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Eleutherodactylus intermedius

Eleutherodactylus intermedius is a species of frog in the Eleutherodactylidae family endemic to eastern Cuba where it is known from the Sierra Maestra and Sierra del Cobre. Its common name is Pico Turquino robber frog, in reference to its type lo ...

Eleutherodactylus orientalis

Eleutherodactylus orientalis, the Oriental robber frog or Baracoa dwarf frog, is a species of frog in the Eleutherodactylidae family. It is endemic to the vicinity of El Yunque, Baracoa, in easternmost Cuba. Although locally common, it requires u ...

Gastrotheca monticola

Gastrotheca monticola is a species of frog in the family Hemiphractidae. It is endemic to Peru; records from Ecuador probably refer to other species. Gastrotheca lojana was formerly considered a subspecies of this species, but is now treated as a ...

Glyphoglossus smithi

Glyphoglossus smithi, also known as Smiths squat frog or Smiths burrowing frog, is a species of frog in the family Microhylidae. It is endemic to Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysian Borneo. However, it is likely to occur more widely than currently kno ...

Goniurosaurus

Goniurosaurus is a genus of geckos, containing 17 species. Members are known by various names including ground geckos, tiger geckos, leopard geckos, and cave geckos Members of this genus are found in China, Japan, and Vietnam. For this reason the ...

Goniurosaurus hainanensis

Goniurosaurus hainanensis is a nocturnal species of gecko endemic to China, more specifically the island Hainan. Its common name is the Chinese cave gecko or simply cave gecko.

Ameiva griswoldi

Griswolds ameiva is a species of lizard in the family Teiidae. The species is endemic to Antigua and Barbuda, where it is found on both islands. It is also known as the Antiguan ameiva or the Antiguan ground lizard.

Guadeloupe ameiva

The Guadeloupe ameiva was a species of Teiidae lizards that was endemic to Guadeloupe. It is known from specimens collected by early European explorers. The fossil record shows that it once ranged across Guadeloupe, La Desirade, Marie-Galante, an ...

Isthmohyla lancasteri

Isthmohyla lancasteri is a species of frog in the family Hylidae. It is endemic to humid premontane slopes of the Cordillera de Talamanca in Costa Rica and western Panama.

Leiocephalus greenwayi

Leiocephalus greenwayi, commonly known as the East Plana Cay curly-tailed lizard, is a species of lizard in the family of curly-tailed lizard.

Leptopelis parkeri

Leptopelis parkeri is a species of frog in the family Arthroleptidae. It is endemic to Tanzania and known from the Eastern Arc Mountains. Specifically, it has been recorded from Uluguru, Udzungwa, East and West Usambara, Nguru, and South Pare Mou ...

Marbled poison frog

The marbled poison frog or marbled poison-arrow frog is a species of frog in the family Dendrobatidae found in western Colombia and northwestern Ecuador, at elevations of 10–1.500 m asl. It likely represents a species complex of at least two species.

Noblella

Noblella is a genus of frogs in the family Craugastoridae. They are found on the eastern slopes of the Andes and in the Amazon Basin in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and western Brazil. The name refers to Gladwyn K. Noble, who described the f ...

Palawan toadlet

The Palawan toadlet or white-striped flathead toad is a species of toad in the family Bufonidae. It is endemic to Palawan, the Philippines. Pelophryne albotaeniata is similar to Pelophryne misera from Borneo, and it might be subspecies of the latter.

Parhoplophryne

Parhoplophryne is a monotypic frog genus in the family Microhylidae. The sole species is Parhoplophryne usambarica, sometimes known as the Usambara black-banded frog or Amani forest frog. It is endemic to the East Usambara Mountains in Tanzania. ...

Pelophryne

Pelophryne, commonly known as flathead toads or dwarf toads, is a genus of true toads, family Bufonidae. The genus occurs in the Philippines, Borneo, Malaya including Singapore, and Hainan. Molecular data suggest that Pelophryne is the sister tax ...

Phenacosaurus

The following ten species are recognized as being valid. Phenacosaurus nicefori Barbour, 1932 Phenacosaurus neblininus Myers, E. Williams & McDiarmid, 1993 Phenacosaurus carlostoddi E.Williams, Praderio & Gorzula, 1996 Phenacosaurus heterodermus ...

