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Notes on Six Little Known Tertiary Aphids (Hem. Aphidoidea)

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Redescriptions and notes on systematic position of six little known Tertiary aphids are given, viz. (I) Anconatus gillettei Cockerell, which is placed in Siphonophoroides Buckton, (2) Echinaphis rohweri Cockerell, which may be placed in the system near the common base of Greenideidae and Callaphididae, (3) Schizoneurites brevirostris Cockerell, which is allied with Antiquaphis Heie, (4) Tetraneura oligocenica N. Theobald, which is placed in Aixaphis nov. gen. among Aphidoidea viviovipara incertae sedis, (5) Tetraneura provincialis N. Theobald, whose belonging in Pemphigidae is doubtful, and (6) Schizoneura meunieri Heie (syn. S. patchi Meunier), which really may be a Schizoneura, but only a few morphological characters are known.

Affiliations: 1: Skive Seminarium, 7800 Skive, Denmark

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