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Halifax Historic District

The Halifax historic district is a national historic district located in Halifax County, North Carolina, USA, which was listed on the National register of historic places in 1970, with an increase in 2011. It includes several buildings that are i ...

                                               

Beetles described in 1757

                                               

Acantholycosa lignaria

Acantholycosa lignaria is a species of wolf-spider. This is a widespread species from Central and Northern Europe. It was described in Chapter 5 of the book Svenska Spindlar by the Swedish entomologist and arachnologist Carl Alexander Clerk.

                                               

Agelena labyrinthica

Agelena to species of spiders in the family Agelenidae. This is a widespread species in Europe. It is recorded in the list of the Danish species of spiders.

                                               

Alopecosa aculeata

Alopecosa aculeata is a species of wolf spiders in the family lycosidae. It is found in North America, Europe, Turkey, the Caucasus and some of Russia, Central Asia, China and Japan.

                                               

Alopecosa pulverulenta

Alopecosa is a species of wolf-spider of the genus Alopecosa with a Palearctic distribution. It was described in Chapter 5 of the book Svenska Spindlar by the Swedish arachnologist and entomologist Carl Alexander Clerk.

                                               

Alopecosa trabalis

Alopecosa trabalis is a species of wolf-spider of the genus Alopecosa found in the "Europe to Central Asia." This species was described in 1757 in Chapter 5 of the book Svenska Spindlar Karl Alexander Clerk.

                                               

Araniella cucurbitina

The species was first described by the Swedish entomologist and arachnologist Carl Alexander Clerk 1709-1765 in 1757 as Araneus cucurbitinus and was revised in 1942 Chamberlin & Ivie with the name Araniella cucurbitina.

                                               

Clubiona pallidula

Clubiona pallidula-the spider SAC in the family Clubionidae. It is found in Europe, in the Caucasus, ranging from Russia to Central Asia, and was introduced in North America.

                                               

Dolomedes fimbriatus

                                               

Dolomedes plantarius

                                               

Enoplognatha ovata

Enoplognatha ovata spider species belonging to the Theridiidae family. It is native to Europe and was introduced to North America. This, in particular, found in Lithuania. This spider grows to a length of 6 mm, excluding feet, has translucent leg ...

                                               

Evarcha arcuata

Males reach a body length of about six, females up to eight millimeters. The female has a brown and whitish cephalothorax, and the opisthosoma with distinct pattern of black spots on the diagonal, sometimes with a white border. The male in contra ...

                                               

Evarcha falcata

Evarca falcata the clerk, 1757, according to some authors, the complex of three types-doubles - falcata E. S. St., Evarcha proszynskii Marusik & Logunov, 1998, Evarcha hoyi Peckham & Peckham, 1883, and their range is largely allopatric.

                                               

Floronia bucculenta

                                               

Larinioides patagiatus

Larinioides patagiatus is a type of ORB weaver family Araneidae. It is found in North America, Europe, Turkey, Caucasus, Russia, Central Asia, China, Mongolia and Japan.

                                               

Marpissa muscosa

Marpissa mucosa is a species of jumping spider. Females are around 8-13 mm long, males 6-8 mm. Both sexes are colored grey to brown. The whole spider has a fuzzy appearance and a flattened shape. Kind of builds a kind of nest under the bark of de ...

                                               

Metellina segmentata

Metellina segmentata spider in the family Tetragnathidae with a Palaearctic distribution. It has also been introduced to Canada. Adults can be found from August to October. These spiders prefer open habitats of forest edges, and gardens, and are ...

                                               

Pardosa amentata

Pardosa amentata, otherwise known as the wolf spider or spotted wolf spider-spiders of the genus Pardosa belonging to the family of wolf spiders, Lycosidae. This species has a wide distribution in Central Europe and North-Western Europe and are o ...

                                               

Pardosa monticola

Pardosa monticola, or striped wolf spider, is a species of wolf spider found mainly in Europe. It is found in dry and moist habitats, and up to an altitude of 2000m.

                                               

Pardosa pullata

                                               

Philodromus aureolus

Philodromus of aureolus, wandering spider crab is mainly European running crab spider of the family Philodromidae. Taxonomy groups species is named in honor of Philodromus aureolus is in a state of flux and several new species have recently been ...

                                               

Philodromus margaritatus

Philodromus margaritatus-species of philodromid crab spiders. He is in new Jersey, Europe, Turkey, Caucasus, Russia, Kazakhstan, Korea and Japan.

                                               

Phylloneta sisyphia

Females are 2.5-5.5 mm long, males 2.5-4.5 mm In prosoma reddish yellow with broad brown-black margin and middle stripe. Sternum reddish yellow, with a dark edge. Chelicerae are reddish-yellow and legs are reddish-yellow with brown rings. The abd ...

                                               

Pirata piraticus

Pirate piraticus is a type of wolf spiders in the family lycosidae. It is found in North America, Europe, Turkey, the Caucasus and some of Russia, Central Asia, China and Japan.

                                               

Pisaura mirabilis

The striking characteristics of Pisaura mirabilis the long legs, the fourth with a long and slender abdomen opisthosoma. The man is between 10 and 13 mm, and in females from 12 to 15 mm. After the final molt, the male spiders weigh an average of ...

