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Amphonyx lucifer

It is found in tropical and subtropical lowlands from Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Costa Rica, south through Venezuela to Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina and Ecuador.

Anambulyx

Anambulyx is a monotypic moth genus in the family Sphingidae erected by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan in 1903. Its only species, Anambulyx elwesi, or Elwes pink-and-green hawkmoth, was first described by Herbert Druce in 1882.

Callosphingia

Callosphingia is a genus of moths in the family Sphingidae, containing one species, Callosphingia circe, which is known from semi-desert and arid scrub throughout eastern Africa. The length of the forewings is 29–36 mm. The forewings are light gr ...

Clanidopsis

Clanidopsis is a genus of moths in the family Sphingidae, containing only one species Clanidopsis exusta, the white-streaked hawkmoth. The genus was erected by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan in 1903 and the species was first described by Arthu ...

Dolbogene

Dolbogene is a monotypic moth genus in the family Sphingidae erected by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan in 1903. Its only species, Dolbogene hartwegii, or Hartwegs sphinx, was first described by Arthur Gardiner Butler in 1875. It is found from ...

Hopliocnema

Hopliocnema is a genus of moths in the family Sphingidae, containing only one species, Hopliocnema brachycera, which is known from Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales. The body is dark smoky grey, the head and thorax are unicolorous. There i ...

Leptoclanis pulchra

Leptoclanis is a genus of moths in the family Sphingidae, containing one species Leptoclanis pulchra, it is known from Brachystegia woodland from Angola and Zimbabwe to Zambia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and southern Tanzania. The forew ...

Leucomonia

Leucomonia is a genus of moths in the family Sphingidae, containing only one species, Leucomonia bethia, which is known from New South Wales and Queensland. Adults have grey forewings, each with some dark angular lines and a dark dot near the mid ...

Manduca andicola

Manduca andicola is a moth of the family Sphingidae first described by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan in 1916. It is found from Central America to Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and Argentina. It is similar to Manduca lefeburii, Manduca incisa and Man ...

Manduca armatipes

Manduca armatipes is a moth of the family Sphingidae first described by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan in 1916. It is found from Argentina and Uruguay to Bolivia. The wingspan is about 96 mm. It is similar in colour and pattern to Manduca lich ...

Manduca bergi

Manduca bergi is a moth of the family Sphingidae first described by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan in 1903. It is found in Argentina and Bolivia. The wingspan is about 83 mm. The body and wings are greyish creamy buff, dusted with brown and oc ...

Manduca brasiliensis

Manduca brasiliensis is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is found in Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. It is similar to Manduca scutata. The primary differences are as follows: it is smaller; the sides of the thorax and upper portion of the head ...

Manduca clarki

Manduca clarki is a moth of the family Sphingidae first described by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan in 1916. It is known from Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia. The length of the forewings is 45–50 mm. It is similar in appearance to ...

Manduca muscosa

It is found from southern and western Arizona in tropical and subtropical lowlands and premontane forests and oak woodland, then south through Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

Manduca occulta

Manduca occulta, the occult sphinx, is a moth of the family Sphingidae. The species was first described by Rothschild & Karl Jordan in 1903. It is found from Panama north through Central America and Mexico to southern Arizona and on occasion sout ...

Papilio sosia

Papilio sosia, the medium green-banded swallowtail, is a butterfly of the family Papilionidae. It is found in the Afrotropical ecozone. The species was first described by Walter Rothschild in 1903. The larva feeds on Zanthoxylum and Citrus.

Parum

Parum is monotypic moth genus in the family Sphingidae erected by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan in 1903. Its single species, Parum colligata, was first described by Francis Walker in 1856.

Philodila

Philodila is a genus of moths in the family Sphingidae first described by Walter Rothschild and Karl Jordan in 1903. Its only species, Philodila astyanor, described by Jean Baptiste Boisduval in 1875, is known from the Society Islands in the Sout ...

