aureus caelum

An excerpt from the zoological text The Hunter’s Encyclopedia of Animals (First Edition).
Species – Common and Binomial Names

A

Abiorugu (Heliosaurus ridens)
Agnaktor, glacial (Osteovelum glaciale)
Agnaktor, mosaic (Osteovelum igneum)
Akantor
Akura jebia
Akura vashimu
Alatreon
Altaroth, desert (Clipeurostrum flavum arena)
Amatsu
Anorupathisu
Anteka (Toxon furcatum)
Apceros (Ankylosaurus therianopla)
Aptonoth (Parasaurolophus cristatus)
Arowana, red-finned (Osteoglossumesculentum)
Arzuros (Lapideagnatha cyana)
Astalos

B

Baelidae
Baggi (Magnaraptor somnolentus)
[†] Bajirisu
Barioth, mountain (Electodon montanus)
Barioth, sand (Electodon xeros)
Barroth, desert (Aratrum limus)
Barroth, jade (Aratrum glacies)
Baruragaru (Stercusanctum currunto)
Berukyurosu (Fengzheng lung)
Blangonga, copper (Kangmi relictus)
Blangonga, volcanic (Kangmi ardens)
Blangonga, white (Kangmi bivious)
Bnahabra (Rufacutis criiativlisens)
[†] Borudoru
Brachydios
Bulldrome (Ossispina taurus)
Burukku (Bison longicaudatus)

C

Caeserber, sylvan (Coriumasca silvatica)
Caeserber, yellow (Coriumasca oasinus)
[†] Canopus (Caelincola turbida)
Catfish, fen
Ceadeus, lunar (Deus marinus)
Ceadeus, golden (Deus marinus aureus)
Ceanataur, caelum shogun
Ceanataur, terra shogun
Cephadrome (Selacharena alata)
Chameleos
Chramine, arid (Collaripluma arida)
Chramine, blue-fringed (Collaripluma azurea)
Congalala (Flovorator altilis)

D

Dalamadur, shah
Dalamadur, supernal
Daora, garuba
Daora, kushala
Delex (Undarena navigator)
Deviljho (Daemon vorax)
Dhisufiroa (Apparentia absurda)
Diablos (Aspiceros bicornis)
Dire miralis (Pyrothalassion basileus)
Doragyurosu (Fengzheng lung xue)
Dracophage bug (Lampyris kolasiphagus)
Duramboros, mossy (Terraemotus sporaspina)
Duramboros, rust (Terraemotus desertus)
Dyuragaua (Capillatura vulpina)

E

Egyurasu (Nuntius galeatus)
Epioth, emerald (Pseudophis esmeraldus)
Erupe (Ovis alpina)
Espinas, mauve (Barbarus punctus lacteus)
Espinas, orange (Barbarus punctus aureus)
Espinas, tawny (Barbarus punctus)

F

Farunokku
Fatalis, black (Fatum noctinatum)
Fatalis, crimson (Fatum vulcanatum)
Fatalis, white (Fatum tempestanatum)
Felyne (Felis comes)
Forukururu (Anthornis elegans)
Fulgurbug (Lampyris tonans)

G

Gammoth (Calvaria villosa)
Gasurabazura
Gargwa (Theia orientalis)
Gendrome (Dromos dicornus)
Giadrome (Dromos arcticus)
Giaorugu (Heliosaurus geludens)
Gigginox, baleful (Xenostoma paralusis)
Gigginox, pale (Xenostoma aidiastiki)
Glavenus
Gobul
Gogmazios
Gogomoa
Gougarf
Gravios
Gureadomosu
Gurenzeburu (Barbarus campestris)
Gypceros, gray (Malleucaput elastomeros)
Gypceros, purple (Malleucaput atropurpureum)

H

Halk (Raptor domesticus)
Harudomerugu (Suspensio incredulitatis)
Hornetaur (Phallucephala glauca)
Hypnocatrice, iridescent
Hypnocatrice, sky-bright
Hyujikiki (Aculupa saxea)

I

[†] Igurueibisu
Inagami (Biosanapnoi carpitor)
Iodrome (Dromos rubinus)

J

Jaggi (Magnaraptor ebrius)
Jhen mohran, bellowing
Jhen mohran, hallowed

K

Kecha wacha, auburn
Kecha wacha, ash
Kelbi (Vernusecula maculata)
[†] Keputosu
Khezu, pale
Khezu, red
Kirin, lustrous (Psevdaisthisi chaetes)
Kirin, oroshi (Psevdaisthisi katabasis)
Konchu (Sphera molesta)
Kuarusepusu (Macheara crystallina)
Kusubami

