Erik Tihelka

Student, School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol
  • University of Bristol
  • United Kingdom

About Erik Tihelka

I am interested in everything interesting there is about insects, namely in terms of their evolution. Combining diverse lines of evidence from palaeontology, genomics and neontology, I focus on the deep phylogeny of insects and the hexapod fossil record (with an emphasis on beetles). At present, I am a student of palaeobiology at the University of Bristol.

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Biodiversity Phylogenetics Palaeontology

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The last meal of a Cretaceous pollinator

Cretaceous amber provides some of the earliest direct evidence of angiosperm pollination.

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