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Parahygrobiidaegroup is extinct

Parahygrobia natansgroup is extinct

Containing group: Adephaga


An extinct, aquatic family from the Jurassic of Asia. Known only from larvae. These may be the larvae of the family Liadytidae. See Ponomarenko (1992) for further details.

Other Names for Parahygrobia natans


Ponomarenko, A.G. 1977. Suborder Adephaga. Pp. 17-104 in Arnold'di, L.V., V.V. Zherikhin, L.M. Nikritin, and A.G. Ponomarenko (eds.), Mezozoiskie Zhestkokrylye. Akademiya Nauk SSSR, Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta, Vol. 161. Nauka Publishers, Moscow.

Ponomarenko, A.G. 1992. Suborder Adephaga. Pp. 19-142 in Arnold'di, L.V., V.V. Zherikhin, L.M. Nikritin, and A.G. Ponomarenko (eds.), Mesozoic Coleoptera. Smithsonian Institution Libraries, Washington, D.C. (English translation of Ponomarenko, 1977.)

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