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Caloblattina mathildae

Insecta - Blattaria - Caloblattinidae

Taxonomy
Blattina mathildae was named by Geinitz (1883). Its type specimen is FGWG 118/1, a forewing, and it is an impression. Its type locality is Dobbertin, Mecklenburg (Greifswald collection), which is in a Toarcian offshore claystone in Germany.

It was recombined as Mesoblattina mathildae by Scudder (1886) and Geinitz (1888); it was recombined as Caloblattina mathildae by Handlirsch (1906) and Vršanský and Ansorge (2007).

Synonyms
Synonymy list
YearName and author
1883Blattina mathildae Geinitz p. 29 figs. Pl 6, fig 1
1884Blattina mathildae Geinitz p. 571
1886Mesoblattina mathildae Scudder p. 462
1888Mesoblattina mathildae Geinitz p. 197
1906Caloblattina mathildae Handlirsch p. 430 figs. Pl XL fig 21
1906Pachyneuroblattina rigida Handlirsch p. 433 figs. Pl 40 fig 34
1953Apistoblattula convexa Bode p. 115 figs. Pl. 5, fig. 94
1953Strebloblattula beienrodensis Bode p. 116 figs. Pl. 5, fig. 95
1953Palmoblattina gottingensis Bode p. 117 figs. Pl. 5, fig. 96
1953Macroblattina elegans Bode p. 119 figs. Pl. 6, fig. 98
1953Polyphleboblatta tenuis Bode p. 121 figs. Pl. 6, fig. 101
1953Mesoblattina grandis Bode p. 125 figs. Pl. 6, fig. 99
2007Caloblattina mathildae Vršanský and Ansorge p. 109

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Ecdysozoa
Panarthropoda
phylumArthropodaLatreille 1829
subphylumMandibulata
Pancrustacea
superclassHexapodaLatreille 1825
Cercofilata
RankNameAuthor
classInsecta
Dicondylia
Paranotalia
subclassPterygota()
NeopterygotaCrampton 1924
infraclassNeopteraMartynov 1923
orderBlattaria(Latreille 1810)
superfamilyCaloblattinoideaVrsansky and Ansorge 2000
familyCaloblattinidae
genusCaloblattina
speciesmathildae()

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