Austrian-Danish research team discover as many as 22 new moth species from across Europe

Following a long-year study of the family of twirler moths, scientists have discovered a startling total of 44 new species, including as many as 22 species inhabiting various regions throughout Europe. Given that the Old Continent is the most extensively researched one, their findings pose fundamental questions about our knowledge of biodiversity.

Austrian-Danish research team discover as many as 22 new moth species from across Europe

Following a long-year study of the family of twirler moths, an Austrian-Danish research team discovered a startling total of 44 new species, including as many as 22 species inhabiting various ...

Thu 29 Nov 18 from Phys.org

A new moth

Dozens of new species revealed.

Thu 29 Nov 18 from Cosmos Magazine

Hidden biodiversity: 22 new moth species from across Europe

Following a long-year study of the family of twirler moths, scientists have discovered a startling total of 44 new species, including as many as 22 species inhabiting various regions throughout ...

Thu 29 Nov 18 from ScienceDaily

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