Poliodes roseicornis

Poliodes is a genus of moths in the family Sphingidae, containing one species, Poliodes roseicornis, which is known from dry bush in Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya. The length of the forewings is 20–22 mm for males and 28–30 mm for females. The body ...

Rhagastis

Rhagastis binoculata Matsumura 1909 Rhagastis lambertoni Clark 1923 Rhagastis meridionalis Gehlen, 1928 Rhagastis castor Walker 1856 Rhagastis olivacea Moore 1872 Rhagastis mongoliana Butler 1876 Rhagastis diehli Haxaire & Melichar, 2010 Rhagasti ...

Sphinx maurorum

Sphinx maurorum, the southern pine hawkmoth, is a moth of the family Sphingidae. The species was first described by Karl Jordan in 1931. It is found on the Iberian Peninsula, as well as in southern and central France as far north as Correze and a ...

Baraus petrel

Baraus petrel is a medium-sized gadfly petrel from the family Procellariidae. Its main breeding site is the island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean.

Djibouti francolin

The Djibouti spurfowl or Djibouti francolin is a species of bird in the pheasant family Phasianidae. It is critically endangered and found only in Djibouti, a nation in the Horn of Africa. This species is grayish-brown overall with white stripes ...

Acerodon

Acerodon is a genus of bats in the family Pteropodidae containing five species, all native to forests in Southeast Asia, and all considered threatened. They are closely related to Pteropus.

Brocchinia (gastropod)

According to the World Register of Marine Species WoRMS the following species with a valid name are included within the genus Brocchinia: Brocchinia kaiensis Verhecken, 1997 Brocchinia canariensis Rolan & Hernandez, 2009 Brocchinia fischeri A. Ad ...

Naquetia

Species within the genus Naquetia include: Naquetia rhondae Houart & Lorenz, 2015 Naquetia vokesae Houart, 1986 Naquetia barclayi Reeve, 1858 Naquetia manwaii Houart & Heros, 2013 Naquetia fosteri DAttilio & Hertz, 1987 Naquetia triqueter Born, 1 ...

Paziella

The biconic, medium-sized shell has its varices dissected into spines. The aperture is ovoid and smooth inside. The anal sinus is almost closed. The columella is smooth. This Caribbean genus is closely related to Poirieria from the Indo-Pacific r ...

Poirieria

Species within the genus Poirieria include: Poirieria syrinx Marshall & Houart,1995 Poirieria kopua Dell, 1956 Poirieria actinophora Dall, 1889 Poirieria tenuis Houart, 2001 Poirieria zelandica Quoy & Gaimard, 1833 Poirieria fragilis Houart, 1996 ...

Scalptia

Species within the genus Scalptia include: Scalptia vangoethemi Verhecken, 1995 Scalptia articularis G.B. Sowerby I, 1832b Scalptia scalariformis Lamarck, 1822b Scalptia mercadoi Old, 1968 Scalptia crispa G.B. Sowerby I, 1832b Scalptia contabulat ...

Siphonochelus

Siphonochelus is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Muricidae, the murex snails or rock snails. It was first described by Felix Pierre Jousseaume in 1880.

Siratus

Species within the genus Siratus include: Siratus kugleri Clench & Perez Farfante, 1945 Siratus carolynae Vokes, 1990 Siratus caudacurtus Houart, 1999 Siratus ciboney Clench & Perez Farfante, 1945 Siratus bessei Houart, 2000 Siratus coltrorum Vok ...

Sveltia

This genus is known in the fossil records from the Paleocene to the Pliocene age range: from 55.8 to 2.588 million years ago. Fossils are found in the marine strata of the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, India, Italy, Mexico, Argentina, Belgium, Ger ...

Typhina

Typhina is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Muricidae, the murex snails or rock snails. It was first described by Felix Pierre Jousseaume in 1880.

Typhinellus

Typhinellus is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Muricidae, the murex snails or rock snails. It was first described by Felix Pierre Jousseaume in 1880.

