Batrachedra litterata

Batrachedra litterata is a species of moth in the family Batrachedridae. It is endemic to New Zealand; this species was first described in 1928 by Alfred Philpott from specimens collected by Dr A. J. Turner in Greymouth in February. George Hudson discussed and illustrated this species both in his1939 book A supplement to the butterflies and moths of New Zealand; the holotype specimen is held at the New Zealand Arthropod Collection. Philpott described this species as follows: ♀. 10–11 mm. Head and thorax whitish-ochreous. Palpi whitish-ochreous, marked with brown outwardly. Antennae ochreous annulated with brown. Legs whitish-ochreous, anterior pair infuscated, tarsi faintly annulated with paler. Forewings whitish-ochreous, darker apically, round apex black: fringes greyish-fuscous, round apex ochreous. Hindwings greyish-fuscous; this species is endemic to New Zealand. Along with its type locality of Greymouth, this species has been collected in Claverley, in Canterbury. B. litterata have been reared on the fern species Blechnum chambersii

List of Uruguayan artists

This is an incomplete list of Uruguayan artists. Orestes Acquarone and lithographer Gladys Afamado, visual artist, poet Guiscardo Améndola, painter Carmelo Arden Quin, one of the founders of the Madí movement Rodolfo Arotxarena, caricaturist Carmelo de Arzadun, painter Pablo Atchugarry, sculptor Zoma Baitler, painter Rafael Barradas, painter Eduardo Barreto, comic strip cartoonist José Belloni, sculptor Juan Manuel Blanes, painter Juan José Calandria and sculptor Luis Camnitzer, conceptual artist Carlos Capelán Rimer Cardillo José Cuneo Perinetti, painter Eladio Dieste, architect specialized in brickwork Pedro Figari, painter Antonio Frasconi, xylographist Román Fresnedo Siri, architect Haroldo González Leonilda González Alejandra González Soca José Gurvich, painter Diógenes Hequet, painter Anhelo Hernández Ríos Carlos María Herrera, painter Eloísa Ibarra, plastic artist and painter Edward Johnston and designer Diego Jourdan, comics artist Clever Lara, plastic artist, painter José Liard, muralist Hilda López, sculptor Amalia Nieto, painter and engraver Dumas Oroño Agó Páez Vilaró Carlos Páez Vilaró, painter Virginia Patrone, painter Manolita Piña, painter Amalia Polleri, artist, poet and art critic Daniel Pontet Nelson Ramos, visual artist Nelbia Romero, visual artist Hermenegildo Sábat, caricaturist Carlos Federico Sáez, painter Martin Sastre, media artist Felipe Seade, painter Alejandro Stock Silberman, painter Joaquín Torres García, painter Eduardo Vernazza, painter Petrona Viera, painter Cecilia Vignolo, visual artist Julio Vilamajó, architect Juan Fernando Vieytes Pérez, Painter Margaret Whyte, visual artist Guma Zorrilla, costume designer José Luis Zorrilla de San Martín, sculptor List of Latin American artists List of Uruguayans