Tinkerbella nana, a new species of fairyfly

Wednesday, May 1, 2013 - 07:00 in Biology & Nature

It's just about visible to the naked eye and has a name that makes you wonder if it's make-believe. Tinkerbella nana sounds like something from a fairytale, but it is a new genus and species of fairyfly, the group of tiny parasitic wasps given their name because of their delicate structure.

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