Mesoblattina stricklandi Brodie 1845 (cockroach)

Insecta - Blattodea - Mesoblattinidae

Alternative combinations: Blatta stricklandi, Blattidium stricklandi, Rithma stricklandi

Full reference: P. B. Brodie. 1845. A History of the Fossil Insects in the Secondary Rocks of England Accompanied by a Particular Account of the Strata in which they Occur, and of the Circumstances Connected with their Preservation 1-130

Belongs to Mesoblattina according to A. Handlirsch 1906

See also Brodie 1845, Heer 1864 and Scudder 1886

Sister taxa: Mesoblattina anceps, Mesoblattina angustata, Mesoblattina colominasi, Mesoblattina cretacea, Mesoblattina damianii, Mesoblattina deichmulleri, Mesoblattina eatoni, Mesoblattina elongata, Mesoblattina elongatum, Mesoblattina exigua, Mesoblattina fiuzai, Mesoblattina higginsii, Mesoblattina kirkbyi, Mesoblattina kollari, Mesoblattina maclachlani, Mesoblattina martinsnetoi, Mesoblattina minima, Mesoblattina mongolica, Mesoblattina multivenosa, Mesoblattina murchisoni, Mesoblattina paucivenose, Mesoblattina protypa, Mesoblattina ramificata, Mesoblattina recta, Mesoblattina simplicis, Mesoblattina sinica, Mesoblattina swintoni, Mesoblattina symyrus, Mesoblattina wanbeiensis, Mesoblattina westwoodi, Mesoblattina wuweiensis, Mesoblattina xiangnanensis

Type specimen: Its type locality is Dinton, Vale of Wardour, Middle Purbeck, which is in a Berriasian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal horizon in the Lulworth Formation of the United Kingdom

Ecology:

Distribution: found only at Dinton, Vale of Wardour, Middle Purbeck

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