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- Somatochlora walshii, the brush-tipped emerald, is a species of emerald dragonfly in the family Corduliidae. It is found in North America. The IUCN conservation...
- species Chalepus walshii: Chalepus walshi walshi (Olivier, 1792) g Chalepus walshii sayi Butte, 1968 i c g Chalepus walshii walshii (Crotch, 1873) i c...
- Ptosima walshii is a species of metallic wood-boring beetle in the family Buprestidae. It is found in North America. "Ptosima walshii Report". Integrated...
- Eucalyptus walshii is a small tree that is endemic to Victoria, Australia. It grows to between 4 and 9 metres high and has a base with box-like bark up...
- Anthophora walshii, or Walsh's anthophora, is a species of anthophorine bee in the family Apidae. It is found in North America. "Anthophora walshii Report"...
- Melanoplus walshii, known generally as the Walsh's short-wing gr****hopper or Walsh's locust, is a species of spur-throated gr****hopper in the family Acrididae...
- recognised by Leighton (1965) (A. comptonii, A. dyeri, A. nutans and A. walshii), but were given subspecific rank by Zonneveld & Duncan. As of December 2013[update]...
- breeding po****tion of the brush-tipped emerald dragonfly (Somatochlora walshii), a species not previously known to exist in Ohio. Access is by permit...
- Pilophorus walshii is a species of plant bug in the family Miridae. It is found in North America. "Pilophorus walshii Species Information". BugGuide.net...
- stretchii var. sierrae Beutenmüller, 1897 Catocala walshi (lapsus) Catocala walshii Edwards, 1864 Nelson & Loy (1983) See references in Savela (2012) Nelson...
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