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Permian fish of North America

                                               

Silurian fish of North America

                                               

Meganeuropsis americana

                                               

Meganeuropsis permiana

                                               

Kionoceras

Kionoceras an extinct nautiloid cephalopods, the orthocerid genus included in the family Kionoceratidae with a scattered worldwide distribution of the middle Ordovician to lower Permian. Kionoceratids are orthocerids with a noticeable longitudina ...

                                               

Pedanochiton

                                               

Meganeuropsis

Meganeuropsis is an extinct genus of griffinfly, Meganisoptera also known from the early Permian of North America and represents the largest known insects of all time. Meganeuropsis existed in the Artinskian age of the Permian, 283.5–290.1, mya. ...

                                               

Waagenoceras

Waagenoceras is a genus of cephalopods for the first time was at the beginning of the Permian period. It was described as fast moving nektonic predators in the database of paleobiologii. They were found in Canada, mostly in British Columbia, alth ...

                                               

Permian reptiles of North America

                                               

Carboniferous reptiles of North America

                                               

Dictyonema (graptolite)

Dictyonema fossils Dating from the upper Cambrian to Devonian age range from 488.3 to 383.7 million years ago. They are known from different localities in Europe, North America, South America, China and Morocco.

                                               

Silurian trilobites of North America

                                               

Carboniferous synapsids of North America

                                               

Permian synapsids of North America

                                               

Biolgina

Biolgina is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. He lived on the Arenig stage in the Ordovician period, approximately 478 to 471 million years ago.

                                               

Bumastides

Bumastides is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. He lived on the Arenig stage in the Ordovician period, approximately 478 to 471 million years ago.

                                               

Conoides

Conoides is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. He lived during the Cambrian period, which lasted from approximately 542 to 488 million years ago.

                                               

Folliceps

Flabellocephalus is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. He lived during the Cambrian period, which lasted from approximately 542 to 488 million years ago.

                                               

Llanoaspidella

Llanoaspidella is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived from 501 to 490 million years ago during the Dresbachian faunal stage of the late Cambrian.

                                               

Llanoaspis

Llanoaspis is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived from 501 to 490 million years ago during the Dresbachian faunal stage of the late Cambrian.

                                               

Lutesvillia

Lutesvillia is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. He lived at the beginning of the Arenig stage in the Ordovician period, a faunal stage, which lasted from approximately 478 to 471 million years ago.

                                               

Vidria

Vidria Vespa is proetid trilobites belonging to the family Phillipsiidae. The fossils occur in the middle Permian marine sediments of West Texas. It is unique among Permian age trilobites in the back of the spine arising from the Pygidium of the ...

                                               

Cambrian trilobites of North America

                                               

Ordovician trilobites of North America

                                               

Ossinodus

Ossinodus is an extinct genus of stem tetrapod. Fossils have been found from the formation Ducabrook in Queensland, Australia, built in the mid-Visean, early Carboniferous. It was originally placed in the family Whatcheeriidae, but the lack of in ...

                                               

Cambrian brachiopods of Oceania

                                               

Permian amphibians of South America

                                               

Permian reptiles of South America

                                               

Coppermine Peninsula

The Coppermine Peninsula, 1.7 km long, 500 m wide and rising to 105 m rugged rocky promontory, forming the North-Western tip of Alfatar Peninsula, Robert island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica and lying between the English channel in th ...

                                               

Peninsulas of King George Island (South Shetland Islands)

                                               

Peninsulas of Livingston Island

                                               

Barff Peninsula

The Barff Peninsula is a Peninsula forming the Eastern edge of Cumberland East Bay, island of South Georgia. It is 8 km long and stretches North-West from Sorling valley Barff point, its far end. This was probably the first time I saw a British e ...

                                               

Thatcher Peninsula

Thatcher Peninsula is a mountainous Peninsula in the North-Central part of South Georgia. Its total area is approximately 5.640 hectares, with approximately 1.620 hectares covered with vegetation. It erminates to the North in Mai point, rising be ...

                                               

Longing Peninsula

                                               

Fellowship of the Pentecostal Churches in India

The fellowship of the Pentecostal churches in India has about 1.100 churches in its network with its headquarters at Itarsi, Madhya Pradesh, India. The fellowship unanimously re-elected Dr. Matthew K. Thomas, presiding during the October conferen ...

                                               

IPC Marthandam Central Church

Central Church of the IPC Marthandam is one of the Central churches Indian Pentecostal Church of God. This is one of the most interesting spiritual centers in the district of Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India, serving the holistic event.

                                               

Pentecostalism in Kerala

Pentecostalism is a renewal movement within Protestant Christianity that places special emphasis on a direct personal experience of God through the baptism of the Holy Spirit. For Christians, this event is in commemoration of the descent of the H ...

                                               

Medical College Campus Church (Trivandrum)

                                               

Origin of Malankara Church of God Thrikkannamangal

The Malankara Church of God Thrikkannamangal Church in kottarakkara, Kerala, India, originally known as Malankara Suvisesha Sabha vessel. The first "Pentecostals" in the modern sense appeared on the scene in 1901 in Topeka Kansas in Bible school ...

                                               

Swedish Pentecostal Movement

The Swedish Pentecostal movement is a Protestant community consisting of 463 of the community, which together constitute the Swedish Pentecostal movement. Many, but not all of them are members of the Union of Pentecostal independent churches. The ...

                                               

Bjarka-Saby Chateau

Bjarka-Saby château is a castle in the Baroque style, is located South of Linkoping in Ostergotland County, Sweden. In Bjarka-Saby there are actually two locks, just call the Old and new castle Bjarka-Saby. The old building dates back to 1632. Ne ...

                                               

Pentecostal churches in Sweden

                                               

Pentecostal churches in the United Kingdom

                                               

Pentecostal churches in Canada

                                               

Pentecostal churches in the United States

                                               

Pentecostalism in the United States by state

                                               

Pentecostal churches in Australia

                                               

Nerul water pond

Neruls pond is a reservoir located in nerul, Navi Mumbai, sector-18, opposite sector-20 high road, Bhavani. It is surrounded by residential complexes and a Playground for children. The pond is decorated with surrounding coconut trees. During fest ...

                                               

Ponds in Thrissur

                                               

MeiSendorf Lakes and Bannetze Moor

In MeiSendorf lakes and Bannetze marshes is a nature reserve and bird reserve of national importance on the edge of the Lüneburg Heath in lower Saxony in Northern Germany. The special importance of this nature reserve, special recognition as a ma ...

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