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Xanthoparmelia maricopensis

Xanthoparmelia maricopensis is a 2-6mm wide, yellow-green foliose lichen in the Parmeliaceae family found growing on igneous rock in southwestern North American deserts. The thallus is tightly adnate to the substrate, with irregular somewhat shin ...

                                               

Xanthoparmelia mougeotii

Xanthoparmelia mougeotii is a genus of lichen belonging to the family Parmeliaceae. The species have flat yellowish-grey lobes that are closely adpressed. The lower surface is black and have short, simple rhizines. The apothecia is rare, with bro ...

                                               

Atriplex amnicola

Atriplex amnicola, commonly known as river saltbush or swamp saltbush, is a species of shrub in the family Amaranthaceae. Endemic to Western Australia, it is native to the floodplains of the Murchison and Gascoyne Rivers. River saltbush is a mult ...

                                               

Atriplex bunburyana

It grows as an erect shrub up to a metre high, with slender branches that are often straight and rigid. Leaves are oval in shape, five to 20 millimetres long, with a linear margin and a blueish colour caused by a thin scaly coating.

                                               

Atriplex depressa

Atriplex depressa is a species of saltbush known by the common names brittlescale and depressed orache. It is sometimes treated as a variety of Atriplex parishii. This endemic species of the Central valley of California, where it grows in areas w ...

                                               

Atriplex holocarpa

Atriplex holocarpa is a low-growing species of Atriplex found throughout arid regions of Australia. A. holocarpa is commonly known as pop saltbush, because its carpals pop when stepped upon. Atriplex holocarpa was described by Ferdinand von Muell ...

                                               

Atriplex valdesii

Atriplex valdesii is a plant species endemic to Mexico. It is known from the States of Zacatecas and San Luis Potosi. It grows is saline soils in desert areas and sometimes in disturbed habitats. Valdesii Atriplex is an annual, monoecious plant, ...

                                               

Ruppia

Ruppia, also known as the widgeonweeds, ditch grasses or widgeon grass, is the only extant genus in the family Ruppiaceae, with eight known species. These are aquatic plants widespread over much of the world. The genus name was given in honour of ...

                                               

Aureolaria pedicularia

Aureolaria pedicularia, the fernleaf yellow false foxglove, fern-leaved false foxglove, or fernleaf false foxglove, is a parasitic plant of the family Orobanchaceae. Aureolaria pedicularia is native to parts of the eastern US, the Midwest, and ad ...

                                               

Cuscuta denticulata

Cuscuta denticulata, the desert dodder or small-toothed dodder, is a thin, yellow to orange, parasitic annual vine in the morning glory family, native to the deserts of Southwestern America.

                                               

Cuscuta gronovii

Cuscuta gronovii belongs to the family Convolvuaceae, including the morning glories, comprising about 200 species. It is a parasitic annual vine that infects host plants in a parasitic relationship. Its stems appear orange-yellow in color. The vi ...

                                               

Cuscuta reflexa

Cuscuta reflexa, the giant dodder, is one of 100-170 species in the genus Cuscuta. This kind of plant widespread in India and the greater Himalayas. This parasitic plants with no leaves were enveloped in the spreading of a thin vine that grows at ...

                                               

Cuscuta sandwichiana

Cuscuta sandwichiana is a parasitic vine and the only member of the genus Cuscuta that is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. It parasitizes a wide variety of indigenous, endemic and introduced plants on all of the main Hawaiian islands. It grows in ...

                                               

Orobanche aegyptiaca

Orobanche aegyptiaca, Egyptian broomrape, is a plant which is an obligate holoparasite from the family Orobanchaceae with a complex lifecycle. This parasite is most common in the Middle East and has a wide host range including many economically i ...

                                               

Orobanche ludoviciana

Orobanche ludoviciana is part of the family Orobanchaceae. This parasitic plant is not specific, but especially favors Artemisia and Asteraceae. They grow from 1-3 dm often without branches. Leaves are scales and numerous. The inflorescences are ...

                                               

Rafflesiaceae

The Rafflesiaceae are a family of rare parasitic plants comprising 36 species in 3 genera found in the tropical forests of east and southeast Asia, including Rafflesia arnoldii, which has the largest flowers of all plants. The plants are endopara ...

                                               

Rhizanthes

Rhizanthes is a genus of 4 species of parasitic flowering plants without leaves, stems, roots, or photosynthetic tissue. They grow on roots of a few species of Tetrastigma vines. The genus is limited to the tropical forests of south and south-eas ...

