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Lyperobius hudsoni

This species was first collected by George Vernon Hudson in 1894. It was described by Thomas Broun in 1914 and named after receiving a pair of specimens from Hudson. The lectotype specimen is held at the Natural History Museum, London and was col ...

                                               

Lyperobius huttoni

Lyperobius huttoni is a New Zealand weevil found in alpine areas of the South Island and at sea level around the Wellington coast. It feeds only on speargrass. Weevils from the endangered Wellington population have been translocated to predator-f ...

                                               

Maaminga

Maaminga is a genus of parasitic wasps containing two species and constituting the family Maamingidae. Discovered, and so far only known from New Zealand, the first two named species are Maaminga marrisi and M. rangi. The genus name derives from ...

                                               

Macarostola miniella

Macarostola miniella is a species of moth in the family Gracillariidae. It is endemic to New Zealand. This species is only found in the North Island and the adult moths have two different colour variations.

                                               

Maoriblatta novaeseelandiae

Maoriblatta novaeseelandiae, or large black kekerengu, is a species of cockroach in the family Blattidae. Other names include the black stink-roach, black stink cockroach, black coackroach and te papata pango. It is well-known for the defensive c ...

                                               

Maoricicada alticola

Maoricicada alticola, also known as the high alpine cicada, is a species of cicada that is endemic to New Zealand. This species was first described by John S. Dugdale and Charles Fleming in 1978.

                                               

Maoricicada campbelli

Maoricicada campbelli, also known as the Campbells cicada, is a species of cicada that is endemic to New Zealand. This species was first described by John Golding Myers in 1923 under the name Melapsalta campbelli. It was named in honour of James ...

                                               

Maoricicada clamitans

Maoricicada clamitans, also known as the yodelling cicada, is a species of insect that is endemic to New Zealand. This species was first described by John S. Dugdale and Charles Fleming in 1978.

                                               

Maoricicada hamiltoni

Maoricicada hamiltoni, also known as the Hamiltons cicada, is a species of insect that is endemic to New Zealand. This species was first described by John Golding Myers in 1926. This species is named in honour of Harold Hamilton.

                                               

Maoricicada lindsayi

Maoricicada lindsayi, also known as the Lindsays cicada, is a species of insect that is endemic to New Zealand. This species was first described by John Golding Myers in 1923. Myers named the species in honour of Charles Lindsay who collected the ...

                                               

Maoricicada mangu

There are four subspecies: Maoricicada mangu multicostata Dugdale & Fleming, 1978 – northern scree cicada. Maoricicada mangu gourlayi Dugdale & Fleming, 1978 – Dun Mountain cicada. Maoricicada mangu celer Dugdale & Fleming, 1978 – braying cicada. ...

                                               

Maoricicada myersi

Maoricicada myersi, also known as Myers cicada, is a species of insect that is endemic to New Zealand. This species was first described by Charles Fleming in 1971.

                                               

Maoricicada nigra

There are two subspecies: Maoricicada nigra Myers, 1921 – western subnival cicada. Maoricicada nigra frigida Dugdale & Fleming, 1978 – eastern subnival cicada.

                                               

Maoricicada oromelaena

Maoricicada oromelaena, also known as the greater alpine black cicada, is a species of insect that is endemic to New Zealand. This species was first described by John Golding Myers in 1926.

                                               

Maoricicada otagoensis

Maoricicada otagoensis is a species of cicada that is endemic to New Zealand. This species was first described by John S. Dugdale and Charles Fleming in 1978.

                                               

Maoricicada phaeoptera

Maoricicada phaeoptera, also known as the southern dusky cicada, is a species of insect that is endemic to New Zealand. This species was first described by John S. Dugdale and Charles Fleming in 1978.

                                               

Maoricicada tenuis

Maoricicada tenuis, also known as the northern dusky cicada, is a species of insect that is endemic to New Zealand. This species was first described by John S. Dugdale and Charles Fleming in 1978.

                                               

Maoripamborus

Maoripamborus fairburni is a species of beetles in the family Carabidae, the only described species in the genus, though there are some reports of an additional undescribed species. The genus is endemic to northern North Island in New Zealand, an ...

