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Anisembiidae

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Anisembiidae is a family of insects in the order Embioptera, the web-spinners. The family is divided into several subfamilies.[1] It is the largest family of webspinners.[2]

Its subfamilies include the following:

Its genera include the following:[3][4]

References

  1. ^ Engel, M. S., & Grimaldi, D. A. (2006). The earliest webspinners (Insecta: Embiodea). American Museum Novitates 3514, 1-15.
  2. ^ Eric Tentarelli (2012). A Guide to Insects. Blackwell. p. 672.
  3. ^ Maehr, M.D.; Eades, D.C. (2018). "family Anisembiidae". Embioptera species file online, Version 5.0. Retrieved 2019-05-01.
  4. ^ "Anisembiidae". GBIF. Retrieved 2019-05-01.
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Anisembiidae: Brief Summary

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Anisembiidae is a family of insects in the order Embioptera, the web-spinners. The family is divided into several subfamilies. It is the largest family of webspinners.

Its subfamilies include the following:

Anisembiinae Aporembiinae Chelicercinae Chorisembiinae Cryptembiinae Platyembiinae Scolembiinae

Its genera include the following:

Anisembia Krauss, 1911 Aporembia Ross, 2003 Brasilembia Ross, 2003 Bulbocerca Ross, 1940 Chelicerca Ross, 1940 Chorisembia Ross, 2003 Cryptembia Ross, 2003 Dactylocerca Ross, 1940 Ectyphocerca Ross, 2003 Exochosembia Ross, 2003 Glyphembia Ross, 2003 Isosembia Ross, 2003 Mesembia Ross, 1940 Microembia Ross, 1944 Oncosembia Ross, 2003 Pelorembia Ross, 1984 Phallosembia Ross, 2003 Platyembia Ross, 2003 Pogonembia Ross, 2003 Saussurembia Davis, 1940 Schizembia Ross, 1944 Scolembia Ross, 2003 † Poinarembia Ross, 2003 † Stenembia Ross, 1972
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