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Mid Jurrassic Angiosperms?
I just read an article from the April 3 issue of Science. The author,
Dong Ren, discusses fossils of apparently nectar eating flies from the
Late Jurrassic of Asia. He considers this to be evidence that
angiosperms arose in the Middle Jurrassic and were flourishing by the
Late Jurrassic. If this is so, maybe dinosaurs were munching flowers
much earlier than we thought.
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