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Acrindusia Adelomyia Adoptysma Agapetus Agraylea
Amagupsyche Amechanites Archaeocrunoecia Archaeoneureclipsis Archaeopolycentra
Archaeotinodes Archiphilopotamus Archiptilia Archotaulius Arkharia
Aulacomyia Baga Baissoferus Baissophryganoides Bereodes
Bullivena Burminoptila Calamodontus Cladochorista Cladochoristella
Conchindusia Cretotaulius Dajella Derobrochus Detrindusia
Diplectrona Dolophilodes Dolophilus Dysoneura Echinindusia
Electracanthinus Electragapetus Electralberta Electraulax Electrocerum
Electrocrunoecia Electrocyrnus Electrodiplectrona Electrohelicopsyche Electropsilotes
Electrotrichia Eoclipsis Epididontus Erotesis Eucrunoecia
Folindusia Frugindusia Ganonema Holocentropus Hydronautia
Hydropsyche Hydroptila Indusia Juraphilopotamus Kalophryganea
Kamopanorpa Karatauliodes Karataulius Kulickiella Leptobrochus
Liadoptilia Liadotaulius Limnephilus Limnopsyche Litobrochus
Lype Maniconeurodes Marilia Mesobrochus Mesotaulius
Mesotrichopteridium Metarchitaulius Microptysma Microptysmella Microptysmodes
Miopsyche Mixtindusia Molanna Molannodes Molindusia
Multimodus Nannotrichopteron Necrotaulius Neureclipsis Novajerseya
Nyctiophylacodes Nyctiophylax Ocnerites Ogmomyia Oncovena
Ostracindusia Paladicella Palaehydropsyche Palaeocentropus Palaeocrunoecia
Palaeohelicopsyche Palaeohydrobiosis Palaeolepidostoma Palaeoludus Palaeotarsus
Palaeotaulius Palerasnitsynus Parachorista Pararchitaulius Parataulius
Paratrichopteridium Pelindusia Perissomyia Petropteron Phenacopsyche
Phryganea Phryganeidium Phryganidium Phylocentropus Piscindusia
Plecophlebus Plectrocentropus Plectrocnemia Polycentropus Potamyia
Praeathripsodes Prochita Prodontocerum Profolindusia Prophilopotamus
Prophiloptamus Prorhyacophila Pseudoberaeodes Pseudorthophlebia Psychomyia
Pteromixanum Pulchercylindratus Purbimodus Quinquania Rhyacophila
Rhyacophilites Sanctipaulus Scyphindusia Secrindusia Sinomodus
Sphaleropalpus Spirindusia Stenoptilomyia Taymyrelectron Terrindusia
Triaenodes Tricheopteryx Trichopterella Trichopteridium Trichopterodomus
Ulmerodina Uraloptysma Utania Veteropsyche Vitimotaulius
Wormaldia Zygobasis

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
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