Phylocentropus cretaceous Wichard and Bölling 2000 (caddisfly)

Insecta - Trichoptera - Dipseudopsidae

Full reference: W. Wichard and A. C. Bölling. 2000. Recent knowledge of caddis flies (Trichoptera) from Cretaceous amber of New Jersey. Studies on Fossils in Amber, with Particular Reference to the Cretaceous of New Jersey 345-354

Belongs to Phylocentropus according to W. Wichard and A. C. Bölling 2000

Sister taxa: Phylocentropus (Veteropsyche), Phylocentropus antiquus, Phylocentropus ligulatus, Phylocentropus simplex, Phylocentropus spiniger, Phylocentropus succinolebanensis, Phylocentropus swolenskyi

Type specimen: AMNH NJ-128, an exoskeleton. Its type locality is White Oaks Pit (Old Crossman's Clay Pits), which is in a Turonian delta plain amber/lignite in the Raritan Formation of New Jersey.


Distribution: found only at White Oaks Pit (Old Crossman's Clay Pits)

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