Scientists discover new genus and species of fairyfly, Tinkerbella nana

By The Christian Science Monitor
Friday, April 26, 2013 7:33 EDT
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This image shows a female Tinkerbella nana. The Scale line = 100 μm. Credit- John T. Huber
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This microscope image shows a dried Tinkerbella nana, a species of fairyfly. The scale line is equal to 100 micrometers, the average width of a human hair. (John T. Huber) A pair of scientists have discovered a new species of tiny insect, a miniscule wasp that lives in the forests of Costa Rica. Named…

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