New Species of Forcepfly

Meet the forcepfly Austromerope brasiliensis, a newly discovered species (and only third known example in the family) that got its name from its hind claspers that look like a pair of huge forceps. You'd be surprised to know that those are large genital forceps used by males to, uh, secure the females during mating: Link


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