Prohemerobius aldertonensis Whalley 1988 (lacewing)

Insecta - Neuroptera - Prohemerobiidae

Full reference: P. E. S. Whalley. 1988. Mesozoic Neuroptera and Raphidioptera (Insecta) in Britain. Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History (Geology) 44(1):45-63

Belongs to Prohemerobius according to P. E. S. Whalley 1988

Sister taxa: Prohemerobius anomalus, Prohemerobius chryseus, Prohemerobius costalis, Prohemerobius dilaroides, Prohemerobius geinitzi, Prohemerobius geinitzianus, Prohemerobius latus, Prohemerobius liasinus, Prohemerobius major, Prohemerobius mediolatus, Prohemerobius minor, Prohemerobius ovatus, Prohemerobius parvulus, Prohemerobius persimilis, Prohemerobius prodromus, Prohemerobius quatuorpictus, Prohemerobius septemvirgatus

Type specimen: NHM I 11304, a forewing. Its type locality is Alderton Hill Quarry (Brodie collection), which is in a Toarcian marine limestone in the United Kingdom.

Ecology:

Distribution: found only at Alderton Hill Quarry (Brodie collection)

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