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-ammo- (W3)

Der Präfix "-amm-", "-ammo-", bezieht sich auf griech. "ammos" = dt. "Sand" und wird vielfach zur Bildung von botanischen und zoologischen Begriffen verwendet:

| Ammobium | ammocalous | ammochaeta | ammochryse | ammochthophile | ammochthophilous | ammochthophilous, ammochthophile | ammochthophily | ammocoete | ammocole | ammocole | ammocolous | Ammocrypta | Ammodytidae | ammoniac | Ammophila | ammophile | ammophilous, ammophile, ammophily | ammophilous | ammophily | Ammosaurus | ammotherapy

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Word Unit: ammo-, amm- (Greek: sand; used primarily in botany and zoology).


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arachnid (W3)

Die Bezeichnung zool. engl. "arachnid" (1869) = dt. "rachnide", "Arachnoide", "Spinnentier", "spinnenartig", span. "arácnido", geht über frz. "arachnide" zurück auf griech. "arakhne" = dt. "Spinne" und den Namen eines Mädchens der griechischen Mythologie. Arachne hatte die Göttin Athena (die Göttin des Spinnens und Webens) in einem Webwettstreit besiegt. ("Athena wove a tapestry depicting the gods in majesty, while Arachne showed them in love.") Diese rächte sich indem sie "Arachne" in eine Spinne verwandelte.

In der Zoologie bezeichnet engl. "arachnid" achtbeinige Gliederfüßler der Klasse "Arachnida". Dazu zählen spinnenartige Tiere wie Spinnen, Skorpione und Zecken.

Den Stamm griech. "arachn", "arachne", "arachno" findet man auch in engl. "arachnidan", "arachnides", "arachnoïde", "arachnoïdien" und in frz. "araignée" = dt. "Spinne", frz. "toile d'araignée" = dt. "Spinnwebe", span. "araña" = dt. "Spinne", "Kronleuchter", lat. "aranea" = dt. "Spinnwebe", "Spinne".

Die zoologische Bezeichnung "Arachnida" (1815) soll auf den französischen Naturforscher Jean Baptiste de Lamarck (1744 - 1829) zurück gehen. Lamarck hat auch (1802) die Prägung des Begriffs "Biologie" mit bestimmt.

Ein anderer Hinweis gibt den französischen Naturforscher Georges Baron de Cuvier (Georges Léopole Chrétien Frédéric Dagobert, Baron Cuvier, 1769 - 1832) als Autor der Bezeichnung "Arachnida" an. Cuvier teilte das Tierreich in die vier Typen Wirbeltiere, Weichtiere, Gliedertiere und Strahltiere. Cuvier war weiterhin Mitbegründer der wissenschaftlichen Paläontologie.

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Arachnids


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Engl. "arachnid" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1810 auf.

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Azoology (W3)

Engl. "azoology" = dt. "Lehre von der unbelebten Natur" geht zurück auf griech. "ázoos" = dt. "ohne Leben" und setzt sich zusammen aus griech. "a-" = dt. "nicht", "un-" und griech. "zoós" = dt. "lebendig".

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Cryptozoology (W3)

Engl. "Cryptozoology" setzt sich zusammen aus griech. "kryptós" = dt. "verborgen", "heimlich", "geheim", griech. "zoon" = dt. "Lebewesen", "Tier" (griech. "zen", "zoein" = "leben") und griech. "lógos" = dt. "Logos", "Lehre". Die "Cryptozoologie" ist demnach die "Lehre, Wissenschaft von den unentdeckten Tieren", "Studie von den verborgenen Tieren".

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Cryptozoology is the study of creatures that are rumored to exist. But for true believers and alleged eyewitnesses, these "cryptids" are alive and well and lurking among us.

Marozi | Kamchatka Giant Bear | Skunk Ape | Lizard Man | Jersey Devil | El Chupacabra | Tessie | Champ


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Cryptozoology Hoaxes

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Category: Cryptozoology

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Cryptozoological Collectibles

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Limericks on cryptozoological | cryptozoologist | cryptozoology

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Virtual Institute of Cryptozoology


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(E?)(L?) http://www.skepdic.com/crypto.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.skepdic.com/ticrypto.html

topical index: cryptozoology Bigfoot, Mapinguari, Sasquatch, Yowie, Yeti, bunyip, chupacabra, fairy, lycanthropy, Loch Ness monster, mokele mbembe, mothman, unicorn, vampire, werewolf, zombis & p-zombies


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Entomologist (W3)

Die Bezeichnung engl. "Entomologist", dt. "Entomologe", frz. "Entomologiste" (1789) = dt. "Insektenforscher", "Insektenkundler" setzt sich zusammen aus griech. "entomos" = dt. "eingeschnitten", "Kerbtier", "Insekt" und griech. "logos" = dt. "Lehre".

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An entomologist is a scientist who studies insects, including their taxonomy, morphology, physiology and ecology. Insects greatly outnumber people by more than a billion to one and many species have been around much longer than humans, making entomology one of the most interesting sciences around.
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Entomologists


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Florida Entomologist is "the first long-published, refereed, natural science journal on the Internet. The Florida Entomological Society still produces the traditionally printed version of Florida Entomologist, but you can also view, search, or print ...
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Förster, Arnold - German entomologist (1810-1884)


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Limericks on entomologist

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Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Entomologist" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1780 auf.

Erstellt: 2012-11

Entomology (W3)

Engl. "entomology" (1766, 1764), dt. "Entomologie" = dt. "Insektenkunde" geht über frz. "entomologie" (1764) zurück auf griech. "entomos" = dt. "das Zerschnittene", "das Zerteilte" das sich zusammen setzt aus griech. "en" = dt. "in" und griech. "temnein" = dt. "schneiden". Die griechische Wortprägung soll auf Aristoteles zurück gehen, der mit der Bezeichnung Bezug auf den in Segmente unterteilten Körper von Insekten nahm. (Auch dt. "Insekt" bedeutet dt. "Eingeschnittenes (Tier)", zu lat. "in-secare" = dt. "einschneiden".)

Engl. "Entomology" verbindet mit engl. "Etymology", dass die beiden Bezeichnungen gerne verwechselt werden.


The "logy" suffixes mean "doctrine"; "theory"; "science," but what about "etymon" and "entomon"? "Etymon" means "origin of a word" in Latin; the Latin term comes from the Greek "etymon" meaning "literal meaning of a word according to its origin." "Etymon" has its origin (no joke) in "etymos" — "truth".

Now let's dissect the Greek "entomon". "Entomon" means "insect"; that term breaks down into Greek components meaning "to cut up", "to cut in".


Die Wurzel griech. "temnein" = dt. "schneiden" findet man auch in dt. "Anatomie" = "Lehre des unzerschnittenen Körpers"
Dt. "Lobotomie" = dt. "Schnitt, Eingriff in die weiße Gehirnsubstanz" zu griech. "lobós" = dt. "(Ohr)läppchen"
Dt. "Atom" = "Unteilbares"
Auch dt. "Tempel" zu lat. "templum", als "Platz aus dem Wald geschnitten wurde", (gerodet wurde), um die Zeremonien durchzuführen, soll auf griech. "temnein" zurück gehen.

Ebenso basiert darauf engl. "tome" (1510), das über mfrz. "tome", auf lat. "tomus" = dt. "Abschnitt eines Buches" und griech. "tomos" mit der selben Bedeutung zurück geht.

Als Wurzel wird ide. "*tom-", "*tem-" = dt. "schneiden" postuliert. Darauf basiert auch lat. "aestimare" = engl. "schätzen", "bewerten", "taxieren".

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(E?)(L?) http://www.alphadictionary.com/goodword/date/2011/09/27

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Word History:
"Entomology" comes from the Greek "entomon", the neuter of "entomos" "cut in two" (referring to most insects' segmented bodies). The verb underlying this past participle is "entemnein" "to cut up", comprising "en-" "in" + "temnein" "to cut".

English helped itself to several words from Greek based on this root:
"anatomy" "the study of the uncut body",
"lobotomy" "removal of a lobe of the brain" and
"atom" "uncuttable, indivisible particle" (which we now know is divisible).

We see it also in "temple" from Latin "templum", which apparently referred to a place that was cleared of trees, cut out of the forest, where auguries were carried out.


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entomology, etymology (nn.)

These words are frequently confused: entomology is the branch of zoology that deals with insects, and etymology is the branch of language study that deals with word history and word origins.


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Berkeley Natural History Museums (BNHM)
Website for this consortium of six member museums and eight field stations associated with the University of California, Berkeley, including the Essig Museum of Entomology, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, and Central Sierra Snow Laboratory. Features li ...


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Berkeley Natural History Museums: Search Specimens in Our Collections
Database for specimens held by six natural history museums at the University of California, Berkeley: Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University and Jepson Herbaria, Essig Museum of Entomology, Museum of Paleontology, Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropolo ...


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Essig Museum of Entomology Collections


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The Essig Museum of Entomology is a world-class terrestrial arthropod collection with a historical focus on surveying the insect fauna of California. Today that focus has broadened to include the eastern Pacific Rim and the islands of the Pacific Ba ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.bijlmakers.com/entomology/begin.htm

Entomology for Beginners
"Entomology is the study of insects. This page provides some basic information on insects. First a quick look at the anatomy of adult insects. Then a short story about the metamorphosis of insects."


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entomology (zoology) | forensic entomology | haltere (entomology) | naiad (entomology)


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Lubarsky's Law of Cybernetic Entomology: prov.: “There is always one more bug.”


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entomology, The scientific study of insects.
pronunciation: "kwen chong shuey"


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Die selbe Seite wird hier mit Hilfe von CSS-Angaben in über 200 Varianten dargestellt. Das Design dieser Variante (von Jon Hicks, United Kingdom) wird mit "Entomology" bezeichnet.

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In der "Dewey Decimal Classification" findet man: Entomology 595

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Johanssen, Oskar Augustus: Handbook of Medical Entomology (English) (as Author)

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Riley, William Albert: Handbook of Medical Entomology (English) (as Author)

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Smith, John Bernhard, 1858-1912: Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology (English) (as Author)

(E?)(L?) http://www.howstuffworks.com/environmental/life/biology-fields/entomology-info.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.ent.iastate.edu/list/directory/157
Iowa State Entomology Index of Internet Resources

(E?)(L?) http://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/science/entomology.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.insects.org/ced

Cultural Entomology Digest – Insect Articles

Cultural Entomology Digest Issue 1
Issue 1 of the Cultural Entomology Digest was released in June of 1993. Articles include: Cultural Entomology Digest Issue 2
Issue 2 of the Cultural Entomology Digest was released in February of 1994. Articles include: Cultural Entomology Digest Issue 3
Issue 3 of the Cultural Entomology Digest was released in November of 1994. Articles include: Cultural Entomology Digest Issue 4
Issue 1 of the Cultural Entomology Digest was released in November of 1997. Articles include:


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Lubarsky's Law of Cybernetic Entomology /prov./ "There is *always* one more bug."


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Subject: Antedating of "Entomology"
From: Fred Shapiro
Reply-To: American Dialect Society
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 07:07:16 -0500

entomology (OED 1766)

1764 _General Magazine of Arts and Sciences_ May 259 (Eighteenth Century Collections Online) Observations on the Animal Kingdom. Translated from the Latin of Dr. Linnaeus. ... I undertook to write my System of Zoology. In the _Tetrapodology_ (or History of Quadrupeds) I have chiefly deduced the Orders of the Animals from the Teeth ... in _Entomology_ (or the History of Insects) from the _Antennae_ and Wings, &c.


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Entomology | Entomology, medical | Medical entomology


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Limericks on entomological

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Limericks on entomology

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entomologic | entomological | entomologically | entomologist | entomology | unentomological


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That's not the first time entomology and etymology have been confused, but it's certainly one of the best anecdotes about such confusion! We hope you don't miss the entomos. By the way, the entomo- in entomology comes from Greek meaning "cut up", referring to the segments of insects bodies! So if someone is being a "cut up", we can call him an entomologist!
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entomology n. [Gr. entomon, insect; logos, discourse] That branch of zoology dealing with insects.


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guide for plant pathology, entomology, bacteriology, mycology, nematology, virology, weeds, parasitic plants

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University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL) - Department of Entomology


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entomology – the scientific study of insects [not to be confused with etymology]
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Wordorigins.org is devoted to the origins of words and phrases, or as a linguist would put it, to etymology. Etymology is the study of word origins. (It is not the study of insects; that is entomology.) Where words come from is a fascinating subject, full of folklore and historical lessons. Often, popular tales of a word’s origin arise. Sometimes these are true; more often they are not. While it can be disappointing when a neat little tale turns out to be untrue, almost invariably the true origin is just as interesting.
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Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Entomology" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1790 auf.

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Enzoology (W3)

"Enzoology" ist ein Wortspiel mit dem Vornamen "Enzo" und "Zoology"

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ABOUT ENZOOLOGY

"Enzoology" was originally created by "Enzo Monfre" at the age of seven. Originally a series of videos on-line, the idea sparked the development of "Exploration Nation" a supplemental educational program designed to ignite the love of science among elementary students.

Now 10 years old, Enzo is still exploring science in real life: whether he's tracking Giant Garter snakes with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, experiencing what it's like to live in space with NASA or going behind the scenes with the San Antonio Zoo to experience first hand conservation and science principles.

Our goal is to reach millions of kids and show them that it's cool to be into science, care about the natural world and support life long interest in science and conservation.

Enzo believes science can save the world - one kid at a time.
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Ethnozoology (W3)

Engl. "Ethnozoology" setzt sich zusammen aus griech. "éthnos" = dt. "Volk", "Volksstamm", "Nation", griech. "zoon" = dt. "Lebewesen", "Tier" (griech. "zen", "zoein" = "leben") und griech. "lógos" = dt. "Logos", "Lehre". Die "Ethnozoology" ist demnach die "Lehre, Wissenschaft von den Tierstämmen", bzw. die "Lehre der Interaktion zwischen Mensch und Tierwelt", engl. "interactions between people and animals".

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Word Unit: Ethnozoology (interactions between people and animals).

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-galea-
-galeat-
-galei-
-galeo-
-galer- (W3)

Der Präfix/Suffix "-galea-", "-galeat-", "-galei-", "-galeo-", "-galer-" ist vorzugsweise in der Botanik und der Zoologie anzutreffen. Er geht zurück auf lat., griech. "galea" = dt. "Helm", "Lederhelm", Haube". Die Bedeutungsentwicklung verlief über "Wiesel", "Wieselpelz" or "Wieselhaut", "Leder", "Lederhelm". Man findet es auch in der erweiterten Bedeutung "Katze-".