L

Lagiacrus, abyssal (Heres jormungandrii abyssale)
Lagiacrus, ivory (Heres jormungandrii eboreum)
Lagiacrus, Moga (Heres jormungandrii)
Lagombi (Gastrosclodia longauriatus)
Lao-shan lung (Mons vagus)
Larinoth (Aulocephalus coronatus)
Lavasioth, metallic
Lavasioth, ruddy
Ludroth, purple (Harpaga blattea)
Ludroth, royal (Harpaga leo)

M

Maccao (Magnaraptor viridis)
Malfestio (Balatro shakespeares)
Meraginasu
Mi ru (Capillatura negra)
Midogaron (Lofiocyon erythros)
Mizutsune (Lunaflorida vulpina)
Mohran, dah’ren
Monoblos, brown (Aspiceros unicornis)
Monoblos, white (Aspiceros unicornis cinis)
Moofah (Nubes parva)
Mosswine (Pachycephalochoiros phytosumbios)

N

Naco agul
Najarala, sunspot
Najarala, tidal
Nargacuga, black (Xyrafiptera cervarius)
Nargacuga, green (Xyrafiptera cervarius glaucus)
Nargacuga, lucent (Xyrafiptera lucens)
Nerscylla, shrouded
Nerscylla, umaiar
Nibelsnarf

O

Odibatorasu
Orugaron (Lofiocyon mauros)
Osutogaroa

P

Pariapuria (Haustranguis amphibius)
Plesioth, oil-backed (Plesichthys coxa)
Plesioth, green (Plesichthys coxa viridis)
Poborubaruma (Ciccum gigasonus)
Pokaradon (Pseudopinna unguiculata)
Popo (Rhinamblys ulos)

Q

Qurupeco, verdant (Cantio sirenius)
Qurupeco, crimson (Cantio sirenius versicolor)

R

Rajang
Rath, black (Mandibulaformia obscura)
Rath, common (Mandibulaformia terribilis)
Rath, crystal (Mandibulaformia alba)
Rath, metallic (Mandibulaformia terribilis aurantia)
Rath, resplendent (Mandibulaformia terribilis resplendens)
Raviente
Rebidiora
Remobra (Metacarpium absconditum)
Rhenoplos (Monceratops petroides)
Rukodiora

S

Seltas, desert
Seltas, crag
Seregios (Redimiculum echinatum)
Shagaru magara
Shakalaka (Homo micropoda)
Shanthien
Shark, Moga
Shen gaoren
[†] Sherureusu (Squamasanguinans acuta)
Slagtoth
Slicemargl
Sunfish, coastal

T

Taikun zamuza
Tartaronis
Teostra (Mantichora excelsa)
Tetsucabra, rock-crusher
Tetsucabra, berserk
Tigrex, brute (Abinferno rex negrum)
Tigrex, mantled (Abinferno fulgur)
Tigrex, molten (Abinferno ignis)
Tigrex, striped (Abinferno rex)
Toridcless
Tuna, Moga

U

Ukanlos
Uragaan, igneous (Molafumans favilla)
Uragaan, steel (Molafumans favilla irisoma)
Uruki (Strixops barbatus)

V

Velocidrome (Dromos caeruleus)
Vespoid (Felifacies volans)
Volvidon

W

Wroggi (Magnaraptor paluster)
Wyverian (Homo dracinus)

X

Y

Yamakurai
Yamatsukami
Yian garuga (Discuvultus malevolus)
Yian kut-ku, blue (Discuvultus comoedus)
Yian kut-ku, pink (Discuvultus roseus)

Z

Zamtrios, arctic
Zamtrios, tigerstripe
Zinogre, eastern (Hoplycan orientalis)
Zinogre, stygian (Hoplycan stygius)



Species are listed alphabetically by common name, with scientific names provided in parentheses. Binomial names were sourced from online databases that provide etymologies for classic Greek and Latin roots. The binomen follow Latin and Greek declension (agreement of case, gender, and plurality) to the best of the author’s abilities, and are accordance with The International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. The list is constantly being updated with both new binomen and revisions to already-existing generic/specific epithets.

Due to some species lacking complete vernacular names (barroth, gigginox, caeserber), the author has supplemented the canonical names (desert barroth, pale gigginox, sylvan caeserber) to fix this.