Aleyrodidae

Drohojowska, Jowita & Szwedo, Jacek, 2013, The first Aleyrodidae from the Lowermost Eocene Oise amber (Hemiptera: Sternorrhyncha), Zootaxa 3636 (2), pp. 319-347: 340

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Aleyrodidae
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Aleyrodidae  indet.

Material. MNHN PA 15401 —fore wing and hind wing preserved ( Fig. 78View FIGURES 78 – 86), body deteriorated; MNHN PA 1297 —fore wing and hind wing ( Fig. 79View FIGURES 78 – 86), body deteriorated; MNHN PA 2287 —‘ghost inclusion’, venation of wings invisible, body weakly visible ( Fig. 80View FIGURES 78 – 86), preserved in Canada balsam; MNHN PA 2474 2 / 3 —male, venation inrecognisable, body poorly preserved ( Fig. 81View FIGURES 78 – 86), preserved in Canada balsam; MNHN PA 42 —female, quite well preserved, but with presentation in amber excluding closer identification ( Fig. 82View FIGURES 78 – 86); MNHN PA 154 —weakly visible in amber ( Fig. 83View FIGURES 78 – 86); MNHN PA 420 —female, imprint on the surface of amber, body features not preserved ( Fig. 84View FIGURES 78 – 86); MNHN PA 1607 —female, details weakly visible ( Fig. 85View FIGURES 78 – 86); MNHN PA 5072 —specimen weakly visible; MNHN PA 1796 —male, weakly visible ( Fig. 86View FIGURES 78 – 86); MNHN PA 5109 —specimen poorly preserved.

Age and occurrence. Lowermost Eocene, c. 55 − 53 Ma, Ypresian (Sparnacian), level MP 7 of the mammal fauna of Dormaal (Feugueur 1963; De Ploëg et al. 1998; Nel et al. 1999, Cavagnetto 2000, De Franceschi & De Ploëg 2003, Nel et al. 2004, Nel & Brasero 2010). Department Oise, France, 43 °N, 2.7 °E; palaeocoordinates 44.8 °N, 0.1 °E; palaeocoordinates based on nearby landmark (Paleobiology Database 2013).