                                               

Rhizanthes deceptor

Rhizanthes deceptor is a species of parasitic flowering plant without leaves, stems, roots, or photosynthetic tissue. They grow on roots of the Tetrastigma vine. They are only found in the tropical forests of Sumatra at 500–700 m. The flowers are ...

                                               

Rhizanthes infanticida

Rhizanthes infanticida is a species of parasitic flowering plant without leaves, stems, roots, or photosynthetic tissue. They grow on roots of the Tetrastigma vine. They are found in the tropical forests of southern Thailand, western Malaysia, an ...

                                               

Rhizanthes zippelii

Rhizanthes zippelii is a species of parasitic flowering plant without leaves, stems, roots, or photosynthetic tissue. They grow on roots of the Tetrastigma vine. They are found in the tropical forests of western Java. The flowers are white, with ...

                                               

Sapria

Sapria is a genus of parasitic flowering plants. It grows within roots of Vitis and Tetrastigma. The genus is limited to the tropical forests of South and South-east Asia. Sapria flowers about 20 cm in diameter, bright red with yellow or white do ...

                                               

Ceratium

The genus Ceratium includes species of freshwater and marine dinoflagellates. Most species of Ceratium are unicellular organisms that are characterized by their armored plates, two flagella, and horns. Species of Ceratium are found worldwide and ...

                                               

Gonyaulax

Gonyaulax is a genus of dinoflagellates with the type species Gonyaulax spinifera Diesing. Gonyaulax belongs to red dinoflagellates and commonly causes red tides.

                                               

Gymnodinium

Gymnodinium is a genus of dinoflagellates, a type of marine plankton. It is one of the few naked dinoflagellates, or species lacking armor. Since 2000, the species which had been considered to be part of Gymnodinium have been divided into several ...

                                               

Noctiluca scintillans

Noctiluca scintillans, commonly known as the sea sparkle, and also published as Noctiluca miliaris, is a free-living, marine-dwelling species of dinoflagellate that exhibits bioluminescence when disturbed. Its bioluminescence is produced througho ...

                                               

Polykrikos

Polykrikos is one of the genera of family Polykrikaceae that includes athecate pseudocolony-forming dinoflagellates. Polykrikos are characterized by a sophisticated ballistic apparatus, named the nematocyst-taeniocyst complex, which allows specie ...

                                               

Asaccus

There are 19 species which are recognized as being valid in the genus Asaccus. Five were described in 2011. Asaccus kurdistanensis N. Rastegar-Pouyani, Nilson & Faizi, 2006 - Kurdistan leaf-toed gecko. Asaccus andersoni Torki et al., 2011. Asaccu ...

                                               

Eirenis persicus

The snake is found in the Middle East. Eirenis persicus has a wide distribution range. They can be found in south-eastern Turkey, southern Armenia, eastern Iraq, Iran, south Turkmenistan and also in some parts of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and north- ...

                                               

List of reptiles of Jordan

Jordan has about 115 species of reptiles, most of them are snakes and lizards and some species of turtles. No species of crocodiles were found in the country.

                                               

Lytorhynchus kennedyi

Lytorhynchus kennedyi or Lytorhynchus diadema kennedyi, adults range from 30-51 cm in length. Bright orange to reddish, with a dark cross on the body and tail.

                                               

Polyploca laororshanae

Polyploca laororshanae is a moth in the family Drepanidae. The habitat of P. laororshanae is located in northern Israel and possibly Lebanon and Syria, although this remains unclear. The habitat consists of clearings and the fringes of evergreen ...

                                               

Mesopotamian crow

The Mesopotamian crow, also known as the Iraq pied crow, is a bird species of the Corvus genus. The Mesopotamian crow is native to the region of Mesopotamia, in southern Iraq and southwest Iran, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. The Mesopo ...

                                               

Latrodectus pallidus

Latrodectus pallidus is a species of spider commonly found throughout North Africa, the Middle East, and central Asia. A common name in English is the white widow spider, and it is known in Russian as белый каракурт, or white steppe spider. It is ...

                                               

Rafalus

As of August 2019 it contains twelve species, found only in Africa and Asia: Rafalus insignipalpis Simon, 1882 – Yemen mainland, Socotra. Rafalus feliksi Proszynski, 1999 – Egypt, United Arab Emirates. Rafalus arabicus Wesolowska & van Harten, 20 ...

