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Platnickina tincta

Platnickina tincta is a tangle web spider species with Holarctic distribution. It is notably found in Lithuania. This is the type species in the genus Platnickina. The type locality is Paris, France.

Sisicus

Sisicus is a genus of sheet weavers that was first described by S. C. Bishop & C. R. Crosby in 1938. As of June 2019 it contains only three species, found in North America, Europe, Siberia, and East Asia: S. apertus, S. penifusifer, and S. voluta ...

Sittisax

Sittisax is one of a number of genera that were split off from the broadly defined genus Sitticus by Jerzy Proszynski in 2016 and 2017. Sittisax was erected in 2017, with the type species Euophrys saxicola. The generic name is derived from the fi ...

Sosticus

As of May 2019 it contains ten species: Sosticus sundargarhensis Gajbe, 1979 – India. Sosticus jabalpurensis Bhandari & Gajbe, 2001 – India. Sosticus pawani Gajbe, 1993 – India. Sosticus solanensis Gajbe, 1979 – India. Sosticus loricatus L. Koch, ...

Steatoda bipunctata

Steatoda bipunctata is a species of cob-web spider, of the genus Steatoda, in the family Theridiidae. With a Holarctic distribution, it is widespread in North America and Europe. It can be found in proximity to human structures, such as basements ...

Theridiosoma gemmosum

Theridiosoma gemmosum is a species of spider in the family Theridiosomatidae, known as ray spiders. It is widely distributed in the Holarctic region. A small spider with a shiny globular abdomen, it constructs a conical orb web.

Thyreosthenius

Thyreosthenius is a genus of sheet weavers that was first described by Eugene Louis Simon in 1884. As of May 2019 it contains only two species, both found in Europe, North America, Russia, East Asia, and the Caucasus: T. biovatus and T. parasiticus.

Trochosa terricola

Trochosa terricola is known as the ground wolf spider, is a wolf spider which is common and widespread in western and central Europe. It has been recorded as prey for the pompilid wasp.

Yunohamella

As of September 2019 it contains seven species, found in Asia, Europe, and North America: Yunohamella serpatusa Guan & Zhu, 1993 – Russia Urals to Far East, China, Korea. Yunohamella subadulta Bosenberg & Strand, 1906 – Russia Far East, Korea, Ja ...

Zebra spider

The zebra back spider is a common jumping spider of the Northern Hemisphere. Like other jumping spiders it does not build a web. It has a particularly large pair of forward facing eyes that help it to locate and stalk its prey before pouncing on ...

Zygiella x-notata

Zygiella x-notata females are up to 11mm in size, males up to 7mm. The prosoma is yellow-brown, with a leaf-like mark on the opisthosoma. The abdomen has a silvery sheen due to guanine crystals below the skin. In moderate climate, adults appear f ...

Abisara geza

Abisara geza sura Bennett, 1950 Sumatra. Abisara geza niasana Fruhstorfer, 1904 Nias. Abisara geza niya Fruhstorfer, 1914. Abisara geza latifasciata Inoue & Kawazoe, 1964. Abisara geza erilda Fruhstorfer, 1914 western and southern Java. Abisara g ...

Acraea terpsicore

Acraea terpsicore, the tawny coster, is a small, 53–64 millimetres, leathery-winged butterfly common in grassland and scrub habitats. It belongs to the Nymphalidae or brush-footed butterfly family. It has a weak fluttery flight. It is avoided by ...

Aeromachus

Aeromachus is a genus of grass skippers in the family Hesperiidae. The species are known by the common name of scrub hoppers. They are found in the eastern Palearctic and the Indomalayan ecozone. Club of antenna of medium thickness, with short, r ...

Ampittia

Ampittia is the genus of bush hoppers in the skipper butterfly family, Hesperiidae. It is the only member of the tribe Ampittiini, but many skipper butterflies are yet to be assigned to tribes, so this might change eventually.

