Burmella clypeata sp. nov., female imago, holotype A tarsus of left hind leg B tarsus of right hind leg C left forewing in amber D left forewing venation and size ratio of left fore- and right hind wings E distal part of left forewing F preserved basal part of right forewing. Iā€“V ā€“ tarsal segments, ci ā€“ basally connected intercalary vein, fi ā€“ basally free intercalary vein. Scale bars: 0.1 mm (A, B); 1 mm (C, D); 0.5 mm (E, F).

  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