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253412 Raskaylea

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 253001 through 254000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

351785 Reguly

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 351001 through 352000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

416252 Manuelherrera

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 416001 through 417000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

458063 Gustavomuler

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 458001 through 459000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

389293 Hasubick

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 389001 through 390000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

344641 Szeleczky

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 344001 through 345000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

174281 Lonsky

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 174001 through 175000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

363582 Folpotat

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 363001 through 364000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

355022 Triman

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 355001 through 356000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

338373 Fonoalbert

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 338001 through 339000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

523954 Guman

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 523001 through 524000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

287787 Karady

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 287001 through 288000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

2003 BV35

This is a partial list of unnumbered minor planets for principal designations assigned between 1 January 2003 and 15 September 2003. As of December 2019, a total of 1517 bodies remain unnumbered for this period.

(206755) 2004 CJ2

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 206001 through 207000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

326290 Akhenaten

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 326001 through 327000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

Rosa Parks Memorial Highway

Interstate 96 is an east–west Interstate Highway that runs for approximately 192 miles entirely within the Lower Peninsula of the US state of Michigan. The western terminus is at an interchange with US Highway 31 and Business US 31 on the eastern ...

323552 Trudybell

The following is a partial list of minor planets, running from minor-planet number 323001 through 324000, inclusive. A detailed description of the tables columns and used data sources are given on the main page. The main index provides an overvie ...

Bifascia

Bifascia nigralbella is a moth in the family Cosmopterigidae. It is found in Algeria, the northern Sahara, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, western Pakistan and India. It has also been recorded from Spain. The wingspan is 8-8.5 mm. The larvae feed on the f ...

Orphanaspis orphana

Orphanaspis is a poorly known genus of odontopleurid trilobite in the family Odontopleuridae. The genus is originally based on poorly preserved material from the Wenlock-aged Motol Formation in Bohemia, Czech Republic, described by Joachim Barran ...

Sierolomorpha

The Sierolomorphidae are a family of about 10 known species of wasps, all in the genus Sierolomorpha, found in the Northern Hemisphere. They rare and very little is known of their biology. The coxa basal segment of the leg of the hind and midlegs ...

Bertia (gastropod)

Bertia cambojiensis is an endangered species of air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Dyakiidae. Bertia cambojiensis is one of three species known in the Bertia genus. Other species include: Bertia setz ...

Anoplopoma

The sablefish is one of two members of the fish family Anoplopomatidae and the only species in the genus Anoplopoma. In English, common names for it include sable, butterfish, black cod, blue cod, bluefish, candlefish, coal cod, coalfish, beshow, ...

Allochares

Allochares azureus is a species of spider wasp from the family Pompilidae, it is the only member of the monotypic genus Allochares. It occurs in the southern part of North America and is a specialist parasitoid of the Southern house spider.

Coccotropsis

The smoothskin scorpionfish is the only member of the genus Coccotropsis. It is a member of the waspfish family.

Phaeotrametes decipiens

Phaeotrametes is a monotypic fungal genus in the family Polyporaceae. It contains the single poroid species Phaeotrametes decipiens, which is widely distributed in the Southern Hemisphere.

Omophroninae

Omophron is a genus of ground beetle, the only extant genus in the subfamily Omophroninae. It is mostly distributed in the Northern Hemisphere with the southern border running through Guatemala and Hispaniola in Americas, South Africa and Madagas ...

Pelobatidae

The European spadefoot toads are a family of frogs, the Pelobatidae, with only one extant genus Pelobates, containing six species. They are native to Europe, the Mediterranean, northwestern Africa, and western Asia.

Zabrina

Zabrus is a genus of ground beetles. They are, unusually for ground beetles, omnivores or even herbivores, and Zabrus tenebrioides can become a pest in cereal fields.

Pseudococytius beelzebuth

There are at least two generations per year in Costa Rica with adults on wing from January to February and again from July to August. The larvae feed on Guatteria diospyroides.

Triodontidae

Triodon macropterus, also known as the threetooth puffer, is a tetraodontiform fish, the only living species in the genus Triodon and family Triodontidae. Other members of the family are known from fossils stretching back to the Eocene. It is nat ...

Lomisoidea

The hairy stone crab is a crab-like crustacean that lives in the littoral zone of southern Australia from Bunbury, Western Australia, to the Bass Strait. It is the only species in its family. It is 1.5–2.5 cm wide, slow-moving, and covered in bro ...

