Tahiti crawling with new beetle species

08/15/2013 | LiveScience.com

A bevy of beetle species has been identified in Tahiti, which is home to a wide array of insects. Entomologists working for a month to update the island's species classifications cataloged more than 40 new kinds of beetles, and expect to find more. "Given the amount of time we had, we did quite well," said Cornell University's Jim Liebherr, who led the beetle study. "Did we finish? Absolutely no way."

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