is colloquially known as the wrinkled seas.

                                               

Johnston snake eel

Johnston snake eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by Leonard Peter Schultz, Lauren and the floor of the forest in 1949. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known from the Indo-Pacific region, including the Chagos Islands, Hawaii, ...

                                               

Philippines worm eel

Philippines worm eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by Leonard Peter Schultz, Lauren and the floor of the forest in 1949. It is a marine, tropical eel which is known in the Philippines, in the Western part of the Pacific ocean. It i ...

                                               

Protomyctophum bolini

                                               

Agnocoris reclairei

                                               

Arthropeina fulva

                                               

Ashmeadiella rubrella

                                               

Bactrocera brunnea

                                               

Callomyia corvina

                                               

Chirosia filicis

                                               

Chirosia pusillans

                                               

Chrysops atlanticus

                                               

Chrysops celatus

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