Forbes renia is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found in the United States from the Delaware Bay region of New Jersey, southward into Gulf states. There are two generations per year in most of its range. The larvae feed on organic matter, including dead leaves.
Tripteroides sp. No. 2 is a species of mosquito in the genus Tripteroides which has not yet been formally named. It is endemic to Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. T. sp. No. 2 is placed in the subgenus Rachionotomyia. In its larval stage, T. sp. No. 2 develops in the pitchers of Nepenthes species, especially N. rajah. As such, it is considered a nepenthebiont.