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“…This may be similar to fossilization in asphalt and tar traps, where predatory species are overrepresented because they are attracted to dying prey animals trapped in the tar (Stock 2001). Considering the broad diversity of specimens entrapped in Cretaceous amber (Sánchez-García and Engel 2016; Selden and Ren 2017; Stoev et al 2019; Yu et al 2019; Ngô-Muller et al 2020), it is likely that at least some amber secretions occurred lower on trunks or root buttresses, entrapping ecologically diverse segments of the overall amber biota. Additionally, evidence from Cenozoic amber ant assemblages finds that ground-dwelling ant species are frequently entrapped in resin, lending further support to the likelihood of entrapment for non-arboreal hell ants (Guénard et al 2015).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This may be similar to fossilization in asphalt and tar traps, where predatory species are overrepresented because they are attracted to dying prey animals trapped in the tar (Stock 2001). Considering the broad diversity of specimens entrapped in Cretaceous amber (Sánchez-García and Engel 2016; Selden and Ren 2017; Stoev et al 2019; Yu et al 2019; Ngô-Muller et al 2020), it is likely that at least some amber secretions occurred lower on trunks or root buttresses, entrapping ecologically diverse segments of the overall amber biota. Additionally, evidence from Cenozoic amber ant assemblages finds that ground-dwelling ant species are frequently entrapped in resin, lending further support to the likelihood of entrapment for non-arboreal hell ants (Guénard et al 2015).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%