Timorichthys disjunctus is a species of viviparous brotula found in the Timor Sea where it occurs at depths of around 392 metres (1,286 ft). This species grows to a length of 3.9 centimetres (1.5 in) SL.
Passalidae is a family of beetles known variously as "bessbugs", "bess beetles", "betsy beetles" or "horned passalus beetles". Nearly all of the 500-odd species are tropical; species found in North America are notable for their size, ranging from 20–43 mm, for having a single "horn" on the head, and for a form of social behavior unusual among beetles.
The patent-leather beetle or horned passalus is a saproxylic beetle in the family Passalidae which can grow to just over an inch-and-a-half long, weigh 1-2 grams and are capable of pulling 50 times their own weight. They have been used to study several aspects of general family characteristics since the early 1900s but remain a relatively unknown species within the diverse Coleoptera order.
The viviparous brotulas form a family, the Bythitidae, of ophidiiform fishes. They are known as viviparous brotulas as they generally bear live young, although there are indications that some species do not. They are generally infrequently seen, somewhat tadpole-like in overall shape and mostly about 5–10 cm (2–4 in) in length, but some species grow far larger and may surpass 60 cm (2 ft).
Phlaeothripidae is a family of thrips with hundreds of genera. They are the only extant family of the suborder Tubulifera, alongside the extinct family Rohrthripidae and are themselves ordered into two subfamilies, the Idolothripinae with 80 genera, and the Phlaeothripinae with almost 400. Some 3,400 species are recognised in this family, and many are fungivores living in the tropics.
Elonichthys is an extinct genus of prehistoric bony fish. The genus is represented by several species from Carboniferous and Permian of Europe, Greenland, South Africa, and North America.
The sweetflag spreadwing is a species of damselfly in the family Lestidae, the spreadwings. It is native to North America, especially eastern parts of Canada and the United States.
Otheostethus is a genus of beetles in the family Cerambycidae, containing the following species:
Timorichthys is a genus of viviparous brotulas so far known from the East China Sea and the Timor Sea.
Cauloramphus disjunctus is a species of small colonial bryozoan found encrusting rocks in shallow parts of the sea near Japan. Fossils of this species have been found that date back a million years.
Abacetus disjunctus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Andrewes in 1942.
Cretomerobius is an extinct genus of lacewings in the neuropteran family Hemerobiidae known from fossils found in Asia. The genus currently contains a single species, the Aptian C. disjunctus.
Tesapeus disjunctus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Tesapeus. It was described by Galileo and Martins in 2012. It is known from Costa Rica.
Lestes australis, the southern spreadwing, is a species of spreadwing in the damselfly family Lestidae. It is found in North America.
Lestes disjunctus, the northern spreadwing, is a species of spreadwing in the damselfly family Lestidae. It is found in North America.
Dysmicohermes disjunctus is a species of fishfly in the family Corydalidae. It is found in North America.
Lepidanthrax disjunctus is a species of bee flies in the family Bombyliidae.
Diorymeropsis is a genus of flower weevils in the beetle family Curculionidae. There are about 11 described species in Diorymeropsis.
Anthonomus disjunctus is a species of true weevil in the beetle family Curculionidae. It is found in North America.
Hemiconus disjunctus is an extinct species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk, in the family Conidae, the cone snails and their allies.
Latiscopus disjunctus is a small Late Triassic temnospondyl collected in 1940 by a Works Projects Administration crew working near Otis Chalk, Texas that was described by John Wilson in 1948.