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"It's the small things that matter - when insects shaped today's natural world"

January 16, 2018
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The Faculty of Science has posted a story on a study led by our own researcher, Bruce Archibald (Mathewes Lab).  The study, published in The Canadian Entomologist, shows how insects like ants and bees may have started to diversify and shape the modern ecosystem earlier than previously thought. 

Read the story on the news page:
http://www.sfu.ca/science/news-events/news/2018/its-the-small-things-that-matter-when-insects-shaped-today-natural-world.html

Link to article:
https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/canadian-entomologist/article/modernisation-of-the-hymenoptera-ants-bees-wasps-and-sawflies-of-the-early-eocene-okanagan-highlands-of-western-north-america/3283D9B3DA1A3C265758AF750D388546