†family Haglidae Handlirsch 1906 (hump-winged cricket)

Insecta - Orthoptera - Haglidae

Alternative spellings: Haglinae, Haglinae

Synonyms: Aboilidae Martynov 1925, Prohaglinae Riek 1954, Tshorkuphlebiidae Martynov 1937, Tshorkuphlebiinae Martynov 1937

Full reference: A. Handlirsch. 1906. Die Fossilen Insekten und die Phylogenie der Rezenten Formen, parts I-IV. Ein Handbuch fur Palaontologen und Zoologen 1-640

Parent taxon: Hagloidea according to J. J. Gu et al. 2017

See also Carpenter 1992, Fang et al. 2007, Gorochov 1986, Gorochov 1988, Gorochov 1995, Gorochov 2003, Gorochov et al. 2006, Grant-Mackie et al. 1996, Gu et al. 2011, Handlirsch 1906, Hong 1982, Hong 1982, Hong 1986, Li et al. 2007, Martynov 1925, Martynov 1937, Riek 1954, Riek 1955, Riek 1974, Sharov 1968, Wang et al. 2018, Wang et al. 2018, Wang et al. 2015, Wappler 2001, Whalley 1985, Zeuner 1935, Zeuner 1939 and Zeuner 1962

Sister taxa: Eospilopteron, Eospilopteronidae, Hagloedischiidae, Haglopsis, Jurassobatea, Kevania, Mesoprophalangopsis, Neohagla, Prezottophlebiidae, Prophalangopsidae, Pseudogryllacris, Pseudohumbertiella, Tuphellidae, Tzetzenulia, Yenshania, Zalmonites

Subtaxa: Afrohagla Ahagla Angarohaglinae Archaeohagla Archihagla Bachariinae Cantohagla Chifenginae Cyrtophyllitinae Dinohagla Dolichohagla Dulcihagla Euhagla Euspilopteron Hagla Haglomorpha Haglopterinae Isfaropterinae Laiyangohagla Lyrohagla Mesohagla Microhagla Modihagla Mongolohagla Notopamphagopsis Parahaglopsis Prohagla Proisfaroptera Protshorkuphlebia Sharovohagla Sinohagla Sonohagla Tinnihagla Triassaginae Tshorkuphlebia Vocohagla Voliopinae

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Type: Hagla

Ecology: fast-moving ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of China (5 collections), the Russian Federation (1), the United Kingdom (1)

• Jurassic to Cretaceous of Kazakhstan (1)

• Jurassic of China (7), Germany (3), Kyrgyzstan (11), Mongolia (2), the Russian Federation (3), Tajikistan (4), the United Kingdom (6)

• Triassic to Jurassic of the United Kingdom (1)

• Triassic of Argentina (4), Australia (2), Kazakhstan (2), Kyrgyzstan (4), Lesotho (1), South Africa (5), the United Kingdom (2)

Total: 65 collections including 126 occurrences

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