Phrynobatrachus bequaerti

Phrynobatrachus bequaerti is a species of frog in the family Phrynobatrachidae. It is found in the mountains of north-western Burundi, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, and western Rwanda. The specific name bequaerti honours Joseph Charle ...

Phrynobatrachus gastoni

Phrynobatrachus gastoni is a species of frog in the family Phrynobatrachidae. It is endemic to the north-central Democratic Republic of the Congo and only known from its type locality, Buta. The specific name gastoni honours Gaston-François de Wi ...

Phrynobatrachus keniensis

Phrynobatrachus keniensis is a species of frog in the family Phrynobatrachidae. It is found widely in the highlands of Kenya. It is also recorded from Mount Meru in northern Tanzania, but this might represent a different species. Common names Ken ...

Pristimantis altamazonicus

Pristimantis altamazonicus is a species of frog in the family Craugastoridae. As currently defined, it is known from the Amazonian Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. Following a study by Ortega-Andrade and colleagues published in 2017, Pristimantis bre ...

Scolecomorphus uluguruensis

Scolecomorphus uluguruensis, is a species of caecilian in the family Scolecomorphidae. It is endemic to the Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania.

Telmatobius niger

Telmatobius niger is a species of frog in the family Telmatobiidae. It is endemic to the Andes of Ecuador, with records from both Amazonian and Pacific versants. Last seen in 1994, it is feared that this species may be extinct. Common name black ...

Terre-de-Haut racer

The Terre-de-Haut racer is a species of snake found in the Caribbean, on the Lesser Antilles. This species is endemic to Terre-de-Bas Island and Terre-de-Haut Island which make up the Iles des Saintes. Terre-de-Bas and Terre-de-Haut are very smal ...

Tropidophis greenwayi

Common names: Caicos Islands dwarf boa. Tropidophis greenwayi is a nonvenomous dwarf boa species endemic to the Caicos Islands. Two subspecies are currently recognized, including the nominate subspecies described here.

Zapata sparrow

The Zapata sparrow is a medium-sized grey and yellow bird that lives in the grasslands of the Zapata Swamp and elsewhere on the island of Cuba. Measuring about 16.5 centimetres in length, it is grey and yellow overall with a dark reddish-brown cr ...

Zapata wren

The Zapata wren is a medium-sized grayish-brown bird that lives in dense shrubs of the Zapata Swamp, Cuba. It is the only member of the monotypical genus Ferminia, which is endemic to Cuba and endangered. This species was first described in 1926 ...

Amyema lisae

Amyema lisae, is a species of flowering plant, an epiphytic hemiparasitic plant of the family Loranthaceae first discovered in 2017 at Balinsasayao - Twin Lakes Natural Park, in the island of Negros, Philippines. Amyema lisae differs due with ver ...

Rafflesia baletei

Rafflesia baletei is a parasitic plant species of the genus Rafflesia. It is endemic to the Philippines. The species was first collected in 1991 by Bicolano mammalogist Danilo S. Balete on Mount Isarog and was initially thought to be Rafflesia ma ...

Rafflesia leonardi

Rafflesia leonardi is a parasitic plant species of the genus Rafflesia. It is endemic to the Philippines. R. leonardi is the fourth Rafflesia species found in Luzon and the eighth from the Philippines. It is called ngaratngat by the local Agta tr ...

Rafflesia speciosa

Rafflesia speciosa is a parasitic plant species of the genus Rafflesia. It is endemic to the Philippine island of Panay. R. speciosa is the third Rafflesia species documented to exist in the Philippines, after R. manillana and R. schadenbergiana. ...

Rafflesia verrucosa

Rafflesia verrucosa was first identified and characterized during a small mammal survey of Mt. Kampalili in eastern Mindanao in 2010. R. verrucosa is the tenth species of Rafflesia found in the Philippines. Rafflesia species have rare and unusual ...