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| galea | galeanthropy | galeated | galeiform | galeomania | galeophilia | galeophobia | galeopithecus


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Dice, Lee Raymond
The Mammals of Warren Woods, Berrien County, Michigan
Occasional Paper of the Museum of Zoology, Number 86

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Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isidore, 1805-1861
Instructions Relative to Anthropology and Zoology

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Movement of the International Literary Exchanges, between France and North America from January 1845 to May, 1846
With Instructions for Collecting, Preparing, and Forwarding
Objects of Natural History Written by The Professors
Administrators of The Museum Of Natural History At Paris.
And Instructions Relative to Anthropology and Zoology (English) (as Editor)

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Harvey, William
Quadrupeds, What They Are and Where Found
A Book of Zoology for Boys

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Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895
On the Study of Zoology

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Journal of Entomology and Zoology
Volume Eleven, Number Two, June 1919

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MacGillivray, William, 1796-1852
Lives of Eminent Zoologists, from Aristotle to Linnæus
with Introductory remarks on the Study of Natural History

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CONTENTS.
INTRODUCTION.
Remarks on the Estimation in which Natural History is held at the present Day, and on its Importance—Men are more conversant with Nature in uncivilized Life—The original State of Man, and his progressive Acquisition of Knowledge—General View of the Objects of Natural History: the Earth's Surface and Structure, the Ocean, the Atmosphere, Plants, and Animals—Definition of Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology—Sketch of the Progress of Zoology: four Eras distinguished, as marked by the Names of Aristotle, Pliny, Linnæus, and Cuvier, 17

ARISTOTLE.
SECTION I.
REMARKABLE EVENTS IN THE LIFE OF ARISTOTLE.
Introductory Remarks—Birth and Parentage of Aristotle—He studies Philosophy under Plato—Is highly distinguished in the Academy—Retires to Atarneus on the Death of his Master—Marries—Is invited by Philip to superintend the Education of Alexander—Prosecutes his Studies at the Court—On the Succession of Alexander, returns to Athens, where he sets up a[Pg 8] School in the Lyceum—Corresponds with Alexander, who supplies Means for carrying on his Investigations—Alexander finds Fault with him for publishing some of his Works, and after putting Callisthenes to Death, exalts his Rival Xenocrates—On the Death of Alexander, he is accused by his Enemies of Impiety, when he escapes to Chalcis, where he dies soon after—His personal Appearance and Character—His Testament—History of his Writings—Great Extent of the Subjects treated of by him—His Notions on elementary Bodies—The Material Universe—The Changes to which the Earth has been subjected, and the Eternity of its Existence—Conclusion, 38
SECTION II.
ACCOUNT OF ARISTOTLE'S HISTORY OF ANIMALS.
Aristotle's Ideas respecting the Soul—His Views of Anatomy and Physiology—Introduction to his History of Animals, consisting of Aphorisms or general Principles—His Division of Animals; their external Parts; their Arrangement into Families; their internal Organs; Generation, &c. 55

PLINY THE ELDER.
ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE AND WORKS.
Introductory Remarks—Notice respecting Pliny by Suetonius—Account of his Habits, as given by his Nephew, Pliny the Younger—Various Particulars of his Life—His Death occasioned by an Eruption of Vesuvius—Buffon's Opinion of the Writings of Pliny—Judgment of Cuvier on the same Subject—Brief Account of the Historia Naturalis, including Extracts respecting the Wolf, the Lion, and other Animals—Cleopatra's Pearls—History of a Raven—Domestic Fowls—General Remarks

GESNER, BELON, SALVIANI, RONDELET, AND ALDROVANDI.
ZOOLOGISTS OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY.
Conrad Gesner—Account of his Life and Writings, preceded by Remarks on those of Ælian, Oppian, Albertus Magnus, Paolo Giovio, and Hieronymus Bock—Pierre Belon—Hippolito Salviani—Guillaume Rondelet—Ulysses Aldrovandi—General Remarks on their Writings, and the State of Science at the Close of the Sixteenth Century, 102

JONSTON, GOEDART, REDI, AND SWAMMERDAM.
ZOOLOGISTS OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
Brief Account of the Lives and Writings of John Jonston, John Goedart, Francis Redi, and John Swammerdam—Notice respecting the principal Works of Swammerdam—His Birth and Education—He studies Medicine, but addicts himself chiefly to the Examination of Insects—Goes to France, where he forms an Acquaintance with Thevenot—Returns to Amsterdam, takes his Degree, improves the Art of making Anatomical Preparations—Publishes various Works—Destroys his Health by the Intensity of his Application—Becomes deeply impressed with religious Ideas—Adopts the Opinions of Antoinette Bourignon—Is tortured by conflicting Passions—Endeavours to dispose of his Collections—Is affected with Ague and Anasarca, and dies after protracted Suffering—His Writings published by Boerhaave—His Classification of Insects, 118

RAY.
ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF RAY.
Birth and Parentage of Ray—He receives the Rudiments of his Education at Braintree School—At the age of Sixteen enters at Katherine Hall, Cambridge—Removes to Trinity College, where he passes through various Gradations, and becomes a Fellow—Publishes his Catalogue of Cambridge Plants, and undertakes several Journeys—Extracts from his Itineraries—Resigns his Fellowship—Becomes a Member of the Royal Society—Publishes his Catalogue of English Plants, &c.—Death of his most intimate Friend, Mr Willughby—Character of that Gentleman—Mr Ray undertakes the Education of his Sons, and writes a Vocabulary for their Use—Notice of Dr Lister—Several Works published by Mr Ray, who improves and edits Willughby's Notes on Birds and Fishes—Continues his scientific Labours—Remarks on the Scoter and Barnacle—Letters of Dr Robinson and Sir Hans Sloane—Notice respecting the latter—Publication of the Synopsis of British Plants, the Wisdom of God manifested in the Works of Creation, &c.—Estimate of the Number of Animals and Plants known—Synopsis of Quadrupeds and Serpents—Classification of Animals—Various Publications—Ray's Decline—His last Letter—His Ideas of a Future State, and of the Use of the Study of Nature—His Death, Character, and principal Writings, 136

REAUMUR.
ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF REAUMUR.
Birth and Education of Reaumur—He settles at Paris, where he is introduced to the Scientific World by the President Henault, and becomes a Member of the Academy of Sciences—His Labours[Pg 11] for the Improvement of the Arts—His Works on Natural History, of which the Memoirs on Insects are the most important—His Occupations and Mode of Life, 183
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Perrier, Edmond
La philisophie zoologique avant Darwin

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TABLE DES MATIÈRES

PRÉFACE

CHAPITRE PREMIER.—Introduction.
Idées premières sur la place des animaux dans la nature.—Les mythologies et les philosophies de l'antiquité.

CHAPITRE II.—Aristote.
Premières notions sur les analogies et les homologies des organes.—Formes corrélatives.—Divisions établies parmi les animaux.—Idée de l'espèce.—Principe de continuité.—Degrés de perfection organique.—Possibilité d'une transformation des formes animales.

CHAPITRE III.—La période romaine.
Lucrèce: la formation des premiers organismes; la lutte pour la vie.—Pline: attributs merveilleux des animaux; nature et mode de formation des monstres marins; notions d'anatomie.—Elien; Oppien.—Galien: progrès de l'anatomie; corrélation entre la forme extérieure des animaux, leur organisation et leurs mœurs.

CHAPITRE IV.—Le moyen âge et la renaissance.
Les médecins arabes.—Les alchimistes.—Albert le Grand.—Premiers grands voyages.—Renaissance de l'anatomie.—Belon, Rondelet.—François Bacon.—Progrès de la physiologie et de l'anatomie.—Les premiers micrographes.—Préjugés encore régnant au XVIe siècle.

CHAPITRE V.—Évolution de l'idée de l'espèce.
Les grands travaux descriptifs: Wotton, Gessner, Aldrovande. —Ray: définition de l'espèce. —Premiers essais de nomenclature. —Linné: la fixité des espèces; la nomenclature binaire.

CHAPITRE VI.—Les philosophes du XVIIIe siècle.
E. Bonnet: la chaîne des êtres; les révolutions du globe; l'état passé et l'état futur les plantes, des animaux et de l'homme; l'emboîtement des germes.—Robinet: ses idées sur l'évolution.—De Maillet: les fossiles.—Erasme Darwin: le transformisme fondé sur l'épigénèse.—Transformation des animaux sous l'influence des habitudes; analogie avec Lamarck et Charles Darwin.—Maupertuis: la sensibilité de la matière et le transformisme.—Diderot: la vie de l'espèce et la vie de l'individu.

CHAPITRE VII.—Buffon.
Opposition de Buffon aux classifications; elles conduisent nécessairement au transformisme.—Utilité des systèmes artificiels.—Distribution géographique des animaux.—Probabilité de modifications dans les espèces.—Espèces éteintes; lutte pour la vie.—Opposition à la doctrine des causes finales.—Principe de continuité.

CHAPITRE VIII.—Lamarck.
Importance attribuée aux animaux inférieurs.—Génération spontanée.—Perfectionnement graduel des organismes; influence des besoins, des habitudes.—L'hérédité et l'adaptation. — Transformation des espèces appartenant aux périodes géologiques antérieures.—Opposition à la théorie des cataclysmes généraux.—Importance des causes actuelles.—Généalogie du règne animal.—Origine de l'homme.

CHAPITRE IX.—Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire.
Opposition des deux doctrines de la fixité et de la variabilité des espèces.—L'unité de plan de composition.—Importance des organes rudimentaires.—Balancement des organes.—Théorie des analogues; principe des connexions.—Analogie des animaux inférieurs et des embryons des animaux supérieurs.—Arrêts de développement.—Les monstres et la tératologie.—Idées de Geoffroy sur la variabilité des espèces; les transformations brusques; l'influence du milieu.—Extension de l'unité de plan de composition aux animaux articulés; retournement du vertébré; idées d'Ampère.—Lien généalogique entre les espèces fossiles et les espèces vivantes.

CHAPITRE X.—Georges Cuvier.
Affinités avec Linné; influence des débuts de Cuvier sur son œuvre scientifique; les révolutions du globe; théories des créations successives et des migrations.—Création de la paléontologie.—Caractère des inductions de Cuvier.—Ordre d'apparition des animaux; création spéciale des principaux groupes.—La classification naturelle; adhésion au principe des causes finales; principe des conditions d'existence; loi de la corrélation des formes; loi de la subordination des caractères.—Les quatre embranchements du règne animal.

CHAPITRE XI.—Discussion entre Cuvier et Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire.
Essai d'extension aux mollusques de la théorie de l'unité de plan de composition.—Opposition de Cuvier; que doit-on entendre par unité de plan?—Les connexions éclairées par l'embryogénie et l'épigénèse.—Adhésion de Cuvier à l'hypothèse de la préexistence des germes.—Von Baër et les quatre types de développement.—L'école des idées et l'école des faits.—Influence respective de Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, de Cuvier et de Lamarck.

CHAPITRE XII.—Gœthe.
Idées de Gœthe sur l'unité des types organiques.—La métamorphose des plantes; la structure des végétaux, le végétal idéal.—Travaux d'anatomie comparée; recherche du type idéal du squelette.—Transformisme de Gœthe.

CHAPITRE XIII.—Dugès.
Essai de conciliation des idées de Cuvier et de Geoffroy.—La conformité organique dans l'échelle animale.—Moquin-Tandon et la théorie du zoonite.—Généralisation de cette théorie par Dugès.—Théorie de la constitution des organismes; loi de multiplicité ou de répétition des parties; loi de disposition, loi de modification et de complication; loi de coalescence.—Idées de Dugès sur les types organiques.

CHAPITRE XIV.—Les philosophes de la nature.
Idées de Schelling.—Oken: les polarités et la genèse de l'univers.—Le mucus primitif.—Génération équivoque des infusoires; les éléments anatomiques.—Loi de répétition déduite de la philosophie de la nature.—L'homme et le microcosme.—Les degrés d'organisation.—Théorie de la vertèbre; constitution vertébrale du crâne.—Spix: application de la loi de répétition à l'anatomie comparée.—Carus: extension de la théorie de la vertèbre.

CHAPITRE XV.—La théorie des types organiques et ses conséquences.
Richard Owen: le squelette archétype.—Analogie, homologie, homotypie.—Théorie du segment vertébral.—Le vertébré idéal et l'existence de Dieu.—Transformisme de R. Owen.—Savigny: l'unité de composition de la bouche des insectes.—Audouin: unité de composition du squelette des animaux articulés.—H. Milne Edwards: le type articulé; identité fondamentale des zoonites; signification des régions du corps; loi de la division du travail physiologique, son importance générale.—L'accroissement du corps et la reproduction agame chez les articulés; identité des deux phénomènes; signification des zoonites; parallèle entre les lois de la constitution des animaux et les lois de l'économie politique.—Suite des recherches sur les animaux inférieurs: MM. de Quatrefages, Blanchard, de Lacaze-Duthiers.

CHAPITRE XVI.—Louis Agassiz.
Conséquences philosophiques de l'hypothèse de la fixité des espèces.—La possibilité d'une classification démontre l'existence de Dieu.—L'existence d'un plan de la création et la doctrine du transformisme.—Arguments en faveur de la fixité des espèces.—Faiblesse de ces arguments.—Nature des caractères des divisions zoologiques des divers degrés.—Définition nouvelle des espèces. Désaccord de cette définition avec les faits.—Réalité de l'espèce.—Causes de l'isolement physiologique des espèces.

CHAPITRE XVII.—Les animaux inférieurs.
Progrès successifs des découvertes relatives aux animaux inférieurs.—Trembley: l'Hydre d'eau douce.—Peyssonnel: le Corail.—Cuvier: la Pennatule.—Lesueur: les Siphonophores.—De Chamisso: la génération alternante des Salpes.—Sars: la génération alternante des Hydroméduses.—Steenstrup: théorie de la génération alternante.—Van Beneden: la digénèse.—Leuckart: le polymorphisme.—Owen: la parthénogenèse et la métagénèse.—Théorie de la reproduction, par M. H. Milne Edwards.—Théorie générale de la reproduction agame.

CHAPITRE XVIII.—La théorie cellulaire et la constitution de l'individu.
Pinel: les membranes.—Bichat: les tissus, leurs propriétés générales.—Dujardin: le sarcode.—Schleiden: les cellules végétales.—Schwann: extension aux animaux de la théorie cellulaire.—Prévost et Dumas: la segmentation du vitellus de l'œuf.—Recherches relatives à l'origine des cellules, ou éléments anatomiques de l'organisme; signification de l'œuf.—Définition de la cellule; le protoplasme et les plastides.—Constitution des individus les plus simples.—Colonies animales; nombreuses transitions entre les colonies et les individus d'ordre supérieur.—Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire: la vie coloniale, signe d'infériorité.—M. de Lacaze-Duthiers: opposition entre les invertébrés et les vertébrés.—Théorie générale de l'individualité animale.

CHAPITRE XIX.—L'embryogénie.
L'épigénèse et l'embryogénie.—Harvey: Influence de la théorie cellulaire.—L'œuf considéré comme cellule.—Théorie des feuillets blastodermiques.—Généralisation exagérée des résultats obtenus par l'étude des vertébrés.—L'embryogénie au point de vue de l'histogenèse et l'organogénèse.—Serres et l'anatomie transcendante.—L'embryogénie considérée comme une anatomie comparée transitoire.—Arguments à l'appui de cette théorie.—Classifications embryogéniques; causes de leur insuffisance.—L'embryogénie d'un organisme en est la généalogie abrégée.—Accélération embryogénique; phénomènes perturbateurs qui en résultent.—Liens réels entre l'embryogénie, la morphologie générale et la paléontologie.

CHAPITRE XX.—L'espèce et ses modifications.
Revue rapide des idées relatives à l'espèce.—Position véritable du problème de l'espèce; manières directes de résoudre ce problème.—Essais de solution indirecte.—Opposition de la race et de l'espèce.—Prétendus critérium de l'espèce: fécondité limitée; instabilité des formes hybrides.—Théorie de Godron.—Expériences et théorie de M. Ch. Naudin.—Identité de la race et de l'espèce.—Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire: théorie de la variabilité limitée.—Comparaison des doctrines d'Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire et de Charles Darwin.—Conclusion.
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Vattemare, Alexandre, 1796-1864
Movement of the International Literary Exchanges, between France and North America from January 1845 to May, 1846
With Instructions for Collecting, Preparing, and Forwarding
Objects of Natural History Written by The Professors
Administrators of The Museum Of Natural History At Paris.
And Instructions Relative to Anthropology and Zoology

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Wood, Norman
The Mammals of Washtenaw County, Michigan
Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, No. 123

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I

-id-
-ida-
-idae- (W3)

Der Suffix "-id-", "-ida-", "-idae-", bezieht sich auf griech. "-ides", plur. griech. "-idai" = dt. "Abkömmling von" und wird zur Bildung von botanischen und zoologischen Begriffen (Familien, Gattungen) verwendet, mit der Bedeutung dt. "abstammend von", "bezogen auf", "verbunden mit".

Liliidae | Rosidae
Amoebidae | Agorophiidae | Balaenidae | Balaenopteridae | Basilosauridae | Delphinidae | Eschrichtiidae | Felidae | Laridae | Mesonychidae | Monodontidae | Platanistidae

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-ida

| Anapsida | Araneida | Ichthyopsida | Ornithoscelida | Pseudoscorpionida | Sauropsida | Scorpionida | Therapsida


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Word Unit: -idae, -ida, -id (Greek: a suffix used to form the names of families in zoology and biology; descended from, related to).

-idae, -ida, -id

| Agorophiidae | Balaenidae | Balaenopteridae | Basilosauridae | Delphinidae | Eschrichtiidae | Mesonychidae | Monodontidae | Platanistidae


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Zoology: Biographies

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| Akeley, Carl Ethan | Audubon, John James | Avebury, John Lubbock, 1st Baron | Baird, Spencer Fullerton | Bates, Henry Walter | Beebe, William | Bonnet, Charles | Bütschli, Otto | | Coues, Elliott | Davenport, Charles Benedict | Dean, Bashford | Ditmars, Raymond Lee | Dujardin, Félix | Eigenmann, Carl H. | Fabre, Jean Henri | Fabricius, Johan Christian | Forster, Johann Reinhold | Fossey, Dian | Frisch, Karl von | Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Étienne | Goodall, Jane | Grassi, Giovanni Battista | Howard, Leland Ossian | Hyatt, Alpheus | Jennings, Herbert Spencer | Jordan, David Starr | Kellogg, Vernon Lyman | Lacépède, Bernard Germain Étienne de la Ville, comte de | Lankester, Sir Edwin Ray | Lorenz, Konrad | Lubbock, Sir John | Lyman, Theodore | Mayr, Ernst | Milne-Edwards, Henri | Mivart, St. George Jackson | Morgan, Conwy Lloyd | Newton, Alfred | Ormerod, Eleanor Anne | Owen, Sir Richard | Peterson, Roger Tory | Redi, Francesco | | Saint-Hilaire, Étienne Geoffroy | Say, Thomas | Schaudinn, Fritz | Scudder, Samuel Hubbard | Siebold, Karl Theodor Ernst von | Swammerdam, Jan | Thomson, Sir Charles Wyville | Thomson, Sir John Arthur | Tinbergen, Nikolaas | Whitman, Charles Otis | Willughby, Francis | Wilson, Alexander | Wilson, Edmund Beecher | Wilson, Edward Osborne


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invertebrate (W3)

Engl. (zool.) "invertebrate" (1826) = dt. "wirbellos", als Substantiv engl. "Invertebrate" = dt. "wirbelloses Tier", geht zurück auf lat. "in-" = dt. "nicht" und lat. "vertebra" = dt. "Verbindungsstück", "Bindeglied", ("ohne Rückgrat"). Der Term "Invertebrata", neulat. "invertebratus" als biologische Klassifikation wurde im Jahr 1805 geprägt, von Georges Léopole Chrétien Frédéric Dagobert, Baron Cuvier (1769-1832).

