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Jerzego alboguttatus

Jerzego alboguttata is a spider species of the Salticidae family. The species is only known from one immature female described in 1903 by Eugene Simon.

                                               

List of amphibians of Sumatra

The following is a list of amphibians of Sumatra, Indonesia from Kurniati and Teynie. Many of the species can be found in Kerinci Seblat National Park and Gunung Leuser National Park.

                                               

List of freshwater fish of Sumatra

This is a list of freshwater fish species found in Sumatra, Indonesia. The listing below is based on the taxonomic treatment of Joseph S. Nelsons Fishes of the World, 5th edition.

                                               

List of mammals of Sumatra

Note: Occurrence of fishing cat in Sumatra still considered unknown caused by lack of recent records from Sumatra. Survey based on objectively verifiable record urgently needed for this species. Note: its current status and species presence on Su ...

                                               

List of reptiles of Sumatra

Dogania subplana. Pelochelys cantorii. Amyda cartilaginea. Chitra chitra. (Читра Читра)

                                               

Nycticebus bancanus

The Bangka slow loris is a strepsirrhine primate and a species of slow loris that is native to southwestern Borneo and the island of Bangka. Originally considered a subspecies or synonym of the Bornean slow loris, it was promoted to full species ...

                                               

Poecilosomella brevisecunda

Poecilosomella brevisecunda is a species of fly belonging to the family Sphaeroceridae. It has only been recorded from Gunung Leuser National Park in northern Sumatra, Indonesia. This tiny fly to 2mm in length. It is usually dark brown with disti ...

                                               

Pyrops pythicus

Pyrops pythicus can reach a length of about 50–60 millimetres 2.0–2.4 in. These large true bugs show an elongated bluish "snout". The hindwings are bluish green, with a large transversal reddish area and small white spots.

                                               

Sphaeropoeus hercules

Pocock, Reginald Innes 1894 Chilopoda, Symphyla and Diplopoda from the Malay Archipelago, In: Weber, M.: Zoologische Ergebnisse einer Reise in Niederlandisch Ost-Indien, Band 3: 307-404. Jeekel, Casimir Albrecht Willem 1971 Nomenclator generum et ...

                                               

Neopithecops

Neopithecops iolanthe Eliot & Kawazoe, 1983 Torres Strait Islands, Cape York, Trobriand Islands, Batjan. Neopithecops sumbanus Eliot & Kawazoe, 1983 Indonesia Sumba, Tanahjampea, Dammer Island. Neopithecops sp. – undescribed. Neopithecops zalmora ...

                                               

Alburnoides holciki

Alburnoides holciki is a species of small freshwater fish in the family Cyprinidae. It is endemic to the Hari River drainage in northwestern Afghanistan, northeastern Iran, and southern Turkmenistan.

                                               

Alburnoides idignensis

Alburnoides idignensis, is a fish species of the family Cyprinidae endemic to Iran. It can be differentiated from its cogenerates by differences fin ray and vertebral counts, together with other morphological characters. The specific name is deri ...

                                               

Alburnoides namaki

Alburnoides namaki, is a fish species of the family Cyprinidae, known from Iran. It can be differentiated from its cogenerates by differences fin ray and vertebral counts, together with other morphological characters.

                                               

Alburnoides nicolausi

Alburnoides nicolausi, is a fish species of the family Cyprinidae, known from Iran. I can be differentiated from its cogenerates by differences fin ray and vertebral counts, together with other morphological characters.

                                               

Alburnoides petrubanarescui

Alburnoides petrubanarescui, is a fish species of the family Cyprinidae, known from Iran. It can be differentiated from its cogenerates by differences fin ray and vertebral counts, together with other morphological characters.

                                               

Alburnoides qanati

Alburnoides qanati is a fish species of family Cyprinidae. It is widespread in the Pulvar River system and Kor River in Iran. Benthopelagic subtropical freshwater fish, up to 7.2 cm in length.

