HALLAZGOS DE INSECTOS TRIÁSICOS EN LA ARGENTINA
AbstractNew findings of insects from the Middle to Upper Triassic, Potrerillos and Los Rastros Formations are listed. A survey of previous records by differents authors, described and undescribed, is also presented. Familial faunal affinities with the Triassic from South Africa (Molteno Fm.), Brazil (Santa María Fm.) and Queensland (Ipswich Series) of Australia are briefly mentioned. The new combination Palaeomantis acostai (Marquat) is proposed.
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