D. S. Aristov

D. S. Aristov
Paleontological Institut, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia · Artropod Laboratory

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New members of the family Geinitziidae (Insecta; Reculida) are described from the Permian and Triassic of Eurasia: Permoshurabia sukhonica sp. nov. from the Isady locality (Upper Permian of Russia, Severodvinian Stage), Shurabia minutissima sp. nov., Geinitziella rasnitsyni gen. et sp. nov. from the Madygen locality (Middle-Upper Triassic of Kyrgyz...
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In the order Blattinopsida, Glaphyrophlebia popasnaya Aristov et Rasnitsyn, sp. n. is described from the Upper Carboniferous (Kasimovian Stage) deposits of the Lomovatka locality in Lugansk Region of Ukraine.
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Permian Blattinopsida in the Vorkuta Group of the Pechora Basin (Komi Republic, northern Rus-sia) are reviewed. Glaphyrophlebia komia sp. nov., G. vorkutensis sp. nov., and G. borea sp. nov. are described from the Inta Formation. The taxonomic composition of plants in the Kungurian-Ufimian interval is analyzed for the Pechora Basin in comparison wi...
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Permian Blattinopsida in the Vorkuta Group of the Pechora Basin (Komi Republic, northern Rus-sia) are reviewed. Glaphyrophlebia komia sp. nov., G. vorkutensis sp. nov., and G. borea sp. nov. are described from the Inta Formation. The taxonomic composition of plants in the Kungurian-Ufimian interval is analyzed for the Pechora Basin in comparison wi...
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Permian Blattinopsida in the Vorkuta Group of the Pechora Basin (Komi Republic, northern Russia) are reviewed. Glaphyrophlebia komia sp. nov., G. vorkutensis sp. nov., and G. borea sp. nov. are described from the Inta Formation. The taxonomic composition of plants in the Kungurian-Ufimian interval is analyzed for the Pechora Basin in comparison wit...
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The Recent webspinners (Embiida = Embioptera) comprise a small order of insects; there are about 400 species distributed mainly in tropical and subtropical regions (Miller et al., 2012). They are gregarious, living subsocially in galleries of fine silk which they spin from glands on their forelegs (Edgerly et al., 2002). The webspinner lineage is t...
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Belmophenopterum rasnitsyni sp. n. is described from the Middle Triassic Madygen locality in Kyrgyzstan. It is the latest record of the genus Belmophenopterum Rasnitsyn et Aristov, 2004. The Permian genus Sylviodes Martynov, 1940 and the Permian-Triassic genus Belmophenopterum are transferred from family Sylvaphlebiidae (Reculida) to the family Mes...
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Blattinopsis indefinitus Rasnitsyn et Aristov, sp. n. is described from the Lower Permian Fokina locality (the upper Burgukla subhorizont of the upper Kungurian Stage) in North-Western Siberia. It is the latest record of the genus Blattinopsis Giebel, 1867.
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The Khasurty locality (Lower Cretaceous of Transbaikalia, Russia) is one of the largest fossil insect sites in the region. Over the entire period of study, more than 6000 insect imprints have been collected here, representing 16 orders and 130 families. Dipterans, aphids and hymenopterans are the most common forms here, the most diverse taxa are Di...
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A new mischopterid species Aspidothorax permianus Sinitshenkova and Aristov, sp. nov. (family Aspidothoracidae) is described from the Klyuchiki locality. This is the first insect record from this site and the latest member of the family Aspidothoracidae, the known species of which come from Carboniferous deposits in West Europe. The structure of ha...
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New substitute name Issadiella nom. n. is proposed for the genus Isadia Aristov, 2008 (Insecta: Reculida: Tunguskapteridae) to avoid homonomy with the ray-finned fish genus Isadia Minikh, 1986 (Osteichthyes: Eurynotoidiformes; Eurynotoidiidae).
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The monotypic genus Vologdoptera Aristov, 2009 of uncertain taxonomic position from Upper Permian of Russia and its type species V. maculosa Aristov, 2009 are redescribed. They are attributed to subfamily Maculoedischiinae of the family Pruvostitidae (Orthoptera: Oedischioidea).
