Literature

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Sinitshenkova, ND19801980. Istoricheskoe razvitie klassa nasekomykh [Historical Development of the Class Insecta.]
Sinitshenkova, ND20022.2.1.2.3. Superorder Dictyoneuridea Handlirsch, 1906 (= Palaeodictyopteroidea)
Sinitshenkova, ND20022.2.2.2.2. Order Perlida Latreille, 1810. The Stoneflies
Sinitshenkova, ND20023.3. Ecological History of the aquatic insects
Zherikhin, VV, Sinitshenkova, ND20023.3.7. Cainozoic
Sinitshenkova, ND1974[On some early Cretaceous maylies of Transbaikalia (Insecta, Ephemeroptera).]
Sinitshenkova, ND1981[Peculiar two-winged insects from the Permian of Archangel region and Ural (Hypoperlida, Eukulojidae).]
Sinitshenkova, ND1990[The stoneflies in the continental Mesozoic deposits.]
Sinitshenkova, ND1979A new family of the Palaeodictyoptera from the Carboniferous of Siberia
Tshernova, OA, Sinitshenkova, ND1974A new fossil genus and species of the family Hexagenitidae (Ephemeroptera) from the Southern European part of the USSR and their connection with recent Ephemeroptera
Huang, J, Liu, Y, Sinitshenkova, ND, Ren, D2007A NEW FOSSIL GENUS OF SIPHLONURIDAE (INSECTA: EPHEMEROPTERA) FROM THE DAOHUGOU, INNER MONGOLIA, CHINA
Liu, Y, Sinitshenkova, ND, Ren, D2007A new genus and species of stonefly (Insecta: Plecoptera) from the Yixian Formation, Liaoning Province, China
Sinitshenkova, ND1993A new insect family Aykhalidae from the Upper Palaeozoic of Yakutia-Sakha (Insecta: Mischopterida = Megasecoptera)
Sinitshenkova, ND1999A new mayfly species of the extant genus Neoephemera from the Eocene of North America (Insecta: Ephemerida = Ephemeroptera: Neoephemeridae)
Liu, Y, Ren, D, Sinitshenkova, ND, Shih, C2006A new Middle Jurassic stonefly from Daohugou, Inner Mongolia, China (Insecta: Plecoptera)
Sinitshenkova, ND1981A new species of the Tchirkovaeidae (Dictyoneurida) from the Upper Carboniferous of the Tunguska basin
Sinitshenkova, ND2000A review of Triassic mayflies, with a description of new species from Western Siberia and Ukraine (Ephemerida = Ephemeroptera)
Liu, Y-S, Sinitshenkova, ND, Ren, D2009A revision of the Jurassic genera of stoneflies Dobbertiniopteryx Ansorge and Karanemoura Sinitshenkova, with description of new species from Daohugou, China (Insecta: Plecoptera)
Rasnitsyn, AP, Aristov, DS, Gorochov, AV, Rowland, JM, Sinitshenkova, ND2004Important new insect fossils from Carrizo Arroyo and the Permo-Carboniferous faunal boundary. In: Lucas, S.G. and Zeigler, K.E. (eds). Carboniferous-Permian transition at Carrizo Arroyo, Central New Mexico
Bashkuev, AS, Sell, J, Aristov, DS, Ponomarenko, AG, Sinitshenkova, ND, Mahler, H2012Insects from the Buntsandstein of Lower Franconia and Thuringia
Sinitshenkova, ND1987Istoricheskoe razvitie vesnyanok [Historical Development of the Stoneflies (Plecoptera = Perlida).]
