Caloblattina mathildae Geinitz 1883 (cockroach)

Insecta - Blattaria - Caloblattinidae

Alternative combinations: Blattina mathildae, Mesoblattina mathildae

Synonyms: Apistoblattula convexa Bode 1953, Macroblattina elegans Bode 1953, Mesoblattina grandis Bode 1953, Pachyneuroblattina rigida Handlirsch 1906, Palmoblattina gottingensis Bode 1953, Polyphleboblatta tenuis Bode 1953, Strebloblattula beienrodensis Bode 1953

Full reference: F. E. Geinitz. 1883. Die Flötzformationen Mecklenburgs. Archiv des Vereins der Freunde der Naturgeschichte in Mecklenburg 37:1-151

Belongs to Caloblattina according to P. Vršanský and J. Ansorge 2007

See also Bode 1953, Geinitz 1883, Geinitz 1884, Geinitz 1888, Handlirsch 1906 and Scudder 1886

Sister taxa: Caloblattina liasina, Caloblattina rubens

Type specimens:

  • Caloblattina mathildae: FGWG 118/1, a forewing. Its type locality is Dobbertin, Mecklenburg (Greifswald collection), which is in a Toarcian offshore claystone in Germany.
  • Apistoblattula convexa: Hi 1, a forewing. Its type locality is Hondelage, Braunschweig, which is in a Toarcian offshore mudstone in the Posidonia Shale Formation of Germany.
  • Macroblattina elegans: SNM B 47, a forewing.
  • Mesoblattina grandis: Cl 106, a wing. Its type locality is Hondelage, Braunschweig, which is in a Toarcian offshore mudstone in the Posidonia Shale Formation of Germany.
  • Pachyneuroblattina rigida: FGWG 122/13, a forewing. Its type locality is Dobbertin, Mecklenburg (Greifswald collection), which is in a Toarcian offshore claystone in Germany.
  • Palmoblattina gottingensis: G 402-8, a forewing. Its type locality is Hondelage, Braunschweig, which is in a Toarcian offshore mudstone in the Posidonia Shale Formation of Germany.
  • Polyphleboblatta tenuis: G 402-10, a wing. Its type locality is Hondelage, Braunschweig, which is in a Toarcian offshore mudstone in the Posidonia Shale Formation of Germany.
  • Strebloblattula beienrodensis: SNM W 12, a wing (Wing).

Ecology:

Distribution:

• Jurassic of Germany (3 collections)

Total: 3 collections each including a single occurrence

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