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Siphonophoroides simplex

Insecta - Hemiptera - Aphididae

Taxonomy
Siphonophoroides simplex was named by Buckton (1883). Its type specimen is 519, an exoskeleton, and it is a compression fossil. Its type locality is Florissant (MCZ Collection), which is in a Chadronian lacustrine - large shale in the Florissant Formation of Colorado.

It was recombined as Tephraphis simplex by Scudder (1890) and Scudder (1894).

Synonyms
Synonymy list
YearName and author
1883Siphonophoroides simplex Buckton pp. 176-177 figs. Pl 133 fig 2
1890Tephraphis simplex Scudder p. 259 figs. Pl 18 fig 4
1890Tephraphis walshii Scudder p. 260 figs. Pl 18 fig 19
1890Aphidopsis emaciata Scudder p. 265
1894Aphidopsis emaciata Scudder p. 354 figs. Pl 104, fig 2; pl 106, fig 6
1894Tephraphis simplex Scudder p. 354 figs. Pl 106, fig 2
1894Tephraphis walshii Scudder p. 354 figs. Pl 106, fig 3
1967Siphonophoroides simplex Heie p. 213 fig. 82A
2011Siphonophoroides simplex Heie and Wegierek p. 59
2012Siphonophoroides simplex Favret

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Ecdysozoa
Panarthropoda
phylumArthropodaLatreille 1829
subphylumMandibulata
Pancrustacea
superclassHexapodaLatreille 1825
CercophoraBörner 1904
classInsecta
Dicondylia
Paranotalia
subclassPterygota(Brauer 1885)
RankNameAuthor
NeopterygotaCrampton 1924
infraclassNeopteraMartynov 1923
Clareocercaria
Acercaria(Borner 1904)
superorderPancondylognatha
CondylognathaBörner 1904
orderHemiptera
suborderSternorrhyncha()
AphidiformesSchlee 1969
infraorderAphidomorphaBecker-Migdisova and Aizenberg 1962
superfamilyAphidoidea
familyAphididae()
subfamilyDrepanosiphinae(Herrich-Schaeffer 1857)
genusSiphonophoroides
speciessimplex

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