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[CBS] Amber tomb trapped termite-loving beetles

  April 14, 2017, By MINDY WEISBERGER, LIVESCIENCE.COM
  Three views of a beetle trapped in mid-Cretaceous amber. IMAGE BY CAI ET AL., 2017
  Scientists recently discovered tiny beetles resembling horseshoe crabs that were trapped in amber dating back to the Cretaceous period, about 99 mil...
 
[National Geographic] Fossil Male Insect Wooed Mates with Sexy Legs
MARCH 22, 2017, By Sarah Gibbens, National Geographic
  For more than a hundred million years, these three male damselflies have been waiting for their damsels.
  Recently
  Mating in modern damselflies and their close kin, the dragonflies, has been
  The ancient insects, named Yijenplaty...
 
[XIN HUA] Weng'an biota could be as old as around 609 mln years: Chinese scientists

  BEIJING, March 16 (Xinhua) -- Weng'an biota could be as old as 609 million years, with a margin of error of 5 million years either side, a study by a group of Chinese scientists suggests.
  The study was carried out by scientists including some from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
...
 
[EurekAlert!] Intact mushroom and mycophagous rove beetle in Burmese amber leak early evolution of mushrooms

  Mar. 16 2017, by CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES HEADQUARTERS, EurekAlert!
  ECOLOGICAL RECONSTRUCTIONS OF CRETACEOUS MUSHROOMS AND MYCOPHAGOUS BEETLES.
  Mushrooms, or Agaricomycetes, are common, conspicuous and morphologically diverse fungi. Most agaricomycete fruiting bodies are ephemeral...
 
[EurekAlert!] Fossil treasure trove reveals post-extinction world ruled by sponges

  Jan. 10, 2017, by CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES HEADQUARTERS, EurekAlert!
  Exceptionally well-preserved fossil communities are always exciting, but some are more interesting than others. Fossils from particularly important times or environments can tell palaeontologists much more than those...
 
China fossil biota reveals post-extinction seafloor 445 mln years ago

  Jan. 10, 2017, Xinhua
  A cluster of exceptionally-preserved fauna fossils has been found in east China's Zhejiang Province, it was announced today.
  The fossils may help scientists understand more about the seabed in the period around a mass extinction event that occurred at the end of...
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