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Article: Phasmida (stick insect) eggs from the Eocene of Oregon

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 37
Part: 4
Publication Date: March 1995
Page(s): 913 921
Author(s): J. T. Clark Sellick
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SELLICK, J. T. 1995. Phasmida (stick insect) eggs from the Eocene of Oregon. Palaeontology37, 4, 913–921.

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Three new taxa of fossil stick insects Eophasma oregonense, E. minor and Eophasmina manchesteri, are named from eggs found in the Eocene of Oregon. They are allocated to the tribe Anisomorphini and are the oldest known members of an extant family of the Phasmida.
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