order

Embioptera Lameere, 1900

webspinners

Nomenclature (65)

  • Embides Burmeister, 1839
  • Embides Burmeister, 1839 (objective synonym of Embioptera Lameere, 1900)
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  • Embioptera Lameere, 1900 in Wipfler, Bradler, Büsse, Hammel, Mueller & Pass, 2021 Physiology
  • Embioptera Lameere, 1900 in Badano, Lenzi, O'Hara, Miller, Di Giulio, Di Giovanni & Cerretti, 2022

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  • Krauss, H.A. (1911) Monographie der Embien. Zoologica. Scientific Contributions of the New York Zoological Society, 60, 1–78. Available at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/10230891
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Descendants and synonyms

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Names
Rank Total Valid Invalid
order615
suborder440
infraorder440
family21156
subfamily22175
tribe734
genus13910237
subgenus743
superspecies660
species679466213
subspecies23185