ⓘ Category:Fauna of the Comoros

Antherina

Antherina is a monotypic moth genus in the family Saturniidae erected by William Elford Leach in 1815. Its only species, Antherina suraka, the Suraka silk moth, was first described by Jean Baptiste Boisduval in 1883. It is found on Madagascar and Mayotte.

Batocnema coquerelii

Batocnema coquerelii is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is known from Madagascar, the Aldabra Islands and the Comoro Islands. It is similar to Batocnema africanus, but the general pattern comprises a much better developed series of bands and patches. The forewing upperside has six, rather than two, conspicuous costal patches and stripes, the most apical of which is small, triangular and subapical.

Callixena versicolora

Callixena versicolora is a moth of the family Noctuidae. The species can be found in Africa, where it is known from Ghana, Nigeria, Congo, Malawi, Kenya, South Africa, Comoros, Madagascar and La Reunion. This species has a wingspan from 29 to 40mm.

Chiasmia normata

Chiasmia normata is a moth in the family Geometridae first described by Francis Walker in 1861. It is found throughout of subtropical Africa and Asia, from India, Japan, Taiwan, Sri Lanka. to the Philippines and in Australia. Its host plant is Elaeagnus umbellata.

                                     

ⓘ Fauna of the Comoros

  • been found. The mammalian diversity of the Comoros like most other young volcanic islands, is restricted to marine mammals and bats. Comoros biodiversity
  • The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Comoros Comoros sovereign island nation located in the Indian Ocean off the
  • 12.167 44.250 The Comoros archipelago consists of four main islands aligned along a northwest - southeast axis at the north end of the Mozambique Channel
  • taken from the Comoros Islands in the Indian Ocean, at a depth of 400 m. The Comoro catshark is not well - documented. The reproduction of this catshark
  • The Comoro Islands or Comoros Shikomori Komori Arabic: جزر القمر Juzur al - Qomor French: Les Comores form an archipelago of volcanic islands situated
  • The Comoro rousette Rousettus obliviosus is a species of megabat in the family Pteropodidae endemic to the Comoros Islands. Its natural habitats are
  • The Comoro friar Amauris comorana is a species of nymphalid butterfly in the Danainae subfamily. It is endemic to the Comoros where it is only found
  • franc. The first series showed local landscapes. Aquatic fauna and flora of the Comoros traditions, arts and crafts constituted the most part of the philatelic
  • organization called Action Comoros initiated this action plan. Action Comoros developed an environmental education program, the main goals of which were to raise
  • Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Comoros On the fauna of the plume moths Lepidoptera, Pterophoridae of KwaZulu Natal province South - African
  • the fauna are similar to Madagascar, although there are more than 500 species of plants endemic to the Comoros The two larger islands Grand Comoro and
  • endemic to the island of Grand Comoro in the Comoros where it inhabits forest on the slopes of Mount Karthala. The scientific name commemorates the French