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Synodontis depauwi

Synodontis depauwi is a species of upside-down catfish that is endemic to the Democratic Republic of the Congo where it can be found in Stanley Pool. It was first described by British-Belgian zoologist George Albert Boulenger in 1899, from specim ...

Synodontis dhonti

Synodontis dhonti is a species of upside-down catfish endemic to the Democratic Republic of the Congo where it is only known from Lake Tanganyika. It was first described by Belgian-British zoologist George Albert Boulenger in 1917, based upon a s ...

Synodontis filamentosus

Synodontis filamentosus, known as the longfin synodontis, is a species of upside-down catfish that is native to the basins of the Nile, Volta and Niger Rivers as well as the Chad Basin. It was first described by British-Belgian zoologist George A ...

Synodontis flavitaeniatus

Synodontis flavitaeniatus, known as the orangestriped squeaker, the chocolatestriped squeaker, the yellowstriped squeaker, and the pyjama Syno, is a species of upside-down catfish native to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of ...

Synodontis granulosus

Synodontis granulosus is a species of upside-down catfish endemic to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi, Zambia, and Tanzania, where it is only known from Lake Tanganyika. It was first described by Belgian-British zoologist George Albe ...

Synodontis longirostris

Synodontis longirostris, known as the eyespot synodontis, is a species of upside-down catfish that is native to the Democratic Republic of the Congo where it occurs in the Congo Basin. It was first described by British-Belgian zoologist George Al ...

Synodontis macrostigma

Synodontis macrostigma, known as the largespot squeaker, is a species of upside-down catfish that is native to Angola, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Zambia where it is found in the Cunene, Okavango, upper Zambezi and Kafue River systems. It ...

Synodontis melanopterus

Synodontis melanopterus is a species of upside-down catfish that is native to Benin, Niger and Nigeria where it is found at Porto Novo and in the Oueme, Niger and Ogun River basins. It was first described by Belgian-British zoologist George Alber ...

Synodontis melanostictus

Synodontis melanostictus is a species of upside-down catfish endemic to Lake Tanganyika and its tributaries. It has been found in Zambia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Burundi. It was first described by British-Belgian zoologist Georg ...

Synodontis multimaculatus

Synodontis multimaculatus, known as the dotted synodontis, is a species of upside-down catfish that is native to the Democratic Republic of the Congo where it is found in the Ubangi River. It was first described by British-Belgian zoologist Georg ...

Synodontis nigromaculatus

Synodontis nigromaculatus, known as the spotted squeaker, the blackspotted squeaker, or the speckled squeaker, is a species of upside-down catfish that is found widely in southern Africa. It has been identified in Angola, Botswana, the Democratic ...

Synodontis nummifer

Synodontis nummifer, known as the two spot synodontis, is a species of upside-down catfish native to the Congo Basin of Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of the Congo. It was first described by the Belgian-British zo ...

Synodontis obesus

Synodontis obesus, known as the Coas synodontis, is a species of upside-down catfish that is native to the coastal drainages of Cameroon, Ghana, Nigeria and Togo. It was first described by British-Belgian zoologist George Albert Boulenger in 1898 ...

Synodontis ocellifer

Synodontis ocellifer, known as the ocellated synodontis, is a species of upside-down catfish native to the rivers of northern and western Africa. It has been reported in 10 countries, including Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, ...

Synodontis ornatipinnis

Synodontis ornatipinnis, known as the barfin synodontis, is a species of upside-down catfish that is native to the Congo Basin of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zambia. It was first described by British-Belgian zoologist George Albert B ...

Synodontis pardalis

Synodontis pardalis is a species of upside-down catfish that is endemic to Cameroon where it occurs in the Dja River drainage. It was first described by British-Belgian zoologist George Albert Boulenger in 1908, from specimens collected in the Dj ...

Synodontis pleurops

Synodontis pleurops, known as the Congo squeaker, the bigeye squeaker, or the bug eyed synodontis, is a species of upside-down catfish native to the upper Congo Basin of Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of the Congo ...