                                               

Coads riffle minnow

Coads riffle minnow is a species of small freshwater fish in the family Cyprinidae. It is endemic to the Namroud and Hableroud River drainage in Iran.

                                               

Iranocichla hormuzensis

Iranocichla hormuzensis also known as the Iranian Cichlid is a species of mouthbrooding fish from the cichlid family. It is restricted to freshwater and brackish habitats in the drainage of the Mehran River in southern Iran above the Straits of H ...

                                               

Parhams riffle minnow

Parhams riffle minnow is a species of small freshwater fish in the family Cyprinidae. It is endemic to the Caspian Sea basin river drainages in Iran.

                                               

Samiis riffle minnow

Samiis riffle minnow is a species of freshwater fish in the family Cyprinidae. It is endemic to the Sefidroud River drainage in Iran.

                                               

Tabarestan riffle minnow

The Tabarestan riffle minnow is a species of freshwater fish in the family Cyprinidae. It is endemic to the Tajan River drainage in Iran.

                                               

Asaccus elisae

The specific name, elisae feminine, genitive singular, is in honor of a woman or girl named Elisa, perhaps Franz Werners wife or daughter, unfortunately, in the original description, he did not specify. Its physical attributes are that length of ...

                                               

Hemidactylus persicus

It has a snout rather acuminate, as long as the distance between the eye and the upper border of the ear-opening, 1.3 the diameter of the orbit, forehead concave, interorbital space very narrow, upper eyelid strongly fringed, ear-opening large, o ...

                                               

Eirenis coronelloides

Eirenis coronelloides adults range from 17.5-25 cm in length. Body light brown, with distinct dark crown on his head, dark dorsal bars, characterized by dark crown, ventral stripe or both in all specimens examined from Turkey and some representat ...

                                               

List of mammals of Sardinia

This is a list of the mammal species recorded in Sardinia, Italy. The following tags are used to highlight each species conservation status according to the International Union for conservation of nature.

                                               

Salvadorian Magpie

The Salvadorian Magpie is a bird found in Jamaica. It is not related to El Salvador, but the word that means thin winged in Latin. The bird is black and has yellow eyes. In the sun it appears that the bird is a dark blue. Salvadoran magpie was di ...

                                               

Bathyacmaea secunda

Bathyacmaea secunda is a species of very small, deep-sea limpet, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pectinodontidae. This species inhabits the dark, chemosynthesis-based marine communities of ocean vents and cold seeps near Japan. It differ ...

                                               

Conasprella comatosa

Conasprella comatosa, common name comatose cone, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Conidae, the cone snails and their allies. Like all species within the genus Conasprella, these snails are predatory and venomous ...

                                               

Pinctada radiata

Pinctada radiata, commonly known as the Atlantic pearl-oyster or the Gulf pearl oyster is a species of pearl oyster distributed throughout the Indo-Pacific. Its range extends as far north as Japan and as far south as the Australian state of Victoria.

                                               

Spisula sachalinensis

Spisula sachalinensis is a species of edible saltwater clam, a marine bivalve mollusk in the family Mactridae, the surf clams or trough clams. It is commonly referred to as the "surf clam". This species is commercially exploited. This mollusk is ...

                                               

Veined rapa whelk

Rapana venosa, common name the veined rapa whelk or Asian rapa whelk, is a species of large predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc or whelk, in the family Muricidae, the rock shells. This large sea snail has become an invasive species in ...

                                               

Baikal bullfinch

The Baikal bullfinch, also known as the grey bullfinch, is a small passerine bird in the finch family Fringillidae. It is found in eastern Kazakhstan, Mongolia and adjacent areas of Russia and China. Although sometimes considered a full species P ...

                                               

Songar tit

The Songar tit is a passerine bird in the tit family. It is the southern counterpart of the willow tit P. montanus, and is usually included in it as a subspecies. Breeds in deciduous mountain forests of South-Eastern Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and No ...

                                               

Achaea sordida

Achaea sordida is a species of moth of the family Erebidae first described by Francis Walker in 1865. It is found in Africa, including South Africa and Eswatini.

