A 14-million-year-old fossil from Nevada shows the somewhat jumbled parts of a honeybee, recognizable by its distinctive pattern of wing veins (arrow) and other features shared by modern relatives.
Credit: M. S. Engel/Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci.
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