PaleoDB taxon number: 264093
Alternative combinations: Adonia fittoni, Mesorhyphus fittoni, Olbiogaster fittoni, Platyura fittoni
Synonym: Thiras westwoodi Giebel 1856 (taxon 264103)
Full reference: P. B. Brodie. 1845. A History of the Fossil Insects in the Secondary Rocks of England Accompanied by a Particular Account of the Strata in which they Occur, and of the Circumstances Connected with their Preservation 1-130
Sister taxa: none
- Pseudadonia fittoni: Its type locality is Dinton, Vale of Wardour, Middle Purbeck, which is in a Berriasian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal horizon in the Lulworth Formation of the United Kingdom
- Thiras westwoodi: Its type locality is Durlston Bay, Lower Purbeck, Swanage (Brodie coll.), which is in a Berriasian lagoonal/restricted shallow subtidal limestone in the Lulworth Formation of the United Kingdom.
Average measurements (in mm): body length 5.00, wing length 8.00