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FIGURE 1. Gramboale prutenorum gen. et sp. nov. (No. 1799-1 [CCHH], holotype) (Anamorphidae) from Baltic amber. 1-3, Habitus in lateral (1), dorsal (2), and ventral (3) views. 4, A reconstruction of the habitus in ventral view.

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FIGURE 2. Kleinzaches germanicianus gen. et sp. nov. (No. 181-1 [CCHH], holotype) (Anamorphidae) from Bitterfeld amber. 1-2, Habitus in dorsal (1) and ventral (2) views. 3, A reconstruction of the habitus in dorsal view. 4, Close-up of the anterior part of body in latero-ventral view.

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FIGURE 3. Anamorphids from Baltic amber. 1-3, Palaecoryphus viktori gen. et sp. nov. (No. 1222-3 [CCHH], holotype), habitus in left lateral (1), dorsal (2), and right lateral (3) views. 4-6, Giltine ampeensis gen. et sp. nov. (No. AWI-133 [CVIA], holotype), a reconstruction of the habitus in dorsal view (4) and habitus in dorsal (5) and ventro-lateral (6) views.

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FIGURE 4. Anamorphid and Endomychid from Baltic amber. 1-3, Symbiotes borussiaeorientalis sp. nov. (No. 1799-2 [CCHH], holotype), habitus in dorso-lateral (1) and ventro-lateral (2) views, and a reconstruction of the habitus in dorsal view (3). 4, Laima andreei gen. et sp. nov., a reconstruction of the habitus in dorsal view.

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FIGURE 5. Endomychids from Baltic and Bitterfeld ambers. 1-3, Laima andreei gen. et sp. nov. (No. 1222-5 [CCHH], holotype), habitus in lateral (1), dorsal (2), and ventral (3) views. 4-5, Trochoideus koenigsbergicus sp. nov. (No. 1506-1 [CCHH], holotype), habitus in dorsal view (4), and antenna in lateral view (5). 6-7, Trochoideus resinatissimus sp. nov., antenna (6) and maxillary palp (7) in lateral views.

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FIGURE 6. Endomychids from Bitterfeld and Baltic ambers. 1-2, Trochoideus resinatissimus sp. nov. (No. 53-2 [CCHH], holotype), habitus in dorsal view (1), and forebody in ventral view (2). 3-5, Glesirhanis bercioi Shockley and Alekseev, 2014 (No. 1219-2 [CCHH]), habitus in dorsal (3), ventro-lateral (4), and lateral (5) views. 6-7, Phymaphoroides antennatus Motschulsky, 1856 (No. 1219-3 [CCHH]), close-up of antenna (6), and habitus in dorso-lateral view (7).

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