McCafferty, WP, Sinitshenkova, ND1983Litobrancha from the Oligocene in Eastern Asia (Ephemeroptera: Ephemeridae)
Sinitshenkova, ND2003Main ecological events in aquatic insects history
Sinitshenkova, ND1975Mayfly larvae of the family Hexagenitidae
Sinitshenkova, ND1975Mayfly larvae of the family Hexagenitidae (Insecta, Ephemeroptera)
Sinitshenkova, ND, Zherikhin, VV1996Mesozoic lacustrine biota: extinction and persistence of communities
Sinitshenkova, ND1976New Early Cretaceous mayflies (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) from Eastern Transbaikalia
Huang, J-D, Ren, D, Sinitshenkova, ND, Shih, C-K2008New fossil mayflies (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) from the Middle Jurassic of Daohugou, Inner Mongolia, China
Huang, J-D, Ren, D, Sinitshenkova, ND, Shih, C2007New genus and species of Hexagenitidae (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) from Yixian Formation, China
Sinitshenkova, ND2000New Jersey amber mayflies: the first North American Mesozoic members of the order (Insecta: Ephemeroptera). pp. 111-125
Sinitshenkova, ND1985New Jurassic stone flies of the family Baleyopterygidae
Sinitshenkova, ND1983New Jurassic stoneflies (Perlida) from Transbaikalya
Sinitshenkova, ND2002New late Mesozoic mayflies from the Shar-teg locality, Mongolia ( Insecta, Ephemerida = Ephemeroptera)
Sinitshenkova, ND1995New Late Mesozoic stoneflies from Sharateeg, Mongolia (Plecoptera)
Sinitshenkova, ND2013New mayflies (Insecta: Ephemerida = Ephemeroptera) from the Upper Permian locality of Isady, Northern European Russia
Sinitshenkova, ND2000New mayflies from the Upper Mesozoic Transbaikalian locality Chernovskie Kopi (Insecta: Ephemerida = Ephemeroptera)
Huang, J-D, Sinitshenkova, ND, Ren, D2011New mayfly nymphs (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) from Yixian Formation, China
Sinitshenkova, ND1989New Mesozoic mayflies (Ephemerida) from Mongolia
Sinitshenkova, ND1991NEW MESOZOIC MAYFLIES FROM TRANSBAIKAL AND MONGOLIA
Sinitshenkova, ND1990New Mesozoic stoneflies from Asia
Sinitshenkova, ND, Aristov, DS2010New Permian stoneflies of the family Palaeonemouridae (Insecta: Perlida = Plecoptera) from the Isady locality
Sinitshenkova, ND2009New stoneflies (Insecta: Perlida = Plecoptera) from Eocene Rovno amber, Ukraine
Sinitshenkova, ND2011New Stoneflies (Insecta: Perlida = Plecoptera) from the Late Mesozoic Locality Khasurty, Transbaikalia
Sinitshenkova, ND2004New stoneflies of the family Palaeonemouridae from the Upper Permian of Udmurtiya and the Orenburg region (Insecta: Perlida = Plecoptera)
Sharov, AG, Sinitshenkova, ND1977Novye Paleodictyoptera s territory SSSR. [New Palaeodictyoptera from the USSR.]
Sinitshenkova, ND, Kukalová-Peck, J1997Permuralia - a new name for Uralia Kukalová-Peck, Sinitshenkova, 1992 (Insecta: Diaphanopterida = Diaphanopteridea)
Sinitshenkova, ND1980Revision of the order Permothemistida
Sinitshenkova, ND1982Systematic position of Jurassic Plecoptera Mesoleuctra gracilis Brauer, Redt., Gangl. and Platyperla platypoda Brauer, Redt., Gangl. and their stratigraphic range
Sinitshenkova, ND, Aristov, DS2012THE BIGGEST FOSSIL MAYFLY (INSECTA: EPHEMERIDA = EPHEMEROPTERA) FROM THE UPPER PERMIAN LOCALITY OF ISADY, NORTHERN EUROPEAN RUSSIA. –
Sinitshenkova, ND, Marchal-Papier, F, Grauvogel-Stamm, L, Gall, J-C2005The Ephemeridea (Insecta) from the Grès à Voltzia (early Middle Triassic) of the Vosges (NE France)

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