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New gryllones insects (Insecta; Gryllones) Mesoidelia bakhilka sp. nov. (Eoblattida: Mesorthopteridae) and Kostovata catagrapha gen. et sp. nov. (Reculida: Chaulioditidae) are described from the Middle Permian Kostovaty and Tshepanikha localities (Urzhumian Stage of Russia). Paraliomopterum rectum Aristov, 2004 (Reculida: Liomopteridae) from Tshepa...
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Among insects, 236 families in 18 of 44 orders independently invaded water. We report living amphibiotic cockroaches from tropical streams of UNESCO BR Sumaco, Ecuador. We also describe the first fossil aquatic roach larvae (6 spp.; n = 44, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1) from the most diverse tropical Mesozoic sediments (Middle Jurassic Bakhar Fm in Mongolia, Kimm...
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New members of the order Cnemidolestida (Insecta: Perlidea) from Middle Permian–Middle Triassic localities of Eurasia are described. Tillyardembia zalazna sp. nov. (Upper Permian, Vyatkian; Zalazna locality, Russia) and Udembia udmurtica gen. et sp. nov. (Middle Permian, Urzhumian; Kostovaty locality, Russia) are assigned to the family Tillyardembi...
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A caddisfly fauna from the Middle Miocene of the Stavropol Region (Vishnevaya Balka and Temnolesskaya localities) is described. The formal species Limnephilus kaspievi (Martynova, 1939) is redescribed based on new material, including the hind wings. New genera, Miocenocosmoecus (Limnephilidae) and Calamostavropolia (Calamoceratidae), and eight new...
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Changes in insect biodiversity in terms of the number of families throughout the history of the class are described. The results are compared with those published recently by other researchers and possible reasons for observed differences are discussed. The main stages in the evolution of insect diversity are recognized. The per-family rates of the...
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Batesian mimicry is a relationship in which a harmful organism (the model) is mimicked by a harmless organism (the mimic), which gains protection because predators mistake it for the model. It is the most widely studied of mimicry complexes and has undoubtedly played an important role in the speciation of various animals especially insects. However...
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New caddisflies, reculid and eoblattid insects from the Mesozoic of Asia are described. Caddisflies of the families Philopotamidae (Mesoviatrix paradoxa gen. et sp. nov. and Kempia piotri gen. et sp. nov.) and Polycentropodidae (Polylongevus eskovi gen. et sp. nov.) from the Upper Jurassic–Lower Cretaceous of the Kempendyai locality in Yakutia are...
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New nymphs of the gryllones insects (Insecta; Gryllones) Iblatta attrepida gen. et sp. nov. (Eoblattida incertae sedis) and Tshekardushka artenatis gen. et sp. nov. (Reculida incertae sedis) from the Lower Permian Chekarda locality (Kungurian Stage of Russia) are described. The nymph of Czekardia blattoides Martynov, 1940 (Eoblattida incertae sedis...
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The type genus of the family Necrophasmatidae, Necrophasma Martyn?v, 1925 from Karatau (Upper Jurassic of Kazakhstan), is re-described. The monotypic family Juraperlidae from Daohugou (Middle Jurassic of China) is synonymized under Necrophasmatidae (Cnemidolestida). The genus Ferganomadygenia Storozhenko et Vršanský, 1995 from Madygen (Middle Trias...
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New substitute name Karga nom. n. is proposed for the genus Kargalia Aristov, 2008 (Insecta: Reculida: Kargalopteridae) to avoid homonomy with the conchostracan genus Kargalia Novojilov, 1956.
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Heritably transferred genome mutations extending phenotypic variability together with natural selection (alternatively with genetic drift, draft, stability, and passive selections) are the main conditions of species evolution. Intervals with high rates of detrimental mutations are virtually absent from the fossil record due to the difficulty of ide...
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The insect fauna of the Lower Permian Tyulkino locality in the Perm Region of Russia is considered. New members of the orders Trichoptera and Eoblattida are described. Members of the primitive family Microptysmatidae (suborder Protomeropina) are typical of the Lower and Middle Permian deposits of Eurasia and are represented by the two genera: Micro...
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Locustoblattina segmentata gen. et sp. nov. and L. marginata gen. et sp. nov., new members of the family Mesorthopteridae (Eoblattida) are described from the Middle Triassic of the Madygen locality (Ladinian Stage of the Kyrgyzstan). New members of the Alexarasniidae (Embiida), Alexarasnia limbata Aristov, sp. nov. and Nestorembia shcherbakovi sp....
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Lara, M.B. & Aristov, D., August 2016. First records of Geinitziidae (Insecta: Grylloblattida) from the Upper Triassic of Argentina (Mendoza). Alcheringa 41, xxx–xxx. ISSN 0311-5518 A new grylloblattid (Permoshurabia argentina sp. nov.: Geinitziidae) is described and illustrated from the Upper Triassic of Argentina. The material represents the firs...
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The order Paoliida (Insecta) is revised. A single family, Paoliidae from the Carboniferous of the United States and Europe, is included in this order. The order Paoliida is assigned to the infraclass Gryllones as the only order of the superorder Paoliidea Handlirsch, 1906, stat. n. The family Katerinkidae is synonymised under Paoliidae. The familie...
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Families Parmapteridae Aristov et Rasnitsyn, 2015, Protembiidae Tillyard, 1937, Pinideliidae Storozhenko, 1997 from the Paleozoic of the North America and Eurasia, and Juraperlidae Huang et Nel, 2007 from the Mesozoic of the Asia are assigned to the new suborder Parmapterina subord. n. of the order Cnemidolestida. Origin of the superorder Orthopter...
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New representatives of Gryllones (Insecta) of the orders Eoblattida, Reculida (Blattidea), and Cnemidolestida (Perlidea) from Ufimian–Urzhumian deposits of Russia are described. The following taxa are described in the order Eoblattida: Novokshonovus boreus sp. nov. from Vorkuta (Atactophlebiidae; Ufimian Stage of Perm Region); Idelina mala sp. nov....
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The composition of insect families in the Early and Middle Permian is analyzed to reveal the dynamics of taxonomic diversity using the approach developed earlier (Aristov et al., 2013). The efficiency of the methods used for quantitative estimation of the degree and direction of changes is confirmed using 15 sequences of local and, in some cases, r...
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The order Eoblattida (= Grylloblattida), assigned to the superorder Blattidea (Insecta), is revised. A total of 17 families are included in this order: the extinct Eoblattidae, Protophasmatidae, Cacurgidae, Mesorthopteridae, Ideliidae, Permotermopsidae, Euryptilonidae, Atactophlebiidae, Bardapteridae, Megakhosaridae, Blattogryllidae, Daldubidae, Id...
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The cockroach ?Phyloblatta vrsanskyi sp. nov. (Insecta: Blattida) from a new Lower Permian locality of Troitza (Ufimian Stage, Solikamskian Horizon) is described. Representatives of the orders Homoptera and Trichoptera from this locality are identified to genus. It is shown that, among Ufimian insect assemblages of the Perm Region, Troitsa is more...
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This book is dedicated to 90th anniversary of the investigation of the one of the most interesting section of the Kungurian Stage of the Permian Pre-Urals. It contains the richet occurrence of Early Permian flora and entomofauna/ This second monograph on Chekarda embraces a wide spectrum of actual topics, contained within four chapters. The first c...
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New insect taxa are described from the Lower Permian (Kungurian) fossil site Tshekarda in the Permian Territory, Russia: Graticladus apiatus Aristov et Rasnitsyn, gen. et sp. n., Tshekardocladus sparsus Aristov et Rasnitsyn, gen. et sp. n. (Hypoperlida). Ascribed to Chemidolestida are Parmaptera permiana gen. et sp. n. (Parmapteridae fam.n.), to Gr...
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Two new mayfly genera and species from the Triassic deposits of the Pałęgi area (southeast Poland) are described. This is the first description of aquatic insects from the Pałęgi locality. Triassolitophlebia palegica gen. et sp. nov. (Litophlebiidae) is established on the basis of an isolated forewing. This is the first finding of this family in th...
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One of the most interesting Mesozoic Lagerstätten, Shar Teg in southwestern Mongolia, is reviewed. The geological structure and oryctocoenoses of Shar Teg are described. Shar Teg is one of the most diverse Jurassic Lagerstätten in terms of fossils represented. Fossils from Shar Teg include aquatic and terres� trial plants, mollusks, crustaceans, in...
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New taxa of grylloblattids of the family Mesorthopteridae are described from the Permian of Russia: Parastenaropodites aquilonius sp. nov. from the Soyana locality (Middle Permian); P. circumhumatus sp. nov. from the Kul’chumovo locality; and Tshermyaninus biforis gen. et sp. nov., Permorthopteron foliaceus gen. et sp. nov., Parastenaropodites pann...
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New taxa of the order Eoblattida are described from the Lower Permian of the United States and Russia. Pryg absurdus gen. et sp. nov. of the family Prygidae fam. nov. is described from the Leonardian of Elmo (Kansas, United States). Parapryg alogus gen. et sp. nov. of the same family is described from the Vyatkian of Nedubrovo (Vologda Region, Russ...
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The earliest termite of the extant genus Mastotermes, is herein recorded in the Jurassic/Cretaceous (J/K) transitional beds of Chernovskie Kopi in Transbaikalian Russia along with Santonitermes of an uncertain family. These records represent the earliest eusocial organisms. No termites have ever been recorded among the hundreds of thousands of foss...
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Relationship of the families Blattogryllidae, Megakhosaridae, Plesioblattogryllidae and Grylloblattidae is discussed. The diagnoses of Blattogryllidae and Megakhosaridae are clarified. New synonymy is proposed: Blattogryllidae Rasnitsyn, 1976 = Plesioblattogryllidae Huang, Nel et Petrulevicius, 2008, syn. n. New genus Blattokhosara Storozhenko et A...
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New taxa of the order Eoblattida are described from the Lower Permian of the United States and Russia. Pryg absurdus gen. et sp. nov. of the family Prygidae fam. nov. is described from the Leonardian of Elmo (Kansas, United States). Parapryg alogus gen. et sp. nov. of the same family is described from the Vyat kian of Nedubrovo (Vologda Region, Rus...
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The order Cnemidolestida (Insecta: Perlidea) is revised. A total of 11 families from the Carboniferous and Permian of Eurasia, North America, and South America and from the Triassic of Europe are included in the order: Cnemidolestidae Handlirsch, 1906, Spanioderidae Handlirsch, 1906, Gerapompidae Handlirsch, 1906, Cymenophlebiidae Pruvost, 1919, Em...
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Fossil insects of European Russia from the Urzhumian to Vyatkian stages are reviewed, new taxa are described, and dynamics of insect taxonomic diversity around the Permian–Triassic boundary in light of the Paleozoic–Mesozoic boundary global extinction problem is analyzed. Traces of interactions between arthropods and plants are analyzed. Insect�bea...
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A new representative of the family Chaulioditidae (Insecta, Grylloblattida), Chauliodites niedzwiedzkii sp. n., is described from the Upper Olenekian-Lower Anisian sediments of Pałęgi in Holy Cross Mountains, Poland. This is the first formal description of any fossil insect from Pałęgi area.
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A Late Permian fauna of grylloblattid insects (Insecta; Grylloblattida) from the KwaZulu�Natal Province (South Africa) is considered. New taxa, Liomopterites ulterior sp. nov. and L. meridionalis sp. nov. (family Liomopteridae); Normandienoptera serotina gen. et sp. nov. and Afrogrylloblattus disputabilis gen. et sp. nov. (Skaliciidae), are describ...
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Distribution of 115 insect families is considered in 15 local assemblages of European Russia, Siberia, Australia and South Africa. The assemblage ages embrace the Urzhum stage of the Middle Permian, the Late Permian, and the transitional Permian-Triassic interval. The assemblages are ordered statistically using two criteria. Ordination after the ap...
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New taxa of the insect order Eoblattida from the Upper Carboniferous of Russia are described, including Narkemina kata sp. nov., Narkeminopsis inversa sp. nov., Carbonokata storozhenkoi gen. et sp. nov., Tshunoptera ampla gen. et sp. nov., and Evenkiophlebia collucata gen. et sp. nov. from the Chunya locality (Krasnoyarsk Region), Narkemulla sibiri...
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New grylloblattid insects are described from the Upper Permian and Lower Triassic of European Russia and Kazakhstan: Kuplya minutissima gen. et sp. nov. (Tshekardominidae) from the Severodvinian locality Novo-Aleksandrovka (Orenburg Region); Parachauliodites orthopteroides gen. et sp. nov. (Chaulioditidae), Permofossilis commasticatus gen. et sp. n...
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New genus Sharovites gen. n. (type species – Sh. alexanderi sp. n.) is described in the family Mesorthopteridae from the Upper Triassic Madygen locality in Kyrgyzstan.
