Laiyangohagla Wang and Liu 1996 (hump-winged cricket)

Insecta - Orthoptera - Haglidae

Full reference: W. L. Wang and M. W. Liu. 1996. A new genus and species of Haglidae from late Mesozoic of China, with description of its auditory organs. Memoirs of Beijing Natural History Museum 55:69-77

Parent taxon: Haglidae according to W. L. Wang and M. W. Liu 1996

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

Subtaxa: Laiyangohagla beipoziensis

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Type: Laiyangohagla beipoziensis

Ecology: fast-moving ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution: found only at Beipozi village (Beijing Natural History Museum collection) (Cretaceous of China)

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