ⓘ Category:Endemic fauna of Spain

Brachinus pateri

Brachinus pateri is a species of ground beetle in the Brachininae subfamily that is endemic to Spain. The species have 3 subspecies all of which are endemic to Spain.

Brachinus pecoudi

Brachinus pecoudi is a species of ground beetle from the Brachininae subfamily that is endemic to Spain. The species have 3 subspecies all of which are endemic to Spain.

Carabus dufouri

Carabus dufouri is a species of black-coloured beetle from family Carabidae that are endemic to Spain. It is "one of the most representative species of the Carabus to the south of the Iberian Peninsula".

Carabus lineatus lineatus

Carabus lineatus is a subspecies of beetle from family Carabidae, that is endemic to Spain. They are green coloured. The females of the subspecies are 27 millimetres long.

Carabus lusitanicus brevis

Carabus lusitanicus brevis is a subspecies of beetle in the family Carabidae that is endemic to Spain. Males are yellowish-green coloured, while females are blackish-blue.

Coleophora bazae

Coleophora bazae is a moth of the family Coleophoridae that is endemic to Spain. The larvae feed on Atriplex of Glauca. They feed on the generative organs of their host plant.

                                     

ⓘ Endemic fauna of Spain

  • species of ground beetle in the Brachininae subfamily that is endemic to Spain The species have 3 subspecies all of which are endemic to Spain Brachinus
  • species of ground beetle in the Nebriinae subfamily that is endemic to Spain The species contain 3 subspecies all of which are endemic to Spain Nebria
  • This is a list of the endemic fauna of Puerto Rico. This list is sorted in alphabetical order by the scientific name of the species, which are in parentheses
  • menori is a species of beetle in the Melolonthinae subfamily that is endemic to Spain Amphimallon menori Baguena, 1955 2.6.2. Fauna Europaea. August
  • vivesi is a species of beetle in the Melolonthinae subfamily that is endemic to Spain Amphimallon vivesi Baraud, 1967 2.6.2. Fauna Europaea. August 29
  • merzi is a species of Psocoptera from Lachesillidae family that is endemic to Spain Lachesilla merzi Lienhard, 1989 2.6.2. Fauna Europaea. August 29
  • species of ground beetle from the Brachininae subfamily that is endemic to Spain The species have 3 subspecies all of which are endemic to Spain Brachinus
  • a species of ground beetle from the Carabinae subfamily that is endemic to Spain Brachinus Brachinoaptinus baeticus Rambur, 1837 Fauna Europaea.
  • naceyroi is a species of beetle in the Melolonthinae subfamily that is endemic to Spain Amphimallon naceyroi Mulsant, 1859 2.6.2. Fauna Europaea. August
  • The fauna of Puerto Rico is similar to other island archipelago faunas with high endemism, and low, skewed taxonomic diversity. Bats are the only extant
  • deyrollei is a species of ground beetle from Carabinae subfamily that is endemic to Spain Carabus Eucarabus deyrollei Gory, 1839 Fauna Europaea. 2.6.2
                                     

Conosimus baenai

Conosimus baenai is a species of planthopper native to the Iberian Peninsula in Spain. Its coloration ranges between light yellow and greenish-yellow. Males measure about 4.1–4.4 millimeters in length while females measure about 4.7–5.0 millimeters. The species was named after Manuel Baena, a hemipterologist.

                                     

Leptynia caprai

Leptynia caprai is a species of stick insect from Heteronemiidae family which is endemic to Spain. In 1998 the species was studied by Anna Paola Bianchi and Patrizia Meliado who discovered that the species have 40 chromosomes.

                                     

Leptynia montana

Leptynia montana is a species of stick insect from Heteronemiidae family which is endemic to Spain. In 1998 the species was studied by Anna Paola Bianchi and Patrizia Meliado who discovered that the species have 40 chromosomes.