1994) for species in the insect superorder
Paraneoptera, containing Thysanoptera, Psocodoea, and Hemiptera.
Astrovioidea: a new superorder
of Paleozoic cephalopods.
Details of morphology, phylogeny, physiology, and ecology are then presented for the class Cephalocarida, class Remipedia, subclass Hoplocarida, and superorder
andits taxonomic classification was presented as follow: phylum of Angiospermae, class of Equisetopsida, subclass of Magnoliophyta,, superorder
of Asteranea, order of Lamiales, family of Orobanchaceae and the genus of Rhamphicarpa.
Elegant-crested tinamou (Eudromia elegans) belong to the family Tinamidae, which includes 47 species and 9 genera of birds native to Central and South America, and are related to ratites under the superorder
In contrast, Takhtajan (2009) recognized an order Dasypogonales within his superorder
Commelinae; this order contained four families: Dasypogonaceae (Dasypogon and Kingia), Baxteriaceae (Baxteria), Calectasiaceae (Calectasia) and Lomandraceae (Lomandra, Romnalda, Chamaexeros, Xerolirion, and Acanthocarpus); the last of which he considered to be close to Dasypogonaceae.
Given that flavonoids and triterpenoids have been proposed to be the real taxonomic markers for the superorder
of Rosiflorae (Castilho and Kaplan 2008), the fact that several phytochemical studies of different species of Licania genus (Chrysobalanaceae) have reported mainly triterpenoids with iupane, ursane, and oleanane skeletons (Braca et al.
acuta belongs to the family Physidae, the order Basommatophora, the superorder
Pulmonata, the class Gastropoda, and the phylum Mollusks.
The taxonomically neglected milliped order Glomeridesmida and family Glomeridesmidae (infraclass Pentazonia, superorder
Limacomorpha) inhabit 21, rather than seven, regions of the world, being newly recorded from Thailand; Cambodia; the Republics of Palau, the Philippines, and Vanuatu; New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago; the Island of New Guinea (both West Papua [formerly Irian Jaya], Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea); and Sulawesi and Indonesian Borneo.
Insecta Mundi: A Journal of World Insect Systematics: The milliped order Glomeridesmida (Diplopoda: Pentazonia: Limacomorpha) in Oceania, the East Indies, and southeastern Asia; first records from Palau, the Philippines, Vanuatu, New Britain, the Island of New Guinea, Cambodia, Thailand, and Borneo and Sulawesi, Indonesia