Snellen van Vollenhoven, 1871
Tmesisternus isabellae is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Snellen van Vollenhoven in 1871. It is known from Papua New Guinea and Indonesia.
The Isabela oriole is a species of the oriole family endemic to Luzon in the Philippines. The bird was presumed to be extinct for many years until its rediscovery in December 1993 near Diffun, Quirino, and in Mansarong, Baggao, Cagayan in September 1994. Additional sightings were made in 2004 near San Mariano, Isabela.
Actias selene, the Indian moon moth or Indian luna moth, is a species of saturniid moth from Asia. It was first described by Jacob Hübner in 1807. This species is popular among amateur entomologists and is often reared from eggs or cocoons that are available from commercial sources. They fly mainly at night.
Graellsia isabellae, the Spanish moon moth, is in the silkmoth family Saturniidae. It is the only species in the monotypic genus Graellsia. The species was first described by Mariano de la Paz Graells y de la Agüera in 1849 and the genus was erected by Augustus Radcliffe Grote in 1896.
The gorgeted puffleg is a hummingbird endemic to Colombia. This species was discovered in 2005, and confirmed as a new species to science in 2007. It faces the risk of extinction, and therefore a status of Critically Endangered has been recommended. The only known habitat is the cloud forests of the Serranía del Pinche, in the West Andes. The habitat is threatened by clearing forest for agriculture, especially coca farming.
The mountain robin-chat is a species of bird in the family Muscicapidae.
The white-browed purpletuft is a small South American species of bird in the family Tityridae. It has traditionally been placed in the cotinga family, but evidence strongly suggest it is better placed in Tityridae, where now placed by SACC. It is found in the canopy of the western and southern Amazon Rainforest.
The forest shrews are the members of the genus Sylvisorex. They are mammals in the family Soricidae and are found only in Africa. The genus name comes from the Latin world "silva" which means "forest" and "sorex", which means "shrew-mouse". This reflects the nature of these shrews, which prefer forest habitats. All shrews are carnivorous, and eat continually to satisfy their high metabolic rate.
The Bioko forest shrew or Isabella's shrew is a species of mammal in the family Soricidae found in Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forest and subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Lycia is a genus of moths in the family Geometridae.
Tmesisternini is a tribe of beetles in the subfamily Lamiinae containing the following genera:
Tmesisternus is a genus of longhorn beetles belonging to the family Cerambycidae, subfamily Lamiinae.
Pseudolasius isabellae is a species of ant in the subfamily Formicinae. It is found in Sri Lanka and Indonesia.
Camponotus isabellae is a species of carpenter ant. It is found in Sri Lanka.
Tmesisternus agriloides is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Francis Polkinghorne Pascoe in 1867.
Tmesisternus distinctus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Jean Baptiste Boisduval in 1835.
Tmesisternus jaspideus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Jean Baptiste Boisduval in 1835.
Tmesisternus schaumii is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Francis Polkinghorne Pascoe in 1867. It is known from Moluccas, Australia, and the Solomon Islands.
Tmesisternus venatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by James Thomson in 1864.
Austroargiolestes isabellae is a species of Australian damselfly in the family Megapodagrionidae, commonly known as a Sydney flatwing. Endemic to the Sydney district, it inhabits streams and boggy areas.
Parajapyx isabellae is a species of two-pronged bristletail in the family Parajapygidae. It is found in Africa, Europe and Northern Asia, North America, Oceania, South America, and Southern Asia.