List of organisms named after famous people

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In biological nomenclature, organisms often receive scientific names that honor a person. A taxon (e.g. species or genus; plural: taxa) named in honor of another entity is an eponymous taxon, and names specifically honoring a person or persons are known as patronyms. Scientific names are generally formally published in peer-reviewed journal articles or larger monographs along with descriptions of the named taxa and ways to distinguish them from other taxa. Following rules of Latin grammar, species or subspecies names derived from a man's name often end in -i or -ii if named for an individual, and -orum if named for a group of men or mixed-sex group, such as a family. Similarly, those named for a woman often end in -ae, or -arum for two or more women.

This list includes organisms named after famous individuals or ensembles (including bands and comedy troupes), but excludes companies, institutions, ethnic groups or nationalities, and populated places. It does not include organisms named for fictional entities, for biologists or other scientists,[a] nor for associates or family members of researchers who are not otherwise notable. The scientific names are given as originally described: subsequent research may have placed species in different genera, or rendered them taxonomic synonyms of previously described taxa.

Taxon Type Namesake Notes Ref
Ablerus longfellowi Wasp Longfellow, Henry WadsworthHenry Wadsworth Longfellow [1]
Acanthosquilla sirindhorn Crustacean Sirindhorn [1]
Adaina atahualpa Moth Atahualpa [2]
Aegomorphus wojtylai Beetle John Paul II, PopePope John Paul II A Polish beetle, posthumously named for the Pope's birth name, Karol Wojtyła. [3]
Aegrotocatellus jaggeri Trilobite Jagger, MickMick Jagger Perirehaedulus richardsi was named concurrently to honor fellow Rolling Stones member Keith Richards. [4]
Aegrotocatellus nankerphelgeorum Trilobite Nanker Phelge Collective pseudonym used by members of The Rolling Stones. [4]
Aeschylia Wasp Aeschylus [5]
Aesopichthys Fish Aesop [1]
Agaporomorphus colberti Beetle Colbert, StephenStephen Colbert [6]
Agathidium bushi Beetle Bush, George W.George W. Bush [7]
Agathidium cheneyi Beetle Cheney, DickDick Cheney [7]
Agathidium cortezi Beetle Cortez, HernanHernan Cortez [1]
Agathidium rumsfeldi Beetle Rumsfeld, DonaldDonald Rumsfeld [7]
Agra catbellae Beetle Bell, CatherineCatherine Bell [8]
Agra katewinsletae Beetle Winslet, KateKate Winslet "Her (Titanic) character did not go down with the ship, but we will not be able to say the same for this elegant canopy species, if all the rain forest is converted to pastures." [8]
Agra liv Beetle Tyler, LivLiv Tyler "The existence of this species... is dependent upon the rainforest not undergoing an Armageddon". [8]
Agra schwarzeneggeri Beetle Schwarzenegger, ArnoldArnold Schwarzenegger Named "in reference to the markedly developed (biceps-like) middle femora of the males of this species reminiscent of the actor's physique." [8]
Akihito Fish Akihito [9]
Albunea groeningi Crustacean Groening, MattMatt Groening [1]
Aleiodes cacuangoi Wasp Cacuango, DoloresDolores Cacuango [10]
Aleiodes colberti Wasp Colbert, StephenStephen Colbert [10]
Aleiodes elleni Wasp DeGeneres, EllenEllen DeGeneres [10]
Aleiodes falloni Wasp Fallon, JimmyJimmy Fallon [10]
Aleiodes frosti Wasp Frost, RobertRobert Frost The patronym refers to Frost's The Road Not Taken: the larvae emerge from the host caterpillar in a way different from all other relatives. [10]
Aleiodes gaga Wasp Lady Gaga [11][12]
Aleiodes kingmani Wasp Kingman, EduardoEduardo Kingman [10]
Aleiodes shakirae Wasp Shakira "Since parasitism by this species causes the host caterpillar to bend and twist its abdomen in various ways, and Shakira is also famous for her belly-dancing, the name seems particularly appropriate." [10]
Aleiodes stewarti Wasp Stewart, JonJon Stewart [10]
Aligheria Wasp Alighieri, DanteDante Alighieri [1]
Aligherinia Wasp Alighieri, DanteDante Alighieri [5]
Allendia Beetle Allende, SalvadorSalvador Allende [1]
Alviniconcha strummeri Snail Strummer, JoeJoe Strummer "The name highlights the 'hardcore' nature of Alviniconcha snails, that inhabit the hottest, most acidic and most sulphidic microhabitats at Indo-Pacific hydrothermal vents. The name also recognizes the surface of Alviniconcha shells: the spiky periostracum resembles the fashion of punk rock bands." [13]
