Blog page 18

Cyrtospiriferidae

Dmitria. Petshorospirifer. Cyrtospirifer. Syringospira. Cyrtiopsis. Eodmitria. Tarandrospirifer. Sphenospira. Dichospirifer. Mennespirifer. Sphaenospira. Sinospirifer. Uchtospirifer. Austrospirifer. Tenticospirifer. Acutella. Liraspirifer. Platys ...

Oxynaspididae

The following genera are listed by the World Register of Marine Species: Archoxnyaspis Van Syoc & Dekelboum, 2011 †. Oxynaspis Darwin, 1852. (Oxynaspis Дарвин, 1852) Scleraspis Van Syoc & Dekelboum, 2012. Minyaspis Van Syoc & Dekelboum, 2011.

Oarfish

Oarfish are large, greatly elongated, pelagic lampriform fish belonging to the small family Regalecidae. Found in all temperate to tropical oceans yet rarely seen, the oarfish family contains three species in two genera. One of these, the giant o ...

Solenoceridae

Solenoceridae, is a family of decapods, containing 10 genera. They are marine, inhabiting shallow and offshore waters from the mid-continental shelf, ranging from depths to 1000 meters deep, and are sometimes confused with other commercial shrimp ...

Turkmenidae

Turkmenidae is an extinct family of lamprids from the Paleogene of Turkmenistan. They were small, disk-shaped fish that bore a strong resemblance to their closest living relatives, the opahs. Turkmene and Danatinia are in the Thanetian epoch of P ...

Veliferidae

Sailfin moonfishes are a small family, Veliferidae, of lampriform fishes found in the Indian and western Pacific Oceans. Unlike other lampriforms, they live in shallow, coastal waters, of less than 100 m depth, rather than in the deep ocean. They ...

Conocrinus

Conocrinus globularis Gislen, 1925. Conocrinus cherbonnieri Roux, 1976. Conocrinus lofotensis Sars, 1868. Conocrinus cabiochi Roux, 1976. Conocrinus minimus Doderlein, 1907. Conocrinus poculum Doderlein, 1907.

Solenocera

Solenocera zarenkovi Starobogatov, 1972. Solenocera pectinulata Kubo, 1949. Solenocera agassizii Faxon, 1893. Solenocera moosai Crosnier, 1985. Solenocera geijskesi Holthuis, 1959. Solenocera waltairensis M.J. George & Muthu, 1970. Solenocera nec ...

Cambroclavida

Cambroclaves are a group of enigmatic, phosphatized, hollow spine-shaped sclerites, known from their geographically widespread Early to Middle Cambrian fossils. They were probably originally aragonitic. They are lobate with long spines protruding ...

Kinorhyncha

Kinorhyncha is a phylum of small marine invertebrates that are widespread in mud or sand at all depths as part of the meiobenthos. They are also called mud dragons. Modern species are 1 mm or less, but Cambrian forms could reach 4 cm.

Priapulida

Priapulida, sometimes referred to as penis worms, is a phylum of unsegmented marine worms. The name of the phylum relates to the Greek god of fertility, because their general shape and their extensible spiny introvert may recall the shape of a pe ...

Aalenirhynchia

Aalenirhynchia is an extinct subgenus of brachiopods found in Aalenian strata in Gloucestershire, England. It was a stationary epifaunal suspension feeder. Originally classed as a genus, it was reclassified as a subgenus of Rhynchonelloidea by Wi ...

Acanthion

Acanthion is a subgenus of Old World porcupines in the genus Hystrix. It contains two species, H. javanica and H. brachyura, the smaller species with comparatively smaller nasals. The extant species have only one black ring or coloured part on th ...

Asinus

Asinus is a subgenus of Equus grazing animal) that encompasses several subspecies of the Equidae commonly known as asses, characterized by long ears, a lean, straight-backed build, lack of a true withers, a coarse mane and tail, and a reputation ...

Cacatua (subgenus)

Cacatua is a subgenus of the white cockatoos. They are found in wooded habitats from Wallacea east to the Bismarck Archipelago and south to Australia. With the exception of the yellow-crested cockatoo, all are relatively large cockatoos with a to ...

Clathria

Species in the subgenus include 130: Clathria noarlungae Hooper, 1996. Clathria kylista Hooper & Levi, 1993. Clathria hexagonopora Levi, 1963. Clathria saraspinifera Hooper, 1996. Clathria juncea Burton, 1931. Clathria stromnessa Goodwin, Brewin ...

Nannomys

Nannomys is a subgenus of the rodent genus Mus, the mice. They are known as the African pygmy mice. These species are native to sub-Saharan Africa, where they can be found in many types of habitat. There are 19 species. Types include: Mattheys mo ...

Nunezia

Nunezia is a subgenus of the mosquito genus Wyeomyia. It was named to honor the Venezuelan entomologist Manuel Nuñez Tovar. Type the root of Wyeomyia bicornis, 1928. The subgenus includes species root bicornis, lateralis Petrocchi, and paucartamb ...

