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System and phylogeny of contemporary Orthoptera of the superfamilies Hagloidea and Stenopelmatoidea (Orthoptera) with a description of new taxa. Part 2


, : System and phylogeny of contemporary Orthoptera of the superfamilies Hagloidea and Stenopelmatoidea (Orthoptera) with a description of new taxa. Part 2. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 67(4): 518-529

The family Stenopelmatidae of Orthoptera can be divided into 2 groups. The first consists of 3 subfamilies, 2 of which are new, and the second includes the Gryllacridinae and the Schizodactylinae, which include species of economic importance.

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