Amaurotoma zappa Snail Zappa, FrankFrank Zappa [5]
Amphinema rollinsi Jellyfish Rollins, HenryHenry Rollins [5]
Anacroneuria carole Stonefly King, CaroleCarole King [5]
Anacroneuria taylori Stonefly Taylor, JamesJames Taylor [5]
Anatoma tobeyoides Snail Tobey, MarkMark Tobey [5]
Anelosimus nelsoni Spider Mandela, NelsonNelson Mandela [5]
Angeliconana Wasp Angelico, FraFra Angelico [5]
Anhanguera spielbergi Pterosaur Spielberg, StevenSteven Spielberg [5]
Anillinus docwatsoni Beetle Watson, DocDoc Watson [5]
Anolis roosevelti Lizard Roosevelt, Jr, TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt, Jr [14]
Anomphalus jaggerius Snail Jagger, MickMick Jagger [5]
Anophthalmus hitleri Beetle Hitler, AdolfAdolf Hitler [15][16]
Anselmella Wasp Anselm of Canterbury [5]
Anthemiella Wasp Anthemius of Tralles [5]
Aphonopelma hollyi Spider Holly, BuddyBuddy Holly Discovered in Lubbock, Texas, birthplace of Holly. [17]
Aphonopelma johnnycashi Spider Cash, JohnnyJohnny Cash "This species can be found near the area of Folsom Prison in California, and like Cash's distinctive style of dress... mature males of this species are generally black in color." [18]
Apistogramma mendezi Fish Mendes, ChicoChico Mendes [1]
Aptostichus angelinajolieae Spider Jolie, AngelinaAngelina Jolie Named in recognition of Jolie's work with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees. [5]
Aptostichus barackobamai Spider Obama, BarackBarack Obama [19]
Aptostichus bonoi Spider Bono The species occurs in Joshua Tree National Park and was named in recognition of U2's 1987 album The Joshua Tree. [19][20]
Aptostichus chavezi Spider Chávez, CésarCésar Chávez [19]
Aptostichus dorothealangeae Spider Lange, DorotheaDorothea Lange Found in California's agricultural Central Valley [19]
Aptostichus edwardabbeyi Spider Abbey, EdwardEdward Abbey [19]
Aptostichus muiri Spider Muir, JohnJohn Muir The species occurs in Yosemite National Park, which Muir was instrumental in founding [19]
Aptostichus pennjillettei Spider Jillette, PennPenn Jillette Named for Jillette's "advocacy of freethinking and scientific skepticism" [19]
Aptostichus stephencolberti Spider Colbert, StephenStephen Colbert [5]
Archytas Fly Archytas [5]
Arcticalymene cooki Trilobite Cook, PaulPaul Cook [1][21]
Arcticalymene jonesi Trilobite Jones, SteveSteve Jones [1][21]
Arcticalymene matlocki Trilobite Matlock, GlenGlen Matlock [1][21]
Arcticalymene rotteni Trilobite Rotten, JohnnyJohnny Rotten [1][21]
Arcticalymene viciousi Trilobite Vicious, SidSid Vicious [1][21]
Arsinoitherium Extinct mammal Arsinoe II [1]
Arthurdactylus conandoylei Pterosaur Doyle, Arthur ConanArthur Conan Doyle Found in jungle similar to where The Lost World was set. [1]
Attenborosaurus conybeari Plesiosaur Attenborough, DavidDavid Attenborough, William Conybeare Plesiosaur "in honor of the naturalist and filmmaker, whose childhood fascination with Liassic plesiosaurs sparked a brilliant career in scientific journalism." [5]
Australopicus nelsonmandelai Bird Mandela, NelsonNelson Mandela An extinct woodpecker from South Africa [22][23]
Avahi cleesei Lemur Cleese, JohnJohn Cleese Cleese played a lemur-happy zookeeper in the film Fierce Creatures, hosted a documentary on lemurs, and is concerned with wildlife conservation. [5]
Avalanchurus simoni Trilobite Simon, PaulPaul Simon [5]
Avalanchurus garfunkeli Trilobite Garfunkel, ArtArt Garfunkel [5]
Avalanchurus lennoni Trilobite Lennon, JohnJohn Lennon [5]
Avalanchurus starri Trilobite Starr, RingoRingo Starr [5]
Bachiana Wasp Bach, Johann SebastianJohann Sebastian Bach [5]
Baeturia hardyi Cicada Hardy, OliverOliver Hardy [1]
Baeturia laureli Cicada Laurel, StanStan Laurel [1]
Bagheera kiplingi Spider Kipling, RudyardRudyard Kipling The genus name is derived from Bagheera, the black panther from Kipling's Jungle Book [5]
Balboa True bug Balboa, Vasco Núñez deVasco Núñez de Balboa [5]
Barbaturex morrisoni Extinct reptile Morrison, JimJim Morrison [24]
Baru darrowi Extinct reptile Darrow, PaulPaul Darrow [5]
Bauhinia sirindhorniae Legume Sirindhorn [1]
Beddomixalus Frog Beddome, Richard HenryRichard Henry Beddome [25]
Beethovena Wasp Beethoven, Ludwig vanLudwig van Beethoven [1]
Bishopina mozarti Crustacean Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusWolfgang Amadeus Mozart [1]
Blakea attenboroughi Plant Attenborough, DavidDavid Attenborough [26]
Blighia Plant Bligh, WilliamWilliam Bligh [1]
Borrowella Wasp Borrow, GeorgeGeorge Borrow [5]
Boudiennyia Wasp Budyonny, SemyonSemyon Budyonny [5]
