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Parantica

Parantica, commonly called tigers, is an Old World genus of butterflies in subfamily Danainae of family Nymphalidae. They are found in southeastern Asia, Indonesia, Papua-New Guinea, and the Philippines. Many of these species are endemic to islan ...

Parantica nilgiriensis

Parantica nilgiriensis, the Nilgiri tiger, is a butterfly found in the Western Ghats and Nilgiri Hills of southern India. It belongs to the danaid group of the brush-footed butterflies family. Parantica nilgiriensis is a near-threatened IUCN 2.3, ...

Parasa

Palpi projecting beyond frontal tuft. Forewings are rounded at apex. Veins 7, 8, and 9 stalked. Veinlet in cell forked or the lower discocellular absent. The fork of the veinlet replacing it. Hindwing with veins 6 and 7 on a short stalk or from c ...

Parasarpa

Parasarpa is a genus of butterflies. Parasarpa hollandi ranges from Lombok to Timor. Parasarpa albidior and Parasarpa houlberti are known only from Yunnan. The three other species occur in northern India and southern China.

Patania

Patania mundalis South in Leech & South, 1901 Patania sabinusalis Walker, 1859 Patania chlorophanta Butler, 1878 Patania emmetris Turner, 1915 Patania palliventralis Snellen, 1890 Patania tardalis Snellen, 1880 Patania agilis Meyrick, 1936 Patani ...

Patissa

Patissa heldi E. Hering, 1903 Patissa taiwanalis Shibuya, 1928 Patissa rubrilinealis Hampson, 1919 Patissa atrilinealis Hampson, 1919 Patissa aenealis Hampson, 1899 Patissa pentamita Turner, 1911 Patissa nigropunctata Wileman & South, 1918 Patiss ...

Pieris naganum

Pieris naganum, the Naga white, is a small butterfly of the family Pieridae, that is, the yellows and whites, which is found in Assam and the Naga Hills in India and in Upper Myanmar.

Poritia

Poritia is a genus of lycaenid butterflies. The species of this genus are found in the Indomalayan realm. Poritia was erected by Frederic Moore in 1887.

Pratapa

Pratapa is a genus of butterflies in the family Lycaenidae. The species of this genus are found in the far eastern Palearctic ecozone and in the Indomalaya ecozone.

Pseudophilotes vicrama

Pseudophilotes vicrama, the eastern baton blue, is a small butterfly found from Asia, east to Tian Shan and parts of China, west to the Balkans, Turkey, eastern Europe to southern Finland. It belongs to the lycaenids or blues family.

Ramila

The palpi are porrect extended forward and slightly scaled, where the third joint is downcurved. Maxillary palpi dilated with scales and nearly as long as the labial palps. Frons produced to a rounded projection nearly as long as the palpi. Anten ...

Rapala (butterfly)

Rapala is a genus of butterflies in the tribe Deudorigini of the subfamily Theclinae of the family Lycaenidae. They are found throughout South Asia and Southeast Asia, with a few species extending to Australia and into the eastern Palaearctic reg ...

Rathinda

Rathinda is a butterfly genus in the family Lycaenidae. It consists of a single species, Rathinda amor, the monkey puzzle, found in Sri Lanka and India.

Sarangesa

Sarangesa maculata Mabille, 1891 Sarangesa gaerdesi Evans, 1949 Sarangesa motozi Wallengren, 1857 Sarangesa phidyle Walker, 1870 Sarangesa princei Karsch, 1896 Sarangesa brigida Plotz, 1879 Sarangesa dasahara Moore, Sarangesa lunula Druce, 1910 S ...

Sarangesa dasahara

Male. Upper side coloured like Sarangesa purendra, a little darker. Forewing with three similar sub-apical dots, a minute dot at the upper end of the cell, with another above it, a very indistinct discal band and indications of a similar middle b ...

Sarangesa purendra

Sarangesa purendra sati de Niceville, 1891 - Gujarat Kutch Sarangesa purendra Moore, 1882 - Himachal Pradesh to Uttarakhand Sarangesa purendra pandra Evans, 1949 - Kerala to Rajasthan Sarangesa purendra hopkinsi Evans, 1921 - Karnataka and Tamil Nadu

Satarupa

Satarupa gopala Moore, 1866 Satarupa valentini Oberthur, 1921 West China Satarupa splendens Tytler, 1914 Naga Hills, Assam, Yunnan Satarupa monbeigi Oberthur, 1921 West China Satarupa nymphalis Speyer, 1879 South China, Korea, Ussuri Satarupa zul ...