                                               

List of amphibians of Guinea-Bissau

This is a list of the amphibian species recorded in Guinea-Bissau. Arthroleptidae Arthroleptis poecilonotus. Leptopelis viridis. (Leptopelis виридис) Leptopelis bufonides. (Bufonides Leptopelis) Bufonidae Amietophrynus maculatus. Amietophrynus re ...

                                               

List of amphibians of Indonesia

Superfamily: Myobatrachoidea Barbourula kalimantanensis Iskandar, 1978. Family: Bombinatoridae Gray, 1825. Genus: Barbourula Taylor and Noble, 1924. Ansonia minuta Inger, 1960. Genus: Ansonia Stoliczka, 1870. Ansonia longidigita Inger, 1960. Anso ...

                                               

List of amphibians of China

China is home to 346 species of amphibian. Chinas amphibian diversity is greater than any other country in the Old World, and it is the 5th in the whole world. Chinas amphibian fauna includes an important element of widespread, generally non-thre ...

                                               

List of amphibians of West Virginia

48 species of amphibians are known to inhabit the state of West Virginia. The ranges of some 34 salamander species and 14 species of frogs and toads extend into some portion of the state. Two of these - the Cheat Mountain salamander and West Virg ...

                                               

List of albatross breeding locations

Southern Ryukyu Islands - black-footed. Izu Islands, Japan - short-tailed Tori Shima only, black-footed. French Frigate Shoals - Laysan, black-footed. Guadalupe Island Mexico - Laysan. Hawaii - Laysan. (Гавайи - Ляйсан) Bonin Islands - black-foot ...

                                               

List of birds of the Galapagos Islands

This is a list of birds recorded in the Galapagos islands of Ecuador, where 185 species have been documented as of February 2019. Of them, 30 are endemic, three nest only in the Galapagos, and virtually the entire population of a fourth nests the ...

                                               

List of birds of Glacier National Park (U.S)

This list of birds of Glacier National Park includes every wild bird species recorded in the park based on the Birds of Glacier National Park-Field Check List compiled by the National Park Service. More than 260 species of birds are found in the ...

                                               

List of birds of Hispaniola

This is a list of the bird species recorded in Hispaniola. The avifauna of Hispaniola include a total of 321 species, according to Bird Checklists of the World as of July 2019. Of them, 14 have been introduced by humans and 105 rare or accidental ...

                                               

List of birds of Rocky Mountain National Park

This is a comprehensive listing of all the bird species recorded in Rocky Mountain National Park, a 265.461 acres park in the U.S. state of Colorado. This list is based on one published by the National Park Service. Between when the NPS list was ...

                                               

List of birds of Saint Pierre and Miquelon

This is a list of bird species confirmed in Saint Pierre and Miquelon, a self-governing territorial overseas collectivity of France. Unless otherwise noted, the list is that of Bird Checklists of the World as of June 2019. Of the 327 species on t ...

                                               

List of birds of the Falkland Islands

This is a list of the bird species recorded in the Falkland Islands. The avifauna of the Falkland Islands include a total of 227 confirmed species, of which two are endemic, two have been introduced by humans, four have been extirpated, and 140 r ...

                                               

List of birds of the Madrean Sky Islands

This is a list of birds that have been observed in the Madrean Sky Islands, which are enclaves of Madrean pine-oak woodlands, found at higher elevations in a complex of small mountain ranges in southern and southeastern Arizona, southwestern New ...

                                               

List of birds of Ontario

This list of birds of Ontario includes all the bird species recorded in the Canadian province of Ontario as determined by the Ontario Bird Records Committee. As of December 2019 there were 501 species on this list, 291 of which are known to breed ...

                                               

List of birds of South Asia

The birds of South Asia include the species found in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and the Maldives. This is not only a huge geographical area, but has a wide range of habitats extending from deserts to rainforest, and fro ...

                                               

List of birds of South Asia: part 1

This item lists those birds of South Asia in the Megapodes, Galliformes, Gruiformes and near passerines. For the introduction of birds of the region and a key to abbreviations, refer to the list of birds of South Asia. For the rest of the species ...

                                               

List of birds of South Asia: part 2

This item lists those birds of South Asia in the non-passerine families other than the Megapodes, Galliformes, Gruiformes and near passerines. For the introduction of birds of the region and a key to abbreviations, refer to the list of birds of t ...

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