Brachypanorpa sacajawea Scorpionfly Sacajawea [5]
Bufonaria borisbeckeri Snail Becker, BorisBoris Becker [1]
Buddhaites Ammonite Buddha
Bumba lennoni Spider Lennon, JohnJohn Lennon [27]
Bushiella beatlesi Polychaete Beatles, TheThe Beatles [5]
Caligula Moth Caligula [5]
Callicebus bernhardi Monkey Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld [28]
Caloplaca obamae Lichen Obama, BarackBarack Obama "for his support of science and scientific education." [29]
Calponia harrisonfordi Spider Ford, HarrisonHarrison Ford [5]
Calycopis garylarsoni Butterfly Larson, GaryGary Larson [5]
Campsicnemus charliechaplini Fly Chaplin, CharlieCharlie Chaplin This fly dies with its midlegs in a bandy-legged position.[30] [5]
Captaincookia Plant Cook, JamesJames Cook [5]
Carlyleia Wasp Carlyle, ThomasThomas Carlyle [1]
Carmenelectra Fly Electra, CarmenCarmen Electra [31]
Carnegiea Cactus Carnegie, AndrewAndrew Carnegie [32]
Cedrorestes crichtoni Dinosaur Crichton, MichaelMichael Crichton [5]
Cephalonomia pinkfloydi Wasp Pink Floyd A bethylid wasp from New Zealand [33]
Cervus canadensis roosevelti Deer Roosevelt, TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt [1]
Cheguevaria Beetle Guevara, CheChe Guevara [34]
Cherax snowden Crustacean Snowden, EdwardEdward Snowden [35]
Cherokeea attakullakulla Moth Attakullakulla [36]
Chesapecten jeffersonius Scallop Jefferson, ThomasThomas Jefferson [37]
Chipetaia Primate Chipeta [38]
Cirolana mercuryi Crustacean Mercury, FreddieFreddie Mercury East African isopod named for "arguably Zanzibar's most famous popular musician and singer." [5]
Cladomyrma sirindhornae Ant Sirindhorn [39]
Claudius Turtle Claudius [5]
Cleopatrodon Extinct mammal Cleopatra VII [1]
Colemanus Wasp Coleman, RonnieRonnie Coleman "Named for bodybuilder Ronnie Coleman, who was famous for his back; referring to the robust and sculptured nature of the mesosomal dorsum." [40]
Confucius True bug Confucius [5]
Confuciusornis sanctus Bird Confucius An extinct, early bird. The name means "holy Confucius' bird". [5]
Cowperia Wasp Cowper, WilliamWilliam Cowper [5]
Crichtonsaurus Dinosaur Crichton, MichaelMichael Crichton [5]
Crikey steveirwini Snail Irwin, SteveSteve Irwin [5]
Crocidura attila Shrew Attila [1]
Crocidura roosevelti Shrew Roosevelt, TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt [1]
Cryptocercus garciai Cockroach Garcia, JerryJerry Garcia [5]
Ctenocheloides attenboroughi Crustacean Attenborough, DavidDavid Attenborough [5]
Ctenomys fochi Rodent Foch, FerdinandFerdinand Foch [41]
Ctenus monaghani Spider Monaghan, DominicDominic Monaghan [42]
Cuspicephalus scarfi Pterosaur Scarfe, GeraldGerald Scarfe [5]
Cyclocephala casanova Beetle Casanova [5]
Cyclocephala freudi Beetle Freud, SigmundSigmund Freud [5]
Cyclocephala rorschachoides Beetle Rorschach, HermannHermann Rorschach [5]
Cystomastacoides nicolepeelerae Wasp Peeler, Nicole D.Nicole D. Peeler A favorite author of the lead biologist, who also named a species after fictional Beatrix Kiddo [43]
Daisya obriani Beetle O'Brian, PatrickPatrick O'Brian A species of weevil named for the author of the Aubrey-Maturin books.
Dalailama Moth Dalai Lama Bombycid moth from Tibet. [5]
Darwinilus sedarisi Beetle Sedaris, DavidDavid Sedaris Honors Sedaris, "as an appreciation for his fascination with the natural world." The genus is named after Charles Darwin. [44]
Dasykaluta rosamondae Marsupial Clifford, RosamundRosamund Clifford [1]
Dasyurus spartacus Marsupial Spartacus [1]
Davincia Wasp Vinci, Leonardo daLeonardo da Vinci [5]
Dendropsophus ozzyi Frog Osbourne, OzzyOzzy Osbourne [45]
Depressizona exorum Snail Ex, TheThe Ex [5]
Descampsia Wasp Descamps, Jean-BaptisteJean-Baptiste Descamps [5]
Descampsina Fly Descamps, Jean-BaptisteJean-Baptiste Descamps [5]
Diamphipnoa colberti Stonefly Colbert, StephenStephen Colbert [5]
Dicrotendipes thanatogratus Fly Grateful Dead Thanatos is Greek for "death" and Gratus is Latin for grateful. [5]
Diplodocus carnegii Dinosaur Carnegie, AndrewAndrew Carnegie
Djupedalia Extinct reptile Djupedal, ØysteinØystein Djupedal [46]
Doronomyrmex pocahontas Ant Pocahontas [47]
Draculoides bramstokeri Schizomid Stoker, BramBram Stoker [1]
Echiniscus madonnae Tardigrade Madonna [48]
Effigia okeeffeae Extinct reptile O'Keeffe, GeorgiaGeorgia O'Keeffe [5]
Electrotettix attenboroughi Grasshopper Attenborough, DavidDavid Attenborough


Elijahia Wasp Elijah [5]
Elseya irwini Turtle Irwin, SteveSteve Irwin [5]
Eleutherodactylus amadeus Frog Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusWolfgang Amadeus Mozart [50]
