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Author Topic:   Planet of the Bugs, Evolution and the Rise of Insects
Genomicus
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05-05-2016 10:32 PM
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05-05-2016 8:03 PM


My background is more focused on prokaryotes -- not so much invertebrates and vertebrates -- so I'd be pretty interested if you could share with us some of the major ways insects have shaped the evolution of the non-marine biosphere, based on Shaw's work.
A quick look at the Amazon page for his book reveals it to be a fascinating piece of work, so I'll definitely add this to my books-I-have-to-have-in-my-personal-library list. Thanks for sharing.
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