9 Times Scientists Named Newly Discovered Species after Musicians.

Everybody loves music, and probably has a favourite band or singer, but when scientists are obsessed with a singer or a band, and happen to discover a species that maybe has some kind of resemblance to their idol; golden-haired flies are named Scaptia Beyonceae. However, not always they need to search for reasons and similarities between a musician and their discovery. They can just name something Bumba Lennoni because they love the Beatles.

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