Alternative combinations: Etoblattina mucronata, Phyloblatta mucronata
Full reference: S. H. Scudder. 1895. Revision of the American fossil cockroaches with descriptions of new forms. Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey 124:1-176
Sister taxon: Bradyblatta sagittaria
Type specimen: USNM 38199, a tegmen (fragment). Its type locality is Cassville, which is in an Asselian terrestrial shale in the Cassville Shales Formation of West Virginia.
Distribution: found only at Cassville
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