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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Calligrammatid live?

Calligrammatid is the name of a family of extinct insects that resembled modern butterflies.
They lived from the Middle Jurassic to the early Late Cretaceous.
They are sometimes called the "butterflies of the Jurassic" because of their large and colorful wings.
Calligrammatids were widespread across Europe, Asia, and South America.
They have been found in sediments in Germany, England, China, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Russia, and Brazil.
Calligrammatids went extinct during the Cretaceous period, possibly due to climate change, volcanic activity, or competition from other insects.
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