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Spalgis epius

Spalgis epius, the apefly, is a small butterfly found in the Indomalayan realm that belongs to the lycaenids or blues family. It gets its name from the supposed resemblance of its pupa to the face of an ape.

                                               

Stichophthalma godfreyi

Stichophthalma godfreyi is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. It is found in scattered areas in South-East Asia, including Burma and Thailand. The wingspan of 90-180 mm.

                                               

Stichophthalma louisa

Stichophthalma louisa siamensis Rothschild, 1916. Stichophthalma louisa tytleri Rothschild, 1918. Stichophthalma louisa ranohngensis Okano, 1985. Stichophthalma louisa mathilda Janet, 1905 southern Yunnan. Stichophthalma louisa eamesi Monastyrski ...

                                               

Suastus gremius

Male. Upperside olive-brown. Forewing with ochreous-white spots, a small one in the middle of the discocellulars, sometimes a minute one above it, three sub-apical small spots, the upper one usually minute, three discal larger spots in an oblique ...

                                               

Tagiades gana

Tagiades gana, the immaculate snow flat, large snow flat or suffused snow flat, is a butterfly belonging to the family Hesperiidae found in Indomalayan realm.

                                               

Tagiades japetus

Tagiades japetus, commonly known as the pied flat or the common snow flat, is a species of spread-winged skipper butterfly belonging to the family Hesperiidae. It is widely distributed, being found from India, the Himalayas, Southeast Asia, to Au ...

                                               

Tagiades parra

Tagiades parra is a species of spread-winged skipper butterflies in the genus Tagiades. It is found from Sikkim and Assam to Indochina and all throughout maritime Southeast Asia. The species was first described by the German entomologist Hans Fru ...

                                               

Taractrocera maevius

Male. Upperside olive-brown, with yellowish-white markings. Forewing with a short streak on the median vein in the middle of the cell, another above it at the upper end, with two short small streaks between it and the costa, sometimes connected t ...

                                               

Telicota colon

Telicota colon, commonly known as the pale palm dart or common palm dart, is a butterfly belonging to the family Hesperiidae found in India to Australia.

                                               

Telicota ohara

Telicota ohara, the northern large darter, is a butterfly of the family Hesperiidae. It is found in the Oriental and Australian Regions, but not on the Pacific islands. The wingspan is about 30 mm. The larvae feed on flagellaria indica. It create ...

                                               

Thaumantis diores

Thaumantis diores, the jungle glory, is a butterfly found in South Asia that belongs to the Morphinae subfamily of the brush-footed butterflies family.

                                               

Thauria lathyi

The jungleking ranges from Manipur to southern Myanmar. and Indochina. Related species, tufted jungleking Thauria aliris Fruhstorfer, 1902 occurs in Asia.

                                               

Trogonoptera brookiana

Rajah Brookes birdwing is a birdwing butterfly from the rainforests of the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Natuna, Sumatra, and various small islands west of Sumatra. The butterfly was named by the naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace in 1855, after Ja ...

                                               

Trogonoptera trojana

The Palawan birdwing or triangle birdwing is a birdwing butterfly of the family Papilionidae. It is endemic to Palawan in the Philippines. It is one of only two species in its genus, the other being the more widespread Rajah Brookes birdwing, whe ...

                                               

Troides aeacus

Troides aeacus has a wingspan reaching about 15–16 centimetres 5.9–6.3 in. In the males the forewings are black, with veins bordered by whitish colour, while the hindwings are bright yellow. The underside of the wings is quite similar to the upsi ...

                                               

Troides amphrysus

Troides amphrysus is a member of the Troides amphrysus species group. The members of this clade are: Troides miranda Butler, 1869. Troides andromache Staudinger, 1892. Troides cuneifera Oberthur, 1879. Troides amphrysus Cramer. (Amphrysus троидес ...

                                               

Troides cuneifera

Troides cuneifera is a large butterfly belonging to the swallowtail family, Papilionidae, found in the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java and Borneo. Being very similar to Troides amphrysus, the butterfly was originally described as Ornithoptera ...

