Photos: New species discovered

Photos: New species discovered

Summary: Scientists stumble upon dozens of new species of frogs, butterflies and plants in the mountains of a remote province in Indonesia.

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  • Bog

    An aerial view of the bog that was the base site for the expedition.

  • Golden-fronted bowerbird

    The first photographic record of the Golden-fronted bowerbird (Amblyornis flavifrons), taken during the 2005 expedition.

  • Smoky honeyeater

    The first photographic record of a new species of smoky honeyeater, discovered on the Conservation International Rapid Assessment Program expedition. This is the first new bird species discovered in New Guinea in more than 60 years.

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