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“…Cretaceous ambers reveal several spectacular examples of camouflage in small predatory insects 47,48 including chrysopoid larvae (green lacewings), myrmeleontoid larvae (split-footed lacewings and owlflies), and reduviids (assassin bugs). Another example of camouflage comes from archostematan beetles 49,50 .…”
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“…Cretaceous ambers reveal several spectacular examples of camouflage in small predatory insects 47,48 including chrysopoid larvae (green lacewings), myrmeleontoid larvae (split-footed lacewings and owlflies), and reduviids (assassin bugs). Another example of camouflage comes from archostematan beetles 49,50 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The previously published holotype of P. szwedoi (Figs. 9-11; NIGP169926, incorrectly labeled as NIGP130418 in Jarzembowski et al, 2018) was also re-examined for comparison.…”
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“…Among them, Paraodontomma Yamamoto was first reported by Yamamoto (2017) from mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber, represented by the type species P. burmiticum. Later Jarzembowski et al (2018) described the second species in this genus, P. szwedoi. Yamamoto (2017) suggested that Paraodontomma is most similar to Odontomma Ren et al, a brochocolein beetle known from Cretaceous Yixian Formation in China (Ren et al, 2006).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…In recent years we have witnessed exciting discoveries of an increasing number of archostematan beetles from this mid‐Cretaceous Burmese amber. Most described archostematans are represented by members of the extant southern hemisphere family Ommatidae (Jarzembowski et al ., , ,b, ,b; Jarzembowski & Wang, ; Liu et al ., ; Yamamoto, ). By contrast, only three species, Barbaticupes combertiae Jarzembowski et al ., , Mallecupes qingqingae Jarzembowski et al ., and Mallecupes cleevelyi Jarzembowski et al ., , have been assigned to the family Cupedidae sensu stricto (= Cupedinae sensu Kirejtshuk et al ., ).…”
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