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    Palaeontology Volume 47(1):109-116 -- January 2004 doi:10.1111/j.0031-0239.2004.00350.x A new damselfly family from the Upper Palaeocene of Argentina Julián
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      Palaeontology
      Volume 47(1):109-116 -- January 2004
      doi:10.1111/j.0031-0239.2004.00350.x
      A new damselfly family from the Upper Palaeocene of Argentina
      Juli�n F. Petruleviius & Andr� Nel
      ABSTRACT
      A new family of damselflies, based on Latibasalia elongata gen. et sp.
      nov. and L. quispeae gen. et sp. nov., is erected from the Upper
      Palaeocene Ma�z Gordo Formation, north-western Argentina. Latibasaliidae
      fam. nov. can be included in the Zygoptera: Caloptera: Eucaloptera:
      Amphipterygida: Amphipterygoidea. Its phylogenetic relationships within
      the clade Eucaloptera Bechly, 1996 are discussed. Within
      Amphipterygoidea, Latibasaliidae could be closely related to
      Pseudolestidae or to the 'thaumatoneurid' genera Petrolestes and
      Congqingia because they share the absence of secondary antenodal
      crossveins of first and second rows and the absence of antesubnodal
      crossveins. These characters could be potential synapomorphies of these
      taxa but they are somewhat homoplastic within the Zygoptera.
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      Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 09:30:27 EST
      Subject: [paleo_bio_dinosaur_ontology] a new damselfly clade from the
      Upper Paleocene of Argentina

      STEPHAN PICKERING / Chofetz Chayim ben-Avraham
      The Dinosaur Fractals Project
      2333 Portola Drive # 4
      Santa Cruz, California 95062-4250 USA
      stephanpickering@...
      website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/paleo_bio_dinosaur_ontology
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