Literature

The biology of the Embioptera is dealt with by Ross (1970, 1991) who also (1984, 1991) has described and provided keys for the identification of North American genera and Australian families, respectively. Ross (1970) and Szumik (1996) have discussed the evolution and classification of the order.

Carpenter, F. M., 1992, Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Part R. Arthropoda 4, Vols. 3 and 4 (Superclass

Hexapoda), University of Kansas, Lawrence. Hennig, W., 1981, Insect Phylogeny, Wiley, New York.

Kristensen, N. P., 1991, Phylogeny of extant hexapods, in: The Insects of Australia, 2nd ed., Vol. I (CSIRO, ed.),

Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria. Kukalova-Peck, J., 1991, Fossil history and the evolution of hexapod structures, in: The Insects of Australia, 2nd ed., Vol. I (CSIRO, ed.), Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria. Rasnitsyn, A. P., and Quicke, D. L. J. (eds.), 2002, History of Insects, Kluwer, Dordrecht. Ross, E. S., 1970, Biosystematics of the Embioptera, Annu. Rev. Entomol. 15:157-172. Ross, E. S., 1984, A synopsis of the Embiidina of the United States, Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 86:82-93. Ross, E. S., 1991, Embioptera, in: The Insects of Australia, 2nd ed., Vol. I (CSIRO, ed.), Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria.

Szumik, C. A., 1996, The higher classification of the order Embioptera: A cladistic analysis, Cladistics 12:41-64.

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