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Acherontemys Adocoides Adocus P Akrochelys Alamosemys
Allaeochelys Amblypus Amyda P Anatolemys Ancyropus
Anglocetus Anhuichelys Annemys Anosteira P Anostira
Apertotemporalis Apoidochelys Arabemys Archaeochelys Asiachelys
Aspideretes Aspideretoides Asturichelys Aulacochelys Aurorachelys
Australochelys P Axestemys Baicalemys Baltemys Baptemys
Basilochelys Batagur Batoremys Berruchelus Borealochelys
Brodiechelys Broilia Burmemys Bysmachelys Caerachelys
Camerochelys Carteremys Cerrejonemys Changmachelys Cheirogaster
Chelone Chelonichnium Chelonipus Chelycarapookus Chelydrops
Chelydropsis Chengyuchelys Chinemys Chinlechelys Chitra
Chorlakkichelys Chrysemys Cimochelys Clemmydopsis Clemmys
Conchochelys Condorchelys Cosmochelys Craspedochelys Crassithecachelys
Cuora Cyclanorbis Deirochelys Denverus Dithyrosternon
Dogania Dracochelys Drazinderetes Duerochelys Echmatemys P
Egyptemys Eileanchelys Elseya Emarginachelys Emarginochelys
Emyda Emydoidea Emys Eorhynchochelys Eosphargis
Epiemys Episcopopus Eugenechelys Eurycephalochelys Ferganemys
Gafsachelys Geoclemys Geoemyda Gilmoremys Glaucochelone
Glyptemys Graptemys Grayemys Hackerochelys Haichemys
Heckerochelys Heishanemys Helcura Helopanoplia Hemichelys
Hokouchelys Homorophus Hoplochelys Hummelemys Hummelichelys
Hutchemys Hydraspis Indochelys Isanemys Jastmelchyi
Judithemys Kachuga Kallistira Kallokibotion Kallokibotium
Khunnuchelys Kinosternon Kizylkumemys Kyzilkumemys Larachelus
Latisternon Liaochelys Lindholmemys Lissemys Lyssemys
Macrobaena Macrocephalochelys Macrochelys Macroclemys Mauremys
Mlynarskiella Murrhardtia Naomichelys Notomorpha Ocadia
Odontochelys P C Oligochelone Ordosemys Pachychelys Palaeochelys
Palaeochersis P Palaeomedusa Palaeotheca Paleotrionyx Parachelys
Paralichelys Parathalassemys Peishanemys Peltochelys Pelusios
Peshanemys Piramys Planetochelys Planiplastron Plastomenus
Plastremys Platycheloides Platypeltis Plesiochelys Podocnemis
Proganochelys P C Protemys Proterochersis P Protochelys Protoxinjiangchelys
Psephophorus Pseudanosteira Pseudemys Pseudoanosteira Pseudograptemys
Pseudosphargis Pseudotrionyx Ptychogaster Rafetus Rhinoclemys
Roxochelys Sakya Salasemys Saurischiocomes Scutemys
Shachemys Sharemys Shartegemys Shineusemys Siamochelys
Sinamyda Sinaspideretes Sineusemys Sinochelys Sokotochelys
Solnhofia Spoochelys Stenothernus Stupendemys Temnoclemmys
Temnotrionyx Terrapene Testudoolithus Tholemys Tiantaioolithus
Tienfuchelys Tomochelone Trachemys Trachyaspis Trionyx C
Tropidemys Tsaotanemys Uluops Undjulemys Wuguia
Xenochelys Xinjiangchelys Yaxartemys Yehguia Yumenemys
Zangerlichelys Zygoramma

Name The name (genus) of the life form.
  Life Form Family Group  The family group to which the life form belongs.
This life form is Globally Extinct.  or  At least one species of this life form still exists today.  The 'cross' symbol indicates that this life form is globally extinct whereas the 'heart' symbol indicates that at least one species of this life form still exists today.
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