Synodontis polystigma

Synodontis polystigma is a species of upside-down catfish that is native to the upper Congo Basin of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zambia. It was first described by George Albert Boulenger in 1915. The original specimens were obtained ...

Synodontis resupinatus

Synodontis resupinatus is a species of upside-down catfish that is native to the Niger basin and the Benoue River of Cameroon, Mali, and Nigeria. It was first described by British-Belgian zoologist George Albert Boulenger in 1904, from specimens ...

Synodontis smiti

Synodontis smiti, known as the longtail Synodontis, or Smits Synodontis, is a species of upside-down catfish that is endemic to the Democratic Republic of the Congo where it is found in the middle and upper Congo Basin. It was first described by ...

Synodontis soloni

Synodontis soloni, known as the scissortail synodontis, is a species of upside-down catfish that is endemic to the Democratic Republic of the Congo where it is found in the Ubangi River and the rapids just below Stanley Pool. It was first describ ...

Synodontis unicolor

Synodontis unicolor is a species of upside-down catfish that is endemic to the Democratic Republic of the Congo where it occurs in the area of Luapula-Mweru. It was first described by George Albert Boulenger in 1915. The original specimens were o ...

Synodontis woosnami

Synodontis woosnami, known as the Upper Zambezi squeaker, or bubblebarb squeaker, is a species of upside-down catfish that is native to Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe where it is found in the upper Zambezi and Okavango River basin ...

Tarentola rudis

Tarentola rudis is a species of geckos in the family Phyllodactylidae. The species is endemic to Cape Verde, where it occurs in the southern part of the island of Santiago and on the Ilheu de Santa Maria. The species was described as a variety of ...

Teleogramma

Teleogramma is an African genus of cichlids with five species. These dark and slender fish barely reach 10 cm in length and are limited to rapids in the Western Congo River basin in DR Congo/Congo Brazzaville. They are distinctive, with specializ ...

Telmatherina

Telmatherina is a genus of sailfin silversides endemic to the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. They are restricted to the Malili Lake system, consisting of the large Matano and Towuti, and the small Lontoa, Mahalona and Masapi. They are also found ...

Telmatochromis

Telmatochromis is a small cichlid genus of the subfamily Pseudocrenilabrinae. These ray-finned fishes are endemic to the Lake Tanganyika basin in Africa.

Theloderma asperum

Theloderma asperum is a frog in the family Rhacophoridae. It is also known as the pied warty frog, hill garden bug-eyed frog, or somewhat informally, bird poop frog. The frog can be found in the northeastern India, Burma, China, Thailand, Cambodi ...

Theloderma corticale

Theloderma corticale is a species of frog in the family Rhacophoridae. It is found in northern Vietnam and China, as well as from the Jianfengling National Nature Reserve in Hainan; the latter might represent misidentification). possibly in adjac ...

Timon tangitanus

Timon tangitanus, commonly known as the Moroccan eyed lizard, is a species of lizard in the family Lacertidae. The species is endemic to Northwest Africa.

Toxicocalamus

Most species of Toxicocalamus are relatively small, the largest specimen known being the holotype of the recently described Toxicocalamus ernstmayri, which measures 1.1 m 43 in snout-to-vent length SVL and 1.2 m 47 in total length TTL. The second ...

Trematocara

Trematocara is a genus of cichlids endemic to Lake Tanganyika in Africa. They are relatively small, up to 15 cm long, and slender in shape. These schooling, light-shy fish are typically found in relatively deep waters, but move closer to the surf ...

Trematomus

Trematomus is a genus of notothen native to the Southern Ocean, with these currently recognized species: Trematomus eulepidotus Regan, 1914 blunt scalyhead Trematomus scotti Boulenger, 1907 crowned rockcod Trematomus bernacchii Boulenger, 1902 em ...

