Bohn, H.: Revision of the panteli-group of Phyllodromica in Spain and Morocco (Blattaria: Blattellidae: Ectobiinae). Ent. scand. 24: 49-72. Copenhagen, Denmark. April 1993. ISSN 0013-8711. The species of the panteli-group are characterized by lobiform wings in both sexes and very specialized glands on tergite 7 in the males consisting of two pairs of long tubular pouches. The five or six species are distributed in southern Spain (P. panteli (Bolívar), P. coniformis sp. n., P. ignabolivari sp. n.) and northern Morocco (P. Janeri (Bolívar), P. vignai (Failla & Messina), P. sp. B). The distribution pattern suggests a colonization of Morocco from Spain across the Strait of Gibraltar. The characteristics of the panteli-group are reported, the relationship with other groups is discussed, all species are described and depicted, and keys for the identification of males and females are presented.