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Dragonfly (3) | Grizzled Pintail (1) | Hairy Dragonfly (1) | Hairy Hawker (2) | Halloween Pennant (1) | Halloween Pennant Dragonfly (1) | Hudsonian Whiteface (1) | Jewelwing (1) | Jewelwing (male) (1) | Keeled Skimmer (4) | Large Red Damselfly (6) | Large White-faced Darter (7) | Little Blue Dragonlet (1) | Long-legged Marsh Glider (1) | Male (1) | Migrant Hawker (4) | Mosaic Darner (3) | Needham's Skimmer (1) | Norfolk Damselfly (1) | Norfolk Hawker (4) | Northern Bluet (2) | Northern Damselfly (1) | Ocean Glider Dragonfly (1) | Odonata (1) | Ornate Bluet (2) | Pacific Forktail (3) | Pacific Spiketail (5) | Painted Skimmer (1) | Pied Paddy Skimmer (1) | Pygmy Damselfly (2) | Red Skimmer Dragonfly (1) | Red-eyed Damselfly (1) | Red-veined Meadowhawk (4) | Rhamburs Forktail (2) | Ruddy Darter (4) | Saffron-winged Meadowhawk (1) | Sandhill Clubtail (4) | Scarce Chaser (7) | Scarce Emerald Damselfly (2) | Serpent Ringtail (1) | Slaty Skimmer (1) | Small Bluetail Damselfly (2) | Small Pincertail (5) | Small Red-eyed Damselfly (1) | Small Redeye (1) | Small Spreadwing (2) | Sombre Goldenring (1) | Sooty Dancer (4) | Southern Darter (3) | Southern Emerald Damselfly (1) | Southern Hawker (4) | Southern Skimmer (3) | Spot-winged Glider (2) | Spotted Darter (1) | Spotted Spreadwing (1) | Spreadwing (1) | Springwater Dancer (1) | Stalked-winged Damselfly (1) | Striped Meadowhawk (2) | Subarctic Hawker (1) | Ten-spot Skimmer (1) | Ten-spot Skimmer Dragonfly (1) | The Widow (1) | Tropical King Skimmer (3) | Tule Bluet (2) | Twilight Darner (3) | Two-spotted Dragonfly (2) | Vagrant Darter (2) | Variable Damselfly (4) | Variable Dancer (4) | Variegated Meadowhawk (16) | Vivid Dancer (13) | Wandering Glider (1) | Western Forktail (5) | Western Meadowhawk (1) | Western Pondhawk (2) | Western Red Damsel (1) | Western Willow Spreadwing (1) | White-legged Damselfly (8) | White-tailed Skimmer (4) | Whitebelted Ringtail (1) | Widow Dragonfly (3) | Widow Skimmer (10) | Widow Skimmer (female) (1) | Widow Skimmer (male) (1) | Yellow-spotted Dragonfly (2) | Orthoptera (Grasshoppers, Crickets, & Katydids) | Angular-winged Katydid (3) | Angularwinged Katydid (5) | Apollo Shield-back Katydid (1) | Black-horned Tree Cricket (2) | Blue-winged Grasshopper (1) | Brown Leaf Locust (1) | Bush Katydid (1) | Camel Cricket (3) | Chaparral Camel Cricket (2) | Coachella Valley Giant Sand-treader Cricket (3) | Common Green Darner (5) | Common Whitetail (5) | Cone-headed Grasshopper (1) | Cone-headed Katydid (1) | Creosote Bush Grasshopper (1) | Creosote Bush Katydid (1) | Cricket (4) | Dark Bush-cricket (4) | Drumming Katydid (2) | Eastern Lubber Grasshopper (2) | Eastern Lubber Grasshopper (nymph) (1) | European Mole Cricket (1) | Field Cricket (1) | Fork-tailed Bush Katydid (1) | Grasshopper (68) | Grasshopper / Cricket / Katydid (1) | Gray Bird Grasshopper (2) | Greater Angle-winged Katydid (1) | Greater Arid-land Katydid (1) | Green Locust (1) | Green Milkweed Locust (1) | Inseto (3) | Jerusalem Cricket (8) | Katy-did (2) | Katydid (21) | Keeled Shield-back Katydid (1) | Lesser Marsh Grasshopper (1) | Lubber Grasshopper (2) | Lubberly Band-winged grasshopper (1) | Lubberly Bandwinged Grasshopper (2) | Mexican Bush Katydid (1) | Mole Cricket (2) | Mormon cricket (1) | Mormon Cricket (1) | Obscure Bird Grasshopper (2) | Orthóptero (14) | Painted Locust (2) | Pallid-winged Grasshopper (6) | Pine Bluffs Grasshopper (3) | Potato Bug (5) | Proscopid Grasshopper (1) | Pygmy Grasshopper (3) | Rentz Lubber Grasshopper (2) | Shield-backed Katydid (3) | Slow Mountain Grasshopper (1) | Snowy Tree Cricket (1) | Speckled Sand Grasshopper (1) | Spur-throated Grasshopper (3) | Stick Grasshopper (1) | Striking Short-wing Grasshopper (1) | Tree Cricket (2) | Two-spotted Tree Cricket (3) | Vagrant Grasshopper (1) | Western Tree Cricket (1) | White-faced Bush Cricket (1) | Phasmatodea (Walkingsticks & Leaf Insects) | Australian Stick Insect (2) | Giant Prickly Stick Insect (1) | Leaf Insect (10) | Stick Insect (11) | Walking Stick (9) | Western Short Horned Walkingstick (1) | Western Short-horned Walking Stick (1) | Winged Walking Stick (1) | Plecoptera (Stoneflies) | Golden Stonefly (1) | Stonefly (1) | Stonefly Larva (2) | Psocoptera (Psocids) | Bark Louse (1) | Book Lice (2) | Damp Barklouse (2) | Raphidioptera (Snakeflies) | Serpent Fly (1) | Snake Fly (3) | Snakefly (12) | Square-headed Snakefly (1) | Siphonaptera (Fleas) | Bicho Do Pé (2) | Cat Flea (1) | Chigger (2) | Chigoe (2) | Jigger (2) | Sand Flea (2) | Thysanoptera (Thrips) | Black Hunter (1) | Myoporum Thrips (2) | Thrips (2) | western flower thrips (2) | Trichoptera (Caddisflies) | Caddis Fly (1) | Caddisfly (2) | Caddisfly Larva (3) | Northern Casemaker Caddis Fly (1) | Silver Striped Caddis Fly (1) | Zygentoma (Silverfish) | Bristletail (2) | Silverfish (6)


(E?)(L?) http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/fauna/com-Invertebrate-Spider.html

| American - Ecuadorean | American House Spider (1) | Ant-mimic Crab Spider (3) | Ant-mimic Jumping Spider (11) | Apache Jumping Spider (1) | Aracnídeo (6) | Araña Tigre (1) | Aranha-armadeira (2) | Argiope (1) | Arizona Blonde Tarantula (4) | Asian Birdeater (5) | Baboon Spider (3) | Banded Argiope (4) | Banded Garden Spider (7) | Barn Funnel Weaver (1) | Bird dropping spider (1) | Black And Yellow Argiope (2) | Black And Yellow Garden Spider (2) | Black And Yellow Garden Spider (male) (2) | Black widow (1) | Black Widow (2) | Black Widow Spider (6) | Black Widow Spider And Egg Sack (1) | Black Widow Spider With Egg Case (1) | Black Widow Spider With Egg Sack (1) | Black-and-yellow Argiope (3) | Bold Jumping Spider (3) | Bombay Trapdoor Spider (1) | Brazilian Black Tarantula (4) | Brazilian Graysmoke (4) | Brazilian Salmon Birdeater (1) | Brazilian Wandering Spider (2) | Brown Recluse Spider (2) | Brown Widow Spider (8) | Brown Widow Spider Eggsac (2) | California Ebony Tarantula (4) | California Funnel-web Spider (3) | California Tarantula (1) | Cellar Spider (3) | Chilean Rose (5) | Chinese Black Earth Tiger (3) | Chinese Earth Tiger Spider (3) | Chinese Spider (1) | Common House Spider (1) | Common Rose Hair Tarantula (4) | Common Tarantula (1) | Crab Spider (17) | Cross Spider (1) | Curved Spiny Spider (1) | Daddy Long-legs (3) | Daddy-long-legs Spider (1) | Desert Blonde Tarantula (3) | Dimorphic Jumping Spider (8) | Eastern Black-widow (1) | Ecuadorean Golden Tarantula (1) | Ecuadorean - Orbweaver | Ecuadorean Purple Tarantula (1) | Egg Sac of Map-backed Widow (2) | Elegant Crab Spider (1) | Elm Finger Gall (2) | European Garden Spider (5) | False Black Widow (1) | False Tarantula (1) | Fishing Spider (5) | Flower Crab Spider (6) | Flower Spider (7) | Folding-door Spider (4) | Funnel Weaver Spider (1) | Funnel Web Spider (4) | Furrow Spider (1) | Garden Orb-web Spider (3) | Garden Spider (7) | Giant Fishing Spiders (1) | Golden Arboreal Tarantula (1) | Golden Garden Spider (2) | Golden Orb Spider (3) | Golden Silk Orb-weaver (1) | Golden-silk Spider (3) | Goldenrod Crab Spider (9) | Goldenrod Spider (3) | Goliath Birdeating Tarantula (1) | Green Huntsmen Spider (1) | Green Lynx Spider (13) | Hackled Mesh Weaver (2) | Hasselt's Spiny Spider (1) | Hobo Spider (4) | Jumping Spider (15) | Jumping Spider (male) (4) | Jumpng Spider (4) | Lantern Bug (2) | Lantern Fly (2) | Long-jawed Orb Weaver (1) | Long-jawed Spider (1) | Lynx Spider (6) | Mano de Tigre (1) | Map-backed Widow (7) | Marbled Orb Weaver (1) | Marbled Orbweaver Spider (2) | Marbled Orbweaver Spider (male) (1) | Mexican Blonde Tarantula (2) | Mexican Flameknee (6) | Mexican Orange-kneed Tarantula (1) | Mexican Red Knee Tarantula (1) | Mexican Red Rump (2) | Nelson Cave Spider (5) | Nick`s Spider (2) | Notable Large Burrowing Spider (2) | Nursery Web Spider (8) | Orb Weaver Spider (3) | Orbweaver Spider (1) | Orchard - Zebra | Orchard Spider (1) | Pholcid (1) | pumpkin spider; shamrock spider (1) | Purple Metallic Tarantula (1) | Purple Pink-toe Tarantula (1) | red legged banded tarantula (2) | Red-kneed Tarantula (4) | Red-spotted Crab Spider (1) | Redback Spider (11) | Robust Trapdoor Spider (1) | Signature Spider (1) | Silver (4) | Silver Argiope (2) | Six-spotted Fishing Spider (3) | South American Widow Spider (1) | Spider (79) | Spider Net (4) | Spider Web (4) | Spiked Argiope Spider (4) | Spiny Orb-weaver (2) | Sydney Funnel-web Spider (4) | Sydney Funnelweb Spider (1) | Tarantula (7) | Texas Brown Tarantula (1) | Thai Zebra Tarantula (3) | The Brown Recluse Spider (7) | Tiger Spider (1) | Trap Door Spider (2) | Trap-door Spider (3) | Trashline Orbweaver (1) | Triangle Weaver (1) | Venusta Orchard Spider (1) | Violin Spider (7) | Wandering Spider (1) | Wasp Spider (6) | Western Black Widow (1) | Western Black Widow (male) (1) | Western Desert Tarantula (2) | Western Grass Spider (1) | White-backed Garden Spider (1) | Wolf Spider (9) | Writing (1) | Writing Spider With Stabilimenta (1) | Yellow Crab Spider (2) | Yellow Flower Spider (1) | Yellow Lined Epeus Jumping Spider (5) | Zebra Spider (1)


(E?)(L?) http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/fauna/com-Invertebrate-Other.html

