wood and charcoalarchaeobotany; plant macrofossilsfossil insects; archaeoentomologymolluscspalaeohydrology and climateanimal bone; zooarchaeologypollen; palynologyhuman bone; osteoarchaeologyintestinal parasite

Fossil insects

Insects occur in a wide range of terrestrial and freshwater aquatic habitats. Insects feed on a wide range of living, dead and decomposing biological material, including plants and other animals and many have very narrow ecological requirements. more

 

Independent and company based members:

 

Reilly, Dr Eileen__email: ereilly@ipean.ie

 


Irish Palaeoecology and Environmental Archaeology Network

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