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FIGURE 1. Nitorus succinius sp. nov., holotype female, habitus in dorsal (1), and ventral (2) views. Scale bars equal 1 mm.

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FIGURE 2. Nitorus succinius sp. nov., holotype female., habitus in latero-caudal view (1), thorax in ventral view (2), details of forebody in dorsal view (3), and elytra in dorsal view (4). Not reproduced to the same scale. Total body length is 2.8 mm.

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FIGURE 3. Steropes eleticinoides sp. nov., holotype female, habitus in left lateral (1), and right dorso-lateral (2) views. Scale bars equal 1 mm.

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FIGURE 4. Steropes eleticinoides sp. nov., holotype female, details of forebody in left lateral view (1), meso- and metatarsus (2), arrow indicates one of ventral blades. Not reproduced to the same scale. Total body length is about 6 mm.

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FIGURE 5. Tomoderus saecularis sp. nov., holotype, habitus in dorsal (1), and ventral (2) views. Scale bars equal 1 mm.

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FIGURE 6. “Eurygenius” wickhami Cockerell, holotype, habitus, dorsal view, in different light racurses (1, 2) (photo courtesy: BMNH). Scale bars equal 1 mm.

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FIGURE 7. Number of genera and species of the Anthicidae and Ischaliidae reported per epochs.

 

 

 

FIGURE 8. Trend of publications containing fossil records on Anthicidae or Ischaliidae.

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