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Article: New palaeomacromiid dragonflies from the upper Palaeocene of Argentina

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 45
Part: 4
Publication Date: July 2002
Page(s): 751 758
Author(s): Julián F. Petrulevicius and André Nel
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PETRULEVICIUS, J. F., NEL, A. 2002. New palaeomacromiid dragonflies from the upper Palaeocene of Argentina. Palaeontology45, 4, 751–758.

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A new genus of palaeomacromiid dragonflies, Curviarculia, based on Curviarculia delicata sp. nov. and Curviarculia lamasi sp. nov., is erected from the upper Paleocene Maiz Gordo Formation of north-western Argentina. Phylogenetic relationships within Palaeomacromiidae are discussed, leading to a new family diagnosis.

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