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Acknowledgments

I thank Ariel D. Chipman for the invitation to write this chapter; Netta Kasher for the illustrations in Figure 9.1; Eduardo E. Zattara for comments and constructive feedback; Juliana G. Roscito for text suggestions; Thomas Schwaha and Rich Mooi for sharing references; Marfa Herranz, Chema Martfn-Duran, Anna Czarkwiani, Nicolas Bekkouche, Cheon Young Chang, Tom Powers, and Casey Dunn for sharing original image files; and the Biodiversity Heritage Library for access to classical literature. This work was supported by an EMBO Long-Term Fellowship (ALTF 74-2018).

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