Sesamiina moths help test an hypothesis in evolution

Bruno Le Ru (DEEIT) and colleagues published a work on Neogene grasslands. They tested the hypothesis that Neogene grasslands acted as a major adaptive zone for herbivore lineages. They used Sesamiina moths. The work is accepted in Nature Communications.

 

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