Brodia priscotincta Scudder 1881 (winged insect)

Insecta - Megasecoptera - Brodiidae

Alternative combination: Brodia priscocincta

Synonyms: Brodia fasciata Handlirsch 1919, Brodia furcata Handlirsch 1919, Brodia nebulosa Handlirsch 1919, Brodia nympha Handlirsch 1919, Brodia petiolata Handlirsch 1919, Brodia pictipennis Handlirsch 1919, Brodia scudderi Handlirsch 1919

Full reference: S. H. Scudder. 1881. Two new British Carboniferous insects, with remarks on those already known. Geological Magazine, Decade II 8(7):293-299

Belongs to Brodia according to H. Bolton 1921

See also Bolton 1917, Brongniart 1894, Handlirsch 1906, Handlirsch 1919, Prokop et al. 2017, Scudder 1881, Scudder 1883, Scudder 1885 and Scudder 1885

Sister taxon: Brodia jogginsensis

Type specimens:

  • Brodia priscotincta: BMNH I.3896, a wing. Its type locality is Coseley, near Dudley (Brodie coll), which is in a Westphalian B interdistributary bay shale in the United Kingdom.
  • Brodia fasciata: BMNH I.1557, a wing. Its type locality is Coseley, near Dudley (Johnson coll), which is in a Westphalian B interdistributary bay shale in the United Kingdom.
  • Brodia furcata: BMNH I.2962, a wing. Its type locality is Coseley, near Dudley (Madeley coll), which is in a Westphalian B interdistributary bay shale in the United Kingdom.
  • Brodia nebulosa: BMNH I.2961, a wing. Its type locality is Coseley, near Dudley (Madeley coll), which is in a Westphalian B interdistributary bay shale in the United Kingdom.
  • Brodia nympha: BMNH I.1563, a wing. Its type locality is Coseley, near Dudley (Johnson coll), which is in a Westphalian B interdistributary bay shale in the United Kingdom.
  • Brodia petiolata: BMNH I.2961, a wing.
  • Brodia pictipennis: Its type locality is Coseley, near Dudley (Madeley coll), which is in a Westphalian B interdistributary bay shale in the United Kingdom.
  • Brodia scudderi: BMNH I.13879, a wing. Its type locality is Coseley, near Dudley (Brodie coll), which is in a Westphalian B interdistributary bay shale in the United Kingdom.

Ecology:

Distribution:

• Carboniferous of the United Kingdom (5 collections)

Total: 5 collections each including a single occurrence

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