New Species in the Old World

Stenosis austini and Parabathyscia raffaldii

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You don’t always have to venture into the heart of a rain forest to discover a new species. Sometimes all you have to do is look more closely, right where you are. In Europe, experts and enthusiasts alike are looking high and low, from alpine meadows to underground caves, in search of Old World species new to science. Ari Daniel Shapiro reports from France.

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