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Acaenolithus P Actinozygus Acuturris Ahmuellerella Amphizygus
Anfractus Angulolithina P Ansulasphaera Archaeozygodiscus Arkhangelskiella
Aspidolithus Assipetra Axopodorhabdus P Bibreviconus Bidiscus
Bifidalithus Biscutum Boletuvelum Bownia P Braarudosphaera
Braloweria Broinsonia Bucanthus Bukryaster Bukrylithus P
Bussonius Calcicalathina Calciosolenia Calcivascularis Calculites
Calyculus Carinolithus Catillus P Centosphaera Ceratolithina
Ceratolithoides Chiastella Chiastozygus Chiphragmalithus Cleistorhabdus
Clepsilithus Coccolithites Coccolithophora Coccolithus Coccosphaerida
Conusphaera Corollithion Costacentrum Crepidolithus Cretarhabdus
Cretaturbella Cribrocorona Cribrosphaera Cribrosphaerella Cricolithus
Crucibiscutum Crucicribrum Cruciellipsis Cruciplacolithus Crucirhabdus
Cyclagelosphaera Cyclococcolithus Cyclolithus Cylindralithus Darwinilithus
Deflandrius Dekapodorhabdus Diadorhombus Diadozygus Diazomatolithus
Diductius Discoaster Discolithina Discolithus Discorhabdus
Dodekapodorhabdus Eiffellithus Ellipsagelosphaera Eoconusphaera Eprolithus
Ethmorhabdus Eurhabdus Farhania Faviconus Flabellites
Gaarderella Gartnerago Gephyrobiscutum P Glaukolithus Goniolithus
Gorkaea Grantarhabdus Haqius Hayesites Helenea
Helicosphaera Hemipodorhabdus Heteromarginatus Hexalithus Hexapodorhabdus
Isocrystallithus Isojulus Isolithus Kamptnerius Kokia
Lacunolithus Laguncula Lapideacassis Liliasterites Lithastrinus
Lithostromation Lithraphidites Lophodolithusis Lotharingius Loxolithus
Lucianorhabdus Manivitella Markalius Martiniaster Mathasterites
Mazaganella Metadoga Micrantholithus Microrhabdulus Microstaurus
Millbrookia Miravetesina Mirevetesina Misceomarginatus Mitosia
Mitrolithus Monomarginatus Multipartis Munarinus Nannoconus
Neochiastozygus Neocrepidolithus Nephrolithus Nodosella Octocyclus
Octolithus Octopodorhabdus Okkolithus Orastrum Orthogonoides
Ottavianus Owenia Palaeopontosphaera Paralithella Parhabdolithus
Perchnielsenella Percivalia Perissocyclus Perrisocyclus Petrarhabdus
Petrobrasiella Pharus Pickelhaube Placozygus Podorhabdus
Polycostella Polycyclolilthus Polypodorhabdus Pontosphaera Praeprinsius
Prediscosphaera Prinsiosphaera Prinsius Proculithus Prolatipatella
Pseudoconus Pseudolithraphidites Pseudomicula Quadrum Radiolithus
Ramsaya Rectilius Reinhardtites Repagulum Retecapsa
Rhabdolekiscus Rhabdolithus Rhabdophidites Rhagodiscus Rhombolithion
Rotelapillus Rothia Rucinolithus Russellia Saepiovirgata
Saeptella Scampanella Scapholithus Semihololithus Seribiscutum
Similiscutum Sollasites Speetonia Staurolithites Staurorhabdus
Stephanolithion Stoverius Stradneria Stradnerlithus Syracosphaera
Tegulalithus Tegumentum Teichorhabdus Tetralithus Tetrapodorhabdus
Thiersteinia Thurmannolithion Timorella Timorhabdus Tortolithus
Toweius Tranolithus Trapezopentus Tremalithus Triquetrorhabdulus
Triscutum Trochoaster Truncatoscaphus Tubirhabdus Tubodiscus
Umbria Uniplanarius Vagalapilla Vaucherauvillius Vekshinella
Vikosphaera Watkinsia Watznaueria Zebrashapka Zeugrhabdotus
Zygodiscus Zygolithus Zygrhablithus

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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