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Notoptera

Notoptera
Temporal range: 55.8–0 Ma
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Eocene - Recent
Mantophasma zephyrum
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Subclass: Pterygota
Infraclass: Neoptera
Superorder: Exopterygota
Order: Notoptera
Suborders & families

Suborder Grylloblattodea

Suborder Mantophasmatodea

The insect order Notoptera, a group first proposed in 1915, has been largely unused since its original conception, but in the most recent classification of the lineage of insects that includes the Grylloblattodea and Mantophasmatodea,[1] the name was resurrected and redefined so as to give a single order that includes both the living and fossil representatives of the lineage.

Overview

As now defined, the order comprises four families, two of them known only from fossils, two known from both fossil and living representatives, and fewer than 30 known species in total.

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See also

References

  1. ^ Arillo, A. & M. Engel (2006) Rock Crawlers in Baltic Amber (Notoptera: Mantophasmatodea). American Museum Novitates 3539:1-10

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
  • Data related to Notoptera at Wikispecies


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