Aporia agathon

Aporia agathon, the great blackvein, is a mid-sized butterfly of the family Pieridae, that is, the yellows and whites, which is found in Nepal, India, China and Southeast Asia.

Apostictopterus

Apostictopterus is a genus of skippers in the family Hesperiidae. It contains only one species, Apostictopterus fuliginosus, which is found in India and West China.

Appias indra

Appias indra, the plain puffin, is a small butterfly of the family Pieridae, that is, the yellows and whites, which is found in south and southeast Asia.

Appias lalage

Appias lalage, the spot puffin, is a small butterfly of the family Pieridae, that is, the yellows and whites, which is found in India, Indochina and Hainan.

Argynnis childreni

Argynnis childreni, the large silverstripe, is a species of nymphalid butterfly. It was first described by George Robert Gray in 1831. Also known as the Himalayan fritillary, it is found in mountainous areas, from northeastern India into China. I ...

Argynnis laodice

Argynnis laodice, Pallas fritillary, is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. It occurs in damp forested places in southern Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, northwestern Kazakhstan, and across the Palearctic to Siberia, Amur, Korea and Japan.

Arhopala hayashihisakazui

Arhopala hayashihisakazui is a butterfly of the family Lycaenidae. It is endemic to northeastern Luzon in the Philippines. This species is large with a forewing length of 33.5 mm and wingspan of 60 mm. This species is quite distinct and easily se ...

Arnetta

Arnetta fito Evans, 1937. Arnetta ellipsis Saalmuller, 1884. Arnetta hyposticta Mabille, 1898. Subgenus Galerga Mabille, 1898. Arnetta verones Hewitson, 1878. Arnetta atkinsoni Moore, 1878. Arnetta mercara Evans, 1932. Arnetta vindhiana Moore, 18 ...

Athyma zeroca

Male upperside superficially resembles the upperside of Athyma selenophora, but on the forewing the discoidal streak is more obscure, the three obliquely placed white spots composing the anterior portion of the discal band are pre-apically transv ...

Badamia exclamationis

Badamia exclamationis, commonly known as the brown awl or narrow-winged awl, is a butterfly belonging to the family Hesperiidae. It is found in south and southeast Asia, Australia, and Oceania.

Baoris farri

Male and female. Upperside ferruginous-brown, base of both wings olive-brown, cilia yellowish-cinereous: forewing with two pale semi-diaphanous spots at end of the cell, and a discal recurved series of seven spots, the four upper and the seventh ...

Bassarona teuta

Bassarona teuta, the banded marquis, is a species of nymphalid butterfly. This species is placed by some authors in the genus euthalia, as Bassarona can only be considered a subgenus.

Borbo bevani

Borbo bevani, the Beavans swift, is a butterfly belonging to the family Hesperiidae. It is named after Captain Robert Cecil Beavan. It is found throughout India.

Caltoris kumara

Female. Upperside dark olive brown, forewing with a transverse discal series of seven yellowish semi-diaphanous spots from before the apex, cilia pale brownish-yellow. Underside deep ochreous-brown, forewing marked as above, the lowest spot being ...

Caltoris philippina

Wings more elongate and termen forewing excavate at end of vein 2. Uncus broader: valva not projecting beyond cuiller. Upperside of forewing spotted. Upperside of forwing with a spot in space 1b. Upperside of forwing without cell spots. Underside ...

Capila jayadeva

The butterfly is found in India from Sikkim and north-east Bengal to Assam and is also found in Laos. In 1891, Edward Yerbury Watson wrote: Found in Darjeeling. Also recorded from Sikkim, Mr. Elwes which notes that the female is without the orang ...

Capila phanaeus

The butterfly occurs in India in the northeast, namely, in Meghalaya Khasi Hills, Manipur and Mizoram Lushai Hills onto Myanmar Maymyo, Karen Hills and Tavoy. It is also found in Indo-China in the countries of Thailand, South Vietnam and Laos, an ...

