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Aphids, Whiteflies, Coccids, etc.
 
Acanthochermes Acanthotrichaphis Acreagris Adelges Aixaphis
Alavesiaphis Albertaphis Albicoccus Alloambria Ambaraphis
Ambopemphigus Americaphis Anconatus Aniferella Annulaphis
Antonaphis Aphaorus Aphidinius Aphidioides Aphidocallis
Aphidopsis Aphidulum Aptiococcus Archescytinopsis Archiconiopteryx P
Asiopsyllidium Balticaphis Baltichaitophorus Balticomaraphis Balticorostrum
Belpsylla Berendtaphis Bernaea Biamoaphis Bolshayanoecia
Boreoscyta Brimaphis Bugyrorinaphis Buriataphis Burmacoccus
Burmitaphis Burmorthezia Burmoselis Calaphis Calgariaphis
Campaniaphis Canadaphis Canaphis Carpenterella Carsidarina
Catopsylla Caudaphis Caulinus Cicadellopsis Cicadopsyllidium
Cinara Clavicoccus Clavopsyllidium Clodionus Coccavus
Conicaudus Creaphis Cretacallis Cretamyzus Cretorthezia
Dataiaphis Diaspites Diatomyzus Dinaphis Dinoscyta
Dongbeiaphis Dracaphis Drepanochaitophorus Dubiaphis Echinaphis
Electrocallis Electrococcus Electrocornia Electromyrmococcus Electromyzus
Ellinaphis Eocallites Eocylindrites Eogyropsylla Eomakrosoura
Eomatsucoccus Eophloemyzus Eopsyllidium Eriosaphis Eriosomaphis
Eupincombea Eutrichosiphum Expansaphis Furvaphis Fushunocallites
Genaphis Geranchon Germaraphis Gondvanoaphis Gracilinervia
Grassyaphis Greenidea Greenideoida Grimaldiella Grimmenaphis
Halajaphis Hammanococcus Heidea Henningsenia Hongocallis
Huaxiacallites Huaxiaphis Isaraselis Jantardakhia Jersaphis
Jersicoccus Juleyrodes Juraphis Jurocallis Kaltanaphis
Karatavopsyllidium Khatangaphis Khotontaphis Koteya Kukaspis
Labiococcus Lachnarius Larssonaphis Leaphis Lebanaphis
Lebanococcus Leptocallites Liadopsylla Liaoaphis Lithaphis
Livia Longiradius Lukotekia Madygenopsyllidium Malmopsylla
Marmyan Megalomytisites Megantennaphis Megapodaphis Megarostrum
Mengeaphis Mesozoicaphis Mindarella Mindarus Mongoaphis
Naibia Necropsylla Neopsylloides Nevaphis Nigrosiphum
Nordaphis Nuuraphis Oisedicus Oligocallis Orbitaphis
Oviparosiphum Paernis Palaeoaphidiella Palaeoaphis Palaeoforda
Palaeogreenidea Palaeophyllaphis Palaeophylloxera Palaeosiphon Palaeothelaxes
Paleopsylloides Panirena Parvaverrucosa Pauropsylloides Penaphis
Pennygullania Permaphidopsis Permopsyllidium Permopsylloides Permothea
Petiolaphioides Petiolaphis Phyllococcus Pincombea Plioaphis
Poljanka Polychaitocallis Precinara Proeurotica Protopsyllidium
Protoscena Pseudambria Pseudamphorophora Psocoscytina Psyllidella
Psyllidiana Psyllites Pterostigma Pterotella Quisqueyaaphis
Rallotopaphis Rasnitsynaphis Retinaphis Rinorectuaphis Sbenaphis
Schizoneurites Schizoneuroides Sepiaphis Shaposhnikovia Silvaphis
Similidrepan Simulaphis Sinojuraphis Sinoviparosiphum Siphonophoroides
Sklaskania Solicoccus Sternaphis Succaphis Succinaphis
Sunaphis Sychnobrochus Szelegiewiczia Tajmyraphis Tajmyrella
Talaya Tertiaphis Tetraneurites Tinaphis Toarcopsyllidium
Tomiopsyllidium Trachaphis Transbaikalis Triassoaphis Triassopsylla
Triassothea Tripsyllidium Tsagaanaphis Turonicoccus Unicohormaphis
Unioaphis Verrucosa Vitimaphis Vosegus Xenoaphis
Xilutiancallis Yueaphis Zymus

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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