The known fauna of Early Miocene (Burdigalian) drywood termites (Isoptera: Kalotermitidae) in amber from the Dominican Republic is revised. To the previously described Cryptotermes yamini KRISHNA & BACCHUS, four species are added to the biota: Incisitermesperitus sp. n.; Glyptotermespaleoliberatus sp. n.; G. grimaldii sp. n.; and Cryptotermes glaesarius sp. n. The record of Incisitermes is the first in Dominican amber for the genus, other species being I. krishnai EMERSON in latest Olig ocene amber from Chiapas, Mexico (descriptive notes and new photographs of I. krishnai are appended). The species of Glyptotermes are the first New World and Tertiary fossils of the genus, the only other record being a species in Pleistocene copal from Africa.
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