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Taxa specific[edit]

Maxillopoda[edit]

  1. Order Laurida (Wikidata, Wikispecies | Taxa DBs: NCBI, PESI, ITIS)
  2. Order Dendrogastrida (Wikidata, Wikispecies | Taxa DBs: NCBI, PESI, ITIS)
  3. Order Pygophora (Wikidata, Wikispecies | Taxa DBs: NCBI, PESI, ITIS)
  4. Order Cephalobaenida (Wikidata, Wikispecies | Taxa DBs: NCBI, PESI, ITIS)
  5. Order Porocephalida (Wikidata, Wikispecies | Taxa DBs: NCBI, PESI, ITIS)
  6. Order Reighardiida (Wikidata, Wikispecies | Taxa DBs: NCBI, PESI, ITIS)
  7. Genus Aphotocenter (Wikidata, Wikispecies | Taxa DBs: NCBI, PESI, ITIS)
  8. Order Kentrogonida (Wikidata, Wikispecies | Taxa DBs: NCBI, PESI, ITIS)
  9. Genus Heterosaccus (Wikidata, Wikispecies | Taxa DBs: NCBI, PESI, ITIS)

Insecta[edit]

elm seed bug http://www.pressherald.com/news/Swarming-invasive-insect-found-in-US-for-1st-time-.html

  1. Acraga Coa or Jewel Caterpillar. I couldn't find so much information yet, but there are pictures and detailed articles upon searching for "Jewel caterpillar" on Google
  2. Cataglyphis iberica - desert ant
  3. Cecidomyia viticola or Grape Tube Gallmaker. Creates interesting spikes which contain the larvae, on grape vine leaves
  4. Idea hypermnestra, a tree-nymph butterfly. I can only find its scientific name, but pictures and brief articles can be found on Google. They are of the family Nymphalidae, the brush-footed butterflies or four-legged butterflies. Some subspecies include I.H. Belia, I.H. Linteata and I.H. Hera (found on Google). I.H. Belia lives in Java, I.H. Linteata in Malysia and I.H. Hera in Deli, Sumatra.

Diptera[edit]

  1. Species in the family of Asilidae. The data can be refered at List of Asilidae species. You can find the excel file there. I created all species in vi.wikipedia, but I am not familiar to this work in en. Thank you in advance.

Coleoptera[edit]

See also: Missing encyclopedic articles about Coleoptera (by scientific names)
  1. Green scarab beetle (Diphucephala) -
  2. Family Omethidae -

Peanut Beetle (Palembus dermestoides)


Hymenoptera[edit]

See also: Missing encyclopedic articles about Hymenoptera (by scientific names)
  1. Telenomus (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  2. Xeris (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  3. Urocerus (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  4. Megischus bicolor (Wikidata, Wikispecies | Taxa DBs: NCBI, PESI, ITIS)

Lepidoptera[edit]

For help on how to write about lepidoptera, see WikiProject Lepidoptera.

See also: Missing encyclopedic articles about Lepidoptera (by scientific names)
  1. Brindled White-spot (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  2. Clouded Brindle (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  3. Mottled Grey (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  4. Notch noctuid (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  5. Purple Clay (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  6. Window geometer (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)

Odonata[edit]

See also: Missing encyclopedic articles about Odonata (by scientific names)
  1. Alpine Emerald (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (Somatochlora alpestris (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  2. Northern White-faced Darter (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (Leucorrhinia rubicunda (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  3. Subarctic Hawker (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (Aeshna subarctica (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  4. Two-spotted Dragonfly (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (Epitheca bimaculata (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))

Orthoptera[edit]

See also: Missing encyclopedic articles about Orthoptera (by scientific names)
  1. Amblycorypha (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  2. Chorthippus vagans (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (heath grasshopper (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  3. Conocephalus dorsalis (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (short-winged conehead (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  4. Laupala (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  5. Metrioptera brachyptera (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (bog bush-cricket (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  6. Myrmeleotettix maculatus (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (mottled grasshopper (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  7. Platycleis albopunctata (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)(grey bush-cricket (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  8. Pseudomogoplistes vicentae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (scaly cricket (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  9. Stenobothrus lineatus (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (stripe-winged grasshopper (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  10. Stethophyma grossum (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (large marsh grasshopper (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  11. Tetrix subulata (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (slender groundhopper (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p), common groundhopper (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  12. Tropidacris cristata (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (giant grasshopper (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p))
  13. Wood cricket (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) several spp. of genus Gryllus
  14. Arulenus miae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)[1]

Arachnida[edit]

For help on how to write about spiders, see WikiProject Spiders.

See also: Missing encyclopedic articles about Arachnida (by scientific names)
  1. Brachypelma ruhnaui (Is it a Synonyms of Mexican golden red rump tarantula?)
  2. Dermatophagoides (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  3. Dermatophagoides farinae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (House dust mite is a mess)
  4. Dermatophagoides microceras (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  5. Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) (House dust mite is a mess)
  6. Pepper tick (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  7. Rhagidia (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)

Diplopoda[edit]

Lots of taxonomy to cover, from the order to the species level.

See red links at List of millipede families
  1. Chelodesmidae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  2. Polydesmidae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
Extinct orders
  1. Archidesmida (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) - Fossil
  2. Cowiedesmida (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) - Fossil
  3. Palaeosomatida (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p) - Fossil

Chilopoda[edit]

  1. Pselliodidae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  2. Scutigerinidae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  3. Craterostigmidae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  4. Mecistocephalidae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  5. Neogeophilidae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)
  6. Linotaeniidae (wd | gwp gwe g | in it p)

Anatomy[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Skejo, Josip; Caballero, Joy Honezza S. (21 January 2016). "A hidden pygmy devil from the Philippines: Arulenus miae sp. nov. —a new species serendipitously discovered in an amateur Facebook post (Tetrigidae: Discotettiginae)". Zootaxa. 4067 (3): 393. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.4067.3.7. 
  2. ^ Carl W. Rettenmeyer (1970). "Insect mimicry". Annual Review of Entomology. 15: 43–74. doi:10.1146/annurev.en.15.010170.000355.