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Mesozoic chrysopid-like Planipennia: a phylogenetic approach (Insecta: Neuroptera)
The Mesozoic chrysopid-like Planipennia are revised and several new genera and species are described, and a phylogenetic analysis of the Chrysopoidea is proposed, based on the wing venation characters.
Fossiliferous amber deposits from the Cretaceous (Albian) of Spain
A new rich amber outcrop with palaeobiological inclusions in the Lower Cretaceous of Spain
New mantises (Insecta: Mantodea) in Cretaceous ambers from Lebanon, Spain, and Myanmar
Thrips pollination of Mesozoic gymnosperms
- E. Peñalver, C. Labandeira, C. Soriano
- Environmental ScienceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 21 May 2012
A specialized pollination mode from Early Cretaceous amber of Spain is reported, wherein four female thrips representing a genus and two species in the family Melanthripidae were covered by abundant Cycadopites pollen grains, providing direct evidence of specialized collection and transportation of pollen grains.
Local amber in a Palaeolithic context in Cantabrian Spain: the case of La Garma A
Dinosaur eggs in the Upper Cretaceous of the Coll de Nargó area, Lleida Province, south-central Pyrenees, Spain: Oodiversity, biostratigraphy and their implications
An evolutionary history embedded in amber: reflection of the Mesozoic shift in weevil‐dominated (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) faunas
Propagation phase-contrast X-ray synchrotron microtomography was utilized to obtain high quality 3D images for some fossils and, at the same time, permit a concise description of them.
New cupedid beetles from the Lower Cretaceous of Spain and the palaeogeography of the family
Thirteen new species of the family Cupedidae from Las Hoyas and El Montsec fossil sites from the Barremian (Lower Cretaceous) of Spain are described and placement of genus Cionocoleus among subfamily Ommatinae is proposed.
A New Family of Ceraphronoid Wasps from Early Cretaceous Álava Amber, Spain
The new fossils show some similarities with the extinct family Stigmaphronidae but are distinguished from it and the extant ceraphronoids mainly by the presence of not fused radial and costal veins, among other characteristics.