Tropheus

Tropheus is a small genus of six species of cichlids endemic to Lake Tanganyika in East Africa. The genus is widespread across all regions of Lake Tanganyika, from Burundi in the north to Zambia in the south. Males and females are relatively simi ...

Tropheus moorii

Tropheus moorii is a species of cichlid endemic to Lake Tanganyika in Africa. Over 40 different color morphs of this species are dispersed throughout the lake, ranging from dark green to flame red and yellow. They mostly feed on filamentous algae ...

Variabilichromis moorii

Variabilichromis moorii has no common name and is a species of freshwater cichlid endemic to Eastern Africa. It is a small ovate bodied fish named for an early collector of fish from the lake, John Edmund Sharrock Moore who was a cytologist, zool ...

Xenochromis hecqui

Xenochromis hecqui is a species of cichlid endemic to Lake Tanganyika in East Africa. It is mainly found at depths of 6–100 m, but has been recorded somewhat deeper, even in waters virtually devoid of oxygen. This species is a scale eater, consum ...

Xenotilapia

Xenotilapia is a genus of cichlids species endemic to Lake Tanganyika in east Africa. The International Union for Conservation of Nature IUCN has assessed 16 Xenotilapia species; one of them is considered "Vulnerable" Xenotilapia burtoni, the res ...

Maylandia zebra

The zebra mbuna is a species of cichlid endemic to Lake Malawi in Africa. This species can reach a length of 11.3 cm. It feeds on aufwuchs, a surface layer of mostly algal material that grows on rocks. This cichlid is a mouthbrooder and the femal ...

Zonosaurus

The following 17 species are considered valid. Zonosaurus brygooi Lang & Bohme, 1990 Zonosaurus haraldmeieri Brygoo & Bohme, 1985 – green zonosaur Zonosaurus madagascariensis Gray, 1831 – Madagascar zonosaur Zonosaurus karsteni Grandidier, 1869 – ...

Andean emerald

The Andean emerald is a species of hummingbird found at forest edge, woodland, gardens and scrub in the Andes of Colombia, Ecuador and northern Peru. It is generally fairly common. It is green above and white below. Some subspecies have a blue cr ...

Bahama woodstar

The Bahama woodstar is a species of hummingbird endemic to the Bahama archipelago, including the Bahama and Turks and Caicos islands. It is named the "Hummer" by locals due to a distinct humming sound it makes while feeding.

Band-tailed barbthroat

The band-tailed barbthroat is a medium-sized hummingbird which is a resident breeder from southeastern Guatemala and Belize to western Ecuador and western Venezuela. This hermit species inhabits the understory of wet forests, woodland edges and o ...

Black inca

The black inca is a species of hummingbird found only in Colombia. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forest, subtropical or tropical moist montane forest and urban areas. It is threatened by habitat loss. They hunt ar ...

Black-breasted puffleg

The black-breasted puffleg is a species of hummingbird native to Ecuador. It is critically endangered, with less than 300 individuals remaining in the wild.

Black-chinned hummingbird

The black-chinned hummingbird is a small hummingbird occupying a broad range of habitats. It is migratory, spending winter as far south as Mexico.

Blue-mantled thornbill

The blue-mantled thornbill is a species of hummingbird native to high-altitude forest and grassland of Ecuador, Bolivia, and Peru.

Brown inca

The brown inca is a species of hummingbird found in forests between 1000 and 2800 m along the Pacific slope of the Andes from western Colombia to southern Ecuador. The scientific name commemorates the American naturalist Thomas Bellerby Wilson.

Buff-tailed sicklebill

Epimachus albertisi, a bird-of-paradise from New Guinea, is also sometimes called "buff-tailed sicklebill". The buff-tailed sicklebill is a species of hermit hummingbird from the lower Andes and adjacent west Amazonian lowlands from southern Colo ...

Costas hummingbird

This species is very small, a mature adult growing to only 3–3.5 in 7.6–8.9 cm in length. The male Costas has a mainly green back and flanks, a small black tail and wings, and patches of white below their gorgeted throat and tail. Its most distin ...