†subfamily Conjunctiinae Ponomarenko 1977 (ground beetle)

Insecta - Coleoptera - Carabidae

Alternative spelling: Conjunctiini

Full reference: A. G. Ponomarenko. 1977. Suborder Adephaga, Polyphaga Incertae Sedis, Infraorder Staphyliniformia, in Mezozoiskie zhestkokryiye [Mesozoic Coleoptera]. Akademiya Nauk SSSR, Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 161:17-119

Parent taxon: Carabidae according to P. Bouchard et al. 2011

Sister taxa: Agatoides, Antemnacrassa, Apotomopterus, Arthropterus, Ataktosites, Bembidium, Brachininae, Brachinites, Broscinae, Carabidium, Carabinae, Carabites, Carabites, Carabopteron, Cavicarabus, Celeripedes, Cicindelinae, Cicindelites, Creagris, Cymindoides, Elaphrinae, Elaphrotites, Fangshania, Feronites, Fonsecacarabus, Fossores, Gehringiinae, Glenopterus, Hadrocephalus, Harpalinae, Harpalomimes, Hebeicarabus, Helobium, Hemicarabus, Loricera exita, Loricerinae, Meileyingia, Metagrilium, Migadopinae, Miolebidia, Nebriinae, Nebrorabus, Neothanes, Notokistus, Omophroninae, Patrobinae, Paussinae, Platyninae, Procarabites, Protopaussinae, Protorabinae, Rembus, Rhopalochlaenius, Scaritinae, Siagoninae, Sinocarabus, Stereocerus, Sunocarabus, Trechinae, Trechoides, Tremembecarabus, Wuchangicarabus, Yunnanocarabus

Subtaxa: Conjunctia Mesorabus

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Ecology:

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of China (1 collection), the Russian Federation (1)

• Jurassic of Kazakhstan (1)

Total: 3 collections each including a single occurrence

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