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Systematic palaeontology Order Neuroptera Linnaeus , 1758 Family Chrysopidae Schneider

@inproceedings{Makarkin2018SystematicPO,
  title={Systematic palaeontology Order Neuroptera Linnaeus , 1758 Family Chrysopidae Schneider},
  author={V. Makarkin and S. Wedmann and Thomas Weiterschan and Makarkin},
  year={2018}
}
  • V. Makarkin, S. Wedmann, +1 author Makarkin
  • Published 2018
  • A new genus and new species, Pseudosencera baltica gen. et sp. nov., of Chrysopinae (Chrysopidae, Neuroptera) are described from Baltic amber. Additionally, another species, Nothochrysa? sp. (Nothochrysinae), is left in the open nomenclature. Pseudosencera baltica gen. et sp. nov. represents the oldest confident record of Chrysopinae. The new genus lacks the apparent forewing intramedian cell, and possesses three character states not found in other Chrysopinae: the simple AA1, the short basal… CONTINUE READING

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