Elysia manriquei Sea slug Manrique, CésarCésar Manrique [5]
Emersonella Wasp Emerson, Ralph WaldoRalph Waldo Emerson [1]
Emersonia Wasp Emerson, Ralph WaldoRalph Waldo Emerson [5]
Emersonopsis Wasp Emerson, Ralph WaldoRalph Waldo Emerson [5]
Enyalioides binzayedi Lizard Zayed Al Nahyan, Mohammed binMohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan [51]
Epirhyssa shaka Wasp Shaka Zulu [52]
Equus grevyi Zebra Grévy, JulesJules Grévy [1]
Eristalis alleni Fly Allen, PaulPaul Allen [5]
Eristalis gatesi Fly Gates, BillBill Gates [5]
Eruga gutfreundi Wasp Gutfreund, JohnJohn Gutfreund [53]
Etheostoma clinton Fish Clinton, BillBill Clinton [54]
Etheostoma gore Fish Gore, AlAl Gore [54]
Etheostoma jimmycarter Fish Carter, JimmyJimmy Carter [54]
Etheostoma obama Fish Obama, BarackBarack Obama [54]
Etheostoma teddyroosevelt Fish Roosevelt, TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt [54]
Etmopterus benchleyi Fish Benchley, PeterPeter Benchley A species of shark. Benchley is the author of Jaws and was a marine conservationist. [55]
Eucteniza panchovillai Spider Villa, PanchoPancho Villa Discovered in San Juan del Rio, Durango, birthplace of Villa [56]
Euphorbia regis-jubae Plant Juba II [1]
Eurycea junaluska Salamander Junaluska [57]
Evita Moth Perón, EvaEva Perón [5]
Fernandocrambus chopinellus Moth Chopin, FrédéricFrédéric Chopin [1]
Finlayia Wasp Finlay, GeorgeGeorge Finlay [5]
Filistata maguirei Spider Maguire, TobeyTobey Maguire Maguire starred in three Spider-Man films. [58]
Franklinia Plant Franklin, BenjaminBenjamin Franklin [1]
Froudeana Wasp Froude, James AnthonyJames Anthony Froude [5]
Funkotriplogynium iagobadius Mite Brown, JamesJames Brown Iago is "James" and badius is "brown" in Latin. [5][59]
Gabrius tolkieni Beetle Tolkien, J. R. R.J. R. R. Tolkien [5]
Gaga Plant Lady Gaga A genus of ferns including Gaga monstraparva, Latin for "little monster" [60]
Gagadon minimonstrum Extinct mammal Lady Gaga [61]
Ganaspidium didionae Wasp Didion, JoanJoan Didion The wasp's range includes deserts of the American Southwest, setting of several Didion's works. [62]
Ganaspidium flemingi Wasp Fleming, IanIan Fleming The holotype was collected in the Bahamas, where Fleming was a "long time resident". [62]
Gazella bilkis Gazelle Sheba, Queen ofQueen of Sheba Bilkis is one of many names of the Queen given throughout history [1]
Gentiana Plant Gentius [1]
Gnathia beethoveni Crustacean Beethoven, Ludwig vanLudwig van Beethoven [1]
Gnathia marleyi Crustacean Marley, BobBob Marley [63]
Godiva Sea slug Lady Godiva [1]
Goetheana Wasp Goethe, Johann Wolfgang vonJohann Wolfgang von Goethe [1]
Goetheana shakespearei Wasp Goethe, Johann Wolfgang vonJohann Wolfgang von Goethe and William Shakespeare [1]
Goethella Wasp Goethe, Johann Wolfgang vonJohann Wolfgang von Goethe [5]
Goniozus musae Wasp Muse A bethylid wasp from New Zealand. "This species is named after the music band, Muse. [The name] also refers to 'musings' over the placement of this species." [33]
Gounodia Wasp Gounod, CharlesCharles Gounod [5]
Goya Moth Goya, FranciscoFrancisco Goya [5]
Greeffiella beatlei Nematode Beatles, TheThe Beatles [5]
Grimaldichthys profondissimus Fish Albert I, Prince of Monaco The prince was born Albert Grimaldi [1]
Grimalditeuthis bonplandi Squid Albert I, Prince of Monaco [1]
Grotiusella Wasp Grotius, HugoHugo Grotius [5]
Grotiusomyia Wasp Grotius, HugoHugo Grotius [5]
Hannibalia Thrip Hannibal [5]
Harpagus Bird Harpagus [1]
Harryhausenia Extinct crab Harryhausen, RayRay Harryhausen "Named for the great dynamator of fantasy film, Ray Harryhausen, in recognition of his long career during which he brought the imaginary to life on the screen."[64] [64]
Hellinsia aguilerai Moth Roldós Aguilera, JaimeJaime Roldós Aguilera


Hellinsia alfaroi Moth Alfaro, EloyEloy Alfaro [2]
Hellinsia benalcazari Moth Belalcázar, Sebastián deSebastián de Belalcázar [2]
Hellinsia huayna Moth Huayna Capac [2]
Hellinsia morenoi Moth García Moreno, GabrielGabriel García Moreno [2]
Hellinsia orellanai Moth Orellana, Francisco deFrancisco de Orellana [2]
Hellinsia pizarroi Moth Pizarro, FranciscoFrancisco Pizarro [2]
Hellinsia ruminahuii Moth Rumiñawi [2]
Hellinsia sucrei Moth Sucre, Antonio José deAntonio José de Sucre [2]
Hellinsia tupaci Moth Topa Inca Yupanqui [2]
Herodotia Wasp Herodotus [5]
Heteropoda davidbowie Spider Bowie, DavidDavid Bowie [65][66]
Heteropoda ninahagen Spider Hagen, NinaNina Hagen [65][66]
