Mitchelloneura Tillyard 1921 (true bug)

Insecta - Hemiptera - Prosbolidae

Full reference: R. J. Tillyard. 1921. Two fossil insect wings in the collection of Mr John Mitchell, from the Upper Permian of Newcastle, NSW belonging to the order Hemiptera. The Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 46:413-422

Parent taxon: Prosbolidae according to J. W. Evans 1956

See also Tillyard 1921 and Tillyard 1926

Sister taxa: Anomaloscytina, Archeglyphis, Beaufortiscus, Cicadopsylla, Dictyoprosbole, Elliptoscarta, Evanscicada, Homaloscytina, Kaltanetta, Kaltanopsis, Lariojaprosbole, Neurobole, Orthoprosbole, Orthoscytina, Permobrachus, Permocicada, Permocicadopsis, Permodiphthera, Permodiphtheroides, Permoglyphis, Permojassus, Pervestigia, Prosbole, Prosbolecicada, Prosbolidinella, Sinisbole, Sojanoneura, Stenoscytina, Stenotegmocicada, Falsia

Subtaxa: Mitchelloneura permiana

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Ecology:

Distribution: found only at Embankment of the Burwood colliery railway (Permian of Australia)

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