Full caption for this week’s podcast image: Reconstruction. Eurasian mid Mesozoic long-proboscid scorpionflies feeding on gymnosperm ovulate organs, each with tubular access to deeper-seated rewards such as nectary-like structures or pollination drops. At right is an Early Cretaceous cheirolepidiaceous conifer host, the ovulate cone of Alvinia bohemica, nectared by Vitimopsyche kozlovi, a mesopsychid with an approximately 9 mm long proboscis. At left is the smaller, Middle Jurassic Pseudopolycentropus janeannae, a pseudopolycentropodid with a 2–3 mm long proboscis, feeding on a fructification of the caytoniaceous seed-fern, Caytonia sewardi. Drawing by Mary Parrish, Department of Paleobiology of the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.