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Batrachedra praeangusta

Batrachedra praeangusta is a moth of the family Batrachedridae which is native to Europe. It is also found in North America. It was first described by Adrian Haworth in 1828 from the type specimen found in England. The foodplants of the larvae ar ...

Cochylis roseana

Cochylis roseana is a moth of the family Tortricidae. It is found in most of Europe, Uralsk, Iran, Asia Minor and China. The wingspan is 10–17 millimetres 0.39–0.67 in. The forewing costa is nearly straight ; light yellow-ochreous, towards costa ...

Coenobia rufa

The wingspan is 22–25 mm. Forewing uniform rufous, with an obscure dark streak from base along middle of wing; a row of outer dots on veins, sometimes hardly visible; hindwing pale, greyer towards termen; in the ab. lineola Stph the forewing is r ...

Coleophora albicosta

The testaceous white-back is a moth of the family Coleophoridae. It is found in most of western Europe. The wingspan is about 14 mm. Head pale ochreous, sides whitish. Antennae white, ringed with fuscous, basal joint ochreous-tinged, with rough s ...

Coleophora lineolea

Coleophora lineolea is a moth of the family Coleophoridae. It is found in most of Europe. The wingspan is 11–14.5 mm. Adults have yellowish ochre veins. They are on wing from late June to August. The larvae feed on Labiates including black horeho ...

Colostygia multistrigaria

Colostygia multistrigaria, the mottled grey, is a species of moth in the family Geometridae. It is found in western and south-western Europe and North Africa. The wingspan is 26–31 millimetres 1.0–1.2 in. The ground colour is grey mottled with br ...

Eupithecia vulgata

The common pug is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is a common species across the Palearctic region, the Near East and North Africa. It ranges from the Atlantic coast of Ireland and Portugal across Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia to ...

Coptotriche marginea

Coptotriche marginea is a moth of the family Tischeriidae. It is found in most of Europe. The wingspan is 7–8 mm. Adults are brownish with a slight metallic sheen. Forewings ochreous-yellow; costa anteriorly narrowly, posteriorly broadly suffused ...

Scopula floslactata

The cream wave is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species was first described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1809. It is found in forest and woodland regions, feeding on grasses and small plants such as dandelion.

Denticucullus pygmina

Denticucullus pygmina, the small wainscot, is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found in most of Europe, ranging from northern Spain, through Portugal as far north as Finland. In the east it is found across the Palearctic to the Russian Far E ...

Depressaria

Depressaria is a moth genus of the superfamily Gelechioidea. It is the type genus of subfamily Depressariinae, which is often – particularly in older treatments – considered a distinct family Depressariidae or included in the Elachistidae, but ac ...

Gymnoscelis rufifasciata

The double-striped pug is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is a widespread and common species, being found throughout the Palearctic region, including the Near East and North Africa. This is a variable species but always easy to recognize due ...

Dyseriocrania subpurpurella

Dyseriocrania subpurpurella is a diurnal moth from the family Eriocraniidae. It is found in Europe. The wingspan of the moth ranges from 9–14 mm. The wings are metallic gold with sapphire-blue and ruby-red dots strigulae and an indistinct obscure ...

Ennomos fuscantaria

Ennomos fuscantaria, the dusky thorn, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species can be found in the western part of the Palearctic ecozone in western Europe and from central Scandinavia its range extends to the northern Mediterranean and e ...

Euchromius ocellea

Euchromius ocellea, the necklace veneer, is a moth of the family Crambidae described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1811. It is a widespread species, found in tropical and subtropical regions, but migrates to Europe. The wingspan is 16–27 mm. The gro ...

Euphyia biangulata

Euphyia biangulata, the cloaked carpet, is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found in most of Europe and the Middle East. The wingspan is 25–30 mm. The forewings show a contrast between the dark brown midfield cross-band and the paler brown ...

