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A. G. Applegarth1939The larva of Apterobittacus apterus MacLachlan (Mecoptera: Panorpidae)
B. S. Archibald2010Revision of the scorpionfly family Holcorpidae (Mecoptera), with description of a new species from Early Eocene McAbee, British Columbia, Canada
B. S. Archibald2009New Cimbrophlebiidae (Insecta: Mecoptera) from the Early Eocene at McAbee, British Columbia, Canada and Republic, Washington, USA
B. S. Archibald2005New Dinopanorpidae (Insecta: Mecoptera) from the Eocene Okanagan Highlands (British Columbia, Canada and Washington State, USA)
B. S. Archibald2005A diverse new Eocene Mecoptera (Scorpionflies, Hangingflies) fauna from the Okanagan Highlands (British Columbia, Canada and Washington State, USA)
B. S. Archibald, Rasnitsyn, A. P., Akhmetiev, M. A.2005Ecology and distribution of Cenozoic Eomeropidae (Mecoptera), and a new species of Eomerope Cockerell from the Early Eocene McAbee locality, British Columbia, Canada
D. S. Aristov, Bashkuev A. S.2008New insects (Insecta: Mecoptera, Grylloblattida) from the Middle Permian Chepanikha locality, Udmurtia
A. S. Bashkuev2016Insights into the origin and evolution of the long-proboscid scorpionfly family Aneuretopsychidae (Mecoptera) based on new Mesozoic and Palaeozoic records
A. S. Bashkuev2011Nedubroviidae, a new family of Mecoptera: the first Paleozoic long-proboscid scorpionflies
A. S. Bashkuev2010New scorpionflies (Insecta: Mecoptera: Permochoristidae) from the Ufimian of Cisuralia
A. S. Bashkuev2008The first record of Kaltanidae (Insecta: Mecoptera: Kaltanidae) from the Permian of European Russia
A. S. Bashkuev, Sell, J., Aristov, D. S., Ponomarenko, A. G., Sinitshenkova, N. D., Mahler, H.2012Insects from the Buntsandstein of Lower Franconia and Thuringia
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A. T. Beckenbach2011Mitochondrial genome sequences of representatives of three families of scorpionflies (Order Mecoptera) and evolution in a major duplication of coding sequence
R. G. Beutel, Friedrich, F., Whiting, M. F.2008Head morphology of Caurinus (Boreidae, Mecoptera) and its phylogenetic implications
R. G. Beutel, Kristensen, N. P., Pohl, H.2009Resolving insect phylogeny: The significance of cephalic structures of the Nannomecoptera in understanding endopterygote relationships
W. J. Bicha2011A review of the hangingflies (Mecoptera: Bittacidae) of South Asia with the description of a new species of Bittacus from Nepal
H. B. Boudreaux1981About the panorpoid complex
G. E. O. R. G. E. W. BYERS2005Panorpodes Discovered in North America (Mecoptera: Panorpodidae)
G. W. Byers1989The Nannochoristidae of South America (Mecoptera)
G. W. Byers1989Homologies in wing venation of primitive Diptera and Mecoptera
G. W. Byers1979Hylobittacus, a new genus of North American Bittacidae (Mecoptera)
G. W. Byers1974New generic names for Mecoptera of Australia and New Zealand
G. W. Byers1973Zoogeography of the Meropeidae (Mecoptera)
G. W. Byers1972A new genus of Mecoptera from Brazil
G. W. Byers1971An illustrated, annotated catalogue of African Mecoptera
F. M. Carpenter1986Substitute names for the extinct genera Cycloptera Martynova (Mecoptera) and Parelcana Carpenter (Orthoptera)
F. M. Carpenter1955An Eocene Bittacus (Mecoptera)
F. M. Carpenter1954The Baltic amber Mecoptera
F. M. Carpenter1931The affinities of Holcorpa maculosa Scudder and other Tertiary Mecoptera with description of a new genus
F. M. Carpenter1930The Lower Permian insects of Kansas. Part 1. Introduction and the order Mecoptera.
T. D. A. Cockerell1926A fossil orthopterous insect formelly referred to Mecoptera
G. C. Crampton1890The Genitalia of Male Diptera and Mecoptera Compared with Those of Related Insects, from the Standpoint of Phylogeny
G. C. Crampton1919A phylogenetic study of the mesothoracic terga and wing bases in Hymenoptera, Neuroptera, Mecoptera, Diptera, Trichoptera and Lepidoptera.
G. C. Crampton1917A phylogenetic study of the larval and adult head in Neuroptera, Mecoptera, Diptera, and Trichoptera
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J. W. Evans1942The morphology of Nannochorista maculipennis Tillyard (Mecoptera)
L. C. Ferrington, Jr2008Global diversity of scorpionflies and hangingflies (Mecoptera) in freshwater
G. F. Ferris, Rees B. E.1939The morphology of Panorpa nuptialis Gerstaecker (Mecoptera, Panorpidae)
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H. R. Hepburn1970The skeleto-muscular system of Mecoptera: the thorax
H. R. Hepburn1969The skeleto-muscular system of Mecoptera: the head
H. E. Hinton1958The phylogeny of the panorpoid orders
H. E. HINTON1955ON THE STRUCTURE, FUNCTION, AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE PROLEGS OF THE PANORPOIDEA, WITH A CRITICISM OF THE BERLESE-IMMS THEORY
T. F. Hlavac1974Merope tuber (Mecoptera): a wing-body interlocking mechanism

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith