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Chauliodites - An Insect of the Permian and Triassic

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  • Neal Robbins
             Chauliodites was a genus of insects that lived during the Permian and Triassic. The systematic paleontology of Chauliodites is: Arthropoda
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          Chauliodites was a genus of insects that lived during the Permian and Triassic. The systematic paleontology of Chauliodites is:

      Arthropoda Latreille 1829
      Insecta Linnaeus 1758
      Notoptera Crampton 1915
      Grylloblattodea Brues and Melander 1932
      Chaulioditidae Handlirsch 1906
      Chaulioditinae Handlirsch 1908
      Chauliodites Heer 1865
      Chauliodites picteti Heer 1865
      Chauliodites antiquus Aristov 2004=Tomia antiqua Aristov 2003
      Chauliodites cancellatus Aristov 2004=Tomia cancellata Aristov 2003
      Chauliodites sennikovi Aristov 2004=Tomia sennikovi Aristov 2003
      Chauliodites costalis Aristov 2004=Tomia costalis Martynov 1936
      Chauliodites durus Aristov=Tomia dura Aristov 2003
      Chauliodites fuyuanensis Aristov 2004=Shurabia fuyuanensis Storozhenko 1997=Tomia fuyuanensis fuyuanensis Lin 1978
      C. mongolicus Aristov 2005
      C. gomankovi Aristov 2008
      C. afonini Aristov 2008
      Chauliodites ramosus Ansorge and Brauekmann 2008=Tomia ramosa Aristov 2003
      C. issadensis Aristov 2009
      C. eskovi 2011
      C. anisicus Aristov et al. 2011
      C. kitshmengensis Aristov 2013
      C. nedubrovensis Aristov 2013

          Chauliodites picteti is the type species. The holotype was found at Godewitz near Salzmunde in Germany. This fossil specimen dates to the Olenekian age (251.3 - 247.2 million years ago) of the Triassic. [Note - The source of this information is The Paleobiology Database.]
          The holotype (PIN 5102/1) of Chauliodites picteti is a forewing. It was discovered at Sokovka, Vyazniki (PIN collection 5102) in Vladimir, Russia. This fossil is dated to the Changhsingian interval (254 - 252.3 million years ago) of the Permian. [Note - The source of this information is The Paleobiology Database.]
          The holotype (PIN 1062/2) is an exoskeleton with fore and hindwings. It was unearthed in the Mal'tseva Formation at Babii Kamen' (PIN collecting 1062) in Kemerovo, Russia. It dates to the Induan age (252.3 - 251.3 million years ago) of the Triassic. [Note - The source of this information is The Paleobiology Database.]
          D.S. Aristov wrote an article titled New Grylloblattida (Insecta) from the Upper Permian and Triassic of European Russia and Kazakhstan. It was published in 2013 in Paleontological Journal, Volume 47, Issue 1, pp. 66-76. The abstract is on this link.

          D.S. Aristov also wrote an article titled New Tatarian Representatives of the Subfamily Chaulioditinae (Insecta: Grylloblattida: Chaulioditinae) from European Russia. It was published in 2008 in Paleontological Journal, Vol. 42, No. 1, 32-35. This link has the complete text. Fossil photos are included.

          Neal Robbins
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