Myrmicium schroeteri Germar 1839

Insecta - Hymenoptera

Alternative combinations: Pseudosirex schroeteri, Rhipidorhabdus schroeteri, Sphinx schroeteri

Synonyms: Apiaria antiqua Germar 1839, Fabellovena compressa Oppenheim 1885, Fabellovena elegans Oppenheim 1885, Fabellovena karschi Oppenheim 1885, Pseudosirex antiquus Germar 1839, Pseudosirex compressus Oppenheim 1885, Pseudosirex darwini Weyenbergh 1873, Pseudosirex deichmuelleri Handlirsch 1906, Pseudosirex elegans Oppenheim 1885, Pseudosirex gracilis Oppenheim 1885, Pseudosirex karschi Oppenheim 1885, Pseudosirex minimus Oppenheim 1885, Pseudosirex separatus Handlirsch 1906, Pseudosirex snelleni Weyenbergh 1869, Rhipidorhabdus gracilis Oppenheim 1885, Rhipidorhabdus minimus Oppenheim 1885, Sphinx snelleni Weyenbergh 1869

Full reference: E. F. Germar. 1839. Die versteinerten Insecten Solenhofens. Nova Acta Physico-Medica Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Naturae Curiosorum 19(1):187-222

Belongs to Myrmicium according to A. G. Ponomarenko 1985

See also Carpenter 1932, Deichmüller 1886, Germar 1839, Haase 1890, Handlirsch 1906, Maa 1949, Meunier 1897, Oppenheim 1885, Weyenbergh 1869, Weyenbergh 1873 and Weyenbergh 1874

Sister taxa: Myrmicium elongatus, Myrmicium heerii, Myrmicium nanus, Pseudosirex heeri

Type specimens:

  • Myrmicium schroeteri: Its type locality is Solnhofen (Schröter collection), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany
  • Pseudosirex antiquus: Its type locality is Solnhofen (BSPGM Munich coll), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany.
  • Pseudosirex compressus: Its type locality is Solnhofen (BSPGM Munich coll), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany.
  • Pseudosirex darwini: TM 12570, an exoskeleton. Its type locality is Solnhofen (Teyler Museum Collection), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany.
  • Pseudosirex deichmuelleri: Its type locality is Eichstätt, Solnhofen (SNSD Dresden collection), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany.
  • Pseudosirex elegans: Its type locality is Solnhofen (BSPGM Munich coll), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany.
  • Pseudosirex gracilis: Its type locality is Solnhofen (BSPGM Munich coll), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany.
  • Pseudosirex karschi: Its type locality is Solnhofen (BSPGM Munich coll), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany.
  • Pseudosirex minimus: Its type locality is Solnhofen (BSPGM Munich coll), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany.
  • Pseudosirex separatus: Its type locality is Eichstätt, Solnhofen (SNSD Dresden collection), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany.
  • Pseudosirex snelleni: Its type locality is Solnhofen (Teyler Museum Collection), which is in a Tithonian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal lime mudstone in the Solnhofen Formation of Germany.

Distribution:

• Jurassic of Germany (7 collections)

Total: 7 collections each including a single occurrence

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