Shurabia elegans Fujiyama 1973 (winged insect)

Insecta - Reculida - Geinitziidae

Alternative combination: Minesedes elegans

Full reference: I. Fujiyama. 1973. Mesozoic insect faunas of east Asia, part I. Introduction and Upper Triassic faunas. Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Tokyo 16:331-386

Belongs to Shurabia according to D. S. Aristov et al. 2009

See also Fujiyama 1973

Sister taxa: Shurabia aleda, Shurabia angustata, Shurabia annosa, Shurabia anomala, Shurabia australis, Shurabia bashkuevi, Shurabia ferganensis, Shurabia grandis, Shurabia hissarica, Shurabia inferior, Shurabia kapokkraalensis, Shurabia lukashevichae, Shurabia magna, Shurabia minuta, Shurabia ovata, Shurabia parvula, Shurabia permiana, Shurabia postiretis, Shurabia serrata, Shurabia sogutensis, Shurabia tanga

Type specimen: NSM-PA11258, a forewing. Its type locality is Hazegatani coal mine, Omine, which is in a Carnian lacustrine siliciclastic in the Momonoki Formation of Japan.

Ecology:

Distribution: found only at Hazegatani coal mine, Omine

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