†subfamily Isfaropterinae Martynov 1937 (hump-winged cricket)

Insecta - Orthoptera - Haglidae

Alternative spellings: Isfaropteridae, Isfaropteridae

Full reference: A. V. Martynov. 1937. Liassic insects from Shurab and Kisyl-Kiya, Part I, Various orders except Blattodea and Coleoptera. Akademiya Nauk SSSR, Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 7:1-178

Parent taxon: Haglidae according to A. V. Gorochov 1995

See also Carpenter 1992, Gorochov 1988, Martynov 1937, Sharov 1968 and Zeuner 1939

Sister taxa: Afrohagla, Ahagla, Angarohaglinae, Archaeohagla, Archihagla, Bachariinae, Cantohagla, Chifenginae, Cyrtophyllitinae, Dinohagla, Dolichohagla, Dulcihagla, Euhagla, Euspilopteron, Hagla, Haglomorpha, Haglopterinae, Laiyangohagla, Lyrohagla, Mesohagla, Microhagla, Modihagla, Mongolohagla, Notopamphagopsis, Parahaglopsis, Prohagla, Proisfaroptera, Protshorkuphlebia, Sharovohagla, Sinohagla, Sonohagla, Tinnihagla, Triassaginae, Tshorkuphlebia, Vocohagla, Voliopinae

Subtaxa: Isfaroptera

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Ecology: fast-moving ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Jurassic of China (1 collection), Tajikistan (1)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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