(Panephemeroptera Euephemeroptera Euplectoptera Anteritorna Bidentiseta Furcatergaliae  
Fimbriatotergaliae Euthyplocia/fg1 - Euthyplocia/fg2)

Nomen hierarchicum: Euthyplocia/fg2 [f:1921; g:1871] (sine Campylocia, Polyplocia, Proboscidoplocia, Exeuthyplocia; incl. Mesoplocia)

In circumscription fits:

gen. Euthyplocia: Needham & Murphy 1924: 24

Euthyplocia/fg2: Kluge 2004: 229

Nominal taxa included:  

Mesoplocia/g [g:1952]

Dasyplocia/g [g:2020]

References. Ulmer 1920c: ; Needham & Murphy 1924: ; Gros & Lestage 1927: ; Ulmer 1942: ; Demoulin 1952e: ; Roback 1966: ; Edmunds & Jensen & Berner 1976: * *; Kluge & Naranjo 1994: * *; Kluge 2004: * *.

Characters of Euthyplocia/fg2 of unclear phylogenetic status (see Table).

(1) Imaginal claws [except for blunt claws on fore legs of male see Euthyplocia/fg1 (10)] are similar, pointed. Non-unique apomorphy (see Index of characters [2.2.85]); among Euthyplocia/fg1 the same in Campylocia and Polyplocia, unlike Proboscidoplocia and Afroplocia.

(2) In larva apex of fore tarsus has a projection dorsad of claw. The same in Polyplocia.

Plesiomorphies of Euthyplocia/fg2. In cubital field of fore wing several (614) sigmoid veins arise directly from CuA (Kluge 2004: Fig.69:A) [see Plesiomorphies of Euthyplocia/fg1] (unlike Campylocia and Polyplocia). Gonostylus with distal segment [single see Euthyplocia/fg1 (5)].

Variable characters of Euthyplocia/fg2. Imaginal paracercus can be well-developed in both sexes (in hecuba [Palingenia], haenschi [Euthyplocia]), or well-developed in female and vestigial in male (in inaccessibile [E.]).

Size. Fore wing length 2040 mm.

Distribution. Neotropical Region.

Nominal species in Euthyplocia/fg2: 

  aequatorialis Gonçalves & Pescador & Peters 2020 [Dasyplocia]   typus nominis Dasyplocia

haenschi Ulmer 1942 [Euthyplocia]

hecuba Hagen 1861 [Palingenia] typus nominis Euthyplocia ,

inaccessibile Kluge & Naranjo 1994 [Euthyplocia] ,,

intermedia Demoulin 1952 [Mesoplocia]