Zhuang et al., 2021:
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||MYANMAR (Burmese (Kachin) Amber).
||The species name is an allusion to shoe-shaped gold ingot (元宝), an ancient Chinese gold medium for exchanging expensive goods, in reference to the outline of the head, which clearly resembles the shape of gold ingot.
|Primary type information
||Primary type material: holotype alate queen. Primary type locality: in amber from northern Myanmar, Kachin State, Hukawng Valley; upper Albian-lower Cenomanian (ca. 98.79 ± 0.62 Ma). Primary type depository: YKLP. Primary type specimen: YKLP-AMB-001.