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Polyneoptera

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The cohort Polyneoptera[1][2] is a proposed taxonomic ranking for the Orthoptera (grasshoppers, crickets, etc.) and all other Neopteran insects believed to be more closely related to Orthoptera than to any other insect orders. They possess biting mouthparts, but undergo little or no metamorphosis.

Superorders and orders

The Orthoptera Species File lists the following:[3]

Superorder Dictyoptera

Superorder Orthopterida

Synonyms include: Archaeorthoptera, Gryllidea, Orthopterodea, Orthopterodida, Orthopteroidea, Panorthoptera

Superorder †Perlidea (synonym Plecopteroidea)

Superorder not placed

References

  1. ^ Martynov (1938) Tr. Paleont. Inst. Akad. Nauk, SSSR 7(4): 70.
  2. ^ Delclos, Nel, Azar, Bechly, Dunlop, Engel, Heads (2008) Neues Jahrbuch fuer Geologie und Palaeontologie Abhandlungen 247(3): 353-381.
  3. ^ Orthoptera Species File (Version 5.0/5.0)

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Polyneoptera: Brief Summary

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The cohort Polyneoptera is a proposed taxonomic ranking for the Orthoptera (grasshoppers, crickets, etc.) and all other Neopteran insects believed to be more closely related to Orthoptera than to any other insect orders. They possess biting mouthparts, but undergo little or no metamorphosis.

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