                                               

Mecodema oconnori

Mecodema oconnori is a large-bodied species of ground beetle endemic to the lower half of the North Island, New Zealand. It is mainly found in native forest habitats on the western side of the Tararua and Ruahine Ranges, but is also found in the ...

                                               

Mecyclothorax rotundicollis

Mecyclothorax rotundicollis is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Psydrinae. It is endemic to New Zealand. It was described by White in 1846.

                                               

Megadromus antarcticus

Megadromus antarcticus, also known as the" Alexander beetle”, is a member of the Carabidae family and only found in the Canterbury region of New Zealand. Megadromus antarcticus are easily recognized by their iridescent green coloration.

                                               

Megadromus capito

Megadromus capito is a large endemic ground beetle from New Zealand. This beetle hunts on the ground, is active mainly at night and tends to take shelter under debris during the day.

                                               

Meterana meyricci

Meterana meyricci is a species of moth in the family Noctuidae. It was described and named by George Hampson in 1911 as Miselia meyricci. It is endemic to New Zealand and has been collected in and around Otago. The larvae of this species feed on ...

                                               

Meterana octans

Meterana octans is a species of moth in the family Noctuidae. It was described by George Hudson in 1898 from specimens discovered by Alfred Philpott at Mount Linton, near Invercargill. It is endemic to New Zealand.

                                               

Meterana pauca

Meterana pauca is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is endemic to New Zealand. It was described by Philpott in 1910 from two specimens held at the Otago Museum collected in the Wairarapa and a specimen he had collected in Wallacetown.

                                               

Meterana vitiosa

Meterana vitiosa is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It was described by Arthur Gardiner Butler in 1877 from specimens collected by Dr Hector and Mr J. D. Enys in the South Island. It is endemic to New Zealand. The habitat this species prefers con ...

                                               

Mitophyllus

Mitophyllus fusculus. Mitophyllus macrocerus. (Macrocerus Mitophyllus) Mitophyllus arcuatus. (Mitophyllus перегородкой) Mitophyllus foveolatus. Mitophyllus reflexus. Mitophyllus solox. (Solox Mitophyllus) Mitophyllus angusticeps. Mitophyllus gibb ...

                                               

Mitophyllus parrianus

Mitophyllus parrianus, is a species of stag beetle native to New Zealand. M. parrianus is found throughout the North, South and Stewart Islands of New Zealand.

                                               

Molopsida

Molopsida is a genus of beetles in the family Carabidae, endemic to New Zealand. This genus was first described by Adam White in 1846. Molopsida includes the following six species: Molopsida seriatoporus Bates, 1874. Molopsida antarctica Castelna ...

                                               

Monomorium antarcticum

Monomorium antarcticum is an ant of the family Formicidae, endemic to New Zealand. Also known as the southern ant, this is likely New Zealands most common native ant species. Because it is highly variable in size, colour, and colony structure, it ...

                                               

Musotima aduncalis

Musotima aduncalis is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Cajetan Felder, Rudolf Felder and Alois Friedrich Rogenhofer in 1875. This species is endemic to New Zealand. Adults are variable in color, from white to yellow ochre. The ...

                                               

Neocicindela tuberculata

Neocicindela tuberculata is a species of tiger beetle in the subfamily Cicindelinae of the family Carabidae, endemic to New Zealand. Its common names include common tiger beetle, moeone, and papapa, and in its laval stage penny doctor, butcher bo ...

                                               

New Zealand bat flea

The New Zealand bat flea is a threatened species of flea endemic to New Zealand. The species was first described in 1946 from samples collected near Masterton in 1915, and from chocolate wattled bats on Pelorus Island. He adapted to life with a N ...

                                               

New Zealand freshwater mussel

Echyridella menziesii, the New Zealand freshwater mussel, also known by its Māori names kākahi, kāeo, and torewai, is a species of freshwater mussel endemic to New Zealand. E. menziesii is an aquatic bivalve mollusc in the family Unionidae, the r ...