| Abalone - Giant | Abalone (1) | Abalone Jingle (1) | Abiss Shrimp (1) | Acorn Barnacle (4) | Aeolid (2) | Aeolid Nudibranch (3) | African Snail (1) | African Whip-spider (2) | African Yellow Leg Scorpion (1) | Aggregate Phase (1) | Aggregated anemone (2) | Aggregated Sea Anemone (2) | Aggregating (1) | Aggregating Anemone (15) | Aggregating Sea Anemone (1) | Aggregating Sea Anemones (1) | Aka Cloning Anemone (1) | Alacrán (6) | Albany Giant Earthworm (1) | American Dog Tick (8) | Amphipod (1) | Anderson's Taildropper Slug (2) | Anémona Común (1) | Anemone (2) | Anemone Hermit Crab (1) | Angelic Tooth Snail (2) | Angular Unicorn (1) | Appalachian Brook Crayfish (1) | Argus Cowrie (5) | Argus Cowry (5) | Arizona Desert Hairy Scorpion (1) | Arizona Hairy Scorpion (1) | Arrow Crab (2) | Artichoke Coral (1) | Articulated Brachiopod (2) | Ascidian (2) | Atlantic Ghost Crab (3) | Atlantic Marsh Fiddler (1) | Atlantic Sand Crab (2) | Atlantic Sand Fiddler (3) | Atlantic Thorny Oyster (1) | Azure Vase Sponge (2) | Banana Slug (21) | Banded Brittle Star (1) | Banded Coral Shrimp (2) | Banded Desert Centipede (1) | Banded Globe (1) | Banded Tigersnail (2) | Barnacle (5) | Basket Star (1) | Bat Sea Star (1) | Bat Seastar (1) | Bat Star (43) | Bat Star Fish (1) | Bat Starfish (7) | Bat Stars (1) | Batwing Coral Crab (2) | Beach Cockroach (5) | Beach Isopod (3) | Beaded Lancetooth (2) | Bearded Mussel (2) | Bell Jelly (1) | Bell Medusa (1) | Berry's Chiton (1) | Big Fin Reef Squid (1) | Bigfin Reef Squid (1) | Black Abalone (1) | Black Arion (2) | Black Chiton (1) | Black Dorids (1) | Black Hairy Scorpion (3) | Black Katy (1) | Black Katy Chiton (1) | Black Prince Copepod (1) | Black Sea Nettle Jelly (5) | Black Truban Snail (1) | Black Turban Snail (10) | Black Western Slug (3) | Black Westernslug (3) | Black-and-yellow Cuthona (11) | Black-clawed Crab (1) | Black-tipped Spiny Dorid (6) | Blackclaw Crestleg Crab (1) | Blood Sea Star (1) | Blood Seastar (1) | Blood Spot Nudibranch (1) | Blood Star (4) | Blood Star Fish (1) | Blood Starfish (1) | Blood-spot Dorid (16) | Blood-spot Doris (1) | Blue Button (3) | Blue Coral (1) | Blue Crab (4) | Blue Florida Crayfish (1) | Blue Land Crab (1) | Blue Soldier Fly (1) | Blue Spiny Lobster (1) | Blue Top Snail (8) | Blue Topsnail (1) | Blue-gray Taildropper (2) | Blue-grey Taildropper (slug) (1) | Blue-handed Hermit Crab (1) | Blue-spined Seastar (1) | Blueband Hermit (1) | Bluebottle (6) | Bluegrey Taildropper Slug (2) | Bolacha-da-praia (1) | Book Scorpion/ Pseudo Scorpion (1) | Boreal Wentletrap (2) | Boring Sponge (1) | Botryllus (1) | Bottle Cucumber (1) | Brain Coral (2) | Branched Dendronotus (13) | Branching Bryozoan (2) | Branching Hydroid (1) | Brazilian Black Scorpion (1) | Brazilian Yellow Scorpion (1) | Bread Crumb Sponge (1) | Breadcrumb Sponge (2) | British Columbia Doto (4) | Brittle Star (12) | Brittlestar (1) | Broad-base Sea Squirt (2) | Broad-disc Star (1) | Broadclub Cuttlefish (3) | Broken Back Shrimp (1) | Broken-back Shrimp (1) | Brooding Anemone (5) | Brooding Sea Anemone (1) | Brooding Star (3) | Brown Aeolid (1) | Brown Cucumber (2) | Brown Cup Coral (2) | Brown Fat Tailed Scorpion (1) | Brown Garden Snail (1) | Brown Gardensnail (1) | Brown Jellyfish (4) | Brown Rock Crab (1) | Brown Scorpion (1) | Brown Slipper Lobster (2) | Brown Tube Sponge (1) | Brown Turban Snail (3) | Brown Zoanthids (2) | Brown-banded Arion (1) | Bryozoan (3) | Bubble Coral (2) | Buckshot Barnacle (2) | Burgundy Snail (1) | Buried Anemone (1) | Burrowing Anemone (1) | Burrowing Thick-tailed Scorpion (1) | Burrowing Tube Anemone (3) | Burrowing Tubee Anemone (2) | By-the-wind Sailor (1) | By-the-wind-sailor (2) | Calcareous Sponge (1) | California Armina (1) | California Berthella (6) | California Brown Sea Hare (1) | California Camelback Shrimp (2) | California Common Scorpion (1) | California Cone (6) | California Crayfish (1) | California Cup Coral (1) | California Floater (2) | California Forest Scorpion (3) | California Golden Gorgonian (5) | California Hydocoral (1) | California Hydrocoral (2) | California Mussel (8) | California Nuttall's Chiton (2) | California Piddock (1) | California Rock Lobster (1) | California Rock Scallop (1) | California Sea Cucumber (3) | California Sea Fan (5) | California Sea Hare (2) | California Seafan (5) | California Seahare (2) | California Sidegill Slug (10) | California Spiny Lobster (3) | California Spiny Lobsters (1) | California Stickhydroid (10) | California Trivia (3) | California Two-spot Octopus (1) | Callifornia Mussel (1) | Cangrejo Corredor (1) | Cangrejo Moruno (2) | Caracol de La Huella Digital (spanish) (3) | Caramujo (brazil) (3) | Caribbean Leatherleaf (1) | Caribbean Octopus (2) | Caribbean Reef Octopus (3) | Caribbean Spiny Lobster (2) | Carinate Dovesnail (1) | Carinated Dove Snail (1) | Carnivorous Chiton (8) | Carpenter Carditid (1) | Caseyid Millipede (1) | Catalina Nudibranch (1) | Centipede (13) | Centipedes (1) | Centopéia (1) | Chalk White Nudibranch (4) | Chalk-lined Dirona (1) | Chambered Nautilus (6) | Chan's Dorid (4) | Channeled Top Snail (2) | Channeled Topsnail (7) | Checkered Periwinkle (5) | Cherry Red Centipede (1) | Chestnut Cowrie (5) | Chestnut Cowry (6) | Chiton (20) | Chiton (no Common Name) (3) | Chiton (sea Cradle) (1) | Chocolate Arion (1) | Chocolate Chip Cucumber (1) | Chocolate Chip Sea Star (1) | Chocolate Chip Star Fish (5) | Chocolate Cuthona (4) | Chocolate Millipede (2) | Chocolate Porcelain Crab (2) | Christmas tree worm (2) | Christmas Tree Worm (3) | Christmas-tree Worm (10) | Chrysalis Snail (1) | Circled Rock Snail (1) | Clonal Anemone (6) | Clonal Plumose Anemone (6) | Cloporte Vulgaire (4) | Clown Nudibranch (4) | Clown Sea-slug (1) | Club Tipped Anemone (1) | Club Tipped Sea Anemone (3) | Club-tipped Anemone (12) | Cobalt Sponge (3) | Cock's Comb Oyster (1) | Cockerell's Dorid (12) | Cockerell's Dorid Nudibranch (1) | Cockscomb Nudibranch (2) | Coconut Crab (1) | Coeur D' Alene Oregonian (1) | Coeur D'Alene Oregonian (1) | Cold Seep Clam (1) | Colonial Anemone (3) | Colonial Hydroid (1) | Colonial Tunicate (3) | Columbia Vertigo (1) | Comb Jellyfish (1) | Commensal Crab (1) | Commensal Shrimp (3) | Common Comet Star (1) | Common Gulf Chiton (1) | Common Jellyfish (1) | Common Olive Snail (3) | Common Sea Jelly (2) | Common Snail (3) | Compound Tunicate (2) | Concha Fina (2) | Cone Shell (2) | Conservancy Fairy Shrimp (2) | Conservancy Shrimp (1) | Coon Stripe Shrimp (1) | Coonstripe Shrimp (2) | Cooper's Chiton (14) | Cooper's Nutmeg (1) | Coorer's Chiton (1) | Coquina (1) | Coral (24) | Coral Clam (1) | Coral Polyps (1) | Corynactis Anemone (4) | Costa Rica Mantleslug (1) | Cowry (1) | Crab (3) | Crayfish (3) | Creeping Ancylid (2) | Crimson Lobed Colonial Seasquirt (1) | Crinoid Squat Lobster (2) | Crown of Thorns (2) | Crown-of-thorn Starfish (3) | Crown-of-thorns Sea Star (6) | Crown-of-thorns Seastar (2) | Crown-of-thorns Star Fish (2) | Crown-of-thorns Starfish (2) | Crowned Tightcoil (3) | Cruising Male Amphipod (1) | Cryptic Kelp Crab (2) | Daddy Long Legs (1) | Daisy Brittle Star (1) | Daisy Coral (1) | Dancing Shrimp (2) | Dark Doto (7) | Dark Dwarf-turban (1) | Dark-bodied Glass-snail (4) | Dark-spot Cadlina (6) | Darkface Arion (3) | Dart Snail (4) | Dawson's Sun Sea Star (1) | Dawson's Sun Seastar (1) | Dawson's Sun Star (2) | Dawson's Sun Star Fish (1) | Dawson's Sun Starfish (1) | Dean Lane Creek Vespericola Species ? (2) | Death Stalker Scorpion (2) | Decorator Crab (4) | Deep Blade Shrimp (1) | Deep Water Giant Red Mysid (1) | Deep Water King Crab (1) | Deep Water Mushroom Soft Coral (6) | Deep Water Squat Lobster (8) | Deepwater Octocoral (1) | Dendronotus (2) | Diamondback Tritonia (8) | Dipluran (4) | Dirona Nudibranch (1) | Dock Shrimp (2) | Dog Winkle (1) | Dogwinkle (3) | Dorid (2) | Dove Shell (6) | Dromedary Jumping Slug (2) | Dromedary Jumping-slug (6) | Dromiid (1) | Dunce Cap Limpet (1) | Dungeness Crab (1) | Dusky Arion (1) | Dwarf Brittle Star (3) | Dwarf Chiton (3) | Dwarf Sea Cucumber (4) | Earthworm (5) | East Coast Sea Nettle (3) | East Pacific Red Octopus (18) | Egg Mass of Fiona (1) | Egg Mass On Rock (1) | Egg Shell False Cowry (1) | Egg-yolk Jellyfish (2) | Eggyolk Jelly (1) | Elegance Coral (1) | Elegant Eolid (1) | Elephant Ear Tunicate (1) | Elephant Slug (1) | Elkhorn Coral (4) | Emarginate Dogwinkle (1) | Emerald Coral (1) | Emperor Shrimp (1) | Encrusting Hydrocoral (3) 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Invertebrate Animals


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Invertebrate Zoology (W3)

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Invertebrates (W3)

Engl. (zool.) "invertebrate" (1826) = dt. "wirbellos", als Substantiv engl. "Invertebrate" = dt. "wirbelloses Tier", geht zurück auf lat. "in-" = dt. "nicht" und lat. "vertebra" = dt. "Verbindungsstück", "Bindeglied", ("ohne Rückgrat"). Der Term "Invertebrata", neulat. "invertebratus" als biologische Klassifikation wurde im Jahr 1805 geprägt, von Georges Léopole Chrétien Frédéric Dagobert, Baron Cuvier (1769-1832).

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Of the world’s c. 1.8 million described species, around 97 percent are invertebrates. Invertebrates were the first animals to evolve on earth, and exhibit a staggering level of diversity, from the relatively simple corals and jellyfish to the socially complex arthropods, such as the honey bee. Besides the lack of a backbone, members of this large, informal group do not have bony skeletons or true jaws. The main threats to terrestrial and freshwater invertebrates are habitat loss, pollution and competition with non-native species.

Explore ARKive for videos and images of endangered invertebrates, and learn about invertebrate conservation, biology and more in our species fact-files.

