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Dong Ren & Jurassic angiosperm pollination



Dong Ren, 1998. Flower-associated brachycera flies as
fossil evidence for Jurassic angiosperm origins.
Science 280:85-88
2002 Progress in the study of Mesozoic fossil insects
during the last decade in China. Acta Entomologica
Sinice 45(2):234-240 [NOT SEEN BY ME]
Dong Ren, M.S. Engel, W. Lu, 2002. New giant lacewings
from the Middle Jurassic of Inner Mongolia, China
(Neuoptera: Polystoechotidae). Jour. Kansas
Entomological Society 75(3):188-193 [NOT SEEN BY ME]

Any data (even pdfs) on the last two papers will be
appreciated, as I have not been able to find an e-mail
address for Dong Ren. The feathered, flying and
secondarily flightless, theropods are receiving
attention, but their prey (insectivory was likely
prevalent, unless they could find small enough
graduate students to confuse the fossil record!) is
emerging as a field of profound interest.
Well-preserved insects.



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