                                               

Vindula dejone

Vindula dejone, the Malay cruiser, is a butterfly from the family Nymphalidae found in Southeast Asia. It is sexually dimorphic. The larvae feed on Adenia.

                                               

Vindula erota

Male upperside bright orange yellow. Forewing olivaceous brown at base with the following black markings: three short sinuous transverse lines across the cell, the discocellulars with an inner and outer slender line, a lunular inner discal broken ...

                                               

Ypthima baldus

Male: Upperside brown, both forewing and hindwing with terminal margins much darker, and generally with more or less distinct subbasal and discal dark bands. Forewing with a large, slightly oblique, oval, bi-pupilled, yellow-ringed black, pre-api ...

                                               

Zemeros flegyas

Z. f. allica Fabricius, 1787 Burma, Thailand, Langkawi, Indo China. Z. f. flegyas Assam, northern India, southern Yunnan. Z. f. sparsus Fruhstorfer, 1898 Nias island. Z. f. annamensis Fruhstorfer, 1912 Annam. Z. f. javanus Moore, 1902 Java. Z. f. ...

                                               

Zeuxidia aurelius

Zeuxidia aurelius, the giant Saturn, is a species of butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. It is found in Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo. The wingspan is about 145 mm.

                                               

Zographetus ogygia

In 1866, William Chapman Hewitson described this butterfly as: On top of a reddish-brown. Fore wing with five transparent spots, four in the middle. The bottom is rusty. Fore wing with the base and center brown. Rear wing with two brown spots bef ...

                                               

Amnicola limosus

This species is distributed in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean and along the Gulf of Maine. Amnicola limosus has been found in Utah. Locality Type the Delaware river and Schuylkill.

                                               

Anguispira alternata

Anguispira alternata, common name the flamed disc or flamed tigersnail, is a species of air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Discidae, the disk snails.

                                               

Argyrotaenia quadrifasciana

Argyrotaenia quadrifasciana, the four-lined leafroller moth, four-banded leafroller or lesser all-green leafroller, is a species of moth of the family Tortricidae. It is found in North America, where it has been recorded from Nova Scotia to West ...

                                               

Evergreen bagworm

The evergreen bagworm, commonly known as bagworm, eastern bagworm, common bagworm, common basket worm, or North American bagworm, is a moth that spins its cocoon in its larval life, decorating it with bits of plant material from the trees on whic ...

                                               

Blue corporal

The blue corporal, also known as little corporal, is a dragonfly in the Libellulidae, or skimmer family. First described as Libellula deplanata by Jules Pierre Rambur in 1842, it is common across much of the eastern United States.

                                               

Boreal bluet

The boreal bluet is a small damselfly with a length of 1 to 1.6 inches 26 to 40 mm long. The male is predominately blue on the sides of its thorax, and the upper side of its abdomen. Its lower abdominal appendages are longer than its upper append ...

                                               

Brood X

Brood X, the Great Eastern Brood, is one of 15 broods of periodical cicadas that appear regularly throughout the eastern United States. It has the greatest range and concentration of any of the 17-year cicadas. Every 17 years, brood x cicadas tun ...

                                               

Brood XI

Brood XI was one of the broods of periodical cicadas that appeared regularly in the eastern United States. It was one of the smallest 17-year broods, consisting exclusively of the species Magicicada septendecim, and was historically restricted to ...

                                               

Cemophora coccinea copei

Cemophora coccinea copei, commonly known as the northern scarlet snake, is a subspecies of harmless colubrid snake that is found in the southern and eastern United States.

                                               

Crappie

Crappies are a genus, Pomoxis, of North American fresh water fish in the sunfish family Centrarchidae. Both species in this genus are popular pan fish.

                                               

Desert whitetail

The desert whitetail is a medium-sized dragonfly with length of 1 5/8 to 2 inches 40 to 50 mm. It has a wingspan of 65 to 75 mm 2.6 to 3.0 in. This dragonfly has a broad abdomen. Mature males, females, and immature males of desert whitetails look ...

