List of common African birds and reptiles?

Can someone please give me a list of all common African birds and reptiles?

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  • 9 years ago
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    Little Bee-eater 1

    Red and Yellow Barbet

    Red-billed Hornbill

    Black-chested Snake Eagle

    Dark Chanting Goshawk

    Eastern Pale Chanting Goshawk 1

    Eastern Pale Chanting Goshawk 2

    Striped Kingfisher

    Maasai Ostrich

    Maasai Ostriches

    White-bellied Go-away Bird

    Spotted Thick-knee

    Immature Steppe-eagle

    Spur-winged Plover

    Little Bee-eater 2

    White-fronted Bee-eater

    Saddle-billed Stork

    Superb Starling

    Black-bellied Bustard Singing

    Crowned Crane

    Crowned Crane, Wings Up

    Grey-backed Fiscal

    Lesser Flamigoes

    Crowned Plover

    Secretary Bird Eating Snake

    Kori Bustard

    Yellow-billed Stork

    Baglafecht Weaver

    INSECTS“Log cabin” bag moth (Undescribed species)

    American cockroach (Periplaneta americana)

    Ants (Formicidae)

    Aphids/greenfly (Aphididae)

    Aphids/greenfly damage (Aphididae)

    Asian paper wasp (Polistes chinensis)

    Asian paper wasp nest (Polistes chinensis)

    Assassin bug (Stenolemus fraterculus)

    Australian bag moth (Cebysa leucotelus)

    Australian bag moth pupa (Cebysa leucotelus)

    Avondale spider (Delena cancerides)

    Backswimmer (Anisops wakefieldi)

    Bamboo moth (Artona martini)

    Banana moth (Antichloris viridis)

    Banana moth pupa (Antichloris viridis)

    Banded tunnelweb spider (Hexathele hochstetteri)

    Bed bug (Cimex lectularius)

    Black cockroach (Platyzosteria novaeseelandiae)

    Black tunnelweb spider (Porrhothele antipodiana)

    Black–headed jumping spider (Trite planiceps)

    Blister caused by Lax beetle (Parisopalpus nigronotatus)

    Blowflies (Calliphoridae)

    Blue Moon butterfly (Hypolimnas bolina nerina)

    Booklice/psocids (Liposcelis divinatorius)

    Bronze beetle (Eucolaspis brunnea)

    Bronze beetle damage (Eucolaspis brunnea)

    Brown garden snail (Cantareus aspersus)

    Brown house moth (Hofmannophila pseudospretella)

    Bumble bees (Bombus sp.)

    Burnished brass moth (Thysanoplusia orichalcea)

    Burnt Pine longhorn (Arhopalus tristis)

    Cabbage tree caterpillar (Epiphryne verriculata)

    Cabbage tree leaf damage (Epiphryne verriculata)

    Cabbage tree moth (Epiphryne verriculata)

    Cabbage white caterpillar (Pieris rapae)

    Carpet beetle (Anthrenus verbasci)

    Carpet beetle larva (Dermestidae)

    Caterpillar of Bamboo moth (Artona martini)

    Caterpillar of Cinnabar Moth (Tyria jacobaeae)

    Caterpillar of North Island Lichen Moth (Declana atronivea)

    Cattle tick (Haemaphysalis longicornis)

    Cave Weta (Gymnoplectron acanthocerum)

    Chorus cicada (Amphipsalta zelandica)

    Cicada damage (Cicadidae)

    Cicada eggs (Cicadidae)

    Cicada nymph (Cicadidae)

    Cinnabar Moth (Tyria jacobaeae)

    Click beetle (Conoderus exsul)

    Clothes moth (Tinea spp.)

    Codling moth (Cydia pomonella)

    Common bag moth (Liothula omnivora)

    Common bag moth larva (Liothula omnivora)

    Common Blue Butterfly (Zizina otis labradus)

    Copper Butterfly (Lycaena salustius)

    Crane fly/Daddy long legs (Leptotarsus sp.)

    Cricket (Teleogryllus commodus)

    Daddy longlegs spider (Pholcus phalangioides)

    Damselfly (Suborder Zygoptera)

    Desjardin’s beetle (Cryptamorpha desjardinsi)

    Dew–drop spider (Argyrodes antipodiana)

    Dried fruit moth (Ephestia cautella)

    Dried fruit moth caterpillar (Ephestia cautella)

    Drugstore beetle (Stegobium paniceum)

    Earwig (Anisolabis littorea)

    Eucalypt longhorn beetle (Phoracantha semipunctata)

    European earwig (Forficula auricularia)

    False katipo spider (Steatoda capensis)

    Field Grasshopper (long antennae) (Conocephalus species)

    Flatworms (Platyhelminthes)

    For complete list, read the second link


  • ?
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    Africa's Birds:

    Africa's Reptiles:

    EDIT: @AnimalKingdom This questionnaire asked about giving a list of the common African Birds and "REPTILES!" not Insects/Invertebrates, but to the person who asked this question just look at the link i've offered you or type it in on Google and your bound to get multiple sources that'll help you out.

    Source(s): Good Luck!
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