Hapalopus aldanus Spider Alda, AlanAlan Alda [67]
Heteragrion brianmayi Damselfly May, BrianBrian May One of four Heteragrion species named after members of the band Queen [68]
Heteragrion freddiemercuryi Damselfly Mercury, FreddieFreddie Mercury One of four Heteragrion species named after members of the band Queen [68]
Heteragrion johndeaconi Damselfly Deacon, JohnJohn Deacon One of four Heteragrion species named after members of the band Queen [68]
Heteragrion rogertaylori Damselfly Taylor, RogerRoger Taylor One of four Heteragrion species named after members of the band Queen [68]
Homeryon Crustacean Homer [69]
Horaglanis abdulkalami Fish Kalam, A. P. J. AbdulA. P. J. Abdul Kalam [70]
Houdinia Moth Houdini, HarryHarry Houdini [5]
Hycleus marcipoli Beetle Polo, MarcoMarco Polo [71]
Hydrolagus trolli Fish Troll, RayRay Troll [72]
Hydroscapha redfordi Beetle Redford, RobertRobert Redford [5]
Hyloscirtus princecharlesi Frog Charles, Prince of Wales [73]
Hyla stingi Frog Sting Colombian tree frog named in recognition of Sting's work for the rain forest. [5]
Ibyka Plant Ibycus [5]
Idiomacromerus longfellowi Wasp Longfellow, Henry WadsworthHenry Wadsworth Longfellow [1]
Jaggermeryx naida Extinct mammal Jagger, MickMick Jagger [74]
Jawharia Extinct mammal Jawhar al-Siqilli [75]
Jeffersonia Plant Jefferson, ThomasThomas Jefferson [1]
Jenghizkhan Dinosaur Khan, GenghisGenghis Khan [1]
Jubaea Plant Juba II [1]
Kalloprion kilmisteri Worm Kilmister, LemmyLemmy Kilmister [76]
Keatsia Wasp Keats, JohnJohn Keats [1]
Kerevata clarksoni Wasp Clarkson, JeremyJeremy Clarkson One of three species named after the hosts of Top Gear [77]
Kerevata hammondi Wasp Hammond, RichardRichard Hammond One of three species named after the hosts of Top Gear [77]
Kerevata jamesmayi Wasp May, JamesJames May One of three species named after the hosts of Top Gear [77]
Kerygmachela kierkegaardi Extinct arthropod Kierkegaard, SørenSøren Kierkegaard [5]
Khamul tolkeini Wasp Tolkien, J. R. R.J. R. R. Tolkien [78]
Khruschevia ridicula Worm Khruschev, NikitaNikita Khruschev [1]
Kingnites diamondi Worm King Diamond [79]
Kootenichela deppi Extinct arthropod Depp, JohnnyJohnny Depp [80]
Lamennaisia Wasp Lamennais, Hugues Felicité Robert deHugues Felicité Robert de Lamennais [5]
Lathrolestes fiedleri Wasp Fiedler, ArkadyArkady Fiedler [81]
Legionella shakespearei Bacterium Shakespeare, WilliamWilliam Shakespeare Isolated from Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of Shakespeare [82]
Leninia stellans Extinct reptile Lenin, VladimirVladimir Lenin "The museum where [the type specimen] is housed is located within the Lenin Memorial and Lenin school complex in Ulyanovsk; accordingly, the generic name reflects the geohistorical location of the find."[83] [83]
Leonardo davincii Moth Vinci, Leonardo daLeonardo da Vinci [5]
Lepidoteuthis grimaldii Squid Albert I, Prince of Monaco The prince was born Albert Grimaldi [1]
Lepithrix freudi Beetle Freud, SigmundSigmund Freud [5]
Leucothoe eltoni Crustacean John, EltonElton John "In reference to the large shoe-like first gnathopod of this species and the oversize boots Elton John wore as the local pinball champion in the movie Tommy." [84]
Leucothoe tolkieni Crustacean Tolkien, J. R. R.J. R. R. Tolkien [85]
Lincolna Wasp Lincoln, AbrahamAbraham Lincoln [5]
Lincolnanna Wasp Lincoln, AbrahamAbraham Lincoln [5]
Litarachna lopezae Mite Lopez, JenniferJennifer Lopez An aquatic mite from Puerto Rico [86][87]
Rana montezumae Frog Moctezuma II [50]
Litokoala dicksmithi Marsupial Smith, DickDick Smith An extinct koala named for Smith's financial support of paleontological research [88]
Liturgusa algorei Mantis Gore, AlAl Gore Named for Gore's "environmental activism including his efforts to raise public awareness of global climate change."[89] [89]
Liturgusa fossetti Mantis Fossett, SteveSteve Fossett Named for Fossett's "inspirational dedication to adventure and exploration."[89] [89]
Liturgusa krattorum Mantis Kratt, MartinMartin Kratt and Chris Kratt Named for the "hosts and creators of Kratts' Creatures and Wild Kratts... which provide children with entertaining programming focused on animal biology presented with accurate information."[89] [89]
Livyatan melvillei Whale Melville, HermanHerman Melville An extinct whale: Melville is the author of Moby Dick. [5]
Loureedia Spider Reed, LouLou Reed [90]
Loxosomatoides sirindhornae Entoproct Sirindhorn [1]
Lutheria Wasp Luther, MartinMartin Luther [5]
Mackenziurus johnnyi Trilobite Ramone, JohnnyJohnny Ramone [1]