                                               

Acrapex carnea

Acrapex carnea is a species of moth of the family Noctuidae first described by George Hampson in 1905. It is found in Africa, including South Africa. Wingspan is 28-30 mm.

                                               

Boucardicus ambindaensis

Boucardicus ambindaensis is a species of land snail with an operculum, a terrestrial gastropod mollusc in the family Cyclophoridae. This species is endemic to Madagascar, occurs in Tsingy Beanka reserve, around 50 km east of Maintirano city.

                                               

Boucardicus monchenkoi

Boucardicus monchenkoi is a species of land snail with an operculum, a terrestrial gastropod mollusc in the family Cyclophoridae. This species is endemic to Madagascar, and occurs near Tolanaro.

                                               

Lilliconus sagei

Lilliconus sagei is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk, in the family Conidae, the cone snails and their allies. Like all species within the genus Conasprella, these cone snails are predatory and venomous. They are capable of "sti ...

                                               

List of amphibians of Malaysia

Philautus gunungensis. Philautus saueri. Philautus amoenus. Hylarana glandulosa. Rhacophorus bipunctatus. Leptolalax kecil. (Leptolalax кесил) Hylarana banjarana. Staurois latopalmatus. Raorchestes parvulus. Hylarana siberu. Chaperina fusca. Inge ...

                                               

Pelophryne ingeri

Pelophryne ingeri is a species of toad in the family Bufonidae. It is found in the Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, the Tioman Island, Sumatra, and possibly the Natuna and Mentawai Islands. In the past it has been confused with Pelophryne signata ...

                                               

Giant mudskipper

The giant mudskipper is a species of mudskipper native to the tropical shores of the eastern Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean where it occurs in marine, brackish and fresh waters. It is most frequently found along muddy shores in estuar ...

                                               

Syncrossus hymenophysa

Syncrossus hymenophysa, commonly known as the tiger loach, tiger botia or green tiger loach, is a species of freshwater fish in the loach family Botiidae. It is native to fast mountain streams and large rivers, over soft substrates and often near ...

                                               

Acanthosaura crucigera

Acanthosaura crucigera is a species of lizard commonly known as Masked Spiny Lizard Boulengers pricklenape or masked horned tree lizard. They are found in Myanmar, Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, and Cambodia. They have a distinct diamond-shaped b ...

                                               

Alfreds blind skink

Also known as Alfreds flat lizard and Alfreds limbless skink, D. alfredi is named after ichthyologist Eric R. Alfred, who was the director of the Raffles Museum in Singapore 1967–1972.

                                               

Cnemaspis omari

Cnemaspis omari is a species of gecko. It is known from near the Thai-Malaysian border in Perlis State of Malaysia and Satun Province of Thailand. It grows to 41 mm in snout–vent length.

                                               

Gonocephalus chamaeleontinus

This species lives in a humid tropical environment, in the forests of central Java. It is a species of around 22–25 cm 8.7–9.8 in, and quite territorial. The lifestyle is close to that of the chameleons. The females are green, with the males blue ...

                                               

Gonocephalus doriae

Gonocephalus doriae is a species of arboreal lizard in the family Agamidae. The species is endemic to the island of Borneo.

                                               

Leiolepis triploida

Leiolepis triploida, also known as the Thai butterfly lizard or Malaysian butterfly lizard, is a species of agamid lizard that is all-female. It is found in Southern Thailand and Peninsular Malaysia.

                                               

Malayan forest gecko

The Malayan forest gecko or banded bent-toed gecko is a species of gecko found in Southeast Asia. For the Indian species called banded bent-toed gecko, see Cyrtodactylus fasciolatus

                                               

Marbled bow-fingered gecko

Head large, depressed, snout pointed, longer than the diameter of the orbit, which equals its distance from the ear-opening, forehead concave, ear-opening oval, oblique, about one third the diameter of the eye. Head granular, with small tubercles ...

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