Scientists have discovered a new species of wasp for four years, but it took about four years to identify it as it emerges from its shelter for only two days.
It likes to live in the willows, or under the leaves, or in the flowers. Even in Bihar, it does not waste a single moment and goes out for a few days to mate and lay eggs and die.
That’s why it took scientists four years to see it, despite its proximity to the tree. Secondly, its life span is also very short. That’s why scientists at Rice University have confirmed years later that it is a new species.
Now this one millimeter-sized swarm has been dubbed the ‘Neurotraiser Valhala’. This cheek belongs to Wasp, of which 1000 species have been discovered so far and this is a new addition in this regard. In 2018, Professor Pedro Brandau Dias saw a glimpse of her, whose legs were unusually long. They thought it might be a new kind of sheep.
Then in 2019, Florida experts caught a flock and took a genetic test. It turns out that this is a new species but only goes out for two or three days in its life. Secondly, due to its small size, it is very difficult to see and research.