Typhisopsis

Typhisopsis is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Muricidae, the murex snails or rock snails. It was first described by Felix Pierre Jousseaume in 1880.

Zoila

Species within the genus Zoila include: Zoila venusta G.B. Sowerby I, 1847 Zoila ketyana L. Raybaudi, 1978 † Zoila chathamensis Cernohorsky, 1971 Zoila eludens L. Raybaudi, 1991 † Zoila gigas McCoy, 1867 Zoila decipiens E.A. Smith, 1880 Zoila per ...

Zonaria (gastropod)

Extinct species within the genus Zonaria include: † Zonaria dertamygdaloides Sacco 1894 † Zonaria fabagina Lamarck 1810 † Zonaria tumulus Heilprin 1886 † Zonaria theresae Dolin 1991 † Zonaria pseudotumulus Landau and Groves 2011 † Zonaria pittoru ...

Artomyces

Artomyces is a genus of coral fungi in the family Auriscalpiaceae. It was circumscribed by Walter Julich in 1982, who set Artomyces pyxidatus as the type species.

Atheliales

The Atheliaceae are a family composed exclusively of corticioid fungi, placed under the monotypic order Atheliales. Both the order and the family were described by Walter Julich in 1981. According to a 2008 estimate, the family contains 20 genera ...

Cylindrobasidium

Cylindrobasidium is a genus of corticioid fungi in the family Physalacriaceae. circumscribed by Swiss mycologist Walter Julich in 1974, As of June 2015, Index Fungorum lists eight species in the genus.

Fomitopsidaceae

The Fomitopsidaceae are a family of fungi in the order Polyporales. Most species are parasitic on woody plants, and tend to cause brown rots. The name comes from Fomitopsis + -aceae.

Gigasperma

Gigasperma is a monotypic genus of fungi in the order Agaricales with a single species, G. cryptica. It is treated either as the only genus in the monotypic family Gigaspermaceae, or part of the wider Cortinariaceae. Gigasperma was circumscribed ...

Grammothelopsis

Grammothelopsis is a fungal genus in the family Polyporaceae. It was circumscribed in 1982 by Swiss mycologist Walter Julich, with Grammothelopsis macrospora as the type species. Species of Grammothelopsis have fruit bodies that are effused-refle ...

Leptosporomyces

Leptosporomyces is a genus of resupinate fungi in the family Amylocorticiaceae. The genus is widespread in the Northern Hemisphere and contains 11 species.

Phanerochaetaceae

Phanerochaetaceae was first conceived by Swedish mycologist John Eriksson in 1958 as the subfamily Phanerochaetoideae of the Corticiaceae. It was later published validly by Erast Parmasto in 1986, and raised to familial status by Swiss mycologist ...

Phlebiopsis

Phlebiopsis is a genus of poroid crust fungi in the family Phanerochaetaceae. The genus contains 11 species, which collectively have a widespread distribution. The genome sequence of the type species, Phlebiopsis gigantea, was published in 2014.

Euura atra

Euura atra is a species of sawfly belonging to the family Tenthredinidae. The larvae feed internally on the shoots of willows and do not usually form galls, although it is included in plant gall literature such as British Plant Galls. It was firs ...

Elachista aurita

Elachista aurita is a moth of the family Elachistidae. It is found in the southern parts of the eastern coast of Queensland. The wingspan is 6–6.2 millimetres 0.24–0.24 in for males and 5.8–6.4 millimetres 0.23–0.25 in for females. The forewings ...

Elachista bidens

Elachista bidens is a moth of the family Elachistidae that is found in Western Australia. The wingspan is about 10.6 millimetres 0.42 in for males and 12.7 millimetres 0.50 in for females. The forewings are blue. The hindwings are grey. The larva ...

Elachista carcharota

Elachista carcharota is a moth of the family Elachistidae. It is found in Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. The wingspan is 11.6–12.9 millimetres 0.46–0.51 in for males. The forewings are pale grey. The hindwings are grey. The larv ...