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Xanthocrambus saxonellus

Saxonellus Xanthocrambus is a species of moth in the family Crambidae, described by Johann Leopold Theodor Friedrich Zincken, 1821. It is found in France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, Italy, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, ...


Xanthorhoe annotinata

Description of xanthorhoe annotinata is a butterfly of the family Geometridae. It is located in the Northern part of the Palaearctic ecozone. It is found in mountainous areas. The wingspan of 22-30 mm. There is one generation per year with adults ...


Xystophora pulveratella

Xystophora pulveratella is a moth of the family Gelechiidae. It is found from Central and Northern Europe to the Urals and South Siberia. The wingspan is 10-11 mm. Adult-brown fore wings with a buff tinge towards the apex. They are on wing from m ...


Yponomeuta cagnagella

Cagnagella materials on the fauna, the spindle Ermine is a moth of the family Yponomeutidae, the ermine moths. The wingspan of the moth ranges from 19 to 26 millimeters. The flight ranges from late June to October. Moth attracted to light.


Yponomeuta irrorella

Irrorella materials on fauna is a moth of the family Yponomeutidae. It is found in most of Europe, except Ireland, Norway, Belgium, the Iberian Peninsula, Estonia and the Western and southern part of the Balkan Peninsula. The wingspan of 19-25 mm ...


Yponomeuta mahalebella

Materials on the fauna mahalebella is a moth of the family Yponomeutidae. It is found in France, Italy and Ukraine. The larvae feed on Prunus mahaleb. After hatching, the young larvae hibernate and become active the following spring. The second s ...


Yponomeuta plumbella

Wingspan plumbella materials on the fauna ranges from 16 to 20 millimeters. In adults, the front wings are white with three rows of very small black spots, hence the name ermine moths while the hind wings are grayish. These butterflies are well d ...


Yponomeuta rorrella

Rorrella materials on fauna is Lepidoptera from the family Yponomeutidae, the ermine moths, probably a migrant, but abundant found in the UK, mainly concentrated in Northumberland.


Zabrus oertzeni

There are four subspecies of Z. oertzeni: Z. creticus oertzeni of Reitter, 1889. Leukaorensis Maran oertzeni Z., 1947. Stepaneki Maran oertzeni Z., 1947. Z. oertzeni of Reitter, 1885.


Zekelita antiqualis

Zekelita antiqualis is a moth of the family Erebidae first described by Jacob hübner in 1809. It is found in the Balkans, the middle East, the Caucasus and the middle East in Lebanon, Israel and Jordan. Adults are on wing from March to April and ...


Zekelita ravalis

Zekelita ravalis is a moth of the family Erebidae first described by Gottlieb August Wilhelm Herrich-Schaffer in 1851. It is in the Middle East, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Egypt, Bahrain and the Levant. Adults are on wing all ...


Zelleria hepariella

Zelleria hepariella is a moth of the family Yponomeutidae. It is found in Europe and Northern Asia Minor. The wingspan is 12-14 mm. Adults are on wing in July or August depending on location. The larvae feed on Fraxinus Excelsior, compliment and ...


Zelleria oleastrella

Zelleria oleastrella is a moth of the family Yponomeutidae. It is found in southern Europe and Turkey. The wingspan is 12-15 mm. There are five overlapping generations per year with adults on wing year round but mainly from may to November. The l ...


Zophodia grossulariella

Zophodia grossulariella is a species of moth of the family Pyralidae. It is found in Europe and North America. Wingspan of 25 to 36 mm. Butterfly on the wing from April to may depending on location. The larvae feed on Ribes UVA-crispa.


Beetles of Europe


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Hymenoptera of Europe


Lepidoptera of Europe


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Orthoptera of Europe


Endemic insects of Metropolitan France


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Neuroptera of Europe


Phasmatodea of Europe


Acroneuria lycorias

Acroneuria lycorias or stoneflies of the boreal species of stoneflies live in North America. The species is named after the Nereid Lycorias of Greek mythology. The species is found in North America. It ranges from Northern Quebec South through Ne ...


Aedes canadensis

Aedes mosquitoes canadian forest pool mosquito, is an aggressive, day-biting mosquito, which may be a vector of several diseases, which is found mainly in Eastern North America.


Agulla nixa

Agulla Nixe is a species of snakefly, which can be found in a wooded area in Texas and Mexico. Its common name is Texan snakefly. View 15-22 mm in length and feeds on smaller insects. The female inserts its eggs in the crevices of the bark, which ...


