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Psocopterum adultum

Subphylum : Mandibulata 
Superclassis : Hexapoda 
Classis : Insecta 
Subclassis : Pterygota 
Infraclassis : Neoptera 
Superordo : Paraneoptera (taxon propositum) 
Ordo : Psocoptera 
   
Palaeontologia
323–0 m.a.Permiano ineunte > Recens

Psocoptera (a Graeco ψῶχος 'rosum, tritum' + πτερά 'ala'[1]) sunt ordo insectorum,[2] quae primum aevo Permiano apparuerunt, abhinc annorum a 295 ad 248 millionum. Saepe habentur maxime primitiva ex paraneopterorum.[3] Sunt plus quam 5500 species in 41 familiae in tres subordines digestae, quarum specierum multae nuperrime descriptae sunt.[4]

Psocoptera magnitudine ab uno ad decem millimetra variant.

NotaeRecensere

  1. John R. Meyer (5 Martii 2005). "Psocoptera". North Carolina State University .
  2. "National Barkfly (Outdoor Psocoptera) Recording Scheme" .
  3. Christopher O'Toole (2002). Firefly Encyclopedia of Insects and Spiders. Toronti: Firefly Books. ISBN 978-1-55297-612-8 .
  4. Alfonso N. García Aldrete (2006). "New genera of Psocoptera (Insecta), from Mexico, Belize and Ecuador (Psoquillidae, Ptiloneuridae, Lachesillidae)". Zootaxa 1319: 1–14 .

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Lee, Soo Seong, et Ian W. B. Thornton. 1967.l The family Pseudocaeciliidae (Psocoptera): a reappraisal based on the discovery of new oriental and Pacific species / by S.S. Lee and Ian W.B. Thornton. Honolulu: Entomology Department, Bernice P. Bishop Museum.
  • New, T. R. 1974. Psocoptera. Londinii: Royal Entomological Society of London. ISBN 0901546356.
  • Smithers, C. N. 1972. The classification and phylogeny of the Psocoptera. Sydneii: Trustees of the Australian Museum. ISBN 0724001751.
  • Smithers, C. N. 1990. Keys to the families and genera of Psocoptera (Arthropoda, Insecta). Sydneii Australi: Australian Museum. ISBN 0730574407.
  • Smithers, C. N., et Ian W. B. Thornton. 1975. The Psocoptera (Insecta) of Lord Howe Island. Sydneii: Australian Museum.

Nexus externiRecensere

  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Psocoptera spectant.
  Vide "Psocodea" apud Vicispecies.