N. M. Andersen 2001

Full reference
N. M. Andersen. 2001. Fossil water striders in the Oligocene/Miocene Dominican amber (Hemiptera: Gerromorpha). Insect Systematics & Evolution 31:411-431 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  51610
Created:  2014-06-09 17:11:35
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (16) - view classification
'Brachymetroides atra belongs to Brachymetroides' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Brachymetroides belongs to Charmatometrinae' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Charmatometrinae belongs to Gerridae' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Electrobates spinipes belongs to Electrobates' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Electrobates belongs to Electrobatinae' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Electrobatinae belongs to Gerridae' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Gerridae belongs to Gerromorpha' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Halovelia electrodominica belongs to Halovelia' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Halovelia belongs to Haloveliinae' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Haloveliinae belongs to Veliidae' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Microvelia electra belongs to Microvelia' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Microvelia grimaldii belongs to Microvelia' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Microvelia polhemi belongs to Microvelia' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Microvelia belongs to Microveliinae' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Microveliinae belongs to Veliidae' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
'Velides is corrected as Veliidae and belongs to Gerromorpha' according to N. M. Andersen 2001
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