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Neostygarctus

Neostygarctus is a genus of tardigrades. It is the only genus in the family Neostygarctidae. It was named and described by Grimaldi de Zio, DAddabbo Gallo and Morone De Lucia in 1982.

Oreella

Oreella is a genus of tardigrades in the family Oreellidae. It is the only genus of that family. It was named and described by James Murray in 1920, the family Oreellidae was named and described by Giuseppe Ramazzotti in 1962.

Parastygarctus

The genus includes seven species: Parastygarctus svennevigi Hansen, Kristensen & Jorgensen, 2012. Parastygarctus robustus Hansen, Kristensen & Jorgensen, 2012. Parastygarctus biungulatus Morone De Lucia, Grimaldi de Zio & DAddabbo Gallo, 1984. Pa ...

Parmursa

Parmursa is a genus of tardigrades, in the subfamily Euclavarctinae which is part of the family Halechiniscidae. The genus was named and described by Jeanne Renaud-Mornant in 1984.

Pseudostygarctus

Pseudoastygarctus is a genus of tardigrades in the family Stygarctidae. The genus was first described and named by McKirdy, Schmidt & McGinty-Bayly in 1976.

Raiarctus

The genus includes five species: Raiarctus colurus Renaud-Mornant, 1981 - type species. Raiarctus katrinae Jorgensen, Boesgaard, Mobjerg & Kristensen, 2014. Raiarctus variabilis D’Addabbo Gallo, Grimaldi de Zio & Morone De Lucia, 1986. Raiarctus ...

Renaudarctidae

Renaudarctidae are a family of tardigrades. It was first described in 1984 by Reinhardt Kristensen and Robert P. Higgins, and named after biologist Jeanne Renaud-Mornant.

Renaudarctus

Renaudarctus is a genus of tardigrades in the family Renaudarctidae. The genus was first described by Reinhardt Kristensen and Robert P. Higgins in 1984, and named after biologist Jeanne Renaud-Mornant.

Rhomboarctus

The genus includes three species: Rhomboarctus aslaki Hansen, Gallo D’Addabbo & de Zio Grimaldi, 2003. Rhomboarctus thomassini Renaud-Mornant, 1984. Rhomboarctus duplicicaudatus Hansen, Gallo D’Addabbo & de Zio Grimaldi, 2003.

Stygarctidae

The Stygarctidae are a family of tardigrades. The family was first described by Schulz in 1951. The genus Neoarctus was first placed in the family Stygarctidae, but it was moved to a separate family, Neoarctidae, in 1998.

Stygarctus

Stygarctus is a genus of tardigrades in the family Stygarctidae. It was named by Erich Schulz in 1951. The name is a combination of Greek Styx and arktos.

Styraconyx

The genus includes thirteen species: Styraconyx tyrrhenus DAddabbo Gallo, Morone De Lucia & Grimaldi de Zio, 1989 - Tyrrhenian water bear. Styraconyx sardiniae DAddabbo Gallo, Morone De Lucia & Grimaldi de Zio, 1989 - Sardinian water bear. Styrac ...

Styraconyxidae

The family includes the following genera: Raiarctus Renaud-Mornant, 1981. (Raiarctus Рено-Mornant, 1981) Rhomboarctus Renaud-Mornant, 1984. (Rhomboarctus Рено-Mornant, 1984) Lepoarctus Kristensen & Renaud-Mornant, 1983. Styraconyx Thulin, 1942. ( ...

Tanarctus

The genus includes 13 species: Tanarctus heterodactylus Renaud-Mornant, 1980. Tanarctus ramazzottii Renaud-Mornant, 1975. Tanarctus hirsutospinosus Jorgensen, Boesgaard, Mobjerg & Kristensen, 2014. Tanarctus bubulubus Jorgensen & Kristensen, 2001 ...

