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TABLE 1. Members of the family Prosopidae von Meyer, 1860.

Genus Species Originally described and synonymy Age Provenance
Acareprosopon Klompmaker, 2013 Acareprosopon bouvieri (Van Straelen, 1944) Pithonoton bouvieri upper Albian Monte Orobe, Navarra (northern Spain)
Bajoprosopon n. gen. Bajoprosopon piardi n. gen. and sp. N.A. Bajocian Calvados (northwest France)
Europrosopon Klompmaker, Starzyk, Schweigert and Fraaije, 2020 Europrosopon abbreviatum (Schweitzer and Feldmann, 2009) Prosopon abbreviatum Tithonian Ernstbrunn (Austria)
Europrosopon verrucosum (Reuss, 1858) (Type of Genus) Prosopon verrucosum (= Prosopon aculeatum von Meyer, 1860; Prosopon barbulescuae Schweitzer, Feldmann, Lazăr, Schweigert and Franţescu, 2018) Tithonian Kimmeridgian Austria, Czech Republic and Romania
southern Germany
Nipponopon Karasawa, Kato and Terabe, 2006 Nipponopon hasegawai Karasawa, Kato and Terabe, 2006 N.A. Barremian Gunma Prefecture (Japan)
Prosopon von Meyer, 1840 Prosopon jocosum Thurmann in Étallon, 1861 N.A. Kimmeridgian Switzerland
Prosopon josephcollinsi Klompmaker, Starzyk, Fraaije and Schweigert, 2020 N.A. Tithonian Ernstbrunn (Austria)
Prosopon mammillatum Woodward, 1868 N.A. Bathonian Oxfordshire (United Kingdom)
Prosopon tuberosum von Meyer, 1840 (Type of Genus) N.A. Berriasian-Hauterivian Département Jura (France)
Protuberosa Schweitzer and Feldmann, 2009 Protuberosa protuberosa (Wehner, 1988) Prosopon protuberosum Kimmeridgian Saal (southern Germany)
Rathbunopon Stenzel, 1945 Rathbunopon obesum (Van Straelen, 1944) Homolopsis obesa upper Albian Monte Orobe, Navarra (northern Spain)
  Rathbunopon oblitum (Carter, 1898) Mithracia oblita Albian Cambridge (United Kingdom)
  Rathbunopon polyakron Stenzel, 1945 (Type of Genus) N.A. Cenomanian Texas (USA)
  Rathbunopon schrattenkalkensis Klompmaker, Artal and Gulisano, 2011 N.A. Aptian Austria
  Rathbunopon tuberculatum (Van Straelen, 1936) Homolopsis tuberculata Hauterivian Auxerre (southern France)
  Rathbunopon woodsi Withers, 1951 N.A. Cenomanian Devonshire (United Kingdom)

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