Species 1 - 965

| Acorn weevil (Curculio glandium) | Actinella (Actinella armitageana) | Actinella (Actinella giramica) | Actinella (Actinella littorinella) | Adonis blue (Lysandra bellargus) | African babul blue (Azanus jesous) | African giant swallowtail (Papilio antimachus) | Afroalpine sprite (Pseudagrion bicoerulans) | Agrias (Agrias claudina) | Alabama cave crayfish (Cambarus jonesi) | Alabama cave shrimp (Palaemonias alabamae) | Alabama lampmussel (Lampsilis virescens) | Alcon large blue (Maculinea alcon) | Alderfly (Sialis lutaria) | Algerian clubtail (Gomphus lucasii) | Allocharopa (Allocharopa erskinensis) | Alpine zephyr blue (Plebejus trappi) | Altamaha arcmussel (Alasmidonta arcula) | Altamaha pocketbook (Lampsilis dolabraeformis) | Alzoniella (Alzoniella hartwigschuetti) | Amani flatwing (Amanipodagrion gilliesi) | Amastrid land snail (Amastra albolabris) | Amastrid land snail (Amastra crassilabrum) | Amastrid land snail (Amastra cylindrica) | Amastrid land snail (Amastra micans) | Amastrid land snail (Amastra reticulata) | Amastrid land snail (Amastra rubens) | Amastrid land snail (Amastra spirizona) | Amastrid land snail (Carelia bicolor) | Amastrid land snail (Carelia cochlea) | Amastrid land snail (Carelia cumingiana) | Amastrid land snail (Carelia dolei) | Amastrid land snail (Carelia sinclairi) | Amazonian giant centipede (Scolopendra gigantea) | American burying beetle (Nicrophorus americanus) | Amnicola (Amnicola cora) | Ampelita (Ampelita fulgurata) | Amphorella (Amphorella iridescens) | Amphorella (Amphorella melampoides) | Ancient greenling (Hemiphlebia mirabilis) | Andaman crow (Euploea andamanensis) | Angled riffleshell (Epioblasma biemarginata) | Ant (Formica dirksi) | Ant (Formica talbotae) | Ant (Formicoxenus chamberlini) | Ant (Formicoxenus provancheri) | Ant (Formicoxenus quebecensis) | Ant (Harpagoxenus canadensis) | Ant (Harpagoxenus sublaevis) | Apollo butterfly (Parnassius apollo) | Apollo butterfly (Parnassius autocrator) | Appalacian elktoe (Alasmidonta raveneliana) | Arabian cicada (Platypleura arabica) | Arabian fat-tailed scorpion (Androctonus crassicauda) | Archachatina (Archachatina bicarinata) | Argent and sable moth (Rheumaptera hastata) | Army ant (Eciton burchellii) | Ashworth’s rustic (Xestia ashworthii) | Asian dwarf honey bee (Apis florea) | Aspen hoverfly (Hammerschmidtia ferruginea) | Atlas goldenring (Cordulegaster princeps) | Auriculella (Auriculella ambusta) | Auriculella (Auriculella uniplicata) | Australian ant (Nothomyrmecia macrops) | Baetica (Baetica ustulata) | Balinsky's sprite (Pseudagrion inopinatum) | Balkan goldenring (Cordulegaster heros) | Banded demoiselle (Calopteryx splendens) | Barberry carpet moth (Pareulype berberata) | Barred tooth-striped moth (Trichopteryx polycommata) | Basil-thyme case-bearer moth (Coleophora tricolor) | Basking malachite (Chlorolestes apricans) | Bast bark beetle (Ernoporus tiliae) | Bat Cave isopod (Caecidotea macropoda) | Bay checkerspot (Euphydryas editha) | Bekko tombo (Libellula angelina) | Belgrandiella (Belgrandiella fuchsi) | Bellamya (Bellamya contracta) | Bellamya (Bellamya crawshayi) | Bellamya (Bellamya mweruensis) | Bellamya (Bellamya pagodiformis) | Bellamya (Bellamya phthinotropis) | Bellamya (Bellamya robertsoni) | Bellamya (Bellamya rubicunda) | Bellamya (Bellamya trochearis) | Belle's sanddragon (Progomphus bellei) | Belted beauty moth (Lycia zonaria britannica) | Bicolor cactus snail (Xerarionta tryoni) | Big Blue Spring cave crayfish (Procambarus horsti) | Big Pine Key Conehead Katydid (Belocephalus micanopy) | Birdwing butterfly (Ornithoptera meridionalis) | Birdwing pearlymussel (Lemiox rimosus) | Black bean aphid (Aphis fabae) | Black bog ant (Formica candida) | Black lace-weaver (Amaurobius ferox) | Black pennant (Selysiothemis nigra) | Black slave-making ant (Protomognathus americanus) | Black widow spider (Latrodectus mactans) | Black-backed meadow ant (Formica pratensis) | Black-banded moth (Polymixis xanthomista statices) | Black-veined moth (Siona lineata) | Bliss Rapids snail (Taylorconcha serpenticola) | Blister beetle (Meloe franciscanus) | Bloody-nosed beetle (Timarcha tenebricosa) | Blue ground beetle (Carabus intricatus) | Blue pansy (Precis orithya) | Blue-spotted arab (Colotis phisadia) | Blushing snail (Succinea sanctaehelenae) | Bog hoverfly (Eristalis cryptarum) | Bolas spider (Mastophora hutchinsoni) | Bordered gothic moth (Heliophobus reticulata) | Borneo birdwing (Troides andromache) | Brazilian land snail (Megalobulimus grandis) | Bright wave moth (Idaea ochrata cantiata) | Brighton wainscot moth (Oria musculosa) | Brimstone (Gonepteryx rhamni) | Broken hornsnail (Pleurocera postelli) | Bronze Lundy cabbage flea beetle (Psylliodes luridipennis) | Brown hydra (Hydra oligactis) | Brown-banded carder bee (Bombus humilis) | Buff-tailed bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) | Bulgarian emerald (Somatochlora borisi) | Bullet ant (Paraponera clavata) | Burgundy snail (Helicarion rubicundus) | Buru opalescent birdwing (Troides prattorum) | Buttoned snout moth (Hypena rostralis) | Bythiospeum (Bythiospeum acicula) | Bythiospeum (Bythiospeum quenstedti) | Caldwellia (Caldwellia imperfecta) | California jumping gall wasp (Neuroterus saltatorius) | Calopteryx (Calopteryx syriaca) | Camponotus (Camponotus universitatis) | Canary brimstone (Gonepteryx cleobule) | Cape stag beetle (Colophon primosi) | Cape stag beetles (Colophon spp.) | Cape thorntail (Ceratogomphus triceraticus) | Caper white (Belenois aurota) | Capys (Capys penningtoni) | Carabid beetle (Carabus olympiae) | Cardinal click beetle (Ampedus cardinalis) | Cardinal click beetle (Ampedus rufipennis) | Carinotrachia (Carinotrachia carsoniana) | Carolina heelsplitter (Lasmigona decorata) | Carpenter ant (Camponotus ligniperda) | Carpenter bee (Xylocopa violacea) | Cassini periodical cicada (Magicicada cassini) | Castalia (Castalia martensi) | Cataract gorge snail (Pasmaditta jungermanniae) | Caterpillar hunting wasp (Delta dimidiatipenne) | Caterpillar slug (Laevicaulis haroldi) | Caucasian festoon (Zerynthia caucasica) | Caucasian goldenring (Cordulegaster mzymtae) | Cavespring crayfish (Cambarus tenebrosus) | Central North burrowing crayfish (Engaeus granulatus) | Cerambyx longicorn (Cerambyx cerdo) | Ceres featherlegs (Metacnemis angusta) | Ceylon birdwing (Troides darsius) | Ceylon rose (Atrophaneura jophon jophon) | Ceylon tiger (Parantica taprobana) | Ceylon tree nymph (Idea iasonia) | Ceylonthelphusa (Ceylonthelphusa kandambyi) | Chalepoxenus (Chalepoxenus brunneus) | Chalepoxenus (Chalepoxenus muellerianus) | Chalk carpet moth (Scotopteryx bipunctaria cretata) | Chequered skipper (Carterocephalus palaemon) | Cherax (Cherax leckii) | Cherokee clubtail (Gomphus consanguis) | Chimaera birdwing (Ornithoptera chimaera) | Chiriquita shadowdamsel (Palaemnema chiriquita) | Chirocephalus (Chirocephalus croaticus) | Chlorocypha (Chlorocypha jacksoni) | Chlorocypha (Chlorocypha molindica) | Chlorogomphus (Chlorogomphus brevistigma) | Chondrina (Chondrina oligodonta) | Chortipphus (Chortipphus acroleucus) | Christmas Island red crab (Gecarcoidea natalis) | Cinnabar moth (Tyria jacobaeae) | Cinquefoil skipper (Pyrgus cirsii) | Citronella ant (Acanthomyops latipes) | Clavator (Clavator moreleti) | Clay fan-foot moth (Paracolax tristalis) | Click beetle (Ampedus brunnicornis) | Click beetle (Ampedus hjorti) | Click beetle (Ampedus quadrisignatus) | Click beetle (Lacon quercus) | Cliff tiger beetle (Cicindela germanica) | Coachelia giant sand treader cricket (Macrobaenetes valgum) | Coastal petaltail (Petalura litorea) | Cobble elimia (Elimia vanuxemiana) | Coconut crab (Birgus latro) | Columbia clubtail (Gomphus lynnae) | Comma (Polygonia c-album) | Common birdwing (Troides helena) | Common blue (Polyommatus icarus) | Common blue damselfly (Enallagma cyathigerum) | Common carder bumblebee (Bombus pascuorum) | Common cockchafer (Melolontha melolontha) | Common European earwig (Forficula auricularia) | Common fan-foot moth (Pechipogo strigilata) | Common field grasshopper (Chorthippus brunneus) | Common froghopper (Philaenus spumarius) | Common garden slug (Arion distinctus) | Common green darner (Anax junius) | Common ground mantis (Eremiaphila braueri) | Common pond skater (Gerris lacustris) | Common pond-damsel (Ceriagrion glabrum) | Common scarlet-darter (Crocothemis erythraea) | Common striped woodlouse (Philoscia muscorum) | Common wasp (Vespula vulgaris) | Common woodlouse (Oniscus asellus) | Conasauga blue burrower (Cambarus cymatilis) | Conus (Conus africanus) | Conus (Conus cepasi) | Conus (Conus nobrei) | Conus (Conus zebroides) | Cooks’ cave millipede (Pseudotremia cookorum) | Coral Pink Sand Dunes tiger beetle (Cicindela limbata albissima) | Corded purg (Pyrgulopsis nevadensis) | Coremiocnemis (Coremiocnemis jeremyhuffi) | Cousin German moth (Protolampra sobrina) | Crab spider (Misumena vatia) | Crab spider (Thomisus onustus) | Crab spider (Xysticus kochi) | Cracking pearly mussel (Hemistena lata) | Cranefly (Lipsothrix nigristigma) | Cranefly (Tipula paludosa) | Crematogaster (Crematogaster pilosa) | Cretan bluet (Coenagrion intermedium) | Cretan spotted darner (Boyeria cretensis) | Crimson speckled footman (Utetheisa pulchella) | Cristilabrum (Cristilabrum bubulum) | Cristilabrum (Cristilabrum simplex) | Cristilabrum (Cristilabrum spectaculum) | Croatan crayfish (Procambarus plumimanus) | Cromwell chafer (Prodontria lewisi) | Crotchiella (Crotchiella brachyptera) | Crucifix ground beetle (Panagaeus crux-major) | Cryptazeca (Cryptazeca monodonta) | Cryptopotamon (Cryptopotamon anacoluthon) | Cumberland bean pearly mussel (Villosa trabalis) | Cumberlandian combshell (Epioblasma brevidens) | Curlyhair tarantula (Brachypelma albopilosum) | Cyathopoma (Cyathopoma picardense) | D'Abrera's tiger (Parantica dabrerai) | Damochlora (Damochlora spina) | Dark bordered beauty moth (Epione vespertaria) | Dark crimson underwing moth (Catocala sponsa) | Dark guest ant (Anergates atratulus) | Dark pincertail (Onychogomphus assimilis) | Dark-winged groundling (Brachythemis fuscopalliata) | David Bowie spider (Heteropoda davidbowie) | Death watch beetle (Xestobium rufovillosum) | Death’s-head hawkmoth (Acherontia styx) | Decim periodical cicada (Magicicada septendecim) | Delaware County Cave crayfish (Cambarus subterraneus) | Delta green ground beetle (Elaphrus viridis) | Desert babul blue (Azanus ubaldus) | Desert black tip (Elphinstonia charlonia) | Desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria) | Desert runner ant (Cataglyphis niger) | Desert white (Pontia glauconome) | Desmoulin's whorl snail (Vertigo moulinsiana) | Diadem butterfly (Hypolimnas misippus) | Dingy mocha moth (Cyclophora pendularia) | Divellomelon (Divellomelon hillieri) | Diving beetle (Agabus brunneus) | Diving beetle (Bidessus minutissimus) | Dlinza pinwheel (Trachycystis clifdeni) | Doimon (Doimon doichiangdao) | Domino beetle (Anthia duodecimguttata) | Dor beetle (Geotrupes stercorarius) | Dotted bee-fly (Bombylius discolor) | Double line moth (Mythimna turca) | Drab looper moth (Minoa murinata) | Dracula ants (Adetomyrma venatrix) | Dragonfly (Indothemis carnatica) | Dromedary pearly mussel (Dromus dromas) | Drymaeus (Drymaeus acervatus) | Drymaeus (Drymaeus henseli) | Duke of Burgundy (Hamearis lucina) | Dune tiger beetle (Cicindela maritima) | Dwarf damselfly (Nehalennia speciosa) | Earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) | Eastern pondhawk (Erythemis simplicicollis) | Edentulina (Edentulina moreleti) | Edmond's ground beetle (Tachys edmondsi) | Edmund's snaketail (Ophiogomphus edmundo) | Elattoneura (Elattoneura pasquinii) | Elegant sprite (Pseudagrion decorum) | Elk river crayfish (Cambarus elkensis) | Elsalvadoria (Elsalvadoria zurstrasseni) | Emperor dragonfly (Anax imperator) | Emperor moth (Saturnia pavonia) | Emperor scorpion (Pandinus imperator) | Enid snail (Pachnodus fregatensis) | Epaulet skimmer (Orthetrum chrysostigma) | Erythrodiplax (Erythrodiplax acantha) | Essex emerald moth (Thetidia smaragdaria maritima) | Ethiopian Highlander (Atoconeura aethiopica) | Eua (Eua zebrina) | Euastacus (Euastacus bidawalis) | Euastacus (Euastacus dalagarbe) | Euastacus (Euastacus dharawalus) | Euastacus (Euastacus fleckeri) | Euastacus (Euastacus girurmulayn) | Euastacus (Euastacus gumar) | Euastacus (Euastacus guruhgi) | Euastacus (Euastacus hirsutus) | Euastacus (Euastacus hystricosus) | Euastacus (Euastacus jagabar) | Euastacus (Euastacus jagara) | Euastacus (Euastacus setosus) | Euastacus (Euastacus urospinosus) | Everglades sprite (Nehalennia pallidula) | Fabulous green sphinx moth (Tinostoma smaragditis) | Faded pincertail (Onychogomphus costae) | Fairy mantis (Oxyothespis nilotica) | Fairy shrimp (Chirocephalus diaphanus) | False ringlet (Coenonympha oedippus) | Fanshell (Cyprogenia stegaria) | Fat Guam partula (Partula gibba) | Feather-legged assassin bug (Ptilocnemus lemur) | Fen raft spider (Dolomedes plantarius) | Field cricket (Gryllus campestris) | Fiery clearwing moth (Bembecia chrysidiformis) | Fine-lined pocketbook (Hamiota altilis) | Fine-rayed pigtoe (Fusconaia cuneolus) | Fireback crayfish (Cambarus pyronotus) | Fisher's estuarine moth (Gortyna borelii lunata) | Flat pebblesnail (Lepyrium showalteri) | Flax snail (Placostylus ambagiosus) | Flax snail (Placostylus hongii) | Fonscochlea (Fonscochlea accepta) | Four-spot midget (Mortonagrion hirosei) | Four-spotted chaser (Libellula quadrimaculata) | Four-spotted moth (Tyta luctuosa) | Franklin's Bumble Bee (Bombus franklini) | French Broad Crayfish (Cambarus reburrus) | Freshwater bryozoan (Lophopus crystallinus) | Freshwater pearl mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera) | Freshwater white-clawed crayfish (Austropotamobius pallipes) | Frey’s damselfly (Coenagrion hylas freyi) | Frigate Island giant tenebrionid beetle (Polposipus herculeanus) | Fungus gnat (Arachnocampa luminosa) | Furniture beetle (Anobium punctatum) | Fuzzy Pigtoe (Pleurobema strodeanum) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus akamatus) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus alethorhytidus) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus chemitzioides) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus darwini) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus eos) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus jacobi) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus nesioticus) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus nux) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus ochsneri) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus olla) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus planospira) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus reibischi) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus saeronius) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus sculpturatus) | Galapagos land snail (Bulimulus ustulatus) | Gangling grasshopper (Truxalis procera) | Garden snail (Helix aspersa) | Garden spider (Araneus diadematus) | Geyer's whorl snail (Vertigo geyeri) | Giant African snail (Achatina fulica) | Giant freshwater crayfish (Astacopsis gouldi) | Giant Gippsland earthworm (Megascolides australis) | Giant honey bee (Apis dorsata) | Giant Palouse earthworm (Driloleirus americanus) | Giant skipper (Coeliades anchises) | Giant tarantula (Theraphosa blondi) | Gibbus (Gibbus lyonetianus) | Gilkicker weevil (Pachytychius haematocephalus) | Glittering demoiselle (Calopteryx exul) | Globose Dune Beetle (Coelus globosus) | Glutinous snail (Myxas glutinosa) | Glyptorhagada (Glyptorhagada silveri) | Glyptorhagada (Glyptorhagada tattawuppana) | Golden dancing-jewel (Platycypha auripes) | Golden hoverfly (Callicera spinolae) | Golden-ringed dragonfly (Cordulegaster boltonii) | Goldstreifiger (Buprestis splendens) | Grandfather Mountain crayfish (Cambarus eeseeohensis) | Grass jewel (Freyeria trochylus) | Grasshopper (Anacridium melanorhodon) | Grasshopper (Pseudosphingonotus savignyi) | Grasshopper (Scintharista notabilis) | Great diving beetle (Dytiscus marginalis) | Great pond snail (Lymnaea stagnalis) | Greater large blue (Phengaris arionides) | Greek goldenring (Cordulegaster helladica) | Greek red damsel (Pyrrhosoma elisabethae) | Green hairstreak (Callophrys rubi) | Green shield bug (Palomena prasina) | Green tiger beetle (Cicindela campestris) | Green-veined white (Pieris napi) | Ground beetle (Anisodactylus nemorivagus) | Ground beetle (Anisodactylus poeciloides) | Ground beetle (Bembidion nigropiceum) | Ground beetle (Bembidion testaceum) | Ground beetle (Dromius sigma) | Ground beetle (Harpalus froelichi) | Ground beetle (Perileptus areolatus) | Ground beetle (Pterostichus aterrimus) | Gulella (Gulella amboniensis) | Gulella (Gulella aprosdoketa) | Gulella (Gulella puzeyi) | Gulella (Gulella thomasseti) | Gynacantha (Gynacantha bispina) | Hairy click beetle (Synaptus filiformis) | Hairy marron (Cherax tenuimanus) | Hairy wood ant (Formica lugubris) | Hajar Wadi damsel (Arabineura khalidi) | Harlequin bug (Lygaeus equestris) | Harlequin ladybird (Harmonia axyridis) | Harlequin sprite (Pseudagrion newtoni) | Harvestman (Leiobunum rotundum) | Hawaiian tree snail (Partulina physa) | Hazel pot beetle (Cryptocephalus coryli) | Heart Moth (Dicycla oo) | Heath bee-fly (Bombylius minor) | Heath fritillary (Mellicta athalia) | Heath tiger beetle (Cicindela sylvatica) | Helicarion (Helicarion porrectus) | Helicella (Helicella stiparum) | Helicopter damselfly (Megaloprepus caerulatus ) | Hell Creek Cave crayfish (Cambarus zophonastes) | Hemicycla (Hemicycla saulcyi) | Hermes copper (Lycaena hermes) | Hermit beetle (Osmoderma eremita) | Heteropodagrion (Heteropodagrion sanguinipes) | Heterothelphusa (Heterothelphusa fatum) | Higgins' eye pearly mussel (Lampsilis higginsii) | High brown fritillary (Argynnis adippe) | Himalayan jumping spider (Euophrys omnisuperstes) | Hirthia (Hirthia littorina) | Homerus swallowtail (Papilio homerus) | Honey bee (Apis mellifera) | Hornet (Vespa crabro) | Hornet robberfly (Asilus crabroniformis) | Horse-fly (Chrysops relictus) | House fly (Musca domestica) | House spider (Tegenaria domestica) | Hummingbird hawkmoth (Macroglossum stellatarum) | Huonia (Huonia melvillens) | Hygromiid land snail (Trochoidea pseudojacosta) | Ichneumon wasp (Ophion luteus) | Indian cupid (Chilades parrhasius) | Induna acraea (Telchinia induna salmontana) | Interrupted rocksnail (Leptoxis foremani) | Ischnura (Ischnura abyssinica) | Isophya (Isophya harzi) | Italian goldenring (Cordulegaster trinacriae) | Japanese luehdorfia (Luehdorfia japonica) | Jersey tiger (Euplagia quadripunctaria) | Johora (Johora gapensis) | Johora (Johora johorensis) | Jumping weevil (Rhynchaenus testaceus) | Kanab amber snail (Oxyloma kanabense) | Kelso giant sand treader cricket (Macrobaenetes kelsoensis) | Kenya dancing-jewel (Platycypha amboniensis) | Keys Scaly Cricket (Cycloptilum irregularis) | Knopper gall wasp (Andricus quercuscalicis) | Knotty elimia (Elimia interrupta) | Kubusi stream damsel (Metacnemis valida) | Kugelann's ground beetle (Poecilus kugelanni) | Lacon Exit cave crayfish (Cambarus laconensis) | Ladybird spider (Eresus sandaliatus) | Lagoon sandworm (Armandia cirrhosa) | Lake placid funnel wolf spider (Sosippus placidus) | Laminella (Laminella sanguinea) | Lampedusa (Lampedusa melitensis) | Lange's metalmark butterfly (Apodemia mormo langei) | Large blue butterfly (Maculinea arion) | Large copper butterfly (Lycaena dispar) | Large garden bumblebee (Bombus ruderatus) | Large heath (Coenonympha tullia) | Large