NOTE: this is based on a living genus, but the fossils are reported only from the Jurassic. These almost certainly are not Pterotrachea, but just as long as we do not range them through to the present, then it should not matter too much.
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Synonym: Firola Bruguière 1791
Sister taxon: Firoloida
Subtaxa: Pterotrachea ceratophagus
Ecology: nektonic carnivore
Distribution: found only at Unterstürmig brick pit (Jurassic of Germany)
Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.
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