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- Leptoconops burmiticus is an extinct species of biting midges belonging to the family Ceratopogonidae. This species was described from fossilized remains...
- Cretoperipatus burmiticus is an extinct species of velvet worm that is known from Cretaceous Burmese amber approximately 100 million years old. It was...
- Aneuretopsychina. Their lengths range from 3 mm (0.12 in) in Parapolycentropus burmiticus to 28 mm (1.1 in) in Lichnomesopsyche gloriae. The proboscis could be...
- bristles are long and hairlike. Phryssonotus brevicapensis Phryssonotus burmiticus Phryssonotus capensis Phryssonotus chilensis Phryssonotus cub**** Phryssonotus...
- from Burmese amber. †Xenozorotypus Engel & Grimaldi 2002 †Xenozorotypus burmiticus Engel & Grimaldi 2002 Zorotypus Silvestri 1913 †Zorotypus absonus Engel...
-  corticarius, A. grubbsi, and A. hoffmani. The fossil species Andrognathus burmiticus is known from approximately 99 million year old Burmese amber from Myanmar...
- Ischnomantis spinigera Ischnomantis usambarica Ischnomantis werneri †Jersimantis burmiticus †Jersimantis luzzii Junodia amoena Junodia beieri Junodia congicus Junodia...
- bullsbrookensis Smee, 1966 Leptoconops bundyensis Smee, 1966 †Leptoconops burmiticus Szadziewski, 2004 Leptoconops californiensis Wirth and Atchley, 1973 Leptoconops...
- Description of the anatomy of the fossil velvet worm Cretoperipatus burmiticus and a study on its phylogenetic relationships is published by de Sena...
- Archiculicoides burmiticus (Szadziewski & Poinar) 2005 A biting midge. Originally described as "Adelohelea" burmitica, moved from "Protoculicoides" burmiticus. Archosolva...
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