Aphidomorpha

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Aphidomorpha[1] is an infraorder within the insect order Sternorrhyncha which includes the aphids and their allies in the superfamilies Adelgoidea, Phylloxeroidea and Aphidoidea. This group also includes numerous fossil taxa of uncertain placement, such as these other superfamilies Triassoaphidoidea , Genaphidoidea, Palaeoaphidoidea, and Tajmyraphidoidea.[2]

The treatment of the members in the group varies and the following variant treatments of the extant families can be found in literature.[3]

Aphidomorpha  

Aphidoidea

   

Adelgoidea

   

Phylloxeroidea

    Aphidomorpha Aphidoidea  

Aphididae

   

Adelgidae

   

Phylloxeridae

      Aphidomorpha  

Aphidoidea

  Phylloxeroidea  

Phylloxeridae

   

Adelgidae

     

References

  1. ^ Bekker-Migdisova & Aizenberg (1991) In Rohdendorf [Ed.]. Fundamentals of Paleontology. Volume 9: Arthropoda, Tracheata, Chelicerata 267.
  2. ^ Szwedo, Jacek; Nel, André (2011-12-01). "The Oldest Aphid Insect from the Middle Triassic of the Vosges, France". Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. 56 (4). doi:10.4202/app.2010.0034. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  3. ^ Sorensen, J.T. (2009). "Aphids". In Resh, Vincent H.; Cardé, R.T. (eds.). Encyclopedia of Insects (2 ed.). Academic Press. pp. 27–31.

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