Compsoblatta anthracophila Germar 1842

Insecta - Blattodea - Compsoblattidae

Alternative combinations: Asemoblatta anthracophila, Blattina anthracophila, Etoblattina anthracophila

Synonyms: Phyloblatta dificilis Schlechtendal 1906, Phyloblatta grata Schlechtendal 1906, Phyloblatta hauptiana Schlechtendal 1906, Phyloblatta perfecta Schlechtendal 1906, Phyloblatta regularis Martynov 1930, Phyloblatta regularis Schlechtendal 1906

Full reference: E. F. Germar. 1842. Beschreibung einiger neuen fossilen Insecten I. in den lithographischen Schiefern von Bayern und II. im Schieferthon des Steinkohlen-Gebirges von Wettin. Beitr├Ąge zur Petrefacten-Kunde 5:79-94

Belongs to Compsoblatta according to J. Schneider 1983

See also Becker-Migdisova 1961, Germar 1842, Handlirsch 1906, Handlirsch 1920, Handlirsch 1922, Martynov 1930, Schlechtendal 1906, Schneider 1978, Scudder 1879 and von Schlechtendal 1913

Sister taxa: Compsoblatta anaglyptica, Compsoblatta couloni, Compsoblatta frankei, Compsoblatta mangoldti, Compsoblatta nobilis, Compsoblatta ovata, Compsoblatta plana

Type specimens:

  • Compsoblatta anthracophila: MH 16, a tegmen. Its type locality is Wettin, which is in a Stephanian C terrestrial shale in the Ottweiler Stufe Formation of Germany.
  • Phyloblatta dificilis: Its type locality is Wettin, which is in a Stephanian C terrestrial shale in the Ottweiler Stufe Formation of Germany.
  • Phyloblatta grata: Its type locality is Wettin, which is in a Stephanian C terrestrial shale in the Ottweiler Stufe Formation of Germany.
  • Phyloblatta hauptiana: Its type locality is Wettin, which is in a Stephanian C terrestrial shale in the Ottweiler Stufe Formation of Germany.
  • Phyloblatta perfecta: Its type locality is Wettin, which is in a Stephanian C terrestrial shale in the Ottweiler Stufe Formation of Germany.
  • Phyloblatta regularis: Its type locality is Wettin, which is in a Stephanian C terrestrial shale in the Ottweiler Stufe Formation of Germany.
  • Phyloblatta regularis: Its type locality is Wettin, which is in a Stephanian C terrestrial shale in the Ottweiler Stufe Formation of Germany.

Distribution:

• Carboniferous of Germany (2 collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

Show more details


Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.


Click image to enlarge. Click to access iDigBio record.