Maindronia

Maindroniidae is a very small family of silverfish, basal insects belonging to the order Zygentoma. It contains just a single genus, Maindronia, and a handful of species. Three species of these insects are found in some of the driest deserts on e ...

Leptalina unicolor

Leptalina is a genus of skippers in the family Hesperiidae. It contains only one species, Leptalina unicolor, which is found in eastern China, Korea, Japan and the Russian Far East. The habitat consists of humid meadows. Adults are on wing from J ...

Triplophos

Triplophos hemingi is a species of bristlemouth found in the Atlantic Ocean. It is the only known species of its genus. This species grows to a length of 36 centimetres SL.

Xenotyphlopidae

Members of the genus Xenotyphlops are distinguishable externally from the Typhlopidae by possessing a greatly enlarged and nearly circular rostral shield. This shield is nearly vertical in a lateral aspect; as a result, the two species have a "bu ...

Adenothamnus validus

Adenothamnus is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family described as a genus in 1935. There is only one known species, Adenothamnus validus, endemic to the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico.

Aedoea decreta

Aedoea is a genus of moth in the subfamily Arctiinae. It contains only one species, Aedoea decreta, which is found in Borneo and Australia. Males are small and pale dull yellow, although the forewings are darker and more orange than the hindwings.

Microlaena stipoides

Microlaena is a genus of grass with a single species Microlaena stipoides or Ehrharta stipoides. It occurs naturally in all states of Australia as well as in New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and the Philippines. It has also been introduce ...

Anerosoma apicipunctella

Anerosoma is a monotypic snout moth genus described by Rolf-Ulrich Roesler in 1971. Its only species, Anerosoma apicipunctella, described by Aristide Caradja in 1925, is found in China.

Neoploca arctipennis

Neoploca is a genus of moths belonging to the subfamily Thyatirinae of the Drepanidae. It was first described by Shōnen Matsumura in 1927. It contains only one species, Neoploca arctipennis, first described by Arthur Gardiner Butler in 1878, whic ...

Tetrachela raiblana

Tetrachela raiblana is an extinct species of polychelid crustacean from the Late Triassic. It is the only species in the family Tetrachelidae. It is distinguished from most other polychelids, including all the extant Polychelidae, by the retentio ...

Oscura (fish)

The Montecristo cichlid is a species of cichlid found in Middle America. This species occurs the Atlantic slope of Mexico and Guatemala in the Usumacinta River drainage. This species is the only known member of its genus.

Trichromis

The Salvins cichlid, also known as the yellow-belly cichlid or tricolored cichlid, is a species of the family Cichlidae. It is found in rivers of the Atlantic slope of southern Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala.

Micracosmeryx chaochauensis

Micracosmeryx is a monotypic moth genus in the family Sphingidae first described by Rudolf Mell in 1922. Its only species, Micracosmeryx chaochauensis, described by Benjamin Preston Clark in 1922, is known from southern China and northern Vietnam.

Metoecis carnifex

Metoecis is a monotypic snout moth genus described by Paul Mabille in 1879. Its only species, Metoecis carnifex, was described by Charles Coquerel in 1855. It is found on Madagascar and South Africa. The larvae are parasitic on Anaphe infraeta. T ...

Tropidema chrysocephala

Tropidema chrysocephala is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Tropidema. It was described by Charles Coquerel in 1851.

Scopimera

Sand bubbler crabs are crabs of the genera Scopimera and Dotilla in the family Dotillidae. They are small crabs that live on sandy beaches in the tropical Indo-Pacific. They feed by filtering sand through their mouthparts, leaving behind balls of ...

Berthelotia

Pluchea is a genus of flowering plants in the stinkwort tribe within the sunflower family. Members of this genus might be known as camphorweeds, plucheas, or less uniquely fleabanes. Some, such as P. carolinensis and P. odorata, are called sourbu ...

Oblada

The saddled seabream, also called the saddle bream or oblade, is a species of fish of the family Sparidae. It is monotypic in the genus Oblada.

Enoplometopoidea

Species of Enoplometopus occur from coral reefs at depths of less than 1 metre 3 ft 3 in to rocky reefs at depths of 300 m 980 ft. They are brightly coloured, with stripes, rings, or spots. They are typically mainly red, orange, purplish and whit ...