Ephemeropsis trisetalis Eichwald 1864 (mayfly)

Insecta - Ephemeroptera - Hexagenitidae

Synonyms: Ephemeropsis middendorffi Handlirsch 1906, Ephemeropsis middendorfi Handlirsch 1906, Ephemeropsis orientalis d'Eichwald 1868, Ephemeropsis reisi Handlirsch 1938, Phacelobranchus braueri Handlirsch 1906

Full reference: E. Eichwald. 1864. Sur un terrain jurassique à poissons et insectes d'eau douce de la Sibérie orientale. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France, Deuxième Série 21:19-25

Belongs to Ephemeropsis according to H. Jähnichen and E. Kahlert 2000

See also Brauer et al. 1889, Cockerell 1924, Cockerell 1927, d'Eichwald 1868, Eichwald 1864, Handlirsch 1906, Hong 1976, Hong 1982, Hong 1982, Hong 1984, Hong 1992, Lin 1976, Lin 1980, Lin 1982, Lin 1992, Sinitshenkova 1990, Tshernova 1961, Tshernova and Sinitshenkova 1974, Ueno 1935 and Wang 1980

Sister taxa: Ephemeropsis martynovae, Ephemeropsis melanurus, Ephemeropsis middendorji

Type specimens:

  • Ephemeropsis trisetalis: Its type locality is Tourga river, which is in an Aptian lacustrine mudstone in the Turga Formation of the Russian Federation
  • Ephemeropsis middendorfi: Its type locality is Byrka River, Khabarovsk Range, Transbaikal, which is in an Aptian lacustrine horizon in the Turga Formation of the Russian Federation.
  • Ephemeropsis orientalis: Its type locality is Konduyewskaya in Turga (Eichwald collection), which is in an Aptian lacustrine mudstone in the Turga Formation of the Russian Federation.
  • Ephemeropsis reisi:
  • Phacelobranchus braueri: Its type locality is Turga (Brauer collection), which is in an Aptian terrestrial siliciclastic in the Turga Formation of the Russian Federation.

Ecology:

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of China (15 collections), Mongolia (4), the Russian Federation (16)

Total: 35 collections each including a single occurrence

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