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Water transportation in Connecticut


Connecticut transportation stubs


East–West Highway (New England)

The East–West Highway is a long-proposed east–west highway corridor in northern New England, intended to link remote northern communities in those states with markets in the Maritimes, Quebec, and upstate New York.


Transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Maine


Transportation buildings and structures in Maine


Rail transportation in Maine


Water transportation in Maine


Maine transportation stubs


Rotaries in Massachusetts

This is a list of rotaries in the state of Massachusetts in the United States. Intersections that are called traffic circles or roundabouts in the rest of the US are referred to as "rotaries" in Massachusetts, as well as other parts of New Englan ...


Transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts


Transportation buildings and structures in Massachusetts


Rail transportation in Massachusetts


Tunnels in Massachusetts


Water transportation in Massachusetts


Massachusetts transportation stubs


Transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire


Transportation buildings and structures in New Hampshire


Rail transportation in New Hampshire


Water transportation in New Hampshire


New Hampshire transportation stubs


Aviation in Rhode Island

Aviation in Rhode Island is the aeronautical history of that American New England state. Rhode Islands first aeronautical event was a flight by James Allen in 1856 in a hot air balloon.


Transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Rhode Island


Transportation buildings and structures in Rhode Island


Rail transportation in Rhode Island


Tunnels in Rhode Island


Water transportation in Rhode Island


Green Mountain Transit

Green Mountain Transit is the regional public transit system based in Burlington, Vermont, which was formed in 2016 through the merger of two more localized transit systems: the Chittenden County Transportation Authority and the Green Mountain Tr ...


Transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in Vermont


Transportation buildings and structures in Vermont


Rail transportation in Vermont


Tunnels in Vermont


Water transportation in Vermont


Vermont transportation stubs


Fauna of Louisiana

The fauna of the State of Louisiana is characterized by the region’s low swamplands, bayous, creeks, woodlands, coastal marshlands and beaches, and barrier islands covering an estimated 20.000 square miles. Southern Louisiana contains up to fifty ...


Texas leafcutter ant

Atta texana is a fungus-farming ant species of the genus Atta, found in Texas, Louisiana, and northeastern states of Mexico. Common names include town ant, parasol ant, fungus ant, Texas leafcutter ant, cut ant, and night ant. It harvests leaves ...


Synodus intermedius

Synodus intermedius, the common sand diver, is a species of fish in the lizardfish family, the Synodontidae, a basal ray-finned fish in the class Actinopterygii. Sand divers inhabit subtropical marine ecosystems, including sandy- bottom areas on ...



Dolania is a monotypic genus of mayfly in the family Behningiidae containing the single species Dolania americana. It is found in the southeastern United States, as far south as Florida, and is generally uncommon. The adult insects emerge before ...


Idia gopheri

Idia gopheri, the tortoise commensal noctuid moth, is a litter moth in the family Erebidae. The species was first described by J. B. Smith in 1899. It is only known from Lake Worth and Port Sewell north to Escambia and Liberty counties in Florida ...


Shortjaw lizardfish

The shortjaw lizardfish is a species of lizardfish that lives mainly in tropical waters. The shortjaw lizardfish is found on reefs around 25 – 550 meters deep. The maximum recorded length of the shortjaw lizardfish is about 45 centimeters 17.7 in ...


Smallscale lizardfish

The Smallscale lizardfish is known to live in a marine environment within a demersal range of about 6 – 460 meters. This species is most commonly found within the range of about 20 – 215 meters. The Smallscale lizardfish is native to a tropical c ...


Saddled moray eel


Orfelia fultoni

Orfelia fultoni is the only bioluminescent species of flies found in North America. It is distantly related to Arachnocampa, but their bioluminescent systems use distinct mechanisms. The larvae of the species live in stream banks among moss and r ...


Pseudanophthalmus packardi

Pseudanophthalmus packardi is a species of beetle found only in the Carter Caves of Kentucky. Individuals are blind and predatory, and remain close to underground streams in caves. They were first discovered in the X Cave in the late 1800s, but w ...


Pygmy sunfish

Elassoma is a genus of freshwater fish, the only member of family Elassomatidae and suborder Elassomatoidei of order Perciformes. The type species is E. zonatum, the banded pygmy sunfish. The Elassomatidae are known collectively as pygmy sunfishe ...


Vermilion snapper

The vermilion snapper or beeliner is a species of snapper native to the western Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina to Bermuda including the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea to Brazil. This species inhabits waters from 40 to 300 m) where they ...


Common snook

The common snook is a species of marine fish in the family Centropomidae of the order Perciformes. The common snook is also known as the sergeant fish or robalo. It was originally assigned to the sciaenid genus Sciaena; Sciaena undecimradiatus an ...


Thesprotia graminis

Thesprotia graminis, common name American grass mantis or grass-like mantis, is a species of praying mantis native to the Southern United States. It is found in Florida and Georgia. This species can reproduce parthenogenetically or through sexual ...


Xylocopa micans

Xylocopa micans, also known as the southern carpenter bee, is a species of bee within Xylocopa, the genus of carpenter bees. The southern carpenter bee can be found mainly in the coastal and gulf regions of the southeastern United States, as well ...


Freshwater fish of the Southeastern United States


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