                                               

New Zealand giraffe weevil

The New Zealand giraffe weevil, Lasiorhynchus barbicornis, is a distinctive straight-snouted weevil in the subfamily Brentinae, endemic to New Zealand. L. barbicornis is New Zealands longest beetle, and shows extreme sexual dimorphism: males meas ...

                                               

New Zealand mole cricket

The New Zealand mole cricket is a wingless member of the mole cricket family Gryllotalpidae. Endemic to New Zealand, it lives underground and is rarely seen. It is now restricted to parts of the southern North Island.

                                               

New Zealand spotted skink

The spotted skink, Oligosoma lineoocellatum, is a nationally at risk species of skink native to New Zealand. The Spotted skink is currently known to be present in the Hawkes Bay, Wairarapa and Wellington regions as well as in Nelson, Marlborough ...

                                               

Notagonum lawsoni

Notagonum lawsoni is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Platyninae. It is endemic to New Zealand. It was described by Bates in 1874. Notagonum lawsoni has been collected from Metrosideros excelsa through the beating of foliage.

                                               

Notoreas arcuata

This species was described by Alfred Philpott in 1921 using material collected in the Saint Arnaud Range by Mr R. Grimmett. George Hudson also discussed and illustrated this species in his book The Butterflies and Moths of New Zealand. The genus ...

                                               

Notoreas elegans

Notoreas elegans is a species of moth in the family Geometridae. It is endemic to New Zealand. This species has a wide distribution in New Zealand and is therefore regarded as not being in need of conservation.

                                               

Oregus

Oregus is a genus of beetles in the family Carabidae that is endemic to New Zealand. A 2003 taxonomic revision of the group using both morphological and DNA characters concluded that it contained four species, and identified new species from Marl ...

                                               

Orocrambus

Orocrambus catacaustus Meyrick, 1885. Orocrambus clarkei Philpott, 1930. Orocrambus aethonellus Meyrick, 1883. Orocrambus apicellus Zeller, 1863. Orocrambus clarkei eximia Salmon, 1946. Orocrambus abditus Philpott, 1924. Orocrambus angustipennis ...

                                               

Orocrambus abditus

Orocrambus abditus is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Alfred Philpott in 1924. It is endemic to New Zealand. O. abditus has been recorded in north Canterbury, Marlborough, and a small area around Birdlings Flat. The wingspan i ...

                                               

Orocrambus angustipennis

Orocrambus angustipennis is a species of moth in the Crambinae family. It is endemic to New Zealand. O. angustipennis is present in the North Island, South Island and the Chatham Islands. The wingspan is 34-40 mm for males and 44 to 50 mm for fem ...

                                               

Orocrambus apicellus

Orocrambus apicellus is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Philipp Christoph Zeller in 1863. It is endemic to New Zealand. O. apicellus has been recorded from the North and South Islands, as well as Stewart Island, Chatham Island ...

                                               

Orocrambus clarkei

Orocrambus clarkei is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Alfred Philpott in 1930. This species is endemic to New Zealand. It is known from Mount Moltke, Minaret Peak, Homer Saddle and the Humboldt Range. The wingspan is 20-26 mm. ...

                                               

Orocrambus cultus

Orocrambus cultus is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was first described by Alfred Philpott in 1917 from specimens collected by Merlin Owen Pasco. It is endemic to New Zealand, where it is known from Cecil Peak. A wingspan of about 20 mm. Butt ...

                                               

Orocrambus ephorus

Orocrambus ephorus is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Edward Meyrick in 1885. It is endemic to New Zealand. It has been recorded from the South Island. The species preferred habitat consists of alpine tussock grasslands. Wings ...

                                               

Orocrambus geminus

Orocrambus geminus is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Brian H. Patrick in 1991. It is endemic to New Zealand. The species has been recorded in Central Otago. The habitat consists of wet low alpine areas.

                                               

Orocrambus lectus

Orocrambus lectus is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Alfred Philpott in 1929. It is endemic to New Zealand, where it has been recorded from Fiordland and north-western Nelson. The habitat of this species consists of subalpine ...

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