Burmella paucivenosa sp. nov., male imago, holotype A abdomen, left lateral view B abdominal segments III–VII, lateral view C, D genitalia, ventrolateral view. III–VII – numbers of segments, white arrows mark remnants of gill sockets, pink area – penis lobes, light blue area – gonobasis (styliger plate), brown area styliger segment I, yellow area –styliger segment II, light green area – styliger segment III, purple area – styliger segment IV. Scale bars: 1 mm (A); 0.5 mm (B); 0.2 mm (C, D).

  Part of: Godunko RJ, Martynov AV, Staniczek AH (2021) First fossil record of the mayfly family Vietnamellidae (Insecta, Ephemeroptera) from Burmese Amber confirms its Oriental origin and gives new insights into its evolution. ZooKeys 1036: 99-120. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.1036.66435