A new species of beetle with a heart-shaped leg joint has been discovered in Belize - perfectly timed for Valentine's Day.
The mysterious Ivierhipidius is believed to only think about one thing too: mating.
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Author of a study on the beetles, Max Barclay, says: "All of the specimens so far have been male. We have yet to see a female."
According to Discovery.com, he added: "Its closest relatives are parasites developing inside other insects. We don't yet know what its heart-shaped joint is used for, but we do know that the males don't even have a functional mouth to eat, so their only purpose is to search for mates. They certainly have a one-track mind."
Describing the Ivierhipidius, Mr Barclay said he spotted two winged male specimens among several thousand mixed insects collected on a field trip in Central America.
The Daily Mail reports that the beetle's heart-shaped trochanter connects the upper leg to the abdomen.
"One in five of living creatures is a beetle, and we are still uncovering new species today, even some with new modifications of body parts that disclose more about their evolution and way of life," he said.