marsh grasshopper (Stethophyma grossum) | Large white (Pieris brassicae) | Lasius (Lasius reginae) | Leaf rolling weevil (Byctiscus populi) | Leaf-cutter ant (Atta cephalotes) | Leonard's skipper (Hesperia leonardus) | Leopard slug (Limax maximus) | Lesser emperor (Anax parthenope) | Lesser millet skipper (Pelopidas mathias) | Lesser silver water beetle (Hydrochara caraboides) | Libellula (Libellula mariae) | Light crimson underwing moth (Catocala promissa) | Lime butterfly (Papilio demoleus) | Liphistius (Liphistius malayanus) | Lizard weevil (Cathormiocerus britannicus) | Lompoc grasshopper (Trimerotropis occulens) | Long-horned beetle (Ergates faber) | Long-horned beetle (Macrodontia cervicornis) | Long-horned beetle (Morimus funereus) | Long-tailed blue (Lampides boeticus) | Longhorn beetle (Jebusaea hammerschmidti) | Lord Howe Island land snail (Placostylus bivaricosus) | Lord Howe Island stick-insect (Dryococelus australis) | Lulworth skipper (Thymelicus acteon) | Lunar yellow underwing moth (Noctua orbona) | Maathai’s longleg (Notogomphus maathaiae) | Madagascan flatid bug (Phromnia rosea) | Madagascan hissing cockroach (Gromphadorhina portentosa) | Madeiran brimstone (Gonepteryx maderensis) | Madeiran land snail (Caseolus commixtus) | Madeiran large white (Pieris wollastoni) | Madeiran speckled wood (Pararge xiphia) | Magnetic termite (Amitermes meridionalis) | Mahogany presba (Syncordulia venator) | Major black millipede (Doratogonus major) | Malabar tree-nymph (Idea malabarica) | Malagasy freshwater crab (Madagapotamon humberti) | Mallacoota burrowing crayfish (Engaeus mallacoota) | Mangrove skimmer (Orthetrum poecilops) | Manica (Manica parasitica) | Maputaland cannibal snail (Natalina wesseliana) | Marbled malachite (Ecchlorolestes peringueyi) | Marsh fritillary (Euphydryas aurinia) | Marsh fritillary (Eurodryas aurinia) | Marsh mallow moth (Hydraecia osseola hucherardi) | Marsh moth (Athetis pallustris) | Marsh sylph (Metisella meninx) | Martelia (Martelia tanganyicensis) | Matabele ant (Megaponera foetens) | Mauve bluet (Proischnura polychromaticum) | Mayfly (Heptagenia longicauda) | Meadow brown (Maniola jurtina) | Medicinal leech (Hirudo medicinalis) | Mediterranean pierrot (Tarucus roseacus) | Megachile leaf-cutter bee (Megachile centuncularis) | Meladema (Meladema lanio) | Metaphya (Metaphya elongata) | Metrioptera (Metrioptera domogledi) | Mexican flameknee tarantula (Brachypelma auratum) | Mexican pink tarantula (Brachypelma klaasi) | Mexican redknee tarantula (Brachypelma smithi) | Mexican redleg tarantula (Brachypelma emilia) | Mexican redrump tarantula (Brachypelma vagans) | Mexican rustleg tarantula (Brachypelma boehmei) | Miami cave crayfish (Procambarus milleri) | Microrhagus (Microrhagus pyrenaeus) | Miramella (Miramella irena) | Mire pill beetle (Curimopsis nigrita) | Mitchell’s rainforest snail (Thersites mitchellae) | Moccas beetle (Hypebaeus flavipes) | Mole cricket (Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa) | Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) | Monomorium (Monomorium noualhieri) | Monomorium (Monomorium pergandei) | Monomorium (Monomorium talbotae) | Montane demoiselle (Umma declivium) | Moominia (Moominia willii) | Moorean viviparous tree snail (Partula mooreana) | Moorean viviparous tree snail (Partula suturalis) | Moorean viviparous tree snail (Partula taeniata) | Moorean viviparous tree snail (Partula tohiveana) | Moorean viviparous tree snail (Samoana diaphana) | Morro shoulderband (Helminthoglypta walkeriana) | Mother-of-pearl blue (Polyommatus nivescens) | Mottled bee-fly (Thyridanthrax fenestratus) | Mount Matafao different snail (Diastole matafaoi) | Mountain river cruiser (Macromia margarita) | Murray river crayfish (Euastacus armatus) | Myrmica (Myrmica colax) | Myrmica (Myrmica hirsuta) | Myrmica (Myrmica quebecensis) | Narracan burrowing crayfish (Engaeus phyllocercus) | Narrow headed ant (Formica exsecta) | Narrow pigtoe (Fusconaia escambia) | Narrow-bordered bee hawk-moth (Hemaris tityus) | Narrow-mouthed whorl snail (Vertigo angustior) | Nashville crayfish (Orconectes shoupi) | Nautilothelphusa (Nautilothelphusa zimmeri) | Navajo Jerusalem cricket (Stenopelmatus navajo) | Nelson cave spider (Spelungula cavernicola) | Neodiaptomus (Neodiaptomus laii) | Neoditomyia (Neoditomyia farri) | Nepogomphoides (Nepogomphoides stuhlmanni) | Netted carpet moth (Eustroma reticulatum) | Netted mountain moth (Macaria carbonaria) | New Forest burnet (Zygaena viciae argyllensis) | New Forest cicada (Cicadetta montana) | Newcomb's snail (Erinna newcombi) | Newcombia (Newcombia cumingi) | Nilgiri tiger (Parantica nilgiriensis) | Niphargus (Niphargus hadzii) | Niphargus (Niphargus hrabei) | Niphargus (Niphargus sphagnicolus) | Niphargus (Niphargus spoeckeri) | Niphargus (Niphargus stenopus) | Niphargus (Niphargus timavi) | Niphargus (Niphargus valachicus) | No-eyed big-eyed wolf spider (Adelocosa anops) | Noble chafer (Gnorimus nobilis) | Noble crayfish (Astacus astacus) | Noel’s amphipod (Gammarus desperatus) | Northeastern beach tiger beetle (Cicindela dorsalis dorsalis) | Northern brown argus (Aricia artaxerxes) | Northern colletes (Colletes floralis) | Northern conical pinwheel snail (Hedleyoconcha ailaketoae) | Northern dart moth (Xestia alpicola alpina) | Northern dune tiger beetle (Cicindela hybrida) | Northern house mosquito (Culex pipiens) | Notogomphus (Notogomphus cottarellii) | Notogomphus (Notogomphus ruppeli) | Nursery-web spider (Pisaura mirabilis) | Oahu tree snail (Achatinella byronii) | Oahu tree snail (Achatinella decipiens) | Oahu tree snail (Achatinella fulgens) | Oahu tree snail (Achatinella fuscobasis) | Oahu tree snail (Achatinella lila) | Oahu tree snail (Achatinella livida) | Oahu tree snail (Achatinella mustelina) | Oahu treesnail (Achatinella sowerbyana) | Oasis skimmer (Orthetrum sabina) | Odontopodisma (Odontopodisma montana) | Oil beetle (Meloe proscarabaeus) | Oklahoma cave amphipod (Allocrangonyx pellucidus) | Oklahoma cave crayfish (Cambarus tartarus) | Oleander hawk-moth (Daphnis nerii) | Olive crescent moth (Trisateles emortualis) | Onconotus (Onconotus servillei) | Opisthostoma (Opisthostoma fraternum) | Opisthostoma (Opisthostoma mirabile) | Opisthostoma (Opisthostoma otostoma) | Orachrysops (Orachrysops niobe) | Orange Lake cave crayfish (Procambarus franzi) | Orange upperwing moth (Jodia croceago) | Orange-spotted emerald (Oxygastra curtisii) | Orange-tip (Anthocharis cardamines) | Orange-winged dropwing (Trithemis kirbyi) | Orangeblack Hawaiian damselfly (Megalagrion xanthomelas) | Orbost spiny crayfish (Euastacus diversus) | Orsis bluewing butterfly (Myscelia orsis) | Oxyepoecus (Oxyepoecus bruchi) | Oyster mussel (Epioblasma capsaeformis) | Pachnodus (Pachnodus lionneti) | Pachnodus (Pachnodus niger) | Pachnodus (Pachnodus ornatus) | Pachnodus (Pachnodus oxoniensis) | Pachnodus (Pachnodus praslinus) | Pachnodus (Pachnodus silhouettanus) | Pachnodus snail (Pachnodus velutinus) | Painted lady (Vanessa cardui) | Painted sawtooth (Prioneris sita) | Pale Lilliput pearly mussel (Toxolasma cylindrellus) | Pale shining brown moth (Polia bombycina) | Panama City crayfish (Procambarus econfinae) | Parkhill Prairie crayfish (Procambarus steigmani) | Partula snail (Partula affinis) | Partula snail (Partula citrina) | Partula snail (Partula dentifera) | Partula snail (Partula faba) | Partula snail (Partula garretti) | Partula snail (Partula hyalina) | Partula snail (Partula otaheitana) | Partula snail (Partula producta) | Partula snail (Partula rosea) | Partula snail (Partula thalia) | Partula snail (Partula varia) | Partula snails (Partula spp) | Partula tree snail (Partula nodosa) | Partulina (Partulina tessellata) | Partulina (Partulina variabilis) | Partulina snail (Partulina mighelsiana) | Partulina snail (Partulina perdix) | Partulina snail (Partulina proxima) | Partulina snail (Partulina redfieldi) | Partulina snail (Partulina semicarinata) | Partulina snail (Partulina tappaniana) | Pashford pot beetle (Cryptocephalus exiguus) | Peacock butterfly (Inachis io) | Peacock worm (Sabella pavonina) | Pearl-bordered fritillary (Boloria euphrosyne) | Peppered moth (Biston betularia) | Perdicella (Perdicella helena) | Phantom cave crayfish (Cambarus pecki) | Piedmont anomalous blue (Polyommatus humedasae) | Piedmont Blue Burrower (Cambarus harti) | Pilbara threadtail (Nososticta pilbara) | Pill millipede (Glomeris marginata) | Pill woodlouse (Armadillidium vulgare) | Pine hoverfly (Blera fallax) | Pink velvet worm (Opisthopatus roseus) | Plain tiger (Danaus chrysippus) | Platyla (Platyla foliniana) | Polynesian tree snail (Partula arguta) | Polynesian tree snail (Partula clara) | Polynesian tree snail (Partula filosa) | Polynesian tree snail (Partula hebe) | Polynesian tree snail (Samoana attenuata) | Polynesian tree snail (Samoana burchi) | Polynesian tree snail (Samoana decussatula) | Pondoland cannibal snail (Natalina beyrichi) | Poor Knights weta (Deinacrida fallai) | Pot beetle (Cryptocephalus primarius) | Potadomoides (Potadomoides pelseneeri) | Potamonautes (Potamonautes gonocristatus) | Potamonautes (Potamonautes platycentron) | Powder blue damsel (Arabicnemis caerulea) | Predatory bush cricket (Saga pedo) | Prickly cave crayfish (Cambarus hamulatus) | Priodiscus (Priodiscus serratus) | Progomphus (Progomphus kimminsi) | Pronged clubtail (Gomphus graslinii) | Protosticta (Protosticta khaosoidaoensis) | Pseudagrion (Pseudagrion guichardi) | Pseudagrion (Pseudagrion kaffinum) | Pseudoatta (Pseudoatta argentina) | Pseudomyrmex (Pseudomyrmex leptosus) | Puritan tiger beetle (Cicindela puritana) | Purple darter (Diplacodes lefebvrei) | Purple emperor (Apatura iris) | Purple skimmer (Libellula jesseana) | Purse-web spider (Atypus affinis) | Pyramid ant (Dorymyrmex insanus) | Queen Alexandra’s birdwing (Ornithoptera alexandrae) | Raddaus (Raddaus mertensi) | Radiolate partula (Partula radiolata) | Raft spider (Dolomedes fimbriatus) | Rainbow leaf beetle (Chrysolina cerealis) | Rajah Brooke’s birdwing (Trogonoptera brookiana) | Red admiral (Vanessa atalanta) | Red chaser (Libellula pontica) | Red harvester ant (Pogonomyrmex barbatus) | Red palm weevil (Rhynchophorus ferrugineus) | Red-barbed ant (Formica rufibarbis) | Red-veined dropwing (Trithemis arteriosa) | Redback spider (Latrodectus hasselti) | Reddish buff moth (Acosmetia caliginosa) | Reed beetle (Donacia aquatica) | Rhinoceros beetle (Chalcosoma moellenkampi) | Rhinoceros beetle (Megasoma elephas) | Rhinoceros beetle (Oryctes agamemnon) | Ringed hornsnail (Pleurocera annulifera) | River shingle ground beetle (Lionychus quadrillum) | Rocky Mountain capshell (Acroloxus coloradensis) | Roodepoort copper (Aloeides dentatis) | Ropalopus (Ropalopus ungaricus) | Rosalia longicorn (Rosalia alpina) | Rose chafer (Cetonia aurata) | Rossomrymex (Rossomyrmex minuchae) | Rossomyrmex (Rossomyrmex proformicarum) | Rothschild’s birdwing (Ornithoptera rothschildi) | Rough hornsnail (Pleurocera foremani) | Rough pigtoe pearly mussel (Pleurobema plenum) | Rove beetle (Meotica anglica) | Rove beetle (Thinobius newberyi) | Royal springsnail (Pyrgulopsis ogmoraphe) | Ruby-tailed wasp (Chrysis pseudobrevitarsis) | Ruddy darter (Sympetrum sanguineum) | Sabino dancer (Argia sabino) | Sachs's stream crab (Potamonemus sachsi) | Saint Helena earwig (Labidura herculeana) | San Diego Fairy Shrimp (Branchinecta sandiegonensis) | San Francisco forktail (Ischnura gemina) | Sandbowl snail (Catinella arenaria) | Sandhill rustic moth (Luperina nickerlii leechi) | Santa Fe cave crayfish (Procambarus erythrops) | Saproxylic weevil (Dryophthorus corticalis) | Sarawak land crab (Lepidothelphusa cognetti) | Say's spiketail (Cordulegaster sayi) | Scaly cricket (Pseudomogoplistes vicentae) | Scarce blackneck moth (Lygephila craccae) | Scarce copper (Lycaena virgaureae) | Scarce merveille du jour moth (Moma alpium) | Scarlet malachite beetle (Malachius aeneus) | Scorpion (Apistobuthus pterygocercus) | Scorpion (Buthacus yotvatensis) | Scorpion (Pandinus dictator) | Scottish wood ant (Formica aquilonia) | Sculpin snail (Stiobia nana) | Senegal bluetail (Ischnura senegalensis) | Seven-spot ladybird (Coccinella septempunctata) | Seychelles fineliner (Teinobasis alluaudi) | Shasta crayfish (Pacifastacus fortis) | Shelta cave crayfish (Orconectes sheltae) | Shining guest ant (Formicoxenus nitidulus) | Shining macromia dragonfly (Macromia splendens) | Shining pot beetle (Cryptocephalus nitidulus) | Shining ram's-horn snail (Segmentina nitida) | Shiny Pigtoe (Fusconaia cor) | Short Mountain crayfish (Cambarus clivosus) | Shortspire hornsnail (Pleurocera curta) | Shrill carder bee (Bombus sylvarum) | Sierra Nevada blue (Polyommatus golgus) | Silhouettia (Silhouettia silhouettae) | Silkworm (Bombyx mori) | Silky snail (Roblinella agnewi) | Silky wave moth (Idaea dilutaria) | Silver-spotted skipper (Hesperia comma) | Silver-studded blue (Plebeius argus) | Sinai hooktail (Paragomphus sinaiticus) | Singapore freshwater crab (Johora singaporensis) | Six-spot burnet moth (Zygaena filipendulae stephensi) | Six-spotted pot beetle (Cryptocephalus sexpunctatus) | Slave-making ant (Polyergus lucidus) | Slender Scotch burnet (Zygaena loti scotica) | Slim scarlet-darter (Crocothemis sanguinolenta) | Small black ant (Lasius niger) | Small copper butterfly (Lycaena phlaeus) | Small garden bumblebee (Bombus hortorum) | Small heath butterfly (Coenonympha pamphilus) | Small lappet moth (Phyllodesma ilicifolia) | Small pearl-bordered fritillary (Boloria selene) | Small salmon arab (Colotis calais) | Small tortoiseshell (Aglais urticae) | Small white (Pieris rapae) | Smith's blue butterfly (Euphilotes enoptes smithi) | Snail (Suboestophora jeresae) | Snail (Tacheocampylaea tacheoides) | Snail (Trachycystis haygarthi) | Snake skin hunter slug (Chlamydephorus dimidius) | Soldier beetle (Rhagonycha fulva) | Solenopsis (Solenopsis daguerrei) | Sombre goldenring (Cordulegaster bidentata) | South African Peripatopsids (Peripatopsis spp.) | South American social spider (Anelosimus eximius) | Southern cave crayfish (Orconectes australis) | Southern clubshell (Pleurobema decisum) | Southern damselfly (Coenagrion mercuriale) | Southern purple (Aslauga australis) | Southern wood ant (Formica rufa) | Spangled diving beetle (Graphoderus zonatus) | Spanish greenish black-tip (Euchloe bazae) | Speckled footman moth (Coscinia cribraria bivittata) | Speckled wood (Pararge aegeria) | Spengler’s freshwater mussel (Margaritifera auricularia) | Spiny river snail (Io fluvialis) | Spiny scale crayfish (Cambarus jezerinaci) | Splendid partulina (Partulina splendida) | Spring ringlet (Erebia epistygne) | Springtail (Tomocerus longicornis) | Square-spotted clay moth (Xestia rhomboidea) | Sri Lankan relict ant (Aneuretus simoni) | St Andrews cross spider (Argiope keyserlingi) | Stag beetle (Lucanus cervus) | Stenobothrus (Stenobothrus eurasius) | Stiletto fly (Cliorismia rustica) | Stiletto fly (Spiriverpa lunulata) | Stoliczia (Stoliczia perlensis) | Stone crayfish (Austropotamobius torrentium) | Straw belle moth (Aspitates gilvaria gilvaria) | Striped hawkmoth (Hyles lineata) | Striped hawkmoth (Hyles livornica) | Striped lychnis moth (Shargacucullia lychnitis) | Striped mantis (Blepharopsis mendica) | Strongylognathus (Strongylognathus caeciliae) | Stylodonta (Stylodonta studeriana) | Stylodonta (Stylodonta unidentata) | Suffolk ant-lion (Euroleon nostras) | Sulphurous jewel beetle (Julodis euphratica) | Sussex emerald moth (Thalera fimbrialis) | Swallowtail (Papilio esperanza) | Swallowtail (Papilio machaon britannicus) | Swallowtail butterfly (Papillio schmeltzii) | Swamp forest crab (Potamonautes lividus) | Sweet home Alabama crayfish (Cambarus speleocoopi) | Sword-grass moth (Xylena exsoleta) | Sydney hawk (Austrocordulia leonardi) | Tadpole shrimp (Triops cancriformis) | Tail-less whip scorpion (Phrynichus jakari) | Taiwan's South China sea river crab (Nanhaipotamon formosanum) | Talaud black birdwing (Troides dohertyi) | Tansy beetle (Chrysolina graminis) | Tar river spiny mussel (Elliptio steinstansana) | Teardrop elimia (Elimia lachryma) | Teleutomyrmex (Teleutomyrmex schneideri) | Temnothorax (Temnothorax duloticus) | Ten-spotted pot beetle (Cryptocephalus decemmaculatus) | Tennessee cave crayfish (Orconectes incomptus) | Tennessee clubshell (Pleurobema oviforme) | Tennessee clubtail (Gomphus sandrius) | Terrathelphusa (Terrathelphusa kuchingensis) | Texas cave shrimp (Palaemonetes antrorum) | Texas emerald (Somatochlora margarita) | Texas hornshell (Popenaias popeii) | Thalassothemis (Thalassothemis marchali) | Theba (Theba arinagae) | Throscodectes (Throscodectes xederoides) | Throscodectes (Throscodectes xiphos) | Tiger beetle (Lophyra histrio) | Tisza mayfly (Palingenia longicauda) | Titan beetle (Titanus giganteus) | Toadflax brocade moth (Calophasia lunula) | Towne's clubtail (Stylurus townesi) | Travancore evening brown (Parantirrhoea marshalli) | Trochomorpha (Trochomorpha apia) | Troglocaris (Troglocaris anophthalmus) | Tropical blue crayfish (Cherax quadricarinatus) | Tropidophora (Tropidophora articulata) | Tropidophora (Tropidophora deburghiae) | Trumpet-mouthed hunter snail (Gulella salpinx) | Truncatellina (Truncatellina arcyensis) | Tulotoma (Tulotoma magnifica) | Turgenitubulus (Turgenitubulus costus) | Turgenitubulus (Turgenitubulus tanmurrana) | Twin spot longhorn beetle (Oberea oculata) | Uncompahgre fritillary butterfly (Boloria acrocnema) | Vagrant emperor (Anax ephippiger) | Velvet worm (Speleoperipatus spelaeus) | Vernal pool tadpole shrimp (Lepidurus packardi) | Vestal cuckoo bee (Bombus vestalis) | Victaphanta (Victaphanta compacta) | Vidumelon (Vidumelon wattii) | Violet click beetle (Limoniscus violaceus) | Violet dropwing (Trithemis annulata) | Wallace’s golden birdwing butterfly (Ornithoptera croesus) | Wallace’s jewel beetle (Calodema wallacei) | Wallace’s long-horn beetle (Batocera wallacei) | Wallace’s stick insect (Neopromachus wallacei) | Wandering glider (Pantala flavescens) | Wart-biter cricket (Decticus verrucivorus) | Wasp beetle (Clytus arietis) | Wasp hoverfly (Doros profuges) | Water beetle (Hydrochus nitidicollis) | Water beetle (Laccophilus poecilus) | Water boatman (Notonecta glauca) | Water scorpion (Nepa cinerea) | Water spider (Argyroneta aquatica) | Waterston demoiselle (Calopteryx splendens waterstoni) | Waved carpet moth (Hydrelia sylvata) | Weevil (Ammocleonus aschabadensis) | Weevil (Melanapion minimum) | Weevil (Procas granulicollis) | Weevil (Protapion ryei) | Western mason bee (Osmia parietina) | Western pygmy blue (Brephidium exile) | Westfall's clubtail (Gomphus westfalli) | Westfall’s knobtail (Epigomphus westfalli) | Westralunio (Westralunio carteri) | Whirligig beetle (Gyrinus substriatus) | White desert snail (Eremarionta immaculata) | White spot moth (Hadena albimacula) | White spring cave crayfish (Cambarus veitchorum) | White-line snout moth (Schrankia taenialis) | White-lipped banded snail (Cepaea hortensis) | White-spotted pinion moth (Cosmia diffinis) | White-tailed bumblebee (Bombus lucorum) | Windbalea (Windbalea viride) | Wolf spider (Pardosa amentata) | Wolf spider (Pardosa nigriceps) | Wood white butterfly (Leptidea sinapis) | Woodville Karst cave crayfish (Procambarus orcinus) | Workerless inquiline ant (Pogonomyrmex colei) | Yabbie crayfish (Cherax destructor) | Yellow meadow ant (Lasius flavus) | Yellow presba (Syncordulia gracilis) | Yellow-sided clubtail (Stylurus potulentus) | Zebra spider (Salticus scenicus) | Zingis (Zingis radiolata) | Zoe Waterfall damsel (Paraphlebia zoe) | Zullich's blue (Plebejus zullichi)


