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L. N. Anisyutkin, Anichkin, A. E., Van Thinh, N.2013Macrostylopyga gen. nov., a new genus of cockroaches (Dictyoptera: Blattidae), with descriptions of two new species
L. N. Anisyutkin, Gröhn C.2012New cockroaches (Dictyoptera: Blattina) from baltic amber, with the description of a new genus and species: Stegoblatta irmgardgroehni
P. Barna2016Blattaria of the Green River Formation
Y. Guo, Béthoux, O., Gu, J. - J., Ren, D.2013Wing venation homologies in Pennsylvanian ‘cockroachoids' (Insecta) clarified thanks to a remarkable specimen from the Pennsylvanian of Ningxia (China)
S. - W. Lee2016Mantodea and Blattaria (Insecta) from the Aptian Crato Formation, Northeast Brazil
F. Meunier1921Nouvelles recherches sur les insectes du terrain houiller de Commentry (Allier) (troisième partie). Orthoptères Blattidae
L. M. Roth1989Cockroach genera whose adult males lack styles. Part I. (Dictyoptera: Blattaria: Blattellidae)
L. M. Roth1988Some cavernicolous and epigean cockroaches with six new species, and a discussion of the Nocticolidae (Dictyoptera: Blattaria)
H. E. I. K. O. SCHMIED2008Cockroaches (Blattodea) from the Messel Formation (Germany)
J. Ö. R. G. W. SCHNEIDER, Lucas S. G.2016Cockroaches (order Blattodea) as a tool in regional to global biostratigraphy of Late Palaeozoic continental and mixed marine-continental deposits
P. Vršanský, Vidlicka, L., Barna, P., Bugdaeva, E., Markevich, V.2013Paleocene origin of the cockroach families Blaberidae and Corydiidae: evidence from Amur River region of Russia
A. Vélez-Bravo2013One new genus of cockroach in the Neotropical subfamily Nyctiborinae (Dictyoptera: Blattodea: Ectobiidae)
S. - Y. Wang, Si-Qin, L. Ge, Wen-Zhu,, Cui, J. - Z., Yang, X. - K.2012Study of the pepper pest genus, Lanka Maulik, and with descriptions of two new species from China (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae, Alticinae)
D. Wei, Béthoux, O., Guo, Y., SCHNEIDER, J. W., Ren, D.2013New data on the singularly rare ‘cockroachoids’ from Xiaheyan (Pennsylvanian; Ningxia, China)
Z. Zhang, Schneider, J. W., Hong, Y.2013The most ancient roach (Blattodea): a new genus and species from the earliest Late Carboniferous (Namurian) of China, with a discussion of the phylomorphogeny of early blattids
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