From the BBC:
Bio-rich Costa Rica’s new marvels
They were among some 5,000 plants and animals recorded by scientists from London’s Natural History Museum during three expeditions to Central America.
Two species are nocturnal, while the third is a dwarf variety, growing to little longer than a thumbnail.
The three new finds bring the number of Costa Rican salamanders known to science to a total of 43. …
USA: Researchers examine salamander populations on golf courses to improve biodiversity: here.