Sysciophlebia Handlirsch 1906 (cockroach)

Insecta - Blattodea - Spiloblattinidae

Alternative spelling: Etoblattina (Sysciophlebia)

Full reference: A. Handlirsch. 1906. Revision of American Paleozoic insects. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 29(1441):661-820

Parent taxon: Spiloblattinidae according to J. Schneider and R. Werneburg 1993

See also Becker-Migdisova 1961, Guthörl 1934, Guthörl 1936, Handlirsch 1906, Handlirsch 1920, Handlirsch 1922, Meunier 1921, Riek 1976, Schneider 1982, Schneider 1983, Schneider 1983 and Zalessky 1953

Sister taxa: Ametroblatta, Anthracoblattina triassica, Anthracoblattina wagneri, Arrhythmoblatta, Atactoblatta, Dicladoblatta, Doryblatta, Etoblattina aperta, Olethroblatta, Permoblattininae, Spiloblattina, Spiloblattina laxa, Spiloblattinidae gardinerana, Spiloblattinidae zinkeniana, Syscioblatta, Vivablattinae, Zavjaloblatta

Subtaxa: Sysciophlebia acutipennis Sysciophlebia adumbrata Sysciophlebia affinis Sysciophlebia alligans Sysciophlebia angusta Sysciophlebia arcuata Sysciophlebia balteata Sysciophlebia benedicta Sysciophlebia euglyptica Sysciophlebia grata Sysciophlebia hercynica Sysciophlebia hybrida Sysciophlebia ilfeldensis Sysciophlebia intermedia Sysciophlebia invisa Sysciophlebia kovacsae Sysciophlebia nana Sysciophlebia obtusa Sysciophlebia oligoneura Sysciophlebia patiens Sysciophlebia picta Sysciophlebia praepilata Sysciophlebia recidiva Sysciophlebia rotundata Sysciophlebia rubida Sysciophlebia schucherti Sysciophlebia scudderi Sysciophlebia stulta Sysciophlebia subtilis Sysciophlebia variegata Sysciophlebia whitei

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• Permian of Austria (1 collection), the Czech Republic (3), Germany (12), South Africa (1), United States (1: West Virginia)

• Carboniferous of the Czech Republic (2), France (3), Germany (10), Morocco (1), United States (3: Kansas, Ohio)

Total: 37 collections including 75 occurrences

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