Parapuzosia (Austiniceras)

Austiniceras is a subgenus of Parapuzosia, the shell of which is commonly large, moderately involute, high whorled, with flat or convex sides that converge on a narrowly rounded venter. Primary ribs are signoid or concave. Constrictions where pre ...

Plicolyria

Species within the subgenus Plicolyria include: Plicolyria boholensis Poppe, 1987. Plicolyria boucheti Bail & Poppe, 2004. Plicolyria exorata Bouchet & Poppe, 1988. Plicolyria grandidieri Bail, 2002. Plicolyria guionneti Poppe & Conde, 2001. Plic ...

Pseudoficalbia

Pseudoficalbia is a subgenus of the mosquito genus Uranotaenia with 146 species. It was originally created as a genus by Frederick Vincent Theobald in 1911, however, it was later treated as a subgenus of Uranotaenia, and then was made a synonym o ...

Puzosia (Bhimaites)

Puzosia is a subgenus of desmoceratid ammonites with a subinvolute, mostly smooth, high whorled shell with convex or flat sides and frequent constrictions on the venter. It is included in the subfamily Puzosiinae and has been found in Upper Albia ...

Pyrobombus

Pyrobombus is a subgenus of bumblebees, with its centres of diversity in Central Asia and north-western North America. Nearly a fifth of all Bombus species fall within Pyrobombus and its member species vary considerably in size, appearance and be ...

Terellia (subgenus)

Terellia vectensis Collin, 1937. Terellia colon Meigen, 1826. Terellia odontolophi Korneyev, 1993. Terellia orheana Korneyev, 1990. Terellia pseudovirens Hering, 1940. Terellia longicauda Meigen, 1838. Terellia zerovae Korneyev, 1985. Terellia lu ...

Zeugophiurina

Zeugophiurina is a suborder of primitive brittle stars with three extinct families. The family Ophiocanopidae with only one living genus and species, Ophiocanops fugiens has been placed here but recent studies have challenged this classification.

Blastozoa

Blastozoa is a subphylum of extinct animals belonging to Phylum Echinodermata. This subphylum is characterized by the presence of specialized respiratory structures and brachiole plates used for feeding. This subphylum ranged from the Cambrian to ...

Conchifera

Conchifera is a subphylum of the phylum Mollusca. It comprises all of the shell-bearing classes of molluscs, including the snails, clams, tusk shells, ammonites, monoplacophorans, and so on. The other one is Aculifera. This taxonomic term is used ...

Echinozoa

Echinozoa is a subphylum of free-living echinoderms in which the body is essentially globoid with meridional symmetry. Echinozoans lack arms, brachioles, or other appendages, and do not at any time exhibit pinnate structure. Their two extant clas ...

Hexapoda

The subphylum Hexapoda constitutes the largest number of species of arthropods and includes the insects as well as three much smaller groups of wingless arthropods: Collembola, Protura, and Diplura. The Collembola are very abundant in terrestrial ...

Rhynchonelliformea

Rhynchonelliformea is the name now given to the articulate brachiopods, Class Articulata, revised as a subphylum. Articulate brachiopods are those with hard, articulated shells with a simple set of opening and closing muscles. Name Rhynchoellifor ...

Uniramia

Uniramia is a group within the arthropods. In the past this group included the Onychophora, which are now considered a separate category. The group is currently used in a narrower sense. Uniramia is one of three subphyla in Arthropoda classificat ...

Borophagina

Borophagina is a subtribe of the Borophaginae, a group of extinct canids. They inhabited much of North America from the Early Miocene to the Zanclean stage of the Pliocene, 20.6 - 3.6 Mya, and existed for approximately 17 million years. Like some ...

Bovina (subtribe)

Bovina is a subtribe of the Bovini tribe that generally includes the two living genera, Bison and Bos. However, this dichotomy has been challenged recently by molecular work that suggests that Bison should be regarded as a junior synonym of Bos. ...

Bubalina

Bubalina is a subtribe of the Bovini tribe that includes the various species of buffalo. These include the African buffalo, the anoas, and the wild water buffalo. Currently buffalos can be found naturally in sub-Saharan Africa and southeast Asia. ...

Cynarctina

Cynarctina is an extinct clade of the Borophaginae subfamily of canids native to North America. They lived from the Early to Middle Miocene 16.0 - 10.3 Ma, existing for approximately 5.7 million years. Cynarctines had rounded cusps on the molar t ...

Dendryphantina

The Dendryphantina are a subtribe of jumping spiders that occur mainly in the New World. The subtribe was first defined by Anton Menge in 1879 as Dendryphantidae. Females of the subtribe generally show paired spots on the abdomen, and the males o ...

Actinioidea

Actinioidea is a superfamily of sea anemones in the order Actiniaria. Families are classified in the superfamily Actinioidea include: Family Thalassianthidae. (Семья Thalassianthidae) Family Oractinidae. (Семья Oractinidae) Family Andresiidae. (С ...

Free and no ads
no need to download or install

Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

online intellectual game →