Three new species have been found at the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in the central province of Quang Binh, according to the park’s management board.

This is the result of surveys conducted by Vietnam’s National Institute of Ecology and Natural Resources, the Paris National Museum of Natural History, the Sinica Institute (Taiwan-China), the Swedish Royal Museum of Natural History.

The finding includes a new species of scorpion (Vietbocap canhi sp.n), a new species of begonia (Begonia Vietnamensis) and limestone tailorbird (phylloscopus calciatilis)./.