Proanaxipha madgesuttonae covered by science writer Joe Bauwens of the Sciency Thoughts blog

Science writer Joe Bauwens (pictured), an old friend of mine from our undergraduate days at the University of Portsmouth, has written a post about my paper describing Proanaxipha madgesuttonae from Dominican amber for his blog Sciency Thoughts (for additional information about P. madgesuttonae, see an earlier post announcing the paper here). If you haven’t already seen Sciency Thoughts, it’s definitely worth a read. Joe covers scientific discoveries in an easy-to-read popular science style and covers a broad array of disciplines including geology, palaeontology, biodiversity and conservation.

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About Sam Heads

Entomologist and paleontologist at the University of Illinois.
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