Mackenziurus joeyi Trilobite Ramone, JoeyJoey Ramone [1]
Mackenziurus deedeei Trilobite Ramone, Dee DeeDee Dee Ramone [1]
Mackenziurus ceejayi Trilobite Ramone, C. J.C. J. Ramone [1]
Macrobrachium sirindhorn Crustacean Sirindhorn [1]
Macrocarpaea dies-viridis Plant Green Day "Dies-viridis" is Latin for "green day" [5]
Magellanana Wasp Magellan, FerdinandFerdinand Magellan [5]
Magnolia sirindhorniae Plant Sirindhorn [1]
Maguimithrax Crustacean Maguire, TobeyTobey Maguire A genus of spider crab. Maguire starred in three Spider-Man films. [91]
Maldybulakia angusi Extinct arthropod Young, AngusAngus Young An Australian fossil myriapod [92]
Maldybulakia malcolmi Extinct arthropod Young, MalcolmMalcolm Young An Australian fossil myriapod [92]
Mammuthus jeffersonii Mammoth Jefferson, ThomasThomas Jefferson [1]
Mandelia Sea slug Mandela, NelsonNelson Mandela [1][93]
Maotherium Extinct mammal Zedong, MaoMao Zedong [1]
Marshiella lettermani Wasp Letterman, DavidDavid Letterman [94]
Martesia tolkieni Clam Tolkien, J. R. R.J. R. R. Tolkien [5]
Masiakasaurus knopfleri Dinosaur Knopfler, MarkMark Knopfler [1]
Mastophora dizzydeani Spider Dean, DizzyDizzy Dean The spider uses a sticky ball on the end of a thread to catch its prey. [1]
Marxella Wasp Marx, KarlKarl Marx [5]
Marxiana Wasp Marx, KarlKarl Marx [5]
Materpiscis attenboroughi Fish Attenborough, DavidDavid Attenborough [26]
Maxillaria gorbatchowii Beetle Gorbachev, MikhailMikhail Gorbachev [1]
Meenoplus roddenberryi True bug Roddenberry, GeneGene Roddenberry [95]
Megachile chomskyi Bee Chomsky, NoamNoam Chomsky [96]
Megalonyx jeffersonii Ground sloth Jefferson, ThomasThomas Jefferson [1]
Megaselia mithridatesi Fly Mithridates VI of Pontus [97]
Menura alberti Bird Albert, Prince Consort [98]
Mercurana Frog Mercury, FreddieFreddie Mercury [25]
Mesoparapylocheles michaeljacksoni Crustacean Jackson, MichaelMichael Jackson [99]
Metallichneumon neurospastarchus Wasp Metallica A parasitic wasp. The genus name honors the band, while neurospastarchus ("ruler of puppets" in Greek) alludes to "the weak and mindless nature" of hosts, and the album Master of Puppets. [100]
Microchilo elgrecoi Moth Greco, ElEl Greco [1]
Microchilo murilloi Moth Murillo, Bartolomé EstebanBartolomé Esteban Murillo [1]
Milesdavis Trilobite Davis, MilesMiles Davis [101]
Mirina confucius Moth Confucius
Mitra kamehameha Snail Kamehameha I, KingKing Kamehameha I [1]
Montypythonoides riversleighensis Extinct reptile Monty Python An extinct snake, subsequently renamed Morelia riversleighensis [102]
Mozartella beethoveni Wasp Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusWolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven [1]
Munidopsis mandelai Crustacean Mandela, NelsonNelson Mandela [103]
Muntiacus rooseveltorum Deer Roosevelt, Jr., TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt, Jr. and Kermit Roosevelt [104]
Myrmekiaphila neilyoungi Spider Young, NeilNeil Young [5]
Nabokovia Butterfly Nabokov, VladimirVladimir Nabokov [5]
Namalycastis jaya Polychaete Jayalalithaa, JJ Jayalalithaa Named in recognition of Dr.J. Jayalalithaa's contributions towards education for the People of Tamil Nadu, India (especially for impoverished people). [105]
Nanocthulhu lovecrafti Wasp Lovecraft, H. P.H. P. Lovecraft The genus name invokes Lovecraft's character Cthulhu [106]
Napoleonaea imperialis Water lily Napoleon [1]
Neanthes roosevelti Worm Roosevelt, Franklin D.Franklin D. Roosevelt [1]
Neomegamphopus roosevelti Crustacean Roosevelt, Franklin D.Franklin D. Roosevelt [107][108]
Neoperla teresa Stonefly Heinz, TeresaTeresa Heinz [5]
Nepenthes attenboroughii Plant Attenborough, DavidDavid Attenborough [26]
Neruda Butterfly Neruda, PabloPablo Neruda [109]
Norasaphus monroeae Trilobite Monroe, MarilynMarilyn Monroe Trilobite with an hourglass shaped glabella. [5]
Notiospathius johnlennoni Wasp Lennon, JohnJohn Lennon In honor of the 30th anniversary of Lennon's death [110]
Nystalus obamai Bird Obama, BarackBarack Obama [111]
Obamadon gracilis Extinct reptile Obama, BarackBarack Obama [112]
Oceanodroma hornbyi Bird Hornby, PhippsPhipps Hornby [111]
Ophelosia mcglashani Wasp McGlashan, DonDon McGlashan [113]
Orectochilus orbisonorum Beetle Orbison, RoyRoy Orbison and his widow Barbara Orbison Whirligig beetle from India. [5]
Ornithoptera alexandrae Butterfly Alexandra of Denmark [1]
Orontobia dalailama Moth Dalai Lama Tiger moth from Tibet. [5]