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Invertebrates - marine

Of the world’s c. 1.8 million described species, around 97 percent are invertebrates. Invertebrates were the first animals to evolve on earth, and exhibit a staggering level of diversity, from the relatively simple, such as the common jellyfish, to the much more complex arthropods and molluscs, such as the giant octopus. Besides the lack of a backbone, members of this large, informal group do not have bony skeletons or true jaws. Invertebrates are particularly abundant in the world’s oceans, where they are subject to an increasing variety of threats, including pollution, climate change, over-collection, habitat degradation and competition with invasive species.

Species 1 - 440

| Acanthastrea coral (Acanthastrea lordhowensis) | Acorn barnacle (Semibalanus balanoides) | Acropora (Acropora digitifera) | Acropora (Acropora divaricata) | Acropora (Acropora granulosa ) | Acropora (Acropora loripes) | Acropora (Acropora monticulosa) | Acropora (Acropora selago) | African pillow coral (Siderastrea savignyana) | Agassiz’s coral (Cyphastrea agassizi) | Alveopora coral (Alveopora allingi) | Alveopora coral (Alveopora daedalea) | Alveopora coral (Alveopora excelsa) | Alveopora coral (Alveopora fenestrata) | Alveopora coral (Alveopora gigas) | Alveopora coral (Alveopora japonica) | Alveopora coral (Alveopora marionensis) | Alveopora coral (Alveopora minuta) | Alveopora coral (Alveopora verrilliana) | Anacropora coral (Anacropora matthai) | Anacropora coral (Anacropora puertogalerae) | Anacropora coral (Anacropora reticulata) | Anacropora coral (Anacropora spinosa) | Anchor coral (Euphyllia paraancora) | Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) | Astreopora coral (Astreopora cucullata) | Astreopora coral (Astreopora incrustans) | Astreopora coral (Astreopora moretonensis) | Atlantic lobster (Homarus americanus) | Atyid shrimp (Typhlatya iliffei) | Australogyra coral (Australogyra zelli) | Barabattoia coral (Barabattoia laddi) | Beadlet anemone (Actinia equina) | Bermuda cave amphipod (Pseudoniphargus grandimanus) | Birdsnest coral (Seriatopora caliendrum) | Black abalone (Haliotis cracherodii) | Black coral (Antipathella aperta) | Black coral (Antipathella fiordensis) | Black coral (Antipathes dichotoma) | Black coral (Antipathes galapagensis) | Black coral (Cirrhipathes anguina) | Black coral (Cupressopathes abies) | Black coral (Leiopathes glaberrima) | Black corals (Antipathes spp.) | Black corals (Cirrhipathes spp.) | Blue coral (Heliopora coerulea) | Blue crust coral (Porites branneri) | Blue rice coral (Montipora flabellata) | Boulder brain coral (Colpophyllia natans) | Boulder star coral (Montastraea annularis) | Bowl coral (Halomitra pileus) | Bowl coral (Turbinaria peltata) | Brain coral (Platygyra daedalea) | Brain coral (Platygyra ryukyuensis) | Brain coral (Platygyra yaeyamaensis) | Branch coral (Acropora florida) | Branched sandpaper coral (Psammocora contigua) | Branching frogspawn coral (Euphyllia paradivisa) | Bubble coral (Plerogyra sinuosa) | Cactus coral (Pavona decussata) | Cantharellus coral (Cantharellus noumeae) | Caribbean reef squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea) | Catch bowl coral (Isopora palifera) | Caulastrea (Caulastrea furcata) | Caulastrea coral (Caulastrea connata) | Caulastrea coral (Caulastrea curvata) | Caulastrea coral (Caulastrea echinulata) | Chinese lettuce coral (Mycedium elephantotus) | Cirolanid isopod (Arubolana aruboides) | Closed brain coral (Leptoria phrygia) | Common cockle (Cerastoderma edule) | Common cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) | Common hermit crab (Pagurus bernhardus) | Common jellyfish (Aurelia aurita) | Common limpet (Patella vulgata) | Common lobster (Homarus gammarus) | Common mussel (Mytilus edulis) | Common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) | Common prawn (Palaemon serratus) | Common shore crab (Carcinus maenas) | Common shrimp (Crangon crangon) | Common starfish (Asterias rubens) | Common whelk (Buccinum undatum) | Compass jellyfish (Chrysaora hysoscella) | Coscinaraea coral (Coscinaraea hahazimaensis) | Crisp pillow coral (Anomastraea irregularis) | Crown of thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci) | Ctenella coral (Ctenella chagius) | Cuban cave shrimp (Barbouria cubensis) | Curled octopus (Eledone cirrhosa) | Cynarina (Cynarina lacrymalis) | Cyphastrea coral (Cyphastrea hexasepta) | Dead man’s fingers (Alcyonium digitatum) | Devonshire cup coral (Caryophyllia smithii) | Duncan coral (Duncanopsammia axifuga) | Echinophyllia coral (Echinophyllia costata) | Echinopora coral (Echinopora ashmorensis) | Echinopora coral (Echinopora robusta) | Edible crab (Cancer pagurus) | Edible periwinkle (Littorina littorea) | Edible sea urchin (Echinus esculentus) | Elegance coral (Catalaphyllia jardinei) | Elkhorn coral (Acropora palmata) | Elliptical star coral (Dichocoenia stokesii) | Encrusting coral (Leptoseris incrustans) | Encrusting coral (Leptoseris yabei) | Endemic predatory shrimp (Procaris ascensionis) | European cowrie (Trivia monacha) | Eusocial shrimp (Synalpheus regalis) | False pillow coral (Pseudosiderastrea tayamai) | Favia coral (Favia rosaria) | Favites coral (Favites spinosa) | Finger coral (Porites porites) | Fire coral (Millepora alcicornis) | Fire coral (Millepora complanata) | Fire coral (Millepora dichotoma) | Fire coral (Millepora platyphylla) | Fire coral (Millepora striata) | Fire coral (Millepora tenera) | Fire corals (Millepora spp.) | Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans) | Flamboyant cuttlefish (Metasepia pfefferi) | Flat periwinkle (Littorina obtusata) | Fleshy artichoke coral (Acanthastrea maxima) | Floreana coral (Tubastraea floreana) | Flowerpot coral (Goniopora albiconus) | Flowerpot coral (Goniopora burgosi) | Flowerpot coral (Goniopora columna) | Flowerpot coral (Goniopora djiboutiensis) | Flowerpot coral (Goniopora norfolkensis) | Flowerpot coral (Goniopora planulata) | Flowerpot coral (Goniopora polyformis) | Flowerpot corals (Goniopora spp.) | Fluorescence grass coral (Galaxea fascicularis) | Fluted clam (Tridacna squamosa) | Fox coral (Nemenzophyllia turbida) | Galapagos coral (Polycyathus isabela) | Galaxea coral (Galaxea acrhelia) | Galaxea coral (Galaxea astreata) | Giant clam (Tridacna gigas) | Giant cuttlefish (Sepia apama) | Giant tube worm (Riftia pachyptila) | Goniastrea coral (Goniastrea deformis) | Goose barnacle (Lepas anatifera) | Graham's sheet coral (Agaricia grahamae) | Great star coral (Montastraea cavernosa) | Grooved brain coral (Diploria labyrinthiformis) | Halomitra coral (Halomitra clavator) | Hard coral (Favites complanata) | Hidden cup coral (Phyllangia americana) | Honeycomb coral (Diploastrea heliopora) | Honeycomb coral (Favia maritima) | Honeycomb coral (Favites abdita) | Honeycomb coral (Montastrea valenciennesi) | Hooded sea slug (Melibe leonina) | Horastrea coral (Horastrea indica) | Horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) | Horse’s hoof clam (Hippopus hippopus) | Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) | Hump coral (Porites annae) | Hump coral (Porites sverdrupi) | Ivell’s sea anemone (Edwardsia ivelli) | Jewel anemone (Corynactis viridis) | Knob coral (Favia maxima) | Knob coral (Favia rotundata) | Knob coral (Favia stelligera) | Knob coral (Favia veroni) | Lace coral (Distichopora vervoorti) | Lace coral (Distichopora violacea) | Lace coral (Stylaster californicus) | Lace corals (Distichopora spp.) | Lace corals (Stylaster spp.) | Lamarck's sheet coral (Agaricia lamarcki) | Large ivory coral (Oculina varicosa) | Large meandroid brain coral (Oulophyllia crispa) | Larger star coral (Favites chinensis) | Laver spire shell (Hydrobia ulvae) | Leptastrea coral (Leptastrea aequalis) | Leptoria coral (Leptoria irregularis) | Lesser star coral (Cyphastrea microphthalma) | Lesser valley coral (Platygyra lamellina) | Lettuce coral (Pectinia lactuca) | Lion's mane jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) | Lobophyllia coral (Lobophyllia dentatus) | Lobophyllia coral (Lobophyllia diminuta) | Lobophyllia coral (Lobophyllia flabelliformis) | Lobophyllia coral (Lobophyllia serratus) | Lophelia (Lophelia pertusa) | Lugworm (Arenicola marina) | Masked crab (Corystes cassivelaunus) | Mictacean (Mictocaris halope) | Montastraea coral (Montastraea faveolata) | Montastraea coral (Montastraea franksi) | Montastrea coral (Montastrea multipunctata) | Montastrea coral (Montastrea salebrosa) | Montastrea coral (Montastrea serageldini) | Montipora coral (Montipora altasepta) | Montipora coral (Montipora angulata) | Montipora coral (Montipora australiensis) | Montipora coral (Montipora cactus) | Montipora coral (Montipora calcarea) | Montipora coral (Montipora caliculata) | Montipora coral (Montipora capricornis) | Montipora coral (Montipora cebuensis) | Montipora coral (Montipora cocosensis) | Montipora coral (Montipora corbettensis) | Montipora coral (Montipora crassituberculata) | Montipora coral (Montipora delicatula) | Montipora coral (Montipora florida) | Montipora coral (Montipora foliosa) | Montipora coral (Montipora friabilis) | Montipora coral (Montipora gaimardi) | Montipora coral (Montipora hodgsoni) | Montipora coral (Montipora lobulata) | Montipora coral (Montipora mactanensis) | Montipora coral (Montipora malampaya) | Montipora coral (Montipora meandrina) | Montipora coral (Montipora orientalis) | Montipora coral (Montipora samarensis) | Montipora coral (Montipora setosa) | Montipora coral (Montipora stilosa) | Montipora coral (Montipora turtlensis) | Montipora coral (Montipora venosa) | Montipora coral (Montipora verruculosus) | Montipora coral (Montipora vietnamensis) | Moseleya coral (Moseleya latistellata) | Mushroom coral (Fungia concinna) | Mushroom coral (Fungia costulata) | Mushroom coral (Fungia curvata) | Mushroom coral (Fungia fungites) | Mushroom coral (Fungia scutaria) | Mushroom coral (Fungia seychellensis) | Mushroom coral (Fungia taiwanensis) | Mushroom coral (Heliofungia actiniformis) | Mushroom corals (Fungia spp.) | Mussismilia (Mussismilia braziliensis) | Mussismilia (Mussismilia hispida) | Mustard hill coral (Porites astreoides) | Mycedium coral (Mycedium steeni) | Native oyster (Ostrea edulis) | Nautilus (Nautilus pompilius) | North Pacific giant octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) | Northern abalone (Haliotis kamtschatkana) | Ocellated coral (Cyphastrea ocellina) | Opalescent squid (Loligo opalescens) | Open brain coral (Trachyphyllia geoffroyi) | Opossum shrimp (Bermudamysis speluncola) | Organ pipe coral (Tubipora musica) | Organ pipe corals (Tubipora spp.) | Pachyseris coral (Pachyseris involuta) | Pacific blue swimming crab (Portunus pelagicus) | Pagoda coral (Turbinaria mesenterina) | Parasimplastrea coral (Parasimplastrea sheppardi) | Pavona coral (Pavona bipartita) | Pavona coral (Pavona cactus) | Pavona coral (Pavona danai) | Pavona coral (Pavona venosa) | Pearl bubble coral (Physogyra lichtensteini) | Pectinia coral (Pectinia alcicornis) | Pectinia coral (Pectinia maxima) | Peppery furrow shell (Scrobicularia plana) | Pillar coral (Dendrogyra cylindrus) | Pink sea fan (Eunicella verrucosa) | Plerogyra coral (Plerogyra discus) | Pocillopora (Pocillopora elegans) | Pompeii worm (Alvinella pompejana ) | Porcelain coral (Leptoseris amitoriensis) | Poritipora coral (Poritipora paliformis) | Procarid shrimp (Procaris chacei) | Psammocora (Psammocora obtusangula) | Psammocora (Psammocora vaughani) | Purple rice coral (Montipora dilatata) | Purple sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus) | Queen conch (Strombus gigas) | Razor shell (Ensis ensis) | Red coral (Corallium rubrum) | Ringed rice coral (Montipora patula) | Rough cactus coral (Mycetophyllia ferox) | Rough star coral (Isophyllastrea rigida) | Sand hopper (Talitrus saltator) | Sea gooseberry (Pleurobrachia pileus) | Sea lemon (Archidoris pseudoargus) | Sea nettle (Chrysaora fuscescens) | Sea slater (Ligia oceanica) | Sea-fan anemone (Amphianthus dohrnii) | Sea-spider (Nymphon gracile) | Small giant clam (Tridacna maxima) | Small knob coral (Plesiastrea versipora) | Southern blue ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena maculosa) | Southern giant clam (Tridacna derasa) | Southern reef squid (Sepioteuthis australis) | Spine coral (Hydnophora exesa) | Spine coral (Hydnophora microconos) | Spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) | Staghorn coral (Acropora abrolhosensis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora aculeus) | Staghorn coral (Acropora acuminata) | Staghorn coral (Acropora anthocercis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora aspera) | Staghorn coral (Acropora austera) | Staghorn coral (Acropora awi) | Staghorn coral (Acropora batunai) | Staghorn coral (Acropora caroliniana) | Staghorn coral (Acropora cerealis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora cervicornis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora cytherea) | Staghorn coral (Acropora dendrum) | Staghorn coral (Acropora derawanensis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora desalwii) | Staghorn coral (Acropora donei) | Staghorn coral (Acropora echinata) | Staghorn coral (Acropora elegans) | Staghorn coral (Acropora eurystoma) | Staghorn coral (Acropora formosa) | Staghorn coral (Acropora globiceps) | Staghorn coral (Acropora hemprichii) | Staghorn coral (Acropora hoeksemai) | Staghorn coral (Acropora horrida) | Staghorn coral (Acropora humilis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora hyacinthus) | Staghorn coral (Acropora indonesia) | Staghorn coral (Acropora jacquelineae) | Staghorn coral (Acropora kimbeensis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora kirstyae) | Staghorn coral (Acropora kosurini) | Staghorn coral (Acropora listeri) | Staghorn coral (Acropora loisetteae) | Staghorn coral (Acropora lokani) | Staghorn coral (Acropora longicyathus) | Staghorn coral (Acropora lovelli) | Staghorn coral (Acropora lutkeni) | Staghorn coral (Acropora microclados) | Staghorn coral (Acropora millepora) | Staghorn coral (Acropora multiacuta) | Staghorn coral (Acropora nana) | Staghorn coral (Acropora nasuta) | Staghorn coral (Acropora nobilis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora nobilis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora palifera) | Staghorn coral (Acropora palifera) | Staghorn coral (Acropora palmerae) | Staghorn coral (Acropora palmerae) | Staghorn coral (Acropora paniculata) | Staghorn coral (Acropora paniculata) | Staghorn coral (Acropora papillare) | Staghorn coral (Acropora papillare) | Staghorn coral (Acropora pharaonis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora pharaonis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora plumosa) | Staghorn coral (Acropora plumosa) | Staghorn coral (Acropora polystoma) | Staghorn coral (Acropora polystoma) | Staghorn coral (Acropora retusa) | Staghorn coral (Acropora retusa) | Staghorn coral (Acropora roseni) | Staghorn coral (Acropora roseni) | Staghorn coral (Acropora rudis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora rudis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora russelli) | Staghorn coral (Acropora russelli) | Staghorn coral (Acropora secale) | Staghorn coral (Acropora secale) | Staghorn coral (Acropora simplex) | Staghorn coral (Acropora simplex) | Staghorn coral (Acropora solitaryensis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora solitaryensis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora speciosa) | Staghorn coral (Acropora speciosa) | Staghorn coral (Acropora spicifera) | Staghorn coral (Acropora spicifera) | Staghorn coral (Acropora striata) | Staghorn coral (Acropora striata) | Staghorn coral (Acropora suharsonoi) | Staghorn coral (Acropora suharsonoi) | Staghorn coral (Acropora tenella) | Staghorn coral (Acropora tenella) | Staghorn coral (Acropora tenuis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora tenuis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora turaki) | Staghorn coral (Acropora turaki) | Staghorn coral (Acropora valida) | Staghorn coral (Acropora valida) | Staghorn coral (Acropora variabilis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora variabilis) | Staghorn coral (Acropora vaughani) | Staghorn coral (Acropora vaughani) | Staghorn coral (Acropora verweyi) | Staghorn coral (Acropora verweyi) | Staghorn coral (Acropora walindii) | Staghorn coral (Acropora walindii) | Staghorn coral (Acropora willisae) | Staghorn coral (Acropora willisae) | Staghorn coral (Astreopora expansa) | Staghorn coral (Astreopora expansa) | Staghorn corals (Acropora spp.) | Staghorn corals (Acropora spp.) | Star ascidian (Botryllus schlosseri) | Star ascidian (Botryllus schlosseri) | Star column coral (Pavona clavus) | Star column coral (Pavona clavus) | Starlet sea anemone (Nematostella vectensis) | Starlet sea anemone (Nematostella vectensis) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea bowerbanki) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea bowerbanki) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea brevis) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea brevis) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea echinata) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea echinata) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea faviaformis) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea faviaformis) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea hemprichii) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea hemprichii) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea hillae) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea hillae) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea ishigakiensis) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea ishigakiensis) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea regularis) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea regularis) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea rotundoflora) | Starry cup coral (Acanthastrea rotundoflora) | Starry petaloid coral (Psammocora stellata) | Starry petaloid coral (Psammocora stellata) | Sterrer’s cave shrimp (Parhippolyte sterreri) | Sterrer’s cave shrimp (Parhippolyte sterreri) | Stony coral (Barabattoia amicorum) | Stony coral (Barabattoia amicorum) | Stony coral (Euphyllia ancora) | Stony coral (Euphyllia ancora) | Stony coral (Euphyllia cristata) | Stony coral (Euphyllia cristata) | Stony coral (Euphyllia glabrescens) | Stony coral (Euphyllia glabrescens) | Stony coral (Euphyllia paraglabrescens) | Stony coral (Euphyllia paraglabrescens) | Stony coral (Porites aranetai) | Stony coral (Porites aranetai) | Stony coral (Porites attenuata) | Stony coral (Porites attenuata) | Stony coral (Porites cocosensis) | Stony coral (Porites cocosensis) | Stony coral (Porites compressa) | Stony coral (Porites compressa) | Stony coral (Porites cumulatus) | Stony coral (Porites cumulatus) | Stony coral (Porites cylindrica) | Stony coral (Porites cylindrica) | Stony coral (Porites desilveri) | Stony coral (Porites desilveri) | Stony coral (Porites eridani) | Stony coral (Porites eridani) | Stony coral (Porites horizontalata) | Stony coral (Porites horizontalata) | Stony coral (Porites lobata) | Stony coral (Porites lobata) | Stony coral (Porites lutea) | Stony coral (Porites lutea) | Stony coral (Porites napopora) | Stony coral (Porites napopora) | Stony coral (Porites nigrescens) | Stony coral (Porites nigrescens) | Stony coral (Porites nodifera) | Stony coral (Porites nodifera) | Stony coral (Porites ornata) | Stony coral (Porites ornata) | Stony coral (Porites solida) | Stony coral (Porites solida) | Stony coral (Porites tuberculosa) | Stony coral (Porites tuberculosa) | Stony coral (Seriatopora aculeata) | Stony coral (Seriatopora aculeata) | Stony coral (Seriatopora dendritica) | Stony coral (Seriatopora dendritica) | Stony corals (Euphyllia spp.) | Stony corals (Euphyllia spp.) | Stony corals (Porites spp.) | Stony corals (Porites spp.) | Stony corals (Seriatopora spp.) | Stony corals (Seriatopora spp.) | Stylocoeniella coral (Stylocoeniella cocosensis) | Stylocoeniella coral (Stylocoeniella cocosensis) | Stylophora coral (Stylophora madagascarensis) | Stylophora coral (Stylophora madagascarensis) | Sunflower star (Pycnopodia helianthoides) | Sunflower star (Pycnopodia helianthoides) | Sunset cup coral (Leptopsammia pruvoti) | Sunset cup coral (Leptopsammia pruvoti) | Swollen brain coral (Blastomussa wellsi) | Swollen brain coral (Blastomussa wellsi) | Symmetrical brain coral (Diploria strigosa) | Symmetrical brain coral (Diploria strigosa) | Tall sea pen (Funiculina quadrangularis) | Tall sea pen 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Invertebrates (any)

