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Koumpiodontosuchus

The first fossilised fragment of a skull was discovered by Diane Trevarthen on a beach near Sandown in the Isle of Wight in March 2011. Three months later, the second fragment of the skull was found by Austin and Finley Nathan. The two fragments ...

                                               

Nostolepis

Nostolepis is an extinct genus of acanthodian fish which lived in the Late Silurian to Middle Devonian. Members of the genus include Nostolepis gracilis and Nostolepis striata.

                                               

Palaeorhynchus

Palaeorhynchus is a genus of prehistoric fish from Central and Southeastern Europe that was described by Wagner in 1860. One fossil found is dated 28.4 to 33.9 million years ago.

                                               

Sapheosaurus

Sapheosaurus was an extinct genus of Late Jurassic sphenodont. Its skull was longer and narrower than that of Homoeosaurus. It was classified as a genus of sapheosaur by Michael Benton in 1985. It reached a length of 70 cm from snout to tail. Sap ...

                                               

Simoedosaurus

Simoedosaurus is an extinct reptile known from the Paleocene of North America, Europe and western Asia, and a member of the Choristodera, a group of aquatic reptiles that lived in the Northern Hemisphere from the Jurassic to the early Cenozoic.

                                               

West Runton Mammoth

The West Runton Mammoth is a fossilized skeleton of a steppe mammoth found in the cliffs of West Runton in the county of Norfolk, England in 1990. The find is the largest nearly complete mammoth skeleton known, and is the oldest found in the Unit ...

                                               

Apatolichas

Apatolichas is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived during the later part of the Arenig stage of the Ordovician Period, approximately 478 to 471 million years ago.

                                               

Archaeagnostus

Archaeagnostus is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived from the terminal Toyonian to early Amgaian. Species belonging to this genus have been found in Eastern North America, Newfoundland, ...

                                               

Arcuolimbus

Arcuolimbus is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived from 501 to 490 million years ago during the Dresbachian faunal stage of the late Cambrian Period.

                                               

Arganodus

Arganodus is an extinct genus of Ceratodontidae. Its fossils have been found in the Redonda Formation, New Mexico, and the Cumnock Formation, North Carolina, although the North Carolinian specimens are smaller than most recorded specimens. Fossil ...

                                               

Bathydiscus

Bathydiscus is known from the Lower Cambrian of the United States, and of Canada Newfoundland.

                                               

Bay goby

Lepidogobius lepidus, the bay goby or finescale goby, is a species of goby native to the Pacific coast of North America from British Columbia, Canada to Baja California, Mexico where it can be found on muddy substrates from the intertidal zone to ...

                                               

Bevanopsis

Bevanopsis is a genus of trilobites in the order Phacopida, which existed in what is now Virginia, U.S.A. It was described by Cooper in 1953, and the type species is Bevanopsis ulrichi.

                                               

Bolbolenellus

Bolbolenellus is an extinct genus of trilobites, fossil marine arthropods, with five species attributed to it currently. It can be easily distinguished from all other trilobites by the combination of the absence of dorsal sutures in the head shie ...

                                               

Bonneterrina

Bonneterrina is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived from 501 to 490 million years ago during the Dresbachian faunal stage of the late Cambrian Period.

                                               

Coosella

Coosella is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived from 501 to 490 million years ago during the Dresbachian faunal stage of the late Cambrian Period.

                                               

Coosella helena

Coosella helena is an extinct marine species of trilobite from the middle to upper Cambrian period. Fossils of this species can be found in North America, specifically, Canada. This specific species of trilobite was discovered by Christina Lochma ...

                                               

Coosina

Coosina is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived from 501 to 490 million years ago during the Dresbachian faunal stage of the late Cambrian Period. It is one of oldest fossils.

                                               

Crepicephalus

Crepicephalus is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived from 501 to 490 million years ago during the Dresbachian faunal stage of the late Cambrian Period.

                                               

Dimeropygiella

Dimeropygiella is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived during the Arenig stage of the Ordovician Period, approximately 478 to 471 million years ago.

                                               

Elliptocephala

Elliptocephala is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived from the later part of the Tommotian to the upper Botomian. Elliptocephala can easily be confused with Ellipsocephalus, a trilobite g ...

                                               

Hemicalypterus

Hemicalypterus is an extinct genus of prehistoric ray-finned fish that lived during the late Triassic period. Fossils of species have been collected in the southwestern United States, including Utah and New Mexico.

                                               

Mesonacis

Mesonacis is an extinct genus of trilobite that lived during the Botomian, found in North-America, and the United Kingdom. Some of the species now regarded part of Mesonacis, have previously been assigned to Angustolenellus or Olenellus. Angustol ...

                                               

Palaeochenoides

Palaeochenoides is a genus of the prehistoric pseudotooth birds of somewhat doubtful validity. These were probably rather close relatives of either pelicans and storks, or of waterfowl, and are here placed in the order Odontopterygiformes to acco ...

                                               

Saurocephalus

Saurocephalus is an extinct genus of fishes within the family Saurodontidae Cope, 1871. The members of this family saurodontids were teleostean fishes restricted to the upper Cretaceous. They are in Ichthyodectiformes, an extinct order of fish kn ...

                                               

Hovea trisperma

The common Hovea is a perennial short stemmed woody shrub 10 centimetres 4 in to 70 centimetres 28 in tall. It is native to south-west Western Australia. The foliage has needle-like green leaves. The flowers are blue or purple or very rarely whit ...