Orsonwelles Spider Welles, OrsonOrson Welles Many of the species are named after elements from Welles' films. [114]
Ovidia Plant Ovid [5]
Pachygnatha zappa Spider Zappa, FrankFrank Zappa An orb-weaver spider, it has a black marking under its abdomen curiously reminiscent of Frank Zappa's mustache. [5]
Pachyrhinosaurus perotorum Dinosaur Perot, RossRoss Perot and family [115]
Papasula abbotti costelloi Bird Costello, LouLou Costello An allusion to Abbott and Costello, however the patronym abbotti honors William Louis Abbott, not Bud Abbott. [1][116]
Paradonea presleyi Spider Presley, ElvisElvis Presley [117]
Paragordius obamai Horsehair worm Obama, BarackBarack Obama [118]
Paramaka pearljam Mayfly Pearl Jam [119]
Parides montezuma Butterfly Moctezuma II [1]
Paroxyna cleopatra Fly Cleopatra VII [5]
Paroxyna messalina Fly Messalina, ValeriaValeria Messalina [5]
Pentaceration bifficlyro Crustacean Biffy Clyro [120]
Perirehaedulus richardsi Trilobite Richards, KeithKeith Richards Aegrotocatellus jaggeri was named concurrently to honor fellow Rolling Stones member Mick Jagger. [4][5]
Petrochirus diogenes Crustacean Diogenes of Sinope [1]
Petula Moth Clark, PetulaPetula Clark [5]
Pheidole harrisonfordi Ant Ford, HarrisonHarrison Ford [5]
Pheidole mooreorum Ant Moore, GordonGordon Moore and Betty Moore Named "in recognition of their outstanding contribution in service and support to tropical conservation, hence the habitats in which the Pheidole ants will continue to exist."[121] [121]
Pheidole roosevelti Ant Roosevelt, TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt [1]
Phialella zappai Jellyfish Zappa, FrankFrank Zappa Named as a plan to meet Zappa, who stated "There is nothing I'd like better than having a jellyfish named after me".[122]
Phricotelphusa sirindhorn Crustacean Sirindhorn [1]
Phuwiangosaurus sirindhornae Dinosaur Sirindhorn [1]
Pinkfloydia Spider Pink Floyd "Pink Floyd was an innovative group that created music (with) an eclectic mixture of styles. Pinkfloydia has very unusual morphological features and its name aims to reflect its uniqueness." [123]
Pinus montezumae Pine Moctezuma II [1]
Plato Spider Plato [5]
Platygobiopsis akihito Fish Akihito [124]
Pritha garfieldi Spider Garfield, AndrewAndrew Garfield Garfield starred in two Spider-Man films. [58]
Plethodon sequoyah Salamander Sequoyah [50]
Plutarchia Wasp Plutarch [1]
Poanes hobomok Butterfly Hobomok [5]
Podocyrtis goetheana Protist Goethe, Johann Wolfgang vonJohann Wolfgang von Goethe [1]
Potanthus confucius Butterfly Confucius
Predatoroonops mctiernani Spider McTiernan, JohnJohn McTiernan McTiernan is the director of Predator. [125]
Predatoroonops peterhalli Spider Hall, Kevin PeterKevin Peter Hall Hall played the Predator in Predator. [125]
Predatoroonops schwarzeneggeri Spider Schwarzenegger, ArnoldArnold Schwarzenegger Schwarzenegger is the star of Predator. [125]
Prethopalpus attenboroughi Spider Attenborough, DavidDavid Attenborough [26]
Preseucoela imallshookupis Wasp Presley, ElvisElvis Presley The genus name derives from Presley's last name while the specific name derives from Presley's song "All Shook Up". [126]
Pristimantis imthurni Frog Thurn, Everard F. imEverard F. im Thurn [127]
Pristimantis jamescameroni Frog Cameron, JamesJames Cameron [127]
Pristimantis simonbolivari Frog Bolívar, SimónSimón Bolívar [50]
Pristionchus maxplancki Worm Planck, MaxMax Planck [128]
Propionibacterium acnes type Zappa Bacterium Zappa, FrankFrank Zappa "This bacterium is so unconventional in its behavior, and its new habitat is so unexpected that we thought of Frank Zappa". [129]
Psephophorus terrypratchetti Turtle Pratchett, TerryTerry Pratchett Pratchett wrote a series of fantasy books set on a world carried on the back of a giant turtle. [1]
Pseudocorinna brianeno Spider Eno, BrianBrian Eno [130]
Pseudoeurycea ahuitzotl Salamander Ahuitzotl [50]
Pseudoparamys cezannei Rodent Cézanne, PaulPaul Cézanne [1]
Pundamilia nyererei Fish Nyerere, JuliusJulius Nyerere [1]
Pycnomma roosevelti Fish Roosevelt, Franklin D.Franklin D. Roosevelt [1]
Rooseveltia frankliniana Plant Roosevelt, Franklin D.Franklin D. Roosevelt [1]
Qiliania graffini Bird Graffin, GregGreg Graffin [131]
Raffaellia Wasp Raphael [5]
Raphaelana Wasp Raphael [1]
Raphaelonia Wasp Raphael [5]
Renaniana Wasp Renan, ErnestErnest Renan [5]
Rhinatrema shiv Caecilian Chanderpaul, ShivnarineShivnarine Chanderpaul [50]
Richteria Plant Paul, JeanJean Paul Derived from Paul's birth name, Johann Paul Friedrich Richter [1]
