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“…While there are only three genera and seven species in extant Ommatidae, this family was much more diverse in the Mesozoic (e.g., Kirejtshuk, 2020). Recent findings of ommatids from Burmese amber have revealed a set of intriguing characters previously unknown in Ommatidae (e.g., Jarzembowski & Wang, 2016;Jarzembowski et al, 2018Jarzembowski et al, , 2019. Even though the fossils have greatly enriched our knowledge on the morphological diversity of Ommatidae, there are nevertheless some conserved characters within Ommatidae.…”
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“…While there are only three genera and seven species in extant Ommatidae, this family was much more diverse in the Mesozoic (e.g., Kirejtshuk, 2020). Recent findings of ommatids from Burmese amber have revealed a set of intriguing characters previously unknown in Ommatidae (e.g., Jarzembowski & Wang, 2016;Jarzembowski et al, 2018Jarzembowski et al, , 2019. Even though the fossils have greatly enriched our knowledge on the morphological diversity of Ommatidae, there are nevertheless some conserved characters within Ommatidae.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Ren et Shih, 2007 [116] ( Figure 4F), (?) Cionocoleus punctatus [120] [Carabopteron], (?) Cionocoleus sibiricus Ponomarenko, 2000 [73], Cionocoleus tanae Jarzembowski, Yan, Wang et Zhang, 2013 [119], Cionocoleus watsoni Jarzembowski, Yan, Wang et Zhang, 2013 [119].…”
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“…Based on our preliminary examination, the morphological cladistic analysis of Ommatidae by Tan et al (2012) seems to contain many coding errors, which was probably at least partly caused by the comparatively strong taphonomic artefacts in compression-impression fossils. The recent findings of relatively well-preserved ommatids in mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber have greatly increased our knowledge on the morpho-logical disparity of this family (e.g., Liu et al, 2017;Jarzembowski et al, 2019;Li et al, 2020aLi et al, , 2021aTihelka et al, 2020). The morphological characters of the amber inclusions are less affected by taphonomic artefacts and could be crucial for further phylogenetic studies of Ommatidae.…”
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