Template:Taxonomy/Protostephanus

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Ancestral taxa
Domain: Eukaryota  [Taxonomy; edit]
(unranked): Unikonta  [Taxonomy; edit]
(unranked): Opisthokonta  [Taxonomy; edit]
(unranked): Holozoa  [Taxonomy; edit]
(unranked): Filozoa  [Taxonomy; edit]
Kingdom: Animalia  [Taxonomy; edit]
Subkingdom: Eumetazoa  [Taxonomy; edit]
Clade: Bilateria  [Taxonomy; edit]
Clade: Nephrozoa  [Taxonomy; edit]
(unranked): Protostomia  [Taxonomy; edit]
Superphylum: Ecdysozoa  [Taxonomy; edit]
(unranked): Panarthropoda  [Taxonomy; edit]
Clade: Euarthropoda  [Taxonomy; edit]
Clade: Pancrustacea  [Taxonomy; edit]
Subphylum: Hexapoda  [Taxonomy; edit]
Class: Insecta  [Taxonomy; edit]
(unranked): Dicondylia  [Taxonomy; edit]
Subclass: Pterygota  [Taxonomy; edit]
Branch: Metapterygota  [Taxonomy; edit]
Infraclass: Neoptera  [Taxonomy; edit]
(unranked): Eumetabola  [Taxonomy; edit]
(unranked): Endopterygota  [Taxonomy; edit]
Superorder: Hymenopterida  [Taxonomy; edit]
Order: Hymenoptera  [Taxonomy; edit]
(unranked): Unicalcarida  [Taxonomy; edit]
Suborder: Apocrita  [Taxonomy; edit]
Superfamily: Stephanoidea  [Taxonomy; edit]
Family: Stephanidae  [Taxonomy; edit]
Subfamily: Stephaninae  [Taxonomy; edit]
Tribe: incertae sedis  [Taxonomy; edit]
Genus: Protostephanus  [Taxonomy; edit]

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Parent: Incertae sedis/Stephaninae [Taxonomy; edit]
Rank: genus (displays as Genus)
Link: Protostephanus
Extinct: true
Always displayed: yes (major rank)
Taxonomic references: Engel, M.S.; Ortega-Blanco, J. (2008). "The fossil crown wasp Electrostephanus petiolatus Brues in Baltic Amber (Hymenoptera, Stephanidae): designation of a neotype, revised classification, and a key to amber Stephanidae". ZooKeys. 4: 55–64. doi:10.3897/zookeys.4.49. 
Parent's taxonomic references: Engel, M.S.; Ortega-Blanco, J. (2008). "The fossil crown wasp Electrostephanus petiolatus Brues in Baltic Amber (Hymenoptera, Stephanidae): designation of a neotype, revised classification, and a key to amber Stephanidae". ZooKeys. 4: 55–64. doi:10.3897/zookeys.4.49.