Scopula costata

Its wingspan is 26 millimetres 1.0 in. It is a white moth irrorated sprinkled with fuscous. Frons fuscous. Base of collar fulvous. Forewings with a fulvous costal fascia. There is an indistinct antemedial slightly waved oblique fuscous line, and ...

Sinthusa

Sinthusa is a genus of lycaenid butterflies, the sparks. They are small species with the male genitalia and secondary sexual characters of Virachola, but less robust and weaker in flight. The males are easily recognized, with the forewings oily i ...

Spalgis

Spalgis is a genus of butterflies in the family Lycaenidae. Spalgis are found in the Australasian ecozone, the Indomalaya ecozone and the Afrotropic ecozone. The genus was erected by Frederic Moore in 1879.

Tagiades menaka

Tagiades menaka, commonly known as the spotted snow flat or the dark-edged snow flat, is a species of spread-winged skipper butterflies. It contains three subspecies. Tagiades menaka manis Found in the Himalayas from Kashmir to Assam, and Burma T ...

Tajuria

Tajuria androconia Z.G. Wang & Y. Niu, 2002 Tajuria arida Riley, 1923 Tajuria berenis Druce, 1896 Tajuria ogyges de Niceville, 1895 Tajuria sebonga Tytler, 1915 Manipur Tajuria sunia Moulton, 1911 Peninsular Malaya Tajuria luculentus Leech, 1890 ...

Tajuria jehana

Male. Upperside slaty-blue. Forewing with moderately broad costal and outer marginal blackish bands, gradually broadening on the costa from the base to the apex and narrowing down the outer margin to the hinder angle. Hindwing with a broad costal ...

Tapena

Tapena is a monotypic genus of butterflies in the family Hesperiidae subfamily Pyrginae. Its single species is Tapena thwaitesi, the black angle, found in Indomalayan realm. The species was described by Frederic Moore in 1881 and is named after G ...

Teldenia

Teldenia niveata Pagenstecher, 1896 Teldenia obsoleta Warren, 1896 Teldenia specca Wilkinson, 1967 Teldenia vestigiata Butler, 1880 species group niveata Teldenia alba Moore, 1882 Teldenia sparsata Wilkinson, 1967 Teldenia illunata Warren, 1907 T ...

Telicota bambusae

Telicota bambusae, the dark palm dart, is a grass skipper butterfly of the family Hesperiidae. It is found in India, Sri Lanka and on Peninsular Malaysia.

Thaduka

Thaduka is a genus of butterflies in the family Lycaenidae, the blues. It is monotypic, containing only the species Thaduka multicaudata, the many-tailed oak-blue, which is found in India, Burma and Indochina.

Thauria

Thauria or the junglekings is a genus of butterflies in the family Nymphalidae. The genus ranges from Burma to Borneo. The butterflies are large and brightly coloured on the dorsal surface. There is a transverse white stripe on the forewing and o ...

Tirumala gautama

Tirumala gautama, the scarce blue tiger, is a butterfly species found in India and Southeast Asia that belongs to the "crows and tigers", that is, the danaid group of the brush-footed butterflies family.

Udara albocaerulea

Udara albocaerulea, the albocerulean, is a butterfly of the family Lycaenidae. It was described by Frederic Moore in 1879. It is found from India to Myanmar, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan.

Zinaspa todara

Male. Upperside. Forewing black, deep shining purple on the inner portions, including the cell, and the basal two-thirds of the inner area above the internal vein. Hindwing with the purple area more extended, the costa and apex broadly and the ou ...

Zizeeria karsandra

Zizeeria karsandra, the dark grass blue, is a small butterfly first described by Frederic Moore in 1865. It is found from the southern Mediterranean, in a broad band to India, Sri Lanka, the Andaman and Nicobar islands, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysi ...

Dudleya brevifolia

Dudleya brevifolia, is a rare succulent plant known by the common name short-leaved liveforever or short-leaved dudleya. It was formerly a subspecies of Dudleya blochmaniae.

