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“…Some recently described Cretaceous myrmeleontiform larvae also had highly disparate morphological traits convergently evolved with chrysopoid larvae in relation to predatory habits [33][34][35]. Other, unrelated Cretaceous lacewing lineages had elongate mouthparts, in families which today lack such features, and were specializations for a variety of feeding strategies but including pollen and nectar [36][37][38][39].…”
Section: (B) Evolution Of Raptorial Forelegs In Mantispidaementioning