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On the morphology of Uralia maculata (Insecta: Diaphanopterida) from the Early Permian (Kungurian) of Ural (Russia)

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The body morphology of Uralia is studied. Except for the simple (non-segmented) styli on the pregenital abdominal segments, no characters have been found that are exceptionally plesiomorphic for a pterygote insect. The position of the Diaphanopterida within the clade Cimiciformes + Scarabaeiformes is confirmed.

Affiliations: 1: A. P. Rasnitsyn, Paleontological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Profsoyuznaya Str. 123, 117647 Moscow, Russia; 2: V. G. Novokshonov, Geological Faculty, Permian State University

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1997-01-01
2016-12-10

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