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Palaeontinoidea

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Palaeontinoidea

Temporal range: 

Upper Permian to Middle Cretaceous 

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Fossil forewing of Mesogereon

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Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia

Phylum: Arthropoda

Class: Insecta

Order: Hemiptera

Suborder: Auchenorrhyncha

Infraorder: Cicadomorpha

Superfamily: †Palaeontinoidea
Handlirsch, 1906

Families

See text

Palaeontinoidea is an extinct superfamily of cicadomorph hemipteran insects. This


superfamily contains three families.[1]

Contents

 1Description

 2Subdivisions

 3See also

 4References

Description[edit]
Palaeontinoids were comparatively large, cicada-like insects that existed from the Upper
Permian to the Middle Cretaceous (around 260.4 to 112.0 million years ago).

Subdivisions[edit]
The three families classified under Palaeontinoidea, along with their age range and
collection sites, are the following:

 Mesogereonidae Tillyard, 1921
Upper Triassic; Australia and South Africa. Contains two monophyletic genera.[2]

 Dunstaniidae Tillyard, 1916
Upper Permian to Lower Jurassic; South Africa, Australia, France, Central Asia,
and China.[2][3]

 Palaeontinidae Handlirsch, 1906
Upper Triassic to Middle Cretaceous; Brazil, China, Russia, Germany,
the Transbaikal region, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Spain, Germ
any, and the United Kingdom. Contains around 30 to 40 genera and about a hundred
species.[2]

See also[edit]
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 Palaeontology portal

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 Prehistoric Lepidoptera
 Prehistoric insects

References[edit]
1. ^ Boris B. Rohdendorf;  Donald Ray Davis, eds. (1991).  Fundamentals of paleontology:
Arthropoda, Tracheata, Chelicerata. Volume 9. Smithsonian Institution Libraries and the
National Science Foundation. p. 220–224.
2. ^ Jump up to:a b c Bo Wang; Haichun Zhang & Jacek Szwedo (2009). "Jurassic
Palaeontinidae from China and the Higher Systematics of Palaeontinoidea (Insecta:
Hemiptera: Cicadomorpha)".  Palaeontology. The Palaeontological Association.  52  (Part
1): 53–64.  doi:10.1111/j.1475-4983.2008.00826.x.
3. ^ Fabrice Lefebvre; André Nel; Francine Papier; Léa Grauvogel-Stamm & Jean-Claude
Gall (1998). "The First 'Cicada-like Homoptera' from the Triassic of the Vosges,
France"  (PDF). Palaeontology. The Palaeontological Association. 41 (Part 6): 1195–
1200. Archived from the original  (PDF) on March 24, 2012. Retrieved  July 21,  2011.

Wikidata: Q7126462

Wikispecies: Palaeontinoidea

BioLib: 1210636
EoL: 42272085

Fossilworks: 175585

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 Prehistoric insects
 Extinct Hemiptera
 Permian insects
 Triassic insects
 Jurassic insects
 Cretaceous insects
 Cisuralian animals
 Cisuralian animals of North America
 Cisuralian first appearances
 Cretaceous extinctions
 Taxa named by Anton Handlirsch
 Hemiptera superfamilies
 Cicadomorpha
 Prehistoric insect stubs
 Auchenorrhyncha stubs
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