Permosialis belmontensis Riek 1968 (winged insect)

Insecta - Dicondylia - Permosialidae

Full reference: E. F. Riek. 1968. Undescribed fossil insects from the Upper Permian of Belmont, New South Wales (with an appendix listing the described species). Records of the Australian Museum 27:303-310

Belongs to Permosialis according to E. F. Riek 1968

Sister taxa: Permosialis asiatica, Permosialis bifasciata, Permosialis brevifurcata, Permosialis cauleoides, Permosialis defurcata, Permosialis fasciata, Permosialis frivola, Permosialis immaculata, Permosialis lata, Permosialis latiformis, Permosialis marmorata, Permosialis matutina, Permosialis mongolica, Permosialis paucinervis, Permosialis perfecta, Permosialis quadriramosa, Permosialis sibirica, Permosialis triassica, Permosialis ualentovae, Permosialis udmurtensis, Permosialis zavialovensis, Tologoptera nana

Type specimen: AM F40700, a wing. Its type locality is Warner's Bay, Belmont (AMF coll), which is in a Changhsingian pond chert in the Croudace Bay Formation of Australia.

Ecology:

Distribution: found only at Warner's Bay, Belmont (AMF coll)

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