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Atlas pied flycatcher

Atlas pied Flycatcher or Atlas Flycatcher is a bird in the Old World Flycatcher family, one of the four species of Western Palearctic black and white flycatchers, it is endemic to like nesting in North-West Africa. He was formerly regarded as a r ...


Cape white-eye

There are two subspecies: Z. V. virens Sundevall, 1850 – Eastern and South-Eastern Botswana, the Eastern and Northern part of South Africa, in Swaziland and adjacent South-Western Mozambique. Z. V. capensis Sundevall, 1850 – southwest of South Af ...



Chalcopsitta is a genus of parrot in the Psittaculidae family, and the subfamily Loriinae. All three species are native to New Guinea and Western coastal Islands. In the name Chalcopsitta is derived from the Greek khalkos meaning bronze and psitt ...


House bunting

The house Bunting is a passerine bird in the Bunting family Emberizidae. It is a resident breeder of dry country from northwestern Africa from Morocco to Mali, the South and East of Chad. In Morocco, the species has expanded from the Atlas mounta ...


Awaous stamineus

Kidney tea Awaous is a type of bull native to the Hawaiian Islands. It is considered as a synonym of Awaous guamensis but recent work based on morphological and genetic differences recognized Hawaiian population differs. Consequently, Hawaiian Aw ...


Clouded lizardfish

Smoky aerogrow are known to eat other fish. They view that the camouflage to wait for prey. Sometimes they raised their heads out of the sand. Also says that they have one or two lines of teeth in the jaw.


Gadiculus argenteus

Gadiculus argenteus, or silver pout, is a species of cod lives in the North-East Atlantic. It grows to about 15 cm long and is of little importance to local commercial fisheries, it is enough to use as live bait. Gadiculus argenteus was until rec ...


Stephanolepis cirrhifer

Stephanolepis cirrhifer, commonly known as thread-Sail filefish, is a species of marine fish in the family Monacanthidae. It is located in the Western part of the Pacific ocean, in an area that ranged from Northern Japan to the East China sea, Ko ...


Arhaphe carolina


Ceuthophilus gracilipes

Ceuthophilus gracilipes, slender legs of a camel cricket, is a species of camel cricket in the family Rhaphidophoridae. It is found in North America.


Chrysops ater


Chrysops excitans


Cicadetta calliope

These two subspecies are the same species Cicadetta calliope: Cicadetta Calliope Floridensis Davis, 1920. Cicadetta calliope Walker, 1850.


Diceroprocta biconica


Diceroprocta olympusa


Diceroprocta viridifascia

Diceroprocta viridifascia, usually known as the salt marsh Cicada, or coast, is one of the species of Cicada in the family Cicadidae. It is found in North America.


Eurymela fenestrata

Eurymela fenestrata, known commonly as the common jassid and sometimes as large treehopper gum, is a species of leafhoppers feel mainland Australia.


Geocrypta galii


Hudsonian whiteface

In the Hudsonian wool is a species of dragonfly in the family Libellulidae. Its common name comes from where it is, Hudson Bay.


Laphria lata


Lasius alienus

Lasius alienus, or Cornfield ant, is a species of ants in the subfamily Formicinae. Workers have a length of about 2-4 mm, uterine larger.


Lepinotus inquilinus

Lepinotus inquilinus-a kind of granary booklouse in the family Trogiidae. Its found in Africa, Australia, Europe and Northern Asia, Central America, North America, Oceania and South Asia.


Megalonotus praetextatus

This species is present in most countries of Europe. It can be found from North Africa across the Mediterranean sea to the South of Scandinavia and the British Isles. In the East, the range extends from southeastern Europe and Asia Minor through ...


Megaphorus clausicellus


Meimuna opalifera

Meimuna opalifera, also called walkers Cicada and known in Japan as tsuku-tsuku-boushi for his songs, Cicada. In Japan it comes out in July and I havent since about October.


Meomyia sericans

Meomyia sericans is a large species of fly in the family Bombyliidae. Australian flying insect with black and white hairs on the abdomen with a gray chest. In probiscis long and thin. The wings look a little tinted. In October, they can see flyin ...


Nemotelus albirostris


Poecilimon ornatus

Poecilimon ornatus is a species belonging to the family Tettigoniidae subfamily Phaneropterinae. It is endemic to Austria, Italy, Albania, the Balkans, Bulgaria, and Greece


Psaltoda plaga

Psaltoda plaga-species of Cicada native to Eastern Australia, from Maryborough in Central Queensland to Bega in southern New South Wales. Adult cicadas appear during the summer and live in forested areas near bodies of water. Predominantly black ...


Pseudomyrmex triplarinus

Pseudomyrmex triplarinus is a poisonous species of ant that lives in symbiosis with the Triplaris genus of trees, including South American species, T. Americana, T. cumingiama and felipensis. The ant protects the tree from predation by other inse ...


Purana tigrina

Purana tigrina is a species of Cicada in the genus Purana is found in Southeast Asia. It was described from Malabar in South India. This is a common species in the Malay Peninsula and on the island of Bunguran in the South China sea. The body len ...


Ramburs forktail

Ramburs gnats a member of the damselfly family Coenagrionidae. Males are green with blue on abdominal segments 8 and 9. Females are orange-red, olive green or similar to males in coloration. This is the most common new world Ischnura occurring th ...


Stenomacra marginella


Tabanus conterminus


Tabanus fuscopunctatus


Temnothorax nylanderi

Temnothorax nylanderi-species of ants of the genus Temnothorax. The species is found in Western Europe. It was first described by Forster on the basis of a male from Germany.


Trialeurodes abutiloneus

Trialeurodes Abutiloneus or banded wing whitefly-a species of whitefly Trialeurodes first described by Haldeman in 1850. T. Abutiloneus plant pests and carriers of abutilon yellow virus and Sweet Potato chlorotic stunt virus.


Beetles described in 1850


Butterflies described in 1850


Moths described in 1850


Caspian red deer

The Caspian Red deer is one of the easternmost subspecies of red deer that is native to areas between the Black sea and the Caspian sea in particular, in the Crimea, Asia Minor, the Caucasus mountains region on the border of Europe and Asia, and ...


Bivalves described in 1850


Gastropods described in 1850


Stenodactylus mauritanicus


Bowl and doily spider

Bowl and doily spider is a species of sheet Weaver in North and Central America. It is a small spider, about 4 mm long, that weaves a fairly complex sheet web system consisting of an inverted dome in the form of a web, or "bowl", suspended above ...


Cyclosa caroli

Cyclosa Caroli is a species of ORB weaver in the family Araneidae spider. He is in the USA and range from the Caribbean sea to Bolivia.


Dictyna foliacea


Diplura (spider)

Dipluras is a genus of South American curtain web spiders, which was first described by C. L. Koch in 1850. It is found in South America and Cuba, belonging to the subfamily Diplurinae. They possess a Lyra on their part of maxilla. Species diplur ...


Emblyna sublata

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