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Menneus nemesio

Menneus nemesio is an Australian net-casting spider in the family Deinopidae. This diurnal species is often found in vegetation near water, low to the Ground. Usually brown, Although he is sometimes seen with a green abdomen.



As at June 2019 contains nine species found only in Australia and Papua New Guinea: Micromerys daviesae Deeleman-Reinhold, 1986 – Australia QLD. Wigi Micromerys Huber, 2001 – Australia QLD. Micromerys gracilis Bradley, 1877 type – Australia, Nort ...


Missulena insignis

Missulena insignis, commonly known as little red spider mouse is a species of spider belonging to the family Actinopodidae native to Australia. The name of the species comes from the Latin insignis "mark".


Nyctimus (spider)


Opadometa fastigata

Fastigata Opadometa, pear-shaped leucauge is a species of spider in the family Tetragnathidae. It is found in India, the Philippines and Sulawesi. Members of the species have a silvery or Golden spots on the abdomen. They are elongated spiders wi ...


Ordgarius hobsoni

Ordgarius Hobsoni is a species of spiders of the genus Ordgarius in the family Araneidae. One of the spiders known as spider Bolas, it is found in India, Sri Lanka, China, and Japan. Unlike many other araneids, they do not spin the typical web. I ...


Orodrassus coloradensis


Pardosa bernensis


Pardosa mackenziana


Pardosa xerampelina


Rhacocnemis guttatus


Varacosa avara


Xysticus obscurus

Xysticus obscurus as a species is a species of crab spider in the family Thomisidae. It is found in North America, Europe, and Russia.


Iotrochota birotulata

Iotrochota birotulata, commonly known as the green finger sponge, is a species of marine sponges in the family Iotrochotidae. It is found in shallow waters in the Caribbean sea.


St. John the Baptist Cathedral, Caratinga

SV. John the Baptist Cathedral and Caratinga is a Catholic Church, located in Caratinga in the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil. Dedicated to Saint John the Baptist is also the Episcopal diocese of Caratinga. It is located on the square in the cit ...


St. Patricks Roman Catholic Church (Adell, Wisconsin)

St. Patricks Roman Catholic Church is located in Adel, Wisconsin, in the Gothic revival style Church outdoor split fieldstone, built in 1877 to serve others Irish immigrants. He was added to the national register of historic places in 1983 for it ...


St Patricks Church, Belfast

St. Patricks Church, Belfast is a Roman Catholic Church located in the Donegal area of Belfast, Northern Ireland. The first Church was opened on the site in 1815, and the present building dates from 1877.


Greg Kopp

Kopp received a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Manitoba in 1989, Meng from McMaster University in 1991 and his doctorate in mechanical engineering from the University of Toronto in 1995. He was appointed assista ...


Humes white-eye

Humes white-eye is a species of bird in the Zosteropidae family. It is found in mountainous areas of Myanmar, southern Thailand, the Malay Peninsula and Borneo. This species was previously considered a subspecies of the Indian white-eye Zosterops ...


Louisiade whistler

In the Louisiade Whistler is a species of bird in the Pachycephalidae family that is endemic to the Louisiade archipelago Southeast of New Guinea. He was separated from the Bismarck Whistler IOC in 2015.


Western whistler

Western Whistler is a species of bird in the Pachycephalidae family found in South-Western Australia. Until 2015 in the Western Whistler was considered as a subspecies of the Australian Golden Whistler, until recognized as a separate, subsequent ...


Armadilloniscus ellipticus

Armadilloniscus Ellipticus is a species of woodlouse in the family Detonidae. It is found in North America, Oceania, Europe, temperate Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.


Biffarius filholi


Abramites eques

Abramites eques, also known as headstander, picuo, or sardines, is a member of the family Anostomidae of the order Characiformes. This South American fish, as Abramites hypselonotus, adopts a head down swimming position due to its specific feedin ...


Abyssal rattail

The abyssal rattail, Coryphaenoides murrayi, is a species of rattail around southern Australia, Fiji and the East coast of New Zealand at depths ranging from 1.196 to 2.350 meters. It reaches a length of 37 cm TL.


