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Chimaera
 
Acanthorhina Acmoniodus Agassizodus P Ageleodus P Agkistracanthus
Alethodontus Amylodon Antliodus Archaeobatis Arpagodus P
Balantsea Bathytheristes Bealbonn Belantsea Belgorodon
Bobbodus Brachymylus Callorhinchus Calopodus Campodus
Campyloprion Caseodus Cervifurca Chalcodus Chiastodus
Chimaera Chimaeropsis Chomatodus Chondrenchelys P Cochliodus
Copodus Cranodus Crassidonta Cristatodens Ctenopetalus
Ctenoptychius Cymatodus Cynopodius Cyrtonodus Davodus
Debeerius Delphyodontos Deltodus Deltoptychius Desmiodus
Dichelodus Diplacodus Echinochimaera Edaphadon Edaphodon
Edestus Elasmodectes Elasmodus Eomanodon Erikodus
Erismacanthus Eugeneodus Fadenia Fissodus Ganodus
Gilliodus Glossodus Glyphanodus P Gregorius Halonodon
Harpacanthus Harpacodus Harpagofututor Harriotta Helicampodus
Helicoprion P C Heliocoprion Helodopsis Helodus Hercynolepis
Heteropetalus Hunanohelicoprion Icanodus Ichthypriapus Icthypriapus
Iniopera Iniopteryx