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An unusual rare type of wood has been found in Uganda

A new species of insect has been found in the rainforests of Uganda, belonging to this rare group whose closest known relative was seen more than fifty years ago. A field scorpion called Phlogis kibalensis was discovered by a British scientist who was doing field work in a national park in western Uganda.

The species has a metallic luster and a pitted body surface. It is similar to other types of partridge, especially in the male reproductive organs, which are partly leaf-shaped. The last time an individual of the genus Phlogis was discovered in the Central African Republic was in 1969, prior to its discovery.

Field crickets are close relatives of crickets, but they are smaller in size.

They feed primarily on plant sap and are the preferred prey of invertebrates, including spiders, beetles, parasitic wasps, and birds.
This is the first time I have discovered a newly described species – Dr Alvin Helden from Ruskin University, England, said: Watchman Online portal that found species and results zotaxa Published in a magazine. “Personally, this is one of the things I wanted as a professional.

Most humans are familiar with cicadas, and the species now discovered are related to them: they all have the same general structure; Their heads are slightly higher than their backs and are quite coloured.

Newly discovered woodpecker, Phlogis kibalensisSource: Ruskin University of England / Pennsylvania

However, partridges belonging to this genus and to the wider tribe have a very unusual appearance. They are so rare that their biology is almost completely unknown to science.
We know almost nothing about Phlogis kibalensis, the new species you found, including the plants they feed on or the role they play in the local ecosystem Dr. Alvin Helden, who has been leading student trips to Kibale National Park since 2015, confirmed it, near the borders with Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

As part of this, he documented insects found in the garden while making on-site guides which also included photos of the area’s butterflies, sandpipers, and leaf beetles. I wanted to create my own introduction guide for my students to see on their phone or tablet Holden explained. – I thought it would be useful for other international groups and Ugandan students as well.

He added that there are a lot of species in the rainforest in Kibale National Park and although a list of species is available, there are few pictures of the animals. Guides can be useful for those who “want to name things”.

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