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A new, rare and small 'lobeattid' species (Insecta: Archaeorthoptera) found at Xiaheyan (Pennsylvanian; Ningxia, China)

Abstract : A new species of stem Orthoptera, namely Ph-tanomiamia gui gen. et sp. nov., is described from the Penn-sylvanian Xiaheyan locality in China. Despite the intensive collecting efforts undertaken at this locality, a single forewing was recovered. It shares with the "lobeattid" Mi-amia spp. two peculiar traits, namely a broad ScP-R/RA area and a very early branching of CuA + CuPa. On the other hand, it displays a free portion of CuA (between its divergence from M + CuA and its fusion with CuPa), a trait allowing exclusion of the new species from Miamia, to which it is most likely very closely related.
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Lu Chen, Dong Ren, Olivier Bethoux. A new, rare and small 'lobeattid' species (Insecta: Archaeorthoptera) found at Xiaheyan (Pennsylvanian; Ningxia, China). Fossil Record, Wiley-VCH Verlag, 2020, 23 (1), pp.71-74. ⟨10.5194/fr-23-71-2020⟩. ⟨mnhn-02569194⟩

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