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Typified names:

Mandibulata

CONTENTS: 

1) Pterophora-Mandibulata Clairville 1798

2) Aptera-Mandibulata Clairville 1798

3) Mandibulata Latreille 1825

4) Mandibulata Snodgrass 1935

1) Pterophora-Mandibulata Clairville 1798 

ORIGINAL LISTED MEMBERSHIP (Clairville 1798): Coleoptera DeGeer (= Elytroptera) + Dermaptera DeGeer (= Deratoptera) + Neuroptera Linn. (= Dictyoptera) + Hymenoptera (= Phleboptera) 

TYPIFIED NAME IN BASIC FORMAT: Scarabaeus/fg (sine Cicada, Papilio, Oestrus; incl. Blatta, Libellula, Cynips)
TYPIFIED NAMES IN USE: -

MODERN STATUS: belongs to a non-accepted, paraphyletic taxon. 


2) Aptera-Mandibulata Clairville 1798

ORIGINAL LISTED MEMBERSHIP (Clairville 1798): Pododunera

OBJECTIVE SYNONYM: 
= Pododunera
Clairville 1798

TYPIFIED NAME IN BASIC FORMAT:  

MODERN STATUS:


3) Mandibulata Latreille 1825

NOMEN: Mandibulata Latreille 1825 [P.A. Latreille. Familles naturelles du règne animal. Paris, J.B. Baillière, 1825: 1-570]

ORIGINAL LISTED MEMBERSHIP (Latreille 1825): Ricinus/fg (= Ricin) + Gyropus/fg (= Gyrope) + Nirmus/fg (= Nirme) + Trichodectes/fg (Trichodectes)

SENIOR CIRCUMSCRIPTIONAL SYNONYMS:
= Ornithomyza
Dumeril 1805
= Mallophaga Nitzsch 1818
= Orthoptera epizoica Nitzsch 1818
JUNIOR CIRCUMSCRIPTIONAL SYNONYM:
= Lipoptera Shipley 1904

TYPIFIED NAME IN BASIC FORMAT: Philopterus/f=Ricinus/g
TYPIFIED NAMES IN USE: 

MODERN STATUS: a junior synonym of Mallophaga Nitzsch 1818.


4) Mandibulata Snodgrass 1935

NOMEN: Mandibulata Snodgrass 1935 [R.E. Snodgrass. Principles of insect morphology. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New York & London, 1935: 1-667]

ORIGINAL LISTED MEMBERSHIP (Snodgrass 1935): Eucrustacea (= "Crustacea") + Myriapoda + Hexapoda

SENIOR CIRCUMSCRIPTIONAL SYNONYMS:
= Cormogradi Crampton 1928
= Entomomorpha Lameere 1934

TYPIFIED NAME IN BASIC FORMAT: Pediculus/f=Scarabaeus/g (incl. Cancer, Scolopendra)
TYPIFIED NAMES IN USE: 

MODERN STATUS: generally accepted (but not the oldest) name of holophyletic taxon.
Systematic position of Mandibulata:

Euarthropoda
  Trilobitomorpha
 
Chelicerophora
    Pantopoda
    Chelicerata
  Mandibulata

Classifications of Mandibulata:

different classifications:

Mandibulata
  Eucrustacea
 
Atelocerata
    Myriapoda
    Hexapoda
Mandibulata
  Myriapoda
  Pancrustacea
    Eucrustacea
    Hexapoda

COMMENT. The name Mandibulata Snodgrass 1935 is generally accepted at the present time. However, this name is preoccupied: in the first half of XIX century there was widely used the same name Mandibulata Clairville 1798 for one of groups of winged insects (see above); besides this, the same name Mandibulata Latreille 1825 was suggested for biting lice (Mallophaga see above). The oldest name of the taxon uniting Eucrustacea, Myriapoda and Hexapoda is Polygnatha Latreille 1820 (originally Polygnathes, in French spelling); however, in the original publication the type Polygnathes did not include parasitic eucrustaceans and sucking lice, which were arttributed to the type Pseudognathes; besides this, in  earlier works the same name Polygnatha (originally Polygnathes, in French spelling) was used for a small taxon which included only terrestrial eucrustaceans and was opposed to insects and myriapods (Dumeril 1805)