Aboilus tuzigouensis Lin and Huang 2006 (hump-winged cricket)

Insecta - Orthoptera - Prophalangopsidae

Full reference: Q. B. Lin and D. Y. Huang. 2006. Revision of "Parahagla lamina" Lin, 1982 and two new species of Aboilus (Orthoptera: Prophalangopsidae) from the Early-Middle Jurassic of northwest China. Progress in Natural Science 16(spec issue):303-307

Belongs to Aboilus according to Q. B. Lin and D. Y. Huang 2006

Sister taxa: Aboilus abbreviatus, Aboilus amplus, Aboilus aulietus, Aboilus besobrasovae, Aboilus cellulosus, Aboilus columnatus, Aboilus cornutus, Aboilus dilutus, Aboilus faciatus, Aboilus fasciatus, Aboilus femineus, Aboilus huanghuachunensis, Aboilus jiyuanensis, Aboilus krassilovi, Aboilus lamina, Aboilus longitudinalis, Aboilus perbellus, Aboilus pullus, Aboilus stratosus, Aboilus tigris, Aboilus transversalis, Aboilus zebra

Type specimen: NIGP 133703, a tegmen. Its type locality is Tuzigou, Badaowan Fm, Karamay, which is in a Sinemurian fluvial sandstone in the Badaowan Formation of China.

Ecology: fast-moving ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution: found only at Tuzigou, Badaowan Fm, Karamay

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