Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Ancient wasp-mimicking fly from South Korea named after PSY’s ‘Gangnam Style’

(AKSON Russian Science Communication Association) Russian and South Korean paleontologists discovered a new species of extinct pollinating flies, which lived during the first half of the Cretaceous period, about 110 million years ago, when the angiosperm radiation occurred. As evident from their long proboscis, these insects were nectar feeders and probably fed on the first flowers or cones of entomophilous gymnosperms. Like many modern flower-visiting flies, newly described fossils mimicked stinging wasps to scare off predators, while actually they posed no danger.