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Ommatidae

 Omma sagittaTetraphalerus wagneri
Containing group: Archostemata

References

Carpenter, F. M. 1992. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Part R. Arthropoda 4, Volume 3: Superclass Hexapoda. Geological Society of America and University of Kansas, Boulder, Colorado and Lawrence, Kansas.

Lawrence, J. F. 1999. The Australian Ommatidae (Coleoptera: Archostemata): new species, larva and discussion of relationships. Invertebrate Taxonomy 13:369-390.

Ponomarenko, A. G. 1966. New beetles of the Family Cupedidae (Coleoptera) from Mesozoic deposits of Transbaikalia. Revue d'Entomologie de l'URSS 45:138-143.

Ponomarenko, A. G. 1997. New beetles of the Family Cupedidae from the Mesozoic of Mongolia. Ommatini, Mesocupedini, Priacmini. Paleontological Journal 31(4):389-399.

Ponomarenko, A. G. 1999. A new beetle species of the genus Brochocoleus (Coleoptera, Cupedidae) from the Turonian of Kazakhstan. Paleontological Journal 3:60-61.

Ponomarenko, A. G. 2000. Beetles of the Family Cupedidae from the Lower Cretaceous locality of Semen, Transbaykalia. Paleontological Journal 34(S3):S317-S322.

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Title Illustrations
Scientific Name Omma stanleyi (Ommatidae)
Copyright © 1996 David R. Maddison
Scientific Name Omma sagitta
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
Life Cycle Stage Adult
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Copyright © 1996 David R. Maddison
Scientific Name Tetraphalerus wagneri
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
Life Cycle Stage Adult
View Dorsal
Copyright © 1996 David R. Maddison
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