ⓘ Category:Endemic fauna of Jamaica

Allodecta

Allodecta is a monotypic genus of jumping spiders containing the single species, Allodecta maxillaris. It was first described by E. B. Bryant in 1950, and is only found on the Greater Antilles.

Caribattus

Caribattus is a monotypic genus of jumping spiders containing the single species, Caribattus inutilis. It was first described by E. B. Bryant in 1950, and is only found on the Greater Antilles. The name is derived from "Caribbean", and -attus, a common suffix for salticid genera. The species name inutilis is Latin for "useless".

Diplodira jamaicalis

Diplodira is a monotypic moth genus in the family Erebidae. Its only species, Diplodira jamaicalis, is endemic to Jamaica. Both the genus and the species were first described by William Schaus in 1916.

Eugamandus jamaicensis

Eugamandus jamaicensis is a species of longhorn beetles of the subfamily Lamiinae. It was described by Vitali in 2003, and is known from Jamaica, from which its species epithet is derived.

Jamaican giant anole

Anolis garmani, the Jamaican giant anole, also known as the Jamaican crested anole, is a species of anole, a lizard in the family Dactyloidae. The species is endemic to Jamaica, but has been introduced to Florida.

Papilio thersites

Papilio thersites, the Thersites swallowtail or false Androgeus swallowtail, is a butterfly of the family Papilionidae. It is endemic to Jamaica. P. thersites F. is similar to the well known P. lycophron Hbn. In the male the yellow band on the forewing is very broad and the cell-spot very large. In the female the forewing has a curved yellow band. - Jamaica. The larva like that of P.lycophron.