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Figure  10 — 1,  <b>Thysanura</b> in lateral view, MCNA 8638, body length 3 mm.  2...
Published: 01 January 2000
Figure 10 — 1, Thysanura in lateral view, MCNA 8638, body length 3 mm. 2, Blattodea (larva) in ventro-lateral view, MCNA 8639, body length 3.6 mm. 3, Psocoptera, Archaetropidae in ventral view, MCNA 8640.1, body length 2 mm. 4, Thysanoptera, Aeolothripidae, Terebrantia in dorsal view, MCNA
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in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2013
domestica in dorsal view. E) A simplified cladogram showing the relationships of the Archaeognatha, Thysanura, and winged insects based on inferred relationships suggested by Grimaldi and Engel (2005) . Abbreviations: a  =  antenna; gs  =  gonostyli; s  =  (other) abdominal styli; tf  =  terminal filament
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2013
PALAIOS (2013) 28 (4): 243–258.
... domestica in dorsal view. E) A simplified cladogram showing the relationships of the Archaeognatha, Thysanura, and winged insects based on inferred relationships suggested by Grimaldi and Engel (2005) . Abbreviations: a  =  antenna; gs  =  gonostyli; s  =  (other) abdominal styli; tf  =  terminal filament...
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Published: 01 May 2002
Journal of Paleontology (2002) 76 (3): 546–557.
... to the palps). Only three major groups amongst extinct (fossil) and extant insects, the Monura, Archaeognatha and Thysanura, possess three pairs of thoracic legs, an elongate abdomen bearing delicate appendages, and thin caudal filaments ( Shear and Kukalová-Peck, 1990 ). The Archaeognatha (bristletails...
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Published: 01 November 2001
Journal of Paleontology (2001) 75 (6): 1152–1160.
..., and Thysanura. It is possible that Pterygota occurred as early as the Upper Devonian, but, again, there is no evidence for this. Another major gap in the fossil record is from the Lower Carboniferous, when we would expect early, stem-group pterygotes, perhaps forms that would help resolve relationships among...
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Journal: Clay Minerals
Published: 01 December 2018
Clay Minerals (2018) 53 (4): 665–674.
... M.K. , Tisch M. & Scharninghausen J.J. ( 2006 ) Efficacy of modified diatomaceous earth on different cockroach species (Orthoptera, Blattellidae) and silverfish (Thysanura, Lepismatidae) . Journal of Pest Science , 79 , 155 – 161 . Fernandez-Saavedra R. , Darder M...
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Published: 01 January 2000
Journal of Paleontology (2000) 74 (1): 158–178.
...Figure 10 — 1, Thysanura in lateral view, MCNA 8638, body length 3 mm. 2, Blattodea (larva) in ventro-lateral view, MCNA 8639, body length 3.6 mm. 3, Psocoptera, Archaetropidae in ventral view, MCNA 8640.1, body length 2 mm. 4, Thysanoptera, Aeolothripidae, Terebrantia in dorsal view, MCNA...
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Published: 01 June 1987
Journal of the Geological Society (1987) 144 (3): 507–511.
..., then insects are the most successful class of organisms of all time. Insects are also abundant animals, and it has been estimated that the current global population totals about 1 X 10 individuals (Wigglesworth 1964). The earliest evidence of true insects (Pterygota and Thysanura auctt.) is from the Upper...
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Published: 03 November 2008
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2008) 45 (9): 1061–1082.
... ) Entomocerus mirus Christiansen and Pike, 2002 xx ( Christiansen and Pike 2002 ) ORDER THYSANURA Family Lepismatidae xx ( Skidmore 1999 ) ORDER PROTURA 1 ( Skidmore 1999 ) ORDER ACARI Acariformes Suborder Oribatida Family Oribatidae xx xx ( Skidmore 1999...
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