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The lower permian insects of kansas usa part 12 protorthoptera continued neuroptera additional palaeodictyoptera and families of uncertain position






Psyche (Cambridge) 83(3-4): 336-378

The lower permian insects of kansas usa part 12 protorthoptera continued neuroptera additional palaeodictyoptera and families of uncertain position

Taxa are described within the order Protorthoptera. NUGONIONEURIDAE fam. nov. is known only from the type genus [Nugonioneura Tillyard]. Within the Tococladidae are OPISTHOCLADUS arcuatus gen. et sp. nov., whose remains consist of a single forewing that lacks the apical quarter and O. strictus sp. nov. based on a nearly complete forewing. PSOROPTERIDAE fam. nov. is based on PSOROPTERA cubitalia gen. et sp. nov., which has a well preserved forewing. HETEROPTILIDAE fam. nov. is based on Heteroptilon costale gen. et sp. nov. which also has a well preserved forewing. Within the order Palaeodictyoptera is ELMOBORIIDAE fam. nov. with ELMOBORIA piperi gen. et sp. nov. based on a forewing. The genus Oboria Kukalova is transferred from Spilapteridae to Elmoboriidae. Within the order Neuroptera, Permithonidae, is ELMOTHONE martynovae gen. et sp. nov. described from a forewing. It appears closely related to Permithonopsis and Permegalomus. These specimens were about 1/2 the size of existing members of Ithonidae. There are several families of uncertain ordinal position (incertae sedis). In TRACHOPTERYGIDAE fam. nov., TRACHOPTERYX martynovi gen. et sp. nov. is described from a forewing. Permembiidae is further described and discussed. The APHELONEURIDAE fam. nov. is described from APHELONEURA minutissima gen. et sp. nov. wings, antenna and body parts. It is very small with fore and hind wings similar in both size and venation. A. amplia sp. nov. is described from a forewing. GELASOPTERIDAE fam. nov., GELASOPTERON gracile gen. et sp. nov. is described from a nearly complete forewing plus fragments of wings and thoracic and abdominal parts. Permoneuridae is removed from the order Palaeodictyoptera and placed in the category, incertae sedis.

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