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Ahead of his swearing-in as the 45th President of U.S., a new endangered species of moth has been named in honour of Donald Trump by scientists because the insect shares his hairstyle.
The new moth, officially described as Neopalpa donaldtrumpi, stands out with yellowish-white scales present on the head in adults.
The fame around the new moth will successfully point to the critical need for further conservation efforts for fragile areas such as habitat of new species.
Mr. Trump, 70, will be sworn-in as the 45th US President on January 20.
Mr. Trump’s flying namesake has been announced only a month following the recently described species of basslet named after Barack Obama.
The fish is only known from coral reefs in the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, Northwestern Hawaii, a nature reserve which the 44th President of US expanded to become largest protected marine area in world.
The discovery of this distinct micro-moth in the densely populated and otherwise zoologically well-studied southern California underscores the importance of conservation of the fragile habitats that still contain undescribed and threatened species, and highlights the paucity of interest in species-level taxonomy of smaller faunal elements in North America.