Testechiniscus

The genus includes four species: Testechiniscus laterculus. (Laterculus Testechiniscus) Testechiniscus meridionalis Murray, 1906. Testechiniscus spitsbergensis Scourfield, 1897. Testechiniscus macronyx Richters, 1907.

Wingstrandarctus

Wingstrandarctus is a genus of tardigrades, in the subfamily Florarctinae which is part of the family Halechiniscidae. The genus was named and described by Kristensen in 1984.

List of endemic birds of Australia

This article is one of a series providing information about endemism among birds in the worlds various zoogeographic zones. For an overview of this subject see Endemism in birds.

List of endemic birds of Borneo

This article is one of a series providing information about endemism among birds in the worlds various zoogeographic zones. For an overview of this subject see Endemism in birds.

List of endemic birds of the Galapagos Islands

This article is one of a series providing information about endemism among birds in the worlds various zoogeographic zones. For an overview of this subject see Endemism in birds.

List of endemic birds of the Himalayas

This article is one of a series providing information about endemism among birds in the worlds various zoogeographic zones. For an overview of this subject see Endemism in birds.

List of endemic birds of the Western Palearctic

The following is a list of the restricted-range endemic bird species found in the Western Palearctic region: Spanish imperial eagle. (Испанский императорский орел) Tenerife goldcrest. (Королек Тенерифе) Raso lark. (РАСО Ларк) Blue chaffinch. (Гол ...

List of endemic birds of New Caledonia

This article is one of a series providing information about endemism among birds in the worlds various zoogeographic zones. For an overview of this subject, see Endemism in birds.

List of endemic birds of southern Africa

The following is a list of bird species endemic or near-endemic to southern Africa. Chorister robin-chat, Cossypha dichroa. Dune lark, Certhilauda erythrochlamys. Black-faced babbler, Turdoides melanops. Rufous-winged cisticola, Cisticola galacto ...

Bornean black magpie

The Bornean black magpie, also known as the black crested magpie, is a treepie in the family Corvidae. It is endemic to the Southeast Asian island of Borneo.

Chestnut-hooded laughingthrush

The chestnut-hooded laughingthrush is a species of bird in the family Leiothrichidae. It is found in Borneo. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. It used to be c ...

Cream-eyed bulbul

The cream-eyed bulbul is a member of the bulbul family of passerine birds. It is endemic to the island of Borneo. He was once a ferruginous color Morph red-eyed population burnaska cream-vented Bulbul P. simplex, especially as the actual ferrugin ...

Pale-faced bulbul

The pale-faced bulbul is a distinctive subspecies of the flavescent bulbul and is considered by some authorities as a full species, Pycnonotus leucops.

White-crowned shama

It is closely related to the white-rumped shama Copsychus malabaricus, and is sometimes considered a subspecies of that species. In turn, the white-crowned shama has two subspecies: C. s. stricklandii Motley & Dillwyn, 1855 – north and north-east ...

Spectacled flowerpecker

The spectacled flowerpecker is a species of bird belonging to the flowerpecker family, Dicaeidae. It was first observed in 2009 in the forests of Borneo, but due to limited information and the lack of a specimen for scientific study, it was not f ...

Bornean swiftlet

The Bornean swiftlet, also referred to as the Kinabalu linchi swiftlet, is a small bird in the swift family Apodidae. It is endemic to the northern mountains of the island of Borneo. It has variously been considered a subspecies of the glossy swi ...

Small ground finch

The small ground finch is a species of bird in the tanager family Thraupidae. Endemic to the Galapagos Islands, it is common and widespread in shrubland, woodland, and other habitats on most islands in the archipelago. It commonly feeds on small ...

Lava heron

The lava heron, also known as the Galapagos heron, is a species of heron endemic to the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. It is considered by some authorities - including the American Ornithological Society and BirdLife International - to be a subspe ...

Rhynochetos

Rhynochetos jubatus is the only extant species of this genus and of the family Rhynochetidae. It is closely related to tropic bird of tropical Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans with its closest living relative being the Sunbittern Eurypyga heli ...

