The earliest earwigs in amber (Dermaptera): A new genus and species from the Early Cretaceous of Lebanon

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Abstract

Rhadinolabis phoenicica Engel, Ortega-Blanco & Azar gen. et sp.n. is described and figured from two female earwigs preserved in Early Cretaceous amber from Lebanon, representing the oldest Dermaptera in amber. In addition a partial nymph is recorded from the same deposits. The placement of the genus among Neodermaptera is briefly discussed.

The earliest earwigs in amber (Dermaptera): A new genus and species from the Early Cretaceous of Lebanon

in Insect Systematics & Evolution

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