Frogs, sex and la(r)va
The Quito rocket frog (Hyloxalus jacobuspetersi) disappeared before it even got a name. It was first described for science in 1991,Read more.
From saddle cover to media sensation: the story of the yellow-tailed woolly monkey
During his famous 5 year-long expedition to Latin America (1799-1804), Alexander von Humboldt collected, together with his naturalist partner, AiméRead more.
Un-masking the true identity of the Tasman Booby
Remote volcanic islands, ancient bones, scientists and a species brought back from the dead. It might sound like a JurassicRead more.
Now you see it, now you don’t: the troubled tale of the estuarine pipefish
The estuarine pipefish, has been playing a frightening game of hide-and-seek for decades. Not only was this pipefish thought toRead more.
Finding inspiration in rediscovery
I love what I do. I’ve been a naturalist since childhood, and I was lucky enough to grow up inRead more.
On the path of the Spreadwing
We were threading on a narrow foot path, running across a rainforest leading to the Adam’s Peak mountain, the mostRead more.
Searching for the Santa Marta Toro: A tale of a Roach & a Rat
Off the coast of northern Colombia lies a formidable mountain, which towers over the small Caribbean city of Santa Marta.Read more.
Meet the Lost & Found team: Sam Needs
Sam Needs is a Welsh writer with a Master’s in Creative Writing from Aberystwyth University. He is currently based inRead more.
Searching for the Southern Sea Otter
This is an oldie but goodie for the Lost and Found archives. In a letter dated February 2nd, 1915 toRead more.
Worth losing a finger for: the Anatolian meadow viper
The Anatolian meadow viper was always an enigmatic species. It belongs to the same group as many widespread vipers, suchRead more.
Meet the Lost & Found team: Amy Gallagher
Amy Gallagher (also known as Amiluu) is a UK based freelance illustrator, greeting card designer, and comic artist. Her styleRead more.
Lost and Found
Loss, decline and extinction: some of the most common topics of conversation in the more than 15 years that weRead more.