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1. Salamanders have a mostly Laurasian distribution, being present in much of the Holarctic region of the northern hemisphere.

2. The geographic origin of the Panthera is most likely northern Central Asia or the Holarctic region.

3. About 33 lumbricid species have become naturalized around the world, but the bulk of the species are in the Holarctic region: from Canada (e.g. Bimastos lawrenceae on Vancouver Island) and the United States (e.g. Eisenoides carolinensis, Eisenoides lonnbergi and most Bimastos spp.) and throughout Eurasia to Japan (e.g. Eisenia japonica, E. koreana and Helodrilus hachiojii).

4. The family consists of 151 genera spread over two subfamilies, containing in total 1370 species and 50 subspecies, most of which occur in the tropics, though there are many species in the Holarctic region as well, including over a hundred species known to occur in Europe.

5. Adalia bipunctata, the two-spot ladybird, two-spotted ladybug or two-spotted lady beetle, is a carnivorous beetle of the family Coccinellidae that is found throughout the holarctic region.

6. Eriocraniidae is a family of moths restricted to the Holarctic region, with six extant genera.

7. H. rubicundus has one of the widest natural distributions of any bee species, occurring throughout the temperate regions of the Holarctic region.

8. the greatest number occur in the Holarctic region.

9. While the former also occurs in Africa and Réunion, the latter is found in the Holarctic region and Argentina.

10. The more than 250 described species are distributed throughout the Holarctic region, with few species reaching into more southern regions.

11. Although they occur in all major regions, they seem to be most varied in the Holarctic region.

12. They occur primarily in the Holarctic Region, but several species are known from the Oriental, Neotropical, and Australasian regions.

13. They are particularly common in the holarctic region, although several occur in the drier parts of the subtropics, including dozens in Australia.

14. Sclerosomatidae are divided into several subfamilies, with Gagrellinae found in the Indo-Malayan and neotropical region, Gyinae at high elevations in the Caucasus, Alps and Nepal, Leiobuninae in the holarctic region down to Costa Rica, and Sclerosomatinae only in the Palearctic.

15. The genus occurs throughout the Holarctic region, with indigenous species in North America, Europe, and Asia.

16. The Phalangodidae are a family of harvestmen with about 30 genera and more than 100 described species, distributed in the Holarctic region.

17. The Nemouridae are a family of stoneflies containing more than 700 described species, occurring primarily in the Holarctic region.

18. They are small insects, found mainly in the Holarctic region (150 occur in Palearctic and 41 species in North America), but two or three species also live in the Afrotropical region, Central America and one in the Indomalayan region (northern India).

19. Although they are distributed worldwide most species are in the Holarctic region where there are 19 genera.

20. Most species are found in temperate climates in the Holarctic region.

21. For example, the floral diversity of what is now the Holarctic region (comprising most of the Northern Hemisphere) was mainly early members of Ginkgo, Metasequoia, Glyptostrobus, Macginitiea, Platanus, Carya, Ampelopsis, and Cercidiphyllum.

22. Common in the Holarctic region (North America, Europe, Northern Asia, and China).

23. It is known from the Holarctic Region, including all of Europe (except the Balkan Peninsula).

24. They are particularly abundant in the more arid parts of the Holarctic Region, Nearctic, Palearctic, Neotropical, Afrotropical, Oriental.

25. Stenamma is a genus of cryptic leaf-litter ants that occurs in mesic forest habitats throughout the Holarctic region, Central America, and part of northwestern South America (Colombia and Ecuador).

26. Analysis of the location of P. blytheae in relation to other Panthera species indicates that Panthera arose in Central/Northern Asia or the Holarctic region of Asia, with other pantherines migrating to Europe, Africa and the Americas.

27. The majority of Allium species are native to the Northern Hemisphere, being spread throughout the holarctic region, from dry subtropics to the boreal zone, predominantly in Asia.

28. It is widely distributed in the Holarctic region.

29. The willow sawfly is widespread in the Holarctic region and has spread to other parts of the world.

30. This genus may have a cosmopolitan distribution, but has so far been found in the holarctic region, South-East Asia, South Africa, Australasia, and Central America.