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Etoblattina primaeva

Insecta - Blattodea - Archimylacridae

Taxonomy
Blattina primaeva was named by Goldenberg (1854). Its type specimen is Naturhist. Ver. Bonn, 24(43), a tegmen, and it is an impression. Its type locality is Gersweiler, which is in a Westphalian D terrestrial horizon in the Auerswald coal seam Formation of Germany.

It was recombined as Etoblattina primaeva by Scudder (1879), Handlirsch (1906), von Schlechtendal (1913), Handlirsch (1920), Handlirsch (1922), Waterlot (1934) and Guthörl (1934); it was considered a nomen nudum by Goldenberg (1852); it was recombined as Xenoblatta primaeva by Schneider (1983).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1854Blattina primaeva Goldenberg p. 22 figs. Pl 3, fig 4
1864Blattina primaeva Heer p. 288
1873Blattina primaeva Goldenberg p. 16 figs. Pl 2, fig 13
1879Etoblattina primaeva Scudder p. 58
1906Etoblattina primaeva Handlirsch p. 199 figs. Pl XX fig 19; Pl XXIV fig 69
1913Etoblattina primaeva von Schlechtendal p. 137 figs. Pl 1, fig 13; pl 10, fig 5
1920Etoblattina primaeva Handlirsch p. 439
1922Etoblattina primaeva Handlirsch p. 126
1934Etoblattina primaeva Guthörl pp. 120-122 figs. 71; Pl 19 fig 2
1934Etoblattina primaeva Waterlot p. 198 fig. 55
1983Xenoblatta primaeva Schneider p. 126

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Ecdysozoa
Panarthropoda
phylumArthropodaLatreille 1829
subphylumMandibulata
Pancrustacea
superclassHexapodaLatreille 1825
Cercofilata
classInsecta
RankNameAuthor
Dicondylia
Paranotalia
subclassPterygota(Brauer 1885)
NeopterygotaCrampton 1924
infraclassNeopteraMartynov 1923
PolyneopteraMartynov 1938
superorderDictyopteraLatreille 1829
orderBlattodea(Latreille 1810)
familyArchimylacridae
genusEtoblattina
speciesprimaeva()

If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.

Diagnosis
No diagnoses are available