ⓘ Category:Fauna of Madagascar


Agallidwipa pauliana Evans, 1954 Agallidwipa biramosa Viraktamath & Gonçalves, 2013 Agallidwipa webbi Viraktamath & Gonçalves, 2013 Agallidwipa bispinosa Viraktamath & Gonçalves, 2013

Apamea griveaudi

Apamea griveaudi is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found in northern Madagascar. Its wingspan ranges from 40 to 55 mm, and the length of the forewings is 19.5 to 27 mm.


The Catalogue of Life and FLOW list: Belbina falleni Stål, 1863 - type species Belbina bourgoini Constant, 2014 Belbina blotei Lallemand, 1959 Belbina foliaceae Lallemand, 1959 Belbina madagascariensis Westwood, 1851 Belbina pionneaui Lallemand, 1922 Belbina vicina Belbina bergrothi Schmidt, 1911 Belbina minuta Lallemand, 1922 Belbina servillei Spinola, 1839 Belbina laetitiae Constant, 2014 Belbina lambertoni Lallemand, 1922 Belbina recurva Lallemand, 1950

Boraha mouse lemur

Boraha mouse lemur is a species of mouse lemur described in 2016 from Madagascar. It was discovered by a team of researchers at the German Primate Center. It was initially discovered among closely related species such as Madame Berthes mouse lemur, Microcebus manitatra, and Ganzhorns mouse lemur. Morphological similarity made it impossible to identify them as distinct species. A genetic study was done in collaboration with scientists at the University of Kentucky, the Duke Lemur Center and the University of Antananarivo in Madagascar. The mtDNA sequencing revealed that the species was uniq ...


Egertonia is an extinct genus of prehistoric bony fish. The earliest occurrences of the genus in the fossil record are from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar and India.


ⓘ Fauna of Madagascar

  • The fauna of Madagascar is a part of the wildlife of Madagascar Madagascar has been an isolated island for about 70 million years, breaking away from
  • Madagascar National parks of Madagascar Wildlife of Madagascar Fauna of Madagascar Birds of Madagascar Mammals of Madagascar Landforms of Madagascar Glaciers
  • Madagascar logo. Madagascar s varied fauna and flora are endangered by human activity. Since the arrival of humans around 2, 350 years ago, Madagascar
  • data deficient or not evaluated. All of the critically endangered species are lemurs. The mammalian fauna of Madagascar is highly distinctive and largely
  • habitats harbour a rich fauna and flora with high levels of endemism, but most ecoregions suffer from habitat loss. Madagascar belongs to the Afrotropical
  • The Madagascar Fauna and Flora Group or MFG is an international consortium of zoos and other conservation agencies which pool resources to help conserve
  • The Madagascan big - headed turtle Erymnochelys madagascariensis is a turtle native to the waters of permanent slow moving rivers and lakes in western
  • Madagascar nightjar Madagascar Aldabra Madagascar black swift Madagascar Comoros Madagascar spine - tailed swift Madagascar Comoros Madagascar
  • The Madagascar hissing cockroach Gromphadorhina portentosa also known as the hissing cockroach or simply hisser, is one of the largest species of cockroach
  • The Madagascan pochard or Madagascar pochard Aythya innotata Malagasy: Fotsy maso, Onjo is an extremely rare diving duck of the genus Aythya. Thought
  • non - marine molluscs of Madagascar are a part of the molluscan fauna of Madagascar wildlife of Madagascar In tropical rainforests of Madagascar there is high
  • Madagascar ˌmædəˈɡæskər, - kɑːr Malagasy: Madagasikara officially the Republic of Madagascar Malagasy: Repoblikan i Madagasikara Malagasy