Euptychia attenboroughi. (Credit: Andrew Neild, Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London) Small, spotted and dun flash of wings in the Amazon sun. Cloaked in mystery until 2015 Euptychia attenboroughi does not mean to be seen. Plucked from tangles of jungle undergrowth to a pin-speckled board, the lepidopterist's oath. Attenborough's black-eyed satyr, a forest god, a butterfly, it doesn't really matter. Black spots spark fear when danger's near or just sow confusion, it's not quite clear. Its range is limited, the numbers may be low so keep an eye out wherever you go. Stumble across a satyr, either today or tomorrow and you've got yourself a real-life Attenborough. Find out more in ZooKeys.Bonus Attenborough Fact of the Week: A young Sir David supplied newts to his father's university for three pence. The source? A pond right behind the zoology building. Last week's Attenborough: Microleo attenboroughiClick here for the complete list of Attenboroughs.