Euphyia unangulata

Euphyia unangulata, the sharp-angled carpet, is a moth of the family Geometridae. It shares its common name with the similarly coloured Neoarctic, Euphyia intermediata

Eupithecia plumbeolata

Eupithecia plumbeolata, the lead-coloured pug, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species can be found all over Europe ranging to the Urals, then through Central Asia to Siberia and to Sayan mountains, the Altai and the Amur. In the Alps, t ...

Eupithecia simpliciata

Eupithecia simpliciata, the plain pug, is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found in the Palearctic ecozone, from western Europe to north-western China. The wingspan is 21–23 mm. Eupithecia simpliciata has a relatively broad rounded forewin ...

Gillmeria pallidactyla

Gillmeria pallidactyla is a moth of the family Pterophoridae. It has a Holarctic distribution and is widespread throughout North America and Eurasia. The wingspan is 23–27 millimetres 0.91–1.06 in. Adults are on wing from June to July in Europe a ...

Eupithecia subfuscata

The grey pug is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found throughout the Palearctic region and the Near East. It is also found in North America. The forewings of this species are grey ccasionally with an ochreous tinge marked with pale fascia ...

Idaea subsericeata

Idaea subsericeata, the satin wave, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species was first described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1809. It is found from central and southern Europe, North Africa, Asia Minor to Transcaspia.

Larentia clavaria

Larentia clavaria, the mallow, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species was first described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1809. It is found from Siberia in the east to the Iberian Peninsula, North Africa, and the British Isles in the west. I ...

Lycaena dispar

The large copper is a butterfly of the family Lycaenidae. L. dispar has been commonly arranged into three subspecies: L. dispar dispar, which was commonly found in England, but is now extinct, L. d. batavus, can be found in the Netherlands and ha ...

Lithophane semibrunnea

Lithophane semibrunnea, the tawny pinion, is a moth of the Noctuoidea family. It is found in scattered populations in North Africa, central and southern Europe and Asia Minor.

Omphaloscelis lunosa

The lunar underwing is a moth of the family Noctuidae. The species was first described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1809. It has a scattered distribution in western Europe including Spain, Scandinavia and Algeria. This is a variable species, the fo ...

Mesoligia literosa

Mesoligia literosa, the rosy minor, is a moth of the family Noctuidae. The species was first described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1809. It is found throughout Europe, North Africa and western Asia. and east across the Palearctic to Siberia.

Mythimna unipuncta

Mythimna unipuncta, the true armyworm moth, white-speck moth, common armyworm or rice armyworm, is a nocturnal agricultural pest belonging to the family Noctuidae. This moth is also commonly referred to by the scientific name Pseudaletia unipunct ...

Oligia fasciuncula

Forewing bright rufous, the median and terminal areas deeper; the inner and outer lines white, especially the outer on inner margin; stigmata slightly paler; hindwing blackish fuscous, the fringe whitish; - ab. cana Stgr. is much paler, especiall ...

Perizoma bifaciata

Perizoma bifaciata, the barred rivulet, is a moth in the family of geometer moths. It was first described by Adrian Hardy Haworth in 1809.

Photedes minima

The wingspan is 20–23 mm. The length of the forewings is 11–14 mm. Forewing pale ochreous, slightly dusted with darker, and washed with pale ochraceous; the median area in female usually a little deeper coloured, especially in lower half; inner a ...

Phyllonorycter tristrigella

Phyllonorycter tristrigella is a moth of the family Gracillariidae. It is known from all of Europe, except the Iberian Peninsula and the Balkan Peninsula, east to the European part of Russia. It was also recorded from Japan, but this is a misiden ...

Scoparia (moth)

Scoparia is a grass moth genus of subfamily Scopariinae. Some authors have assigned the synonymous taxon Sineudonia to the snout moth family, where all grass moths were once also included, but this seems to be in error. As of 2012, there were abo ...

Sterrhopterix fusca

Sterrhopterix fusca is a moth of the Psychidae family. It is found from England through central Europe, east to Russia, north to Fennoscandia, the Baltic States and Karelia. The southern limit of its range ranges from northern Italy to Romania. T ...

