2021
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcz.2021.06.004
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Updated diagnoses for the cricket family Trigonidiidae (Insecta: Orthoptera: Grylloidea) and its subfamilies (Trigonidiinae, Nemobiinae), with a review of the fossil record

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“…For example, the Cretaceous Liaonemobius Ren, 1998, which was described as a member of Trigonidiinae (Trigonidiidae) and long-listed in the Gryllidae s. str. (Cigliano et al 2021), is actually not a cricket but belongs to the Elcanidae (Desutter-Grandcolas et al 2021;Cigliano et al 2022a, b). The Cretaceous Gryllidium oweni Westwood, 1854, originally considered as 'Gryllidae', proved to belong to Phasmatodea (Coram & Jepson, 2012).…”
Section: B the Fossil Record For Cricketsmentioning
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“…For example, the Cretaceous Liaonemobius Ren, 1998, which was described as a member of Trigonidiinae (Trigonidiidae) and long-listed in the Gryllidae s. str. (Cigliano et al 2021), is actually not a cricket but belongs to the Elcanidae (Desutter-Grandcolas et al 2021;Cigliano et al 2022a, b). The Cretaceous Gryllidium oweni Westwood, 1854, originally considered as 'Gryllidae', proved to belong to Phasmatodea (Coram & Jepson, 2012).…”
Section: B the Fossil Record For Cricketsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This has been performed for the Trigonidiidae family and its two subfamilies, i.e. the Nemobiinae and Trigonidiinae (Desutter-Grandcolas et al 2021). In total, among the 12 fossils now listed for the Trigonidiidae, seven could be attributed to the Trigonidiinae (including Birmaninemobius hirsutus Xu et al, 2020b as a representative of its stem group, although described as a Nemobiinae), two juveniles could be attributed to the Nemobiinae, and two could not be reasonably considered; Curvospirus huzhengkun Liu et al 2022 clearly belongs to Trigonidiidae, but its morphological features do not allow it to be classified in either the Trigonidiinae, or the Nemobiinae, as it presents characters of both subfamilies in addition to original ones (Liu et al 2022).…”
Section: B the Fossil Record For Cricketsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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