                                               

Double-striped bluet

The double-striped bluet is species of damselfly in the family Coenagrionidae. This species grows to lengths 21–28 mm. Its common name from the peculiar black shoulder stripe, which is divided in two by a thin blue stripe. This is the key identif ...

                                               

Eastern amberwing

The eastern amberwing is a species of dragonfly in the family Libellulidae. It is very small, reaching a total length of no more than 25 mm. The males have orange or amber wings. Both sexes have a red pterostigma. The eastern amberwing dragonfly ...

                                               

Fumontana

While members of the family Triaenochychidae are well represented in western North America, Chile, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Korea, and Japan, F. deprehendor is the first species found in the eastern United States. The Appalachian mil ...

                                               

Haplotrema concavum

Haplotrema concavum, the gray-footed lancetooth, is a species of predatory air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Haplotrematidae.

                                               

Lampropeltis calligaster rhombomaculata

Lampropeltis calligaster rhombomaculata known commonly as the mole kingsnake or brown kingsnake is a subspecies of the prairie kingsnake.

                                               

Lestes vigilax

Lestes vigilax, the swamp spreadwing, is a damselfly of the genus Lestes. It grows between 42 and 55 mm long. It ranges from eastern North America west to Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Texas, and to Georgia and South Carolina. It is most commonly seen ...

                                               

Marsh bluet

Adult – Male marsh bluets have a blue thorax with a broad black stripe above and has two black shoulder stripes. Its slender abdomen is mostly blue with black marks along the top and with a black tip. The large eyes are dark blue-black with small ...

                                               

Osmia lignaria

Osmia lignaria, commonly known as the orchard mason bee or blue orchard bee, is a megachilid bee that makes nests in reeds and natural holes, creating individual cells for its brood that are separated by mud dividers. Unlike carpenter bees, it ca ...

                                               

Patera (gastropod)

Patera is a genus of land snails in the family Polygyridae. The name comes from the Latin Patera "saucer" and refers to the highly depressed, saucer-like form of the shell of these snails. In addition to the flattened shell, group members are imp ...

                                               

Plestiodon fasciatus

The five-lined skink is a species of lizard in the family Scincidae. The species is endemic to North America. It is one of the most common lizards in the eastern U.S. and one of the seven native species of lizards in Canada.

                                               

Stream bluet

The stream bluet is a species of American bluet damselflies in the family Coenagrionidae. Its length is 29–37 mm. Many bluet species prefer ponds and lakes, the stream bluet as its name implies is most at home along moving waters. It can be found ...

                                               

Tabanus nigrovittatus

Tabanus nigrovittatus, also known as the greenhead horse fly, salt marsh greenhead, or simply the greenhead fly, greenhead or greenfly, is a species of biting horse-fly commonly found around coastal marshes of the Eastern United States. The bitin ...

                                               

Tule bluet

The damselfly has a blue and black abdomen, usually with more black than blue. The black humeral stripes are about a half the width of the blue antehumerals. The tule bluet postocular spots are small and triangular, they are separated by a thin o ...

                                               

Crotalus lutosus

Adult specimens are 66–121 cm 26– 47 5 ⁄ 8 in overall length, but rarely exceed 1 m 39 1 ⁄ 4 in. The males grow larger than the females. On the subject of scalation, one of the more distinctive features of this subspecies is that it has three or ...

                                               

Great Basin collared lizard

The Great Basin collared lizard, also known commonly as the desert collared lizard or the Mojave black-collared lizard, is a species of lizard in the family Crotaphytidae. The species is endemic to the Western United States. It is very similar to ...

                                               

Humboldt cutthroat trout

The Humboldt cutthroat trout is a subspecies of cutthroat trout, a North American fish in the family Salmonidae. It is one of the several subspecies of cutthroat trout. It was formally scientifically named in 2008 by Trotter and Behnke, who state ...

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