Oberholsers fruit dove

Oberholsers fruit dove is a species of bird in the family Columbidae. It is endemic to Sulawesi. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.

Sulawesi streaked flycatcher

The Sulawesi streaked flycatcher is a small passerine bird in the Old World flycatcher family. It has only been recorded in Sulawesi, where it is known to breed. It appears not to be endangered, being less sensitive to disturbance than many of So ...

Wakatobi flowerpecker

The Wakatobi flowerpecker is a subspecies of the grey-sided flowerpecker that is endemic to the Wakatobi Islands of Indonesia. Some authorities consider it to be a separate species as Dicaeum kuehni.

Wakatobi white-eye

The Wakatobi white-eye is a species of bird in the family Zosteropidae. It is endemic to Indonesia, where it is known only from the Wakatobi Islands off SE Sulawesi. It can be distinguished from most other Indonesian white-eyes by its bright yell ...

Barolo shearwater

The Barolo shearwater, also known as the North Atlantic little shearwater or Macaronesian shearwater, is a small shearwater which breeds in the Azores and Canaries of Macaronesia in the North Atlantic Ocean. Puffinus is a New Latin loanword based ...

Patella aspera

Patella aspera is a species of limpet, a type of sea snail in the family Patellidae. Long considered to be a subspecies of Patella ulyssiponensis, genetic evidence supports its recognition as a separate species. It is native to Macaronesia. It is ...

Madeiran chaffinch

The Madeiran chaffinch is a small passerine bird in the finch family Fringillidae. It is a subspecies of the common chaffinch that is endemic to the Portuguese island of Madeira, part of Macaronesia in the North Atlantic Ocean. It is locally know ...

Elachista encumeadae

Elachista encumeadae is a moth of the family Elachistidae that is endemic to Madeira. There are at least two generations per year. The larvae feed on Festuca donax. They mine the leaves of their host plant.

Aimophila

Aimophila is a genus of American sparrows. The derivation of the genus name is from aimos /αιμος "thicket" and phila /φιλα "loving". Some species that were previously classified in Aimophila is now considered in the genus Peucaea.

Ammodramus

Ammodramus is a genus of birds in the family Passerellidae, in the group known as American sparrows. Birds of this genus are known commonly as Grassland sparrows. The name Ammodramus is from the Greek for "sand runner". These birds live in grass. ...

Amphispiza

Amphispiza is a genus of birds in the American sparrow family. It contains two species: Five-striped sparrow Amphispiza quinquestriata. Black-throated sparrow, Amphispiza bilineata. It has long been considered to contain Sparrow complex as well a ...

Artemisiospiza

Artemisiospiza is a genus of birds in the American sparrow family, formally described by Klicka and Banks, 2011. It contains two species: Sagebrush sparrow Artemisiospiza nevadensis. Bells sparrow, Artemisiospiza belli. These two species have his ...

Junco

A junco, genus Junco, is a small North American bird. Junco systematics are still confusing after decades of research, with various authors accepting between three and twelve species. Despite having a name that appears to derive from the Spanish ...

Melospiza

Melospiza is a genus of passerine birds formerly placed in the family Emberizidae, but it is now placed in Passerellidae. The genus, commonly referred to as "song sparrows," currently contains three species, all of which are native to North Ameri ...

Melozone

Melozone is a genus of mostly neotropical birds in the Passerellidae family, found mainly in Mexico. Three species reach as far north as the southwestern United States, two species reach as far south as Costa Rica, and two are endemic to Mexico. ...

Passerculus

Passerculus is a genus of birds that belongs to the New World sparrow family Passerellidae. While formerly considered to include just the Savannah sparrow, recent studies by Birdlife International indicate that there 6 species in the genus. Speci ...

Spizella

The genus Spizella is a group of American sparrows in the family Passerellidae. These birds are quite small and slim, with short bills, round heads and long wings. They are usually found in semi-open areas, and outside the nesting season they oft ...

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