Revision of the megerlei-group of the cockroach genus Phyllodromica Fieber (Blattaria: Blattellidae, Ectobiinae)

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Abstract

The species of the megerlei-group are characterised by shortened wings with typical scattered dark spots and large simple glands on tergite 7 without inner structures. Two of the species are widely distributed from south-eastern Germany to Romania and Ukraine (P. megerlei Fieber) or from Turkey to Syria (P. asiatica Bey-Bienko), the third is endemic for eastern Bulgaria (P. pulcherrima sp. n.). The characteristics of the megerlei-group are described and the relationships with the tyrrhenica-group are discussed.

Revision of the megerlei-group of the cockroach genus Phyllodromica Fieber (Blattaria: Blattellidae, Ectobiinae)

in Insect Systematics & Evolution

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