There Have Been 71 New Species Discovered By Scientists In 2019, Take A Look At Some Of Them (25 pics)

Posted in ANIMALS       11 Dec 2019       2950       3

Siphamia Arnazae

The cat-eyed cardinalfish, is a new species of cardinalfish from Papua New Guinea

 

Cirrhilabrus Wakanda

The Vibranium fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus wakanda) is a species of fairy wrasse from the Western Indian Ocean

 

Cordylus Phonolithos

Cordylus phonolithos is a new species of girdled lizard from southwestern Angola

 

Tomiyamichthys Emilyae

Tomiyamichthys emilyae is a new species of shrimpgoby (Gobiidae) from North Sulawesi, Indonesia

 

Chromoplexaura Cordellbankensis

Chromoplexaura cordellbankensis is a new species of deep-sea coral, first spotted by Williams 50 miles northwest of San Francisco in the Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary

 

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Nucras Aurantiaca

Nucras aurantiaca is a wall lizard found in South Africa

 

Janolus Tricellarioides

Janolus Tricellarioides is a sea slug found in the Philippines

 

Justicia Alanae

Justicia alanae is a new species of flowering plant from Mexico

 

Ecsenius Springeri

Ecsenius springeri is a new species of blenny

 

Eviota Gunawanae

Eviota Gunawanae is a new microendemic dwarfgoby from the Fakfak Peninsula, West Papua, Indonesia

 

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Lola Konavoka

Lola Konavoka is a new species of cave-obligate harvestman

 

Dipturus Lamillai

Dipturus lamillai is a long-snout skate from the Falkland Islands

 

Protoptilum Nybakkeni

Protoptilum Nybakkeni is a new species of coral

 

Hoplolatilus Andamanensis

Hoplolatilus andamanensis, a new species of sand tilefish from the Andaman Islands

 

Trimma Putrai

Trimma putrai is a new species of goby from western Indonesia

 

Cinetomorpha Sur

This is a species of spiders araneomorph the family of oonopidae. This species is found in Mexico, Baja California Sur and Baja California on Ángel de la Guarda

 

Trembleya Altoparaisensis

Trembleya altoparaisensis is a plant with white flowers found in Brazil's Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park's canyons

 

Vanderhorstia Dawnarnallae

Vanderhorstia dawnarnallae is a new species of shrimp goby recently discovered in the far eastern reaches of Indonesia also known as West Papua

 

Gravesia Serratifolia

Gravesia serratifolia is a flowering plant found only in Madagascar's Marojejy National Park

 

Myrmecicultor Chihuahuensis

Myrmecicultor chihuahuensis is an ant-loving spider family from the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico

 

Janolus Incrustans

This new slug species is known only from the Marshall Islands and Indonesia

 

Liopropoma Incandescens

Liopropoma incandescens is a new species of basslet fish

 

Janolus Flavoannulata

Janolus flavoanulatus is a sea slug found in the Philippines

 

Chromis Bowesi

Chromis bowesi is a species of damselfish. This species was first described in 2019 by Luiz A. Rocha and colleagues discovered and known from Verde Island, Batangas Bay and Puerto Galera Bay, in the Philippines

 

Madrella Amphora

Madrella amphora is a sea slug that mimics snail eggs as a way to hide from would-be predators



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Mushroom 7 month s ago
#25... You would think SNAIL EGGS or any egg for that matter would be the last thing any sea living creature wish to emulate
       
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Cream 7 month s ago
No one said evolution was going in the right direction lol
       
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Forget 7 month s ago
fun fact: Snail eggs are covered in a sticky, unpleasant-tasting, jelly-like substance that keeps the eggs together and acts as a deterrent for predators. It would be a pretty safe place to hide, actually.
       
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