ⓘ Category:Arthropods of Colombia

Alcaeorrhynchus grandis

The Alcaeorrhynchus grandis is a genus species of the family Pentatomidae. Also known as Giant Strong-nosed Stink Bug, the Alcaeorrhynchus grandis can be found through Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, and the southern United States.

Atrypanius conspersus

Atrypanius conspersus is a species of longhorn beetle of the subfamily Lamiinae. It was described by Ernst Friedrich Germar in 1824 and is known from Mexico to Panama, as well as southern Amer and Bolivia. It also inhabits woodlands of Upper Amazons and capital of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro.

Atrypanius implexus

Atrypanius implexus is a species of longhorn beetles of the subfamily Lamiinae. It was described by Wilhelm Ferdinand Erichson in 1847, and is known from Mexico to Panama, Ecuador, Brazil, French Guiana, and Bolivia.

Batus barbicornis

Batus tuberculicollis Chabrillac Aurivillius 1912. Cerambyx speciosus Voet, 1778. Lophocerus barbatus Chenu, 1870. Lophonocerus barbicornis Linnaeus Guerin-Meneville 1831. Lophonocerus tuberculicollis Chabrillac, 1857. Lophonocerus hirticornis Blanchard, 1849. Cerambyx guianus Goeze, 1777. Cerambyx barbicornis Linnaeus, 1764. Batus barbicornis itaitubensis Tippmann, 1953.

Colombian lesserblack tarantula

The Colombian lesserblack tarantula is a tarantula originating from Colombia. It is a relatively large spider with a body length reaching 6–7 cm, and frequently displays a commensal or mutualistic relationship with the Microhylid Frog Chiasmocleis ventrimaculata.

Pamphobeteus nigricolor

Pamphobeteus nigricolor is a large species of tarantula found in Colombia and Brazil. First described in 1875 by Anton Ausserer as Lasiodora nigricolor, in 1901 Reginald Innes Pocock moved it to the new genus Pamphobeteus, and designated it as the genuss type species.


ⓘ Arthropods of Colombia

  • and the Caribbean, where it preys on a wide variety of animals, including other sizable arthropods amphibians, mammals and reptiles. It is naturally found
  • Colombia is the country with the second - highest biodiversity in the world, behind Brazil. As of 2016, 56, 343 species are registered in Colombia of which
  • mimicking the motion of the wind over a leaf. To catch prey, they use a sit and wait strategy, feeding on a large variety of arthropods Larger individuals
  • A large number of arthropods are associated with sloths. These include biting and blood - sucking flies such as mosquitoes and sandflies, triatomine bugs
  • Paleontology portal History of science portal This list of fossil arthropods described in 2012 is a list of new taxa of trilobites, fossil insects, crustaceans
  • Stormtropis is a genus of Colombian baldlegged spiders first described by C. Perafan, W. Galvis Fernando Perez - Miles in 2019. The genus name is in reference
  • This is where it spends its time foraging for arthropods and nectar via traplining like the diet of most if not all hummingbirds. It thrives in elevations
  • have a diet consisting of arthropods and nectar. P. g. griseogularis Gould, 1851 W of Andes in Colombia E Andes from Colombia S to N Peru San Martin
  • calceola is a species of aquatic bug first found in Altaquer, Rio Ñambi, Nariño, Colombia Padilla - Gil, Dora N. 2011 Ten new species of Rhagovelia in the
  • the carapace of L. cipadi, suppose a potential source of food for its durophagous diet adaptation which could have also included arthropods as for example
  • Lower Llanvim age. These arthropods were a low - level epifauna, fast - moving and detritivore. Ordovician of Australia, China, Colombia Serrania de la Macarena