Stilbia anomala

The wingspan is 29–36 mm. Forewing grey, shining; the costa suffused with dark fuscous; inner and outer lines double, blackish,filled in with whitish, irregularly dentate; subterminal pale with suffusedly darker edges; orbicular and reniform stig ...

Theria primaria

Theria primaria, the early moth, is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found throughout Western Europe and the South Caucasus. The wingspan is 32–37 mm 1.3–1.5 in and the forewings are 14–17 mm 0.55–0.67 in long. The ground colour of the for ...

Tinea semifulvella

Tinea semifulvella is a species of tineoid moth. It belongs to the fungus moth family, and therein to the nominate subfamily Tineinae. It is widespread and common in much of western Eurasia, but seems to be absent from Portugal and the Balkans as ...

Chloroclystis v-ata

The v-pug is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found throughout the Palearctic region, the Near East and North Africa. It is well distributed in the British Isles except for the north of Scotland. The species was first described by Adrian H ...

Euselachii

Of the 14 orders that compose Euselachii, 8 belong to the sharks, 6 to the rays, without an intermediate taxon separating sharks of rays. For this reason, some authors have separated Euselachii in two: super-order Selachimorpha corresponding to o ...

Kentucky cave shrimp

The Kentucky cave shrimp is an eyeless, troglobite shrimp. It lives in caves in Barren County, Edmonson County, Hart County and Warren County, Kentucky. The shrimps shell has no pigment; the species is nearly transparent and closely resembles its ...

Araneagryllus

Araneagryllus is an extinct monotypic genus of cricket in the subfamily Phalangopsinae with the sole species Araneagryllus dylani. The fossil was recovered in the Dominican Republic from early Miocene Burdigalian stage Dominican amber deposits on ...

Micropterix schaefferi

Micropterix schaefferi is a species of moth belonging to the family Micropterigidae that was described by John Heath in 1975. Male Micropterix schaefferi have a wingspan of 3.8–5.1 millimetres, while females have a wingspan of 4.7–5.8 millimetres ...

Aseraggodes

It is by far the most species rich genus in the family Soleidae, as there currently are 54 recognized species: Aseraggodes lenisquamis J. E. Randall, 2005 Aseraggodes borehami J. E. Randall, 1996 Borehams sole Aseraggodes filiger M. C. W. Weber, ...

Astronotus crassipinnis

Astronotus crassipinnis is a South American fish in the cichlid family from the southern Amazon basin and the Parana–Paraguay basins. It is not as well-known or common in the aquarium trade as its relative, the more northernly distributed oscar. ...

Heros severus

Heros severus, is a species of tropical freshwater cichlid native to the upper Orinoco and upper Rio Negro basins in South America. It has historically been confused with several other species in the genus, most recently H. liberifer. This specie ...

Crenicichla

Crenicichla is a genus of cichlids native to South America commonly known as the pike cichlids. They are found in most tropical and subtropical freshwater habitats between the Andes and the Atlantic.

Symphysodon

Symphysodon, colloquially known as discus, is a genus of cichlids native to the Amazon river basin in South America. Due to their distinctive shape, behavior, and bright colors and patterns, discus are popular as freshwater aquarium fish, and the ...

Geophagus

Geophagus is a genus of cichlids that mainly live in South America as far south as Argentina and Uruguay, but a single species, G. crassilabris is from Panama. They are found in a wide range of freshwater habitats. They are part of a group popula ...

Geophagus altifrons

Geophagus altifrons is a freshwater eartheater cichlid fish native to the Amazon River Basin, Brazil. Introduced to Singapore, it thrives in slow-moving streams and reservoirs. Its ecological impact on its adopted habitat is still unknown. A memb ...

Xiphophorus hellerii

The green swordtail is a species of freshwater/brackish fish in family Poeciliidae of order Cyprinodontiformes. A live-bearer, it is closely related to the southern platyfish or platy’ and can crossbreed with it. It is native to an area of North ...