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The type material on Narkemina angustata Martynov, 1930, N. angustiformis Sharov, 1961 and N. genuina Sharov, 1961 (Insecta; Eoblattida; Cnemidolestidae) from the Upper Carboniferous of Siberia are redescribed. N. angustiformis and N. genuina are reinstated from synonyms. Variability of venation of N. angustiformis is demonstrated on additional mat...
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Upper Buntsandstein deposits (mainly Myophoria beds, Röt Formation, Early Anisian) in Lower Franconia and Thuringia have yielded a rather rich insect fauna comprising ca. 300 insect specimens assigned to ten orders: Archaeognatha (Dasyleptidae), Ephemeroptera, Blattodea, Grylloblattida, Orthoptera, Hemiptera, Glosselytrodea, Coleoptera, Mecoptera a...
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The family Cacurgidae is revised. In addition to the type genus Cacurgus Handlirsch, 1911 from the Upper Carboniferous of the United States, Ideliopsis ovalis Carpenter, 1948 from the Lower Permian of the United States and Kitshuga ryzhkovae gen. et sp. nov. from the Upper Permian of Russia are included in this family. An undescribed genus from the...
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Mutovia intercalaria gen. et sp. n. is described from the Upper Permian sediments of Isady in north-western Russia and placed within a new Palaeozoic cockroach family, Mutoviidae fam. n.. The forewing, with very basal, distinct separation of R1 and RS resembling the cockroach hind wing and also the forewing of mantises and eoblattids, and with a sh...
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Permian Eoblattida, which include the families Tillyardembiidae, Protembiidae (=Sylvardembiidae), Soyanopteridae, and Idelinellidae, are reviewed. The latter family is revised; it includes Idelinella macroptera Storozhenko, 1997 from the Middle Permian (Lower Kazanian Substage) of northern European Russia, Permostriga augustalis Novokshonov, 1999,...
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From the Upper Permian (Severodvinian Stage, Poldarsa Formation) locality of Isady (Velikoustyugskii District, Vologda Region, European part of Russia) new genus and species of mayfly Ponalex maximus gen. et sp. n. from the family Protereismatidae is described and illustrated based on the unique remain of the hindwing. This new species is the bigge...
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A new replacement name Permulidaenom. n. is proposed for the Permian family Aliculidae Storozhenko, 1997 (Insecta: Grylloblattida). A review of Permulidae is given. All genera and species are redescribed and illustrated. A key to genera of Permulidae is given. New taxa of Permulidae are described: Permula edemskiisp. n., Sojanopermula rasnitsynisp....
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New grylloblattids from the Triassic of the Tunguska Basin (Evenkia, Russia) are described, including Chauliodites eskovi sp. nov. (Chaulioditidae) from the Nirungdakan-1 locality, Shurabia lukashevichae sp. nov. and Sh. bashkuevi sp. nov. (Geinitziidae) from the Lower Lyulyuikta-1 locality, Megakhosarodes shcherbakovi sp. nov. (Megakhosaridae) and...
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New grylloblattid insects (Grylloblattida) are described from the Grès à Voltzia of the Vosges (Anisian of Alsace and Lorraine, France): Chauliodites anisicus, sp. nov. (Chaulioditidae), Palaeomesorthopteron pullus gen. et sp. nov. (Mesorthopteridae), Megakhosarodes vosgesicus sp. nov. (Megakhosaridae), Dorniella elcanoides sp. nov., D. apectinata...
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A new species of grylloblattid insects, Plesioblattogryllus minor, sp. nov. (Gryllobattida: Plesioblattogryllidae), is described from the Middle Jurassic Daohugou locality (Inner Mongolia, China). The value of the diagnostic features of the families Plesioblattogryllidae and Blattogryllidae is briefly discussed.
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The family Epideigmatidae is revised. New members of this family from the Lower Permian of Russia: Vilvaptera permyakovae, gen. et sp. nov. (Vilva locality, Artinskian Stage, Perm Region) and Tshekardeigma rasnitsyni, gen. et sp. nov. (Chekarda locality, Kungurian Stage, Perm Region) are described. Paraphenopterum unicolor Storozhenko, 1992 (Soyana...
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New members of the family Blattogryllidae are described, including Permoblattogryllus praecox gen. et sp. nov. from the Middle Permian Soyana locality in Russia, Protoblattogryllus nedubrovensis from the Lower Triassic Nedubrovo locality in Russia, Madygenocephalus micropteron gen. et sp. nov. (the second known case of brachyptery in grylloblattids...