Capila pieridoides

The butterfly occurs in India in north-east Bengal and Assam and eastwards onto Myanmar Dawnas. It is also found in Thailand and west China. The type locality is North-East of Bengal.

Capila zennara

In 1891, Edward Yerbury Watson gave a detailed description: A man and a woman. Top brown, fore wings with a broad yellowish-white semitransparent irregular margined discal band obliquely from middle of Costa to hind angle, hind wings of the males ...

Caprona alida

Caprona alida, the spotted angle or Alida angle, is a butterfly belonging to the family Hesperiidae. It is found in India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Hainan and southern China. It was first described by Lionel de Niceville in 1891.

Catopsilia pomona

Catopsilia pomona, the common emigrant or lemon emigrant, is a medium-sized pierid butterfly found in Asia, Cambodia and parts of Australia. The species gets its name from its habit of migration. Some early authors considered them as two distinct ...

Catopsilia pyranthe

Catopsilia pyranthe, the mottled emigrant, is a medium-sized butterfly of the family Pieridae found in south Asia, southeast Asia, and parts of Australia.

Celaenorrhinus aspersa

The butterfly occurs in India, north Myanmar, north Thailand, Hainan and west China. In India, the butterfly ranges from Assam eastwards to Nagaland and on to Myanmar.

Celaenorrhinus nigricans

The butterfly occurs in India, Bhutan, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, the Malay Peninsula, Borneo and southern Yunnan. In India, the butterfly ranges from Sikkim eastwards to southern Myanmar.

Celaenorrhinus patula

Celaenorrhinus patula, the large spotted flat, is a butterfly of the family Hesperiidae. It is found in western China, Nepal, from north-eastern India to Burma, in northern Thailand and Laos.

Celaenorrhinus pero

The butterfly occurs in India, Myanmar, North Thailand and West China. In India, the butterfly ranges from Mussoorie Uttarakhand to Sikkim, Assam and Nagaland and eastwards towards Myanmar.

Celaenorrhinus pyrrha

The butterfly occurs in India, Bhutan, Myanmar, Laos, and the Malay Peninsula. In India, the butterfly ranges from Kumaon Uttarakhand to Sikkim, Bhutan and eastwards towards Myanmar.

Cepora judith

Cepora judith is a butterfly of the family Pieridae. It has no common name, although a subspecies is referred to as the orange gull. It is found in south-eastern Asia. The larvae feed on species of Capparis.

Cepora nadina

Cepora nadina, the lesser gull, is a small to medium-sized butterfly of the family Pieridae, that is, the yellows and whites, which is native to Sri Lanka, India, Myanmar, Hainan, and southeast Asia.

Cepora nerissa

Cepora nerissa, the common gull, is a small to medium-sized butterfly of the family Pieridae, that is, the yellows and whites, which is native to Sri Lanka, India, China, southeast Asia, and Indonesia.

Cethosia hypsea

Cethosia hypsea, the Malay lacewing, is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. It is found in from Burma to Indonesia and the Philippines. The wingspan is about 80 mm. Adults are bright orange-red with broad black stripes warning predators about ...

Cethosia penthesilea

Cethosia penthesilea, the orange lacewing, is a species of heliconiine butterfly found in Southeast Asia, as well as the Australias Northern Territory. Larval food: lacewing Vine pseudostellaria Adenia.

Charaxes bernardus

Charaxes bernardus, the tawny rajah, is a butterfly that belongs to the rajahs and nawabs group, that is, the Charaxinae group of the brush-footed butterflies family. This species can be found in India, China, Indomalaya, and onwards to Indonesia.

Charaxes durnfordi

Charaxes durnfordi, the chestnut rajah, is a butterfly found in India that belongs to the rajahs and nawabs group, that is, the Charaxinae group of the brush-footed butterflies family.

Charaxes kahruba

Charaxes kahruba, the variegated rajah, is a butterfly found in Asia that belongs to the rajahs and nawabs group, that is, the Charaxinae group of the brush-footed butterflies family.

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