Quarternary

Among the articulated brachiopods, only Rhynchonellida and Terebratulida have survived until today. All species of this "Quaternary drawer" are classified in these two orders.

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Notosaria nigrigans (Sowerby)
Otago / New Zealand

Recent

Waltonia (Calloria) inconspicua (Sowerby)
Otago / New Zealand

Frenulina sanguinolenta (Gmelin)
Panglao Island / Philippines
Laqueus erythraeus (Dall)
Californie / USA
Terebratalia transversa (Sowerby)
Californie / USA
This species is found in Miocene to Recent strata.
Terebratella sp (?)
Hawke's Bay / New Zealand
Neothyris ovalis (Hutton) and its morph elongata
Wairarapa Coast / Nouvelle Zélande

 The Pleistocene and Holocene genera :

Aerothyris, Magasella, Magellania, Waltonia, Bouchardia, Bouchardiella, Neobouchardia, Lutetiarcula, Laqueus, Magadina, Pirothyris, Kikaithyris, Megerlina, Dallina, Hemithyris, Notosaria, Tegulorhynchia, Neorhynchia, Basiliola, Streptaria, Rhytirhynchia, Frieleia, Terebratalia, Compsothyris...

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