Polycarpaea nivea

Polycarpaea nivea is a species of flowering plants in the family Caryophyllaceae. The species was described by William Aiton in 1828 as Achyranthes nivea, and it was placed in the genus Polycarpaea by Philip Barker Webb in 1849. The specific name ...

Amyema maidenii

Amyema maidenii is a species of flowering plant within the genus Amyema, an epiphytic hemiparasitic plant of the family Loranthaceae native to Australia and found Australia-wide in the inland.

Cecarria

Cecarria obtusifolia is an aerial, stem-parasitic shrub, and like species in the genus Muellerina, it has epicortical runners. It is glabrous throughout. The obovate or broadly obovate leaves are opposite, curvinerved, and rounded at the apex. Th ...

Decaisnina brittenii

Decaisnina brittenii is a species of flowering plant, an epiphytic hemiparasitic plant of the family Loranthaceae native to the Northern Territory, Queensland and northern Western Australia. D. brittenii has linear to narrowly lanceolate leaves a ...

Decaisnina hollrungii

Decaisnina hollrungii is a species of flowering plant, an epiphytic hemiparasitic plant of the family Loranthaceae native to the New Guinea, Queensland, Australia, and in the Bismarck Archipelago and the Solomon Islands. D. hollrungii In Queensla ...

Lysiana subfalcata

Lysiana subfalcata, common name Northern mistletoe, is a spreading to pendulous hemi-parasitic shrub in the Loranthaceae which occurs in all mainland states of Australia except Victoria.

Muellerina bidwillii

Muellerina bidwillii, common name Cypress-pine mistletoe, is a hemiparasitic arial shrub in the family Loranthaceae. The species is endemic to New South Wales and Queensland.

Muellerina eucalyptoides

Muellerina eucalyptoides, or creeping mistletoe, is a hemiparasitic arial shrub in the family Loranthaceae. The species is endemic to Australia. M. eucalyptoides is pendulous in habit, unlike other Muellerina species, but has the long epicortical ...

Muellerina myrtifolia

Muellerina myrtifolia, common name myrtle-leaved mistletoe, is a hemiparasitic arial shrub in the family Loranthaceae. The species is endemic to New South Wales and Queensland.

Climacoporus navalis

Climacoporus navalis, the fleet klipfish, is a species of clinid found in subtropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean along the coast of South Africa where it can be found in tide pools. This species can reach a maximum length of 7 centimetres TL. I ...

Clinoporus

Clinoporus biporosus, the ladder klipfish, is a species of clinid found in subtropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean around the South African coast. It occurs in the subtidal zone down to a depth of 30 metres. This species can reach a maximum leng ...

Rabdophaga justini

Rabdophaga justini is a gall midge. It was first described by Horace Francis Barnes in 1935. The larvae tunnel in the shoots of purple willow.

Rabdophaga purpureaperda

Rabdophaga purpureaperda is a gall midge. The larvae tunnel in the shoots of purple willow and may cause the shoots to swell slightly. It was first described by Horace Francis Barnes in 1935.

Rabdophaga triandraperda

Rabdophaga triandraperda is a gall midge. The larvae tunnel in the shoots of almond willow and may cause the shoots to swell slightly. It was first described by Horace Francis Barnes in 1935.

Eutachyptera

Eutachyptera is a monotypic moth genus in the family Lasiocampidae. The genus was erected by William Barnes and James Halliday McDunnough in 1912. Its single species, Eutachyptera psidii, was first described by Salle in 1857. It is found in Mexico.

Hellinsia unicolor

Hellinsia unicolor is a moth of the family Pterophoridae described by William Barnes and James Halliday McDunnough in 1913. It is found in North America, including Florida, Mississippi, Georgia and Kentucky. The wingspan is about 14–20 mm. The fo ...

Hyperstrotia pervertens

Hyperstrotia pervertens, the dotted graylet, is a moth of the family Erebidae. The speces was first described by William Barnes and James Halliday McDunnough in 1918. It is found in woodlands and forests of North America from Missouri to Nova Sco ...

Icaricia icarioides blackmorei

Icaricia icarioides blackmorei, the Puget blue, is a butterfly native to the Puget Sound area in the northwestern U.S. state of Washington. It is a subspecies of Boisduvals blue.