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"Paleontologists discover major new insect group after solving 150-year-old mystery"

February 24, 2021
Wing of the new species Okanagrion Hobani , from the McAbee Fossil Site in British Columbia, a Damselfly-like insect of the new suborder Cephalozygoptera.
Wings of the new species Okanagrion Threadgillae , from the Republic Fossil Site in Northern Washington, a Damselfly-like insect of the new suborder Cephalozygoptera.

Faculty of Science News has posted an article about an SFU-led team's discovery of how fossil dragonfly relatives have been misclassified due to their striking similarity. 

Read the article here:
https://www.sfu.ca/science/news/2021-news/paleontologists-discover-major-new-insect-group-after-solving-15.html

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