Pelegrina galathea, commonly known as the peppered jumper, is a species of jumping spider. It is endemic to North America, occurring from Canada to Costa Rica. It is normally found in sunlit, grassy areas.
The wingspan is about 30 mm. The forewings are dark purplish-fuscous with a small irregular pale ochreous-yellow spot at the base and two irregular whitish-ochreous transverse fasciae, dilated towards the costa and becoming deep ochreous-yellow on the costal edge, at about two-fifths and four-fifths. The hindwings are rather dark grey.
A loading dock or loading bay is an area of a building where goods vehicles (usually road or rail) are loaded and unloaded. They are commonly found on commercial and industrial buildings, andwarehouses in particular.
Loading docks may be exterior, flush with the building envelope, or fully enclosed. They are part of a facility’s service or utility infrastructure, typically providing direct access to staging areas, storage rooms, and freight elevators.
The black-billed cuckoo (Coccyzus erythropthalmus) is a New World species in the Cuculidae(cuckoo) family. It is very similar and overlaps in range with the closely related yellow-billed cuckoo. A distinguishing characteristic of family Cuculidae is laying eggs in the nests of other birds. Although many cuckoos are obligate brood parasites, C. erythropthalmus often incubate their own chicks.