A Pacific beetle-mimic cockroach on a leaf
Genome Spotlight: Pacific Beetle-Mimic Cockroach (Diploptera punctata)
The genome of the world’s only live-bearing cockroach may shed light on how viviparity evolves in insects.
Genome Spotlight: Pacific Beetle-Mimic Cockroach (Diploptera punctata)
Genome Spotlight: Pacific Beetle-Mimic Cockroach (Diploptera punctata)

The genome of the world’s only live-bearing cockroach may shed light on how viviparity evolves in insects.

The genome of the world’s only live-bearing cockroach may shed light on how viviparity evolves in insects.

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Ancient Marine Reptile Birthed Live Young
Bob Grant | Feb 15, 2017
Researchers have described a pregnant Dinochephalosaurus, and the fossilized remains suggest that the massive animal did not lay eggs, as previously suspected.