Entomologist Jose Fernandez-Triana, pictured here with a wasp trap, has identified a new species which was collected more than three decades ago. The Keylimepie peckorum is the first new wasp of its kind to be identified in more than four decades.
Entomologist Jose Fernandez-Triana, pictured here with a wasp trap, has identified a new species which was collected more than three decades ago. The Keylimepie peckorum is the first new wasp of its kind to be identified in more than four decades. Jose Fernandez-Triana Courtesy of
Entomologist Jose Fernandez-Triana, pictured here with a wasp trap, has identified a new species which was collected more than three decades ago. The Keylimepie peckorum is the first new wasp of its kind to be identified in more than four decades. Jose Fernandez-Triana Courtesy of

New Keys wasp found, but is it already too late?

May 13, 2016 07:00 AM

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