Rochlingia hitleri Extinct insect Hitler, AdolfAdolf Hitler The genus was named after German industrialist and Nazi supporter Hermann Röchling. [16]
Rostropria garbo Wasp Garbo, GretaGreta Garbo Diapriid wasp described as "a solitary female". [5]
Rotaovula hirohitoi Snail Hirohito [107][132]
Rubus × mussolinii Plant Mussolini, BenitoBenito Mussolini Hybrid blackberry from northeastern Libya [133]
Salinoctomys loschalchalerosorum Rodent Chalchaleros, LosLos Chalchaleros [1]
Sappho Bird Sappho [1]
Scaptia beyonceae Fly Knowles, BeyoncéBeyoncé Knowles The horse fly was named after the singer and actress because of its striking golden behind. [5]
Schilleria Extinct reptile Schiller, FriedrichFriedrich Schiller [5]
Scipionyx Dinosaur Scipio Africanus [1]
Sequoia Plant Sequoyah The derivation of Sequoia from "Sequoyah" is controversial since the botanist who coined it left no record of the etymology. [134]
Serendipaceratops arthurcclarkei Dinosaur Clarke, Arthur C.Arthur C. Clarke [1]
Shakespearia Wasp Shakespeare, WilliamWilliam Shakespeare [1]
Shireplitis tolkieni Wasp Tolkien, J. R. R.J. R. R. Tolkien Other species of Shireplitis are named after various Lord of the Rings characters. [135]
Sinatra Wasp Sinatra, FrankFrank Sinatra [5]
Singafrotypa mandela Spider Mandela, NelsonNelson Mandela "The species is named after Nelson Mandela in honor of his struggle against Apartheid."[136] [136]
Sirdavidia Plant Attenborough, DavidDavid Attenborough The first plant genus named for Attenborough[137] [138]
Siriella roosevelti Crustacean Roosevelt, Franklin D.Franklin D. Roosevelt [1]
Sirindhorn thailandiensis Butterfly Sirindhorn [1]
Sirindhornia Plant Sirindhorn [1]
Spartacus True bug Spartacus [5]
Spelaeornis troglodytoides indiraji Bird Gandhi, IndiraIndira Gandhi [139]
Stasimopus mandelai Spider Mandela, NelsonNelson Mandela [5]
Stenomorpha roosevelti Beetle Roosevelt, TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt [1]
Strelitzia reginae Plant Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz [1]
Streptocephalus sirindhornae Crustacean Sirindhorn [1]
Strigiphilus garylarsoni Louse Larson, GaryGary Larson [1]
Struszia mccartneyi Trilobite McCartney, PaulPaul McCartney [5]
Sylvilagus palustris hefneri Rabbit Hefner, HughHugh Hefner [5]
Taeniopteryx mercuryi Stonefly Mercury, FreddieFreddie Mercury [5]
Talabrica elotroyoae Bivalve El Otro Yo [140]
Tarsius sirindhornae Tarsier Sirindhorn Prehistoric tarsier from Thailand [141]
Tassonia Wasp Tassoni, AlessandroAlessandro Tassoni [5]
Tecunumania Wasp Umán, TecúnTecún Umán [1]
Tennysoniana Wasp Tennyson, Alfred, LordAlfred, Lord Tennyson [5]
Terebellides sepultura Worm Sepultura "The species is named to honour Sepultura, the best Brazilian heavy metal band." [142]
Tetramorium adamsi Ant Adams, DouglasDouglas Adams [143]
Thalesanna Wasp Thales [5]
Thoreauella Wasp Thoreau, Henry DavidHenry David Thoreau [5]
Thoreauia Wasp Thoreau, Henry DavidHenry David Thoreau [1]
Thysania agrippina Moth Julia the Younger Derived from Julia the Younger's birth name Vipsania Agrippina [1]
Tianchisaurus nedegoapeferima Dinosaur Neill, SamSam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, Bob Peck, Martin Ferrero, Ariana Richards, and Joseph Mazzello People involved in the 1993 film Jurassic Park: Neill, Dern, Goldblum, Attenborough, Peck, Ferrero, Richards, and Mazzello.[5] The type specimen was informally referred to as "Jurassosaurus". [5]
Tianyulong confuciusi Dinosaur Confucius [144]
Torvosaurus gurneyi Dinosaur Gurney, JamesJames Gurney Gurney created and illustrated the Dinotopia books. [145]
Trigona sirindhornae Bee Sirindhorn [1]
Trigonopterus attenboroughi Beetle Attenborough, DavidDavid Attenborough [146]
Trypanosoma irwini Protist Irwin, SteveSteve Irwin [5]
Vallaris zappai Rodent Zappa, FrankFrank Zappa An extinct gerbil [147]
Victoria amazonica Plant Victoria, QueenQueen Victoria [5]
Washingtonia Plant Washington, GeorgeGeorge Washington [1]
Whittieria Wasp Whittier, John GreenleafJohn Greenleaf Whittier [5]
Xanthosomnium froesei Wasp Froese, EdgarEdgar Froese "Xanthosomnium" is a translation of Tangerine Dream, a German electronic music group founded by Froese. [5]
Xenopsylla cheopsis Flea Khufu From Khufu's Hellenized name Cheops [1]
Zaglossus attenboroughi Echidna Attenborough, DavidDavid Attenborough [26]
Zamenhofella Wasp Zamenhof, L. L.L. L. Zamenhof [5]
Zappa Fish Zappa, FrankFrank Zappa Ed Murdy, who named the genus of mudskipper, says, "I like his music."[148] [1]

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