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Donald Trump to share a similar name with a Moth.

US elected presidential candidate Donald Trump is to share a similar name with a Moth as the scientist believe that Trump hairstyle match with the Moth.As per reports biologist, Vazrick Nazari from Canada has found it amusing to see the similarity of the scales present on the head of the moth with the hair styles of Trump.Officially the name given to the Moth is Neopalpa donaldtrumpi,which means yellowish white scales present on the head of an adult.

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Nazari after going through the brought specimen in the museum of the Entomology which falls under the University of California finds no match with the previously known species.After cross-matching with other institution, he has confirmed the new discovery of Moth naming Neopalpa donaldtrumpi, second species of genus twirler moths.Both the species share same habitats and way of living spreading over the states of California, U SA.Earlier 44th USA president Barack Obama’s name was given to species of basselet, a fish only known from coral reefs in the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument,which was later expanded to be the largest marine area in the world.

While giving the name of president Nazari believed that this might bring attention to the people as many moths are becoming endanger in densely populated area and this might bring hope in bringing people together and spread awareness in the conservation of the species that are on the verge of extinction.The research was published in the journal Zookeys.

source:dnaindia.com
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