                                               

Salticus scenicus

                                               

Tegenaria domestica

Spider Tegenaria types of domestik, commonly known as the barn funnel weaver in North America and the domestic house spider in Europe, is a member of the funnel-web family Agelenidae and a close relative of the hobo spider. Domestic house spiders ...

                                               

Xysticus cristatus

The adult female reaches a length of 8 mm and less male 5mm. Color varies from light cream, dark brown to greyish with a dark triangle on the carapace ends in a clearly marked point. Abdomen with a wide median strip fringed by two rows of dark tr ...

                                               

Parrocchia Esaltazione della Santa Croce, Pastrengo

Church of the exaltation of the Holy cross or Esaltazione della Santa Croce is a Roman Catholic parish Church located in Pastrengo, province of Verona, in the Veneto region, Italy.

                                               

North African ostrich

The North African ostrich or Turkey ostrich the nominate subspecies of the common ostrich from West and North Africa. It is the largest subspecies is the largest living bird.

                                               

Balanus balanus

Unlike most crustaceans, barnacles are unable to move from place to place. Cement glands at the base of the antennae to fix them to the rock. The carapace of this species is conical with a circular base which has rough edges and a diameter of thr ...

                                               

Calappa calappa

Calappa also known as smooth or box crab red-spotted box crab is a tropical species of marine crab with an Indo-Pacific distribution, and shows a large variety in its design and color. First described as Cancer calappa by Linnaeus in 1758 from sp ...

                                               

Calappa hepatica

                                               

Capitulum mitella

The Chapter is a monotypic genus of sessile petiolate seashells. Capitulum mitella is the only species in the genus. It is commonly known as Japanese goose Barnacle or kamenote and is found on rocky shores in the Indo-Pacific region.

                                               

Carpilius maculatus

Carpilius maculatus common names seven-eleven crab, spotted reef crab, dark-finger coral crab, and spotted a big crab this is a crab in the family Carpiliidae, which also includes C. convexus and C. corallinus. Despite reports of C. maculatus as ...

                                               

Gammarus locusta

                                               

Great spider crab

The great crab-spider, Hyas araneus, is a species of crab found in the North-East Atlantic ocean and the North sea, usually below the tidal area. In 1986 two specimens were captured in the South Shetland Islands of the Antarctic Peninsula apparen ...

                                               

Guinusia chabrus

The red rock crab, Guinusia chabrus, marine big eyes crab family Plagusiidae. It is located in the southern Indian and southern Pacific ocean, including South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Chile.

                                               

Megabalanus tintinnabulum

Megabalanus Tintinnabulum is a species of large mollusk in the family Balanidae. This species of the genus. The specific name is derived from the Latin tintinnabulum meaning, bell and probably refers to the fact that a small group of shells resem ...

                                               

Notopus dorsipes

Notopus dorsipes is one of the species of frogs, crabs of the family Raninidae which has an Indo-Pacific distribution, and which recently has spread in the Eastern part of the Mediterranean sea. It is the only surviving species in the genus Notopus.

                                               

Phalangipus longipes

Phalangipus longipes carapace nearly as broad as long and can reach lengths of one inch. In chelopoda large and reliable. Ambulatory legs cylindrical, smooth, very long and slender. The first pair of legs longest, about six times length of carapa ...

                                               

Zosimus aeneus

Zosima Aeneas is a species of crab that lives on coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific region from East Africa to the Hawaiian Islands. It grows to the size of 60 mm × 90 mm and has the distinctive brown blotches on paler background. It is potentially ...

                                               

Anthias anthias

Antisamy anthias is a fish of the family Serranidae, which can reach a length of about 27 cm tautonym is a binomial. They were named by Carl Linnaeus in 1758. This is a small marine fish, commonly called the swallowtail sea perch. The fish is usu ...

                                               

Brazilian batfish

Brazilian bats or Seadevil, Ogcocephalus vespertilio, is one of the species of bats. Its distribution is the Western Atlantic from the Antilles to Brazil. This species grows to a length of 30.5 cm, TL. He lives on the ocean-floor, covered with sa ...

                                               

Common dentex

Adult dentex can reach a length of one meter is 3 feet and weighing up to 16 kg 35 lbs. The body is oval and compressed. Teeth very developed in each jaw. Dentex has 11 spines on the back: 11-12 dorsal soft rays, 3 anal spines: 7-9 anal soft rays ...

                                               

Common hatchetfish

The common hatchetfish or river hatchetfish tropical fish belonging to the freshwater hatchetfish family. From South America to Peru and the middle of the Amazon, Guiana and Venezuela, it grows to about 2.5 inches. The fish gets its name from its ...

                                               

Cornish jack

The Cornish Jack, Mormyrops anguilloides, is a species of weakly electric fish in the family Mormyridae, which grows in quiet waters in most parts of Africa South of the Sahara. The largest species in its family, the Cornish Jack is a night hunte ...

                                               

Oceanic puffer

The oceanic pufferfish, Lagocephalus is a pufferfish family, found in all tropical and subtropical oceans, at depths from 10 to 475 m. Although indigenous to the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian oceans, sea of Japan, a surge in its spread across the ...

                                               

Painted eel

Painted eel in the family Ophichthidae. He was described by Carl Linnaeus in 1758, originally under the genus Muraena. Is a Maritime, sub-tropical eel which is known from the Eastern Atlantic ocean, including the Bay of Biscay, Republic of the Co ...

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