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Revision and cladistic analysis of the world genera of the family Hemerobiidae (Insecta: Neuroptera)
-The extant world genera of the family Hemerobiidae are revised; and the literature on fossil hemerobiids is reviewed. A key is provided to the 25 extant genera recognized. An intergeneric cladisticExpand
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Evolution of lacewings and allied orders using anchored phylogenomics (Neuroptera, Megaloptera, Raphidioptera)
Analysis of anchored hybrid enrichment (AHE) data under a variety of analytical parameters for a broadly representative sample of taxa (136 species representing all extant families) recovered aExpand
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Insects from the Santana Formation, Lower Cretaceous, of Brazil. Bulletin of the AMNH ; no. 195
Ninety-seven specimens of Homoptera (AMNH 43328, 43600-4, 43607-33, 43635-6, 43638-68, 43670-90, 43692-6, 43711-3, 43760-1, 44105) from the Santana Formation, Lower Cretaceous of Brazil are known.Expand
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ANNOTATED CATALOGUE OF THE DILARIDAE (INSECTA: NEUROPTERA) OF THE WORLD
The neuropteran family Dilaridae, ‘pleasing lacewings’, is a small family presently composed of 67 valid recent species, with a combined distribution encompassing parts of North and South America,Expand
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Owlflies are derived antlions: anchored phylogenomics supports a new phylogeny and classification of Myrmeleontidae (Neuroptera)
The first phylogenomic analysis of the antlions is presented, based on 325 genes captured using anchored hybrid enrichment. A concatenated matrix including 207 species of Myrmeleontoidea (170Expand
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A new genus of kalligrammatid lacewings from the Middle Jurassic of China (Neuroptera: Kalligrammatidae)
Kallihemerobius pleioneurus n. g. n. sp. is described and illustrated from the Jurassic Jiulongshan Formation of eastern Inner Mongolia, China. Kallihemerobius is noteworthy for the pectinateExpand
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New Early Eocene brown lacewings (Neuroptera: Hemerobiidae) from western North America
On trouvera ici la description de deux especes d'hemerobiides provenant des sediments des terres hautes de l'Okanagan dans l'ouest de l'Amerique du Nord, Wesmaelius mathewesi sp. nov. (Quilchena,Expand
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A new brachypterous Nusalala species from Costa Rica, with comments on the evolution of flightlessness in brown lacewings (Neuroptera: Hemerobiidae)
Abstract. A new flightless hemerobiid species, Nusalala brachyptera, collected at high elevation in Costa Rica, is described and illustrated, and a variety of data relevant to the evolution ofExpand
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