When we hear about an exciting, newly-discovered species, it usually doesn't come as much of a surprise that somebody never found it before.
After all, such species are usually traced to remote islands found on the other side of the world. And although we can see essentially any part of our world via satellite, it's not as if those satellites can look closely enough to pick out an unusual bug flitting around.
Still, the joys of discovery and the unravelling of the secrets that the world has been hiding from us all along can occur in our own backyards, too.
And today, that's especially true for those of you living in Florida because the same little creature has been at the center of two major discoveries there over the last decade.