Anisomorpha buprestoides

Anisomorpha buprestoides is a insect that is found throughout the southeastern United States. Anisomorpha buprestoides is a large, stout insect-brown phasmid with three conspicuous longitudinal black stripes. Females average 67.7 mm in length, ma ...


Archipsocus nomas

Archipsocus of Nomis is a web-spinning barklouse, and issues in the family Archipsocidae insects. It is located in the southeastern part of the United States, living gregariously in trees, and feed on lichens and mushrooms and weaves a web that a ...


Boisea rubrolineata

Boisea rubrolineata or Western boxelder bug boxelder bug is identical, except that prominent red veins on the corium. It is located in the West of North America.


Boyeria vinosa

Boyeria vinosa, the fawn darner, is a species of dragonfly in the family Aeshnidae. It is located in the South-Eastern Canada and the Eastern United States. Its natural habitat is rivers. They are most active at dusk.


Buck moth

The male moth is a common insect found in oak forests, stretching in the United States from Southeast to northeast and West to Texas and Kansas. It was first described by dru Drury in 1773. Larvae usually appear in one generation in the spring. T ...


Caenis amica

Small squaregill mayflies Amica is a species of mayfly small squaregill mayflies of the genus. It has an average life expectancy of a few days, as most mayflies and lives near rivers in South America.


Ceratophyllus coahuilensis


Chionaspis pinifoliae

Pine needle scale insects Chionaspis pinifoliae Fitch, is a common pest on pine, spruce and other conifers across Canada and in the United States. The pest was especially insistent on planted spruce in the Prairie provinces in rural and urban are ...


Chrysoperla carnea

Chrysoperla vulgaris, known as common green lacewing, is an insect of the family Chrysopidae. Although adults feed on nectar, pollen and aphid honeydew, the larvae are active predators and feed on aphids and other small insects. It was used in th ...


Climaciella brunnea

Climaciella brunnea, known sometimes common names Wasp mantidfly and brown, it is a predatory insect in the neuropteran family Mantispidae.


Common walkingstick

General walkingstick or North walkingstick is a type of phasmid or insect found in North America. The average length of this species is 75mm, 95mm for men and women. The insect is found in deciduous forests throughout North America, where it eats ...


Conotrachelus elegans

Conotrachelus elegans, the pecan gall curculio, is a true weevil species in the genus Conotrachelus. It is found in North America, where it feeds the Gauls from Hickory leaf stem gall phylloxera, also found in pecan.


Corydalus cornutus

The Eastern dobsonfly, Corydalus cornutus is a large insect in the Corydalidae family. It is located in the Eastern part of North America in regions with fast-flowing streams where its aquatic larvae develop. They are known as hellgrammites and a ...


Ctenophthalmus pseudagyrtes

Ctenophthalmus pseudagyrtes is a species of flea in the family Hystrichopsyllidae. It is widely distributed in North America East of the Rocky mountains, and is mostly on small mammals. In Missouri, it was recorded on the Virginia opossum, Northe ...




Dasymutilla gloriosa

Down velvet ant is a member of the genus Dasymutilla. Only females are wingless, as in other mutillids. Instead of having aposematic coloration and other mutillids, females of this species zakamuflirovanie their resemblance to the fruit of Creoso ...


Diapheromera covilleae

Diapheromera covilleae in walkingstick creosote Bush, kind of stick insect family Diapheromeridae. They are about 5 to 10 inches in length depending on gender, with large tarsal hooks at the end of each leg for superior grip with branches or othe ...



Dipetalogaster, a genus of Triatominae, the kissing bugs, only a single species, Dipetalogaster maxima, which is located in the Mexican state of Baja California sur. Initially, blood-sucking Dipetalogaster lived in a cleft in the rocks where he u ...


Dolophilodes distinctus

Dolophilodes distinctus species in the caddisfly family Philopotamidae. Larvae found in streams in Eastern North America, where they build the network-like retreats.


Ephemera guttulata

Ephemera guttulata or the Eastern green Drake is one of the species of mayfly in the Genus ephemera. The Eastern green Drake is native to the continental United States and Canada. Status of protection in organization "necessarv" rating system con ...


Epimartyria bimaculella

Epimartyria bimaculella is one of the species of butterflies belonging to the family Micropterigidae. He has been described by Davis and Landry in 2012. It is located in Northwest Washington and southern British Columbia. Length of fore wings is ...

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