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Aptostichus stephencolberti

A species of insect bearing Colberti as its last name is named after Stephen Colbert. The following insects are liberating the hives, webs, and hills of the insect world:

Diamphipnoa colberti[edit | edit source]

A stonefly known for abnormally large dorsal, bifurcate, and slightly expanded epiproct apex. When you think of stones, you think of rocks, and when you think of abnormally large rocks, you think of Stephen.

Aptostichus stephencolberti[edit | edit source]

A spider known for its ability to kill the sissy spider named after Neil Young. It's mating hooks are so large that they can't be shown on family TV.

Aptostichus stephencolberti (ap-TAS’-tih-kus Sti-vn Kole-ˈber-é) is a rather large-balled species of trapdoor spider named by Dr. Jason Bond after spider-enthusiast Dr. Stephen T. Colbert, D.F.A.Episode #432. It is also the most Patriotic of all trapdoor spiders, well known for marching in parades to Support Our Troops from Big Sur to San Francisco.

Not Colberti[edit | edit source]

No preying mantises are named after Stephen. They are named after the unknown lifeform that has attached itself to Sean Hannity.

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