Aphyonus gelatinosus

Aphyonus gelatinosus also known as the gelatinous blindfish is a species of blind cusk eel found in the Eastern Atlantic from the Azores and Canary Islands, the Western Indian ocean in Natal, South Africa and South-Western Pacific ocean known in ...


Avocet snipe eel

In Avocet Snipe eel of the family Nemichthyidae, found in all oceans, except the Mediterranean sea and Eastern Pacific ocean, at depths from 50 to 4.500 meters. Their length is up to 75 cm.


Banded whiptail

Banded real, Coelorinchus fasciatus, is a species of rattail found circumpolar in the great southern ocean at depths from 70 to 1.100 m. Its length is from 25 to 45 cm.


Bathylagus antarcticus

Bathylagus antarcticus, the Antarctic deep-sea smelt deep-sea smelt in all the southern oceans as far South, in Antarctica, at a depth of 4.000 meters. This species grows to a length of 14 cm SL.


Bathysaurus mollis


Codheaded rattail

In codheaded rattail, Bathygadus cottoides, is a rattail of the genus Bathygadus, found in the South-Eastern part of the Atlantic ocean and southwest Pacific oceans, at depths from 1000 to 1600 meters. Its length is from 20 to 30 cm.


Cyema atrum

Cyema atrum is the species deep-water Bobtail Snipe eel in the family Cyematidae. It is the only member of its genus Cyema. He is in the world at a depth of 330 meters to 5100 meters.


Cyema atrum


Dwarf codling

Dwarf Apple, is a species of morid cod found on the continental slope in the southeastern Pacific and southwestern Atlantic, where it is up to 1.200 meters. This species grows up to 24 cm in total length.


Faceless cusk

Faceless cusk is a species of cusk-eel found in the Indian and Pacific oceans at depths ranging from 3.935 to 5.100 m. This species grows up to 28.5 cm in standard length, and this is the only known member of its genus. The fish is named after it ...


Feeler fish


Harpadon microchir


Melamphaes microps

Melamphaes microps is a fish of the genus Melamphaes, found in the North Atlantic, South Atlantic, southern Indian ocean and southwestern Pacific, including New Zealand, at depths of from 1.000 to 3.000 m. Their length is up to 10 cm.


Paraulopus nigripinnis

Paraulopus white, cucumber fish, is a grinner of the genus Paraulopus. This deep-sea fish found around southern Australia and New Zealand on the continental shelf at depths from 65 to 600 meters. Their length is 15 to 20 cm. They were first descr ...


Pseudanthias hypselosoma

Hypselosoma is Pseudanthias fish from the Indo-Pacific. It sometimes makes its way into the aquarium trade. It grows to a size of 19 cm in length.


Sarcocheilichthys davidi


Sardinella sindensis

Sind sardinella-species of ray-finned fishes of the genus sardinella. They are located in the Western Indian ocean and the Arabian sea.


Sebastes joyneri

Sebastes Joyneri is a species of fish in the grouper family found in the Northwest Pacific near Japan and Korea


Serrulate whiptail

In the present serrulate or serrulate rattail, Coryphaenoides serrulatus, is a rattail of the genus Coryphaenoides, found in southern Australia and New Zealand, at depths ranging from 750 to 2.000 m. Its length is 30 to 45 centimeters.


Slender unicorn rattail

The slender unicorn rattail, Trachyrincus dendrobates, is a rattail of the genus Trachyrincus, found in South-Eastern Australia and New Zealand, at depths ranging from 850 to 1.300 yards. Its length is from 30 to 60 centimeters.


Spot-fin beachsalmon

Leptobrama muelleri, also known as spot-fin beachsalmon view of the body of these fish, primarily coastal marine or brackish water fish, inhabiting the tropical coastal waters of the Western Pacific ocean from southern New Guinea, Queensland and ...


Aethalochroa insignis

Aethalochroa Insignis, common name Indian stick mantis, is a species of praying mantis in India, which was originally identified as a variety of A. ashmoliana.


Ampelomyia vitispomum


Anaxipha delicatula


Anthidium formosum

Synonyms for this species include: Anthidium outstanding personality VAR consonum Cresson, 1879. Callanthidium formosum Cresson, 1878. Anthidium conspicuum Cresson, 1879. Dianthidium Bally Titus, 1902. Yes Callanthidium formosum meadow, 1925.

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