order

Dermaptera

Nomenclature (80)

  • Dermaptera in de Geer, 1773
  • Labidoura in Duméril, 1806
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  • Dermaptera in Hoernig, Haug, Mueller & Haug, 2022 Behavior
  • Dermaptera in Kamimura, M Karthik & Kalleshwaraswamy, 2023

Nomenclature references (59)

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  • Engel, M.S. & Haas, F. (2007) Family-Group names for Earwigs (Dermaptera). American Museum Novitates, 3567, 1–20.
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  • Heneberg, P., Hesoun, P. & Skuhrovec, J. (2016) Succession of arthropods on xerothermophilous habitats formed by sand quarrying: Epigeic beetles (Coleoptera) and orthopteroids (Orthoptera, Dermaptera and Blattodea). 95, 340–356.
  • Hoernig, M.K., Haug, C., Mueller, P. & Haug, J.T. (2022) Not quite social - possible cases of gregarious behaviour of immatures of various lineages of Insecta in 100-million-year-old amber. 97(1), 69–87.
  • Kamimura, Y., M Karthik, C. & Kalleshwaraswamy, C.M. (2023) Time to restart: Study of the Dermaptera of the Indian subcontinent. Indian Journal of Entomology, 85(4), 1213–1220. https://doi.org/10.55446/ije.2022.984
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  • Kemal, M. & Kocak, A.O. (2016) On the Entomofauna of eastern slopes of Alacabuk Mountain (Gevas district, Van Province, East Turkey). 124, 1–31.
  • Kemal, M. & Kocak, A.O. (2017) Observations and notes on Dermaptera, Mantodea and Orthoptera of Bahcesaray district (Van Province, East Turkey). 145, 1–13.
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  • Matzke, D. (2015) Earwigs (Dermaptera) and Cockroaches (Blattoptera) on Bienitz. Mitteilungen Sächsischer Entomologen, 34(113), 33, 58–61.
  • Matzke, D. (2018) Synanthropic earwigs currently present in Germany. 32(1), 6–9.
  • Mehdi, S. & Mohamed, B. (2015) Contribution to the study of soil macrofauna under Palm groves in the North-East of the Algerian Sahara (Oued Souf area). 6(6), 203–213.
  • Miles, C. (2015) The Earwig Collection (Dermatpera) of the Manchester Museum, UK, with a complete type catalogue. 141, 1–138.
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Descendants and synonyms

Stats

Names
Rank Total Valid Invalid
order12111
suborder532
infraorder330
parvorder330
nanorder220
superfamily1394
family321814
subfamily1126151
tribe431
genus386269117
subgenus22913
superspecies440
species451320842429
subspecies824933