You are right in that it is not listed. However, Pentium D and Pentium Duel-core are pretty similar, and I would be genuinely surprised if it did not work on an aftermarket board.
Anywho, you are talking about a pretty old CPU, and if your mobo died then it is only a matter of time for the HDD and other parts to wear out on you, so it may be time to start saving money for a newer system.
One other thing of note: If this is a Dell or HP then make sure that the mobo you are replacing follows the ATX spec. Most of them follow the BTX standard, and the ATX boards I linked simply will not work in a BTX style housing.