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Accretonemoura Afroperla P Alloperla Archaeoperla Argentinoperlidium
Aristoleuctra Baissoleuctra Baleyopteryx Barathronympha Berekia
Bestioperlisca Camptotaxineura Cardioperlisca Chloroperloides Cristonemoura
Dahuroperla Derancheperla Dicronemoura Dimoula Dipsoperla
Dobbertiniopteryx Dominiperla Dyadentomum Ecdyoperla Eodinotoperla
Eusthenioides Euxenoperla Euxenoperlella Flexoperla Fluminiperla
Fritaniopsis Gondwanoperlidium Gulou Gurvanopteryx Jurataenionema
Kaltanemoura Kaptsheranga Karanemoura Kargaloperla Leuctra
Liaotaenionema Lycoleuctra Megaleuctra Mesoleuctra Mesoleuctrisca
Mesoleuctroides Mesonemura Mesonotoperla Mesotaeniopteryx Mogzonoperla
Nemourisca Ohionympha Palaeoleuctra Palaeonemoura Palaeonemourisca
Palaeoperla Palaeotaeniopteryx P Parvinemoura Pectinoperla Perlapsocus
Perlariopsis Perlisca Perlitodes Perlomimus Perlopsis P
Permoleuctropsis Phthartus Platyperla P Plutopteryx Positopteryx
Pronemoura Properla Ramonemoura Rasilopsis Rasnitsyrina
Rectonemoura Rovnocapnia Savina Sharaperla Siberioperla
Sinoephemera Sinoperla Sinosharaperla Sinotaeniopteryx Spinoperla
Stenoperlidium Stenopermianum Sylvoperlodes Thnetus Trianguliperla
Triassoperla Tritaniella Tshekardoperla Tungussonympha Udopteryx
Uralonympha Uroperla

Name The name (genus) of the life form.
  Life Form Family Group  The family group to which the life form belongs.
This life form is Globally Extinct.  or  At least one species of this life form still exists today.  The 'cross' symbol indicates that this life form is globally extinct whereas the 'heart' symbol indicates that at least one species of this life form still exists today.
Pictures (artist illustrations and/or photos of fossils) are available in the detail page
Images of collectibles (scans/photos of cards, stickers, etc.) are available in the detail page
 
 

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