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117830 list names

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new clickable map: Global distribution of Invertebrates (any)


(E?)(L?) http://www.nationalgeographic.com/siteindex/animals.html
Insects, Spiders, and Invertebrates:

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Articles on Invertebrates (50)


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The Xerces Society is a nonprofit organization that protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat. Established in 1971, the Society is at the forefront of invertebrate protection worldwide, harnessing the knowledge of scientists and the enthusiasm of citizens to implement conservation programs.




(E?)(L?) http://www.worldmapper.org/display.php?selected=278

Invertebrates At Risk Map No. 278

Invertebrates have no backbone; some have an exoskeleton or shell. Ants, spiders, dragonflies, crustaceans and stick insects are all invertebrates. Although molluscs are invertebrates they are not shown here.

Of the 1070 insects assessed 559 were globally at risk of extinction; 429 of the 502 crustaceans assessed were at risk; 30 of about 60 other species assessed were at risk. Over 60% of assessed species are classed as globally threatened. Less than 1 in 600 of the known invertebrate species have been assessed.

The most species at risk were in the United States at 300, followed by 109 in South Africa, then 107 in Australia.

“Invertebrates play important roles in nutrient cycling and in creating and maintaining biological diversity ... audiences may overlook their significance because many invertebrate species are small or cryptic.” R. T. Ryti, 2000

Territory size shows the proportion of invertebrate species (not including molluscs) assessed as locally at risk of extinction, found there.


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Kryptopterus (W3)

Bot. "Kryptopterus" setzt sich zusammen aus griech. "kryptós" = dt. "verborgen" und greich. "pterón", "ptéryx" = st. "Flügel", "Feder".

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Kryptopterus bicirrhus

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Kryptopterus

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Indischer Glaswels (Kryptopterus bicirrhis)

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Engl. "Kryptopterus" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1930 auf.

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Magizoology
Magecosystem (W3)

Laut dem Harry-Potter-Lexikon handelt es sich bei engl. "Magizoology" um die Lehre der magischen Tiere". In diesem Zusammenhang steht auch der Term "Magecosystem", der Lehre vom Zusammenleben magischer und nichtmagischer Organismen in einem bestimmten Umfeld.

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In comparison to magic in these sentient beings, magic in animals appears to be somewhat different in the HP world. According to the authoritative treatise on the subject of "Magizoology", "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" by Mr. Newt Scamander, the Ministry of Magic has over the years struggled to develop a clear distinction between the three classes of magical creatures, Beings, Spirits, and Beasts, the last including mostly animals as well as a few beings who have chosen to align themselves with this class (also see the Lexicon pages on Magical Beings and Named Beasts). But the Ministry does not seem to have worked as hard to define the line between “magical” and “non-magical,” particularly for the Beasts.
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Although I have no evidence as to the thinking of the MOM when this species was classified as magical, I do have a theory as to why this species is included in a consideration of "Magizoology", so please consider the rest of this essay to be speculation. The Flobberworm may be important not only for its own modest abilities and characteristics, but also for its place in the "Magecosystem", which is the ecological interaction of all magical and non-magical organisms living within a certain environment.
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Migration (W3)

Die "Migration" stammt aus dem lat. "migratio" = "Wanderung", "Auswanderung" und bezeichnet eine dauerhafte Ab- oder Einwanderung einzelner Tiere oder einer Population in eine andere Population der gleichen Art. 1610s, of persons, 1640s of animals, from L. migrationem (nom. migratio), from pp. stem of migrare "to move from one place to another," probably originally *migwros, from PIE *meigw- (cf. Gk. ameibein "to change"), from base *mei- "to change, go, move" (see mutable). That European birds migrate across the seas or to Asia was understood in the Middle Ages, but subsequently forgotten. Dr. Johnson held that swallows slept all winter in the beds of rivers, while the naturalist Morton (1703) stated that they migrated to the moon.

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Migration (Zoology)


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(E?)(L?) http://eeas.europa.eu/migration/index_en.htm
Migration and Asylum in External Relations

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Engl. "Python" (1580) = dt. "Python" war der Name einer riesigen Schlange der griechischen Mythologie (gezeugt von Gaia, der Göttin der Erde), die von Apollo erschlagen wurde. Die Bezeichnung geht über lat. "python" zurück auf griech. "python", und bezieht sich möglicherweise auf "Pytho", einem alten Namen für die Stadt "Delphi", in deren Nähe die sagenhafte Begegnung statt fand. Ein weiterer Bezug könnte zu griech. "pythein" = dt. "rot" hergestellt werden.

Auch der Name der Priesterin des Orakels zu Delphi (auf dem Berg Parnass), (das von der Schlange bewacht wurde), "Pythia", dürfte sich auf den alten Namen Delphis beziehen.

Es gibt jedoch auch Hinweise, die den Namen Delphis auf den Namen der Schlange beziehen.

Als zoologische Bezeichnung für eine große Schlangenart kam "Python" 1836 in Frankreich auf.

Eine Programmiersprache trägt ebenfalls den Namen "Python". Diese Bezeichnung bezog sich zunächst jedoch nicht auf die mythische Schlange sondern auf die englische Komikertruppe "Monty Python". Die Schlange drängte sich jedoch derart mächtig auf, dass sie sogar im Logo der "Python Software Foundation" zu finden ist.

(E?)(L?) http://www.alphadictionary.com/articles/eponyms/eponym_list_pq.html

"python" A large constrictor reptile that grows up to 20 feet (6 meters) long. A serpent that guarded the oracular cult until killed by Apollo according to Greek mythology.


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Python - Greek Potter

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Python - the Programming Language

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| Giant - Python | Python Millipede (1)

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Indian python (snake)

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Python - Spickzettel für PHP-Entwickler


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(E?)(L?) http://www.hotscripts.com/category/python/

Python Scripts
Hot Scripts offers a comprehensive collection websites offering Python development code, modules, objects, scripts & resources. Python is known as a high level programming language.


(E?)(L?) http://www.howstuffworks.com/search.php?terms=Python
Your search for "Python" returned 44 articles

(E?)(L?) http://www.howstuffworks.com/python-info.htm

Python, a large, primitive snake of tropical Asia and Africa. Like the similar but unrelated boa constrictor of tropical America, the python has vestigial hind limbs that extend outside the body as a pair of short spurs. Unlike the boa, the python lays eggs - as many as 100 at a time - instead of bearing its young alive.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoax/weblog/permalink/python_swallows_gator/
Python Swallows Gator

(E?)(L?) http://oeis.org/locate_tab.html
Python examples

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(E?)(L?) http://www.penshop.co.uk/default/pens/cross-sauvage-python-ivory-fountain-pen.html

Cross Sauvage Python Ivory Fountain Pen


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(E?)(L?) http://www.python.org/
Python Programming Language, an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented, extensible programming language.

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(E?)(L?) http://www.scriptsearch.com/Python/




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"helping the python shed its skin" - masturbation | "pants python" | "pump the python" | "python" - "penis" | "rock python" | "syphon the python" | "tease the python" | "throbbing python (of love)"


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The name comes from one of van Rossum's favorite television shows, Monty Python's Flying Circus.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=python

| python | Python Bitcher, The | python dick | Python Dump | python jab | python pete | Python Scroggs | python's tongue | pythonate | Pythonator | pythoned | Pythoneer | pythonese | Pythonesque | pythoning | Pythonism | Pythons


(E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Python_(Programmiersprache)

Namensherkunft

Der Name geht nicht etwa (wie das Logo vermuten ließe) auf die gleichnamige Schlangengattung (Pythons) zurück, sondern bezog sich ursprünglich auf die englische Komikertruppe "Monty Python". In der Dokumentation finden sich daher auch einige Anspielungen auf Sketche aus dem Flying Circus. Trotzdem etablierte sich die Assoziation zur Schlange, was sich unter anderem in der Programmiersprache "Cobra" sowie dem Python-Toolkit "Boa" äußert.


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_computer_term_etymologies

Python - an interpreted scripting programming language. Named after the television series Monty Python's Flying Circus.


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Engl. "Python" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1650 / 1710 auf.

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Systematic Entomology Laboratory
Zoological terms
Terms Pertaining to Zoological Nomenclature

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Engl. "Zoology" setzt sich zusammen aus griech. "zoon" = "Lebewesen", "Tier", griech. "zoein" = dt. "leben" und griech. "lógos" = dt. "Lehre".

(E?)(L?) http://web.archive.org/web/20120331173214/http://www.1911encyclopedia.org/Zoology


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Zoologists

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Word Unit: Zoology (the scientific study of animals).

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Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Taschenwörterbuch der Zoologie
Deutsch - Englisch / Englisch - Deutsch

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Broschiert: 261 Seiten
Verlag: Thieme, Stuttgart (1995)
Sprache: Englisch


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