Haglida

Male great grig Cyphoderris monstrosa, photographed by James Miskelly.


Belongs within: Ensifera.
Contains: Apohaglida.

The Haglida is a clade within the Orthoptera ancestrally characterised by the presence in males of a 'fan' in the forewings, an expansion between the branches of the posterior cubital vein (Béthoux & Nel 2002).

Synapomorphies (from Béthoux & Nel 2002): Forewings with RP posteriorly ramified, with its branches distally ramified or RP simple; handle (pseudo-vein between origin of anastomosis CuA+CuPaα and CuPaβ) present; fan present (reversed in some derived taxa); branches of CuA + CuPaα strongly approximate (reversed in some derived taxa).

<==Haglida
    |--Hagloptera intermedia Gorokhov 1986 BN02
    `--Metahaglida BN02
         |--+--Isfaroptera [Isfaropterinae] BN02
         |  |    `--I. grylliformis Martynov 1937 BN02
         |  `--Haglidae GR02
         |       |--Cyphoderris monstrosa TW05
         |       |--Hagla BN02
         |       |    |--*H. gracilis BN02
         |       |    `--H. contorta Riek 1974 BNL02
         |       `--Lyrohagla BN02
         |            |--L. pravdini Gorokhov 1986 BN02
         |            `--L. uvarovi GR02
         `--Apohaglida BN02

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[BN02] Béthoux, O., & A. Nel. 2002. Venation pattern and revision of Orthoptera sensu nov. and sister groups. Phylogeny of Palaeozoic and Mesozoic Orthoptera sensu nov. Zootaxa 96: 1-88.

[BNL02] Béthoux, O., A. Nel, J. Lapeyrie, G. Gand & J. Galtier. 2002. Raphogla rubra gen. n., sp. n., the oldest representative of the clade of modern Ensifera (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidea, Gryllidea). European Journal of Entomology 99: 111-116.

[GR02] Gorochov, A. V., & A. P. Rasnitsyn. 2002. Superorder Gryllidea Laicharting, 1781 (=Orthopteroidea Handlirsch, 1903). In History of Insects (A. P. Rasnitsyn & D. L. J. Quicke, eds) pp. 293-303. Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht.

[TW05] Terry, M. D., & M. F. Whiting. 2005. Mantophasmatodea and phylogeny of the lower neopterous insects. Cladistics 21: 240-257.

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