                                               

Bornean clouded leopard

The Bornean clouded leopard is a subspecies of the Sunda clouded leopard. It is native to the island of Borneo, and differs from the Batu-Sumatran clouded leopard in the shape and frequency of spots, as well as in cranio-mandibular and dental cha ...

                                               

Oreobambos

Oreobambos buchwaldii is the sole representative of Oreobambos, a monotypic African genus of bamboo, most closely related to the large genus Bambusa from tropical Asia and America. It is large and perennial with arching stems up to 20 m. high, gr ...

                                               

Garcinia terpnophylla

Garcinia terpnophylla is a species of flowering plant in the Clusiaceae. It is found only in Sri Lanka where it is known as කොකටිය in Sinhala.

                                               

Glochidion moonii

Glochidion moonii is a species of plant in the family Phyllanthaceae. It is endemic to Sri Lanka. The plant is known as බූ හුනුකිරිල්ල in Sinhala.

                                               

Ulmus changii

Ulmus changii W. C. Cheng, occasionally known as the Hangzhou elm, is a small deciduous tree found across much of China in forests at elevations of up to 1800 m. Owing to its increasing scarcity, U. changii was added to the Hainan Province Protec ...

                                               

Xylopia championii

Xylopia championii is a species of plant in the Annonaceae family. It is endemic to the rainforest understory in Sri Lanka. It is known as අතු කැටිය or දත් කැටිය in Sinhala.

                                               

Butia microspadix

Butia microspadix is a very small species of grass-like Butia palm usually with an underground trunk, native to the states of Parana and São Paulo in Brazil. Was given the common name dwarf woolly jelly palm in English. It is locally known as but ...

                                               

Kingena

Kingena is an extinct genus of primarily Cretaceous-aged brachiopods whose fossils are found in marine strata of Antarctica, Europe, North America, and New Zealand. Early Paleocene-aged fossils from Denmark represent the youngest species.

                                               

Micraster

Micraster is an extinct genus of echinoids from the Late Cretaceous to the early Eocene. Its remains have been found in Africa, Antarctica, Europe, and North America. Micraster was an infaunal echinoid living in a burrow below the sediment surfac ...

                                               

Protremaster

Protremaster is an extinct genus of sea stars that lived in the Early Jurassic. Its fossils have been found in the Lully Foothills Formation of Antarctica.

                                               

List of birds of Australia, New Zealand and Antarctica

This list is based on the Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds list, May 2002 update, with the doubtfuls omitted. It includes the birds of Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica, and the surrounding ocean and subantarctic islands. ...

                                               

Belgica albipes

Belgica albipes is a species of non-flying lake fly first described by Eugene Seguy in 1965. Belgica albipes is part of the genus Belgica and the family Chironomidae. The insect lives in the Crozet Islands.

                                               

Caecina (bug)

Caecina is a genus in the subfamily Ectrichodiinae of Reduviidae, 16 species have been described, all of them are located in Eastern Asia.

                                               

Japananus hyalinus

Japananus hyalinus, the Japanese Maple Leafhopper, is a species of leafhoppers of the subfamily Deltocephalinae, tribus Opsiini. Believed to be native to eastern Asia, it has been carried with the trade in cultivated maples and is now widely foun ...

                                               

Parastrachia

Parastrachia is a genus of true bugs belonging to the family Parastrachiidae. It was established in 1883 by the English entomologist William Lucas Distant. It consists of only two species from Eastern Asia, Parastrachia japonensis and Parastrachi ...

                                               

Parastrachia japonensis

Parastrachia japonensis is a species of true bugs belonging to the family Parastrachiidae. It is one of the two species in the genus, both from Eastern Asia. The nematode Caenorhabditis Japonica is a species of nematodes found in nature are not p ...

                                               

Trochosa aquatica

The males measure 5.8-7.65mm in length, females 5.6-9.0mm. The female has a dark brown carapace with paler more yellow median and lateral stripes. The abdomen is dark grey with yellowish stripes and the legs are reddish brown. The normally smalle ...

                                               

Amur minnow

The Amur minnow or Lagowskis minnow is an Asian species of small freshwater cyprinid fish. It is found from the Lena and Amur rivers in the north to the Yangtze in China in the south.

                                               

Gloydius halys

Gloydius halys is a venomous pitviper species found within a wide range that stretches across Asia, from Russia, east of the Urals, eastwards through China. Five subspecies are currently recognized, including the nominotypical form described here ...

                                               

Gloydius ussuriensis

Gloydius ussuriensis is a venomous pitviper species endemic to far east Russia, northeastern China and the Korean Peninsula. No subspecies are currently recognized. Common names: Ussuri pit viper, Ussuri mamushi.

                                               

Nola karelica

Nola karelica is a moth of the family Nolidae. It is found from northern and central Fennoscandia to northern Russia, Amur, Siberia and Armenia. The wingspan is 16-22 mm. The larvae feed on creeping willow, plants of Rubus chamaemorus and Vaccini ...

                                               

Talavera aequipes

Talavera aequipes is a small jumping spider that is found in Eurasia. It is very hard to distinguish from several very similar species, but is the most frequent of these spiders in Central Europe. It is small enough to reside comfortably in snail ...

                                               

Aborolabis pervicina

Aborolabis pervicina is a species of earwig in the genus Aborolabis, the family Anisolabididae, the suborder Forficulina, and the order Dermaptera. Found primarily in the Indomalaya ecozone, this species was first classified by Burr in 1913.

                                               

Aspidimorpha sanctaecrucis

Aspidimorpha sanctaecrucis, sometimes called the Golden Tortoise Beetle, is an Old World species of beetle belonging to the family Chrysomelidae.

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