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Synonym: Protomyrmeleon bascharagensis Nel and Henrotay 1992 Unfortunately, three wings are on top of each other. References: F. E. Geinitz. 1888. Beitrag zur Geologie Mecklenburgs. Archiv des Vereins der Freunde der Naturgeschichte in Mecklenburg 41:143-216 W. Zessin 1991. Die Phylogenie der Protomyrmeleontidae unter Einbeziehung neuer oberliassischer Funde (Odonata: Archizygoptera sens. nov.). Odonatologica 20(1): 97-126. A. Nel, J. F. Petrulevicius, X. Martínez-Delclòs. 2005. NEW MESOZOIC PROTOMYRMELEONTIDAE (INSECTA: ODONATOPTERA: ARCHIZYGOPTERA) FROM ASIA WITH
FossilDudeCO posted a topic in Partners in Paleontology - Member Contributions to ScienceThis is a huge announcement I have to make. It has been under wraps for quite a few months now and some of you may recall my damselfly find from the July 2017 Fossil of the Month contest. Well a HUGE thanks is in order for @oilshale for pointing me in the direction of one of his friends to help identify this beautiful specimen. Turns out this is not just a new species, or even genus, but an entirely new FAMILY that will soon be published!!! This damselfly will be labeled as the type specimen (Holotype) for the Family, Genus, AND Species. I donated this
First record of the Lower Jurassic damselfly Protomyrmeleon brunonis Geinitz, 1887 from Charmouth, UK donated to "Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart". Three wings super-imposed, without body. So far only known from Dobbertin in Mecklenburg, Germany. F. E. Geinitz (1887): Beitrag zur Geologie Mecklenburgs. Archiv des Vereins der Freunde der Naturgeschichte in Mecklenburg 41:143-216