Jarāmaranam, Jāti, Bhava, Upādāna, Tanhā, Vedanā, Phassa, Salāyatana, Nāma-rūpa, Viññāna, Sankhārā, Avidya.
I believe they operate inversely and wanted to see further how this inversion is illustrated in the Pali canon.
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The best survey of suttas on Twelve Nidanas that I have seen can be found in "The Fundamental Teachings of Early Buddhism: A comparative study based on the Sutranga portion of the Pali Samyutta-Nikaya and the Chinese Samyuktagama" by Choong Mun-keat.
There's an entire samyutta on the Nidanas in the Connected Discourses: https://suttacentral.net/sn12