Dudleya multicaulis

Dudleya multicaulis is a succulent plant known by the common name manystem liveforever. This dudleya is endemic to southern California, where it is rare and becoming increasingly uncommon as its habitat is altered.

Dudleya nesiotica

Dudleya nesiotica is a very rare succulent plant known by the common name Santa Cruz Island liveforever. This Dudleya is endemic to Santa Cruz Island, one of the Channel Islands of California. This is a squat plant growing in mats on the rocky, e ...

Dudleya stolonifera

Dudleya stolonifera is a succulent plant known by the common name Laguna Beach liveforever. This is a rare plant which is endemic to the coastline of Orange County, California. It is known from only about six populations in the vicinity of Laguna ...

Dudleya traskiae

Dudleya traskiae is a rare succulent plant known by the common name Santa Barbara Island liveforever. This Dudleya is endemic to Santa Barbara Island, one of the Channel Islands of California, where it grows on rocky bluffs. The plant has a basal ...

Dudleya variegata

Dudleya variegata is a succulent plant known by the common name variegated liveforever. It is native to Baja California and adjacent San Diego County in California, where it grows in several habitat types, including chaparral and vernal pools.

Dudleya viscida

This Dudleya is endemic to southern California, where it is known from only about 20 occurrences in San Diego, Orange, and Riverside Counties. It is mainly found on coastal bluffs and inland chaparral rocky slopes.

Hazardia rosarica

Hazardia rosarica is a Mexican species of shrub in the family Asteraceae. The plant is endemic to Mexico, found only in the state of Baja California in northwestern Mexico. It grows on the Pacific side of the Baja California Peninsula.

Schlumbergera truncata

Schlumbergera truncata, the false Christmas cactus, is a species of plant in the family Cactaceae. It is endemic to a small area of the coastal mountains of south-eastern Brazil where its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist forests ...

Acirsa

According to the World Register of Marine Species, the following species with valid names are included within the genus Acirsa: Acirsa coarctata Acirsa cerralvoensis DuShane, 1970 Acirsa coarctata distantespirata Nordsieck, F., 1972 Acirsa antarc ...

Brachymystax tumensis

Brachymystax tumensis, the blunt-snouted lenok, is a salmonid fish distributed in rivers and lakes in Eastern Asia. It was formerly included in the more widespread species Brachymystax lenok, but more recent research based on differences in morph ...

Microphysogobio

There are currently 28 recognized species in this genus: Microphysogobio jeoni I. S. Kim & H. Yang, 1999 Microphysogobio chinssuensis Nichols, 1926 Microphysogobio zhangi Huang et al., 2017 Microphysogobio kachekensis Ōshima, 1926 Microphysogobio ...

Rhodeus suigensis

Rhodeus suigensis is a temperate freshwater fish belonging to the Acheilognathinae subfamily of the family Cyprinidae. It originated in inland rivers in Japan and the Korean peninsula. It was originally described as Pseudoperilampus suigensis by ...

Thymallus yaluensis

Thymallus yaluensis is a putative species of freshwater fish, a grayling in the salmon family Salmonidae. It is endemic to the upper Yalu River in Korea, on the Chinese border. Thymallus yaluensis is a small fish, the maximum recorded length is 2 ...

Aporocidaris antarctica

Aporocidaris antarctica is a species of sea urchin of the family Ctenocidaridae. Their armour is covered with spines. It is placed in the genus Aporocidaris and lives in the sea. Aporocidaris antarctica was first scientifically described in 1909 ...

Araeosoma

Species in this genus are distinguished from other Echinothuriidae by their lack of ophicephalous pedicellariae despite presence of dactylous ones, and the presence of prominent membranous gaps along horizontal sutures in interambulacral zones of ...

Coeloplana astericola

Coeloplana astericola, the creeping comb jelly, is a species of benthic comb jelly from the tropical western Indo-Pacific region that lives as an episymbiont on starfish such as Echinaster luzonicus.

Dermechinus

Dermechinus is a genus of sea urchin in the family Echinidae found in deep water in the southern Indian, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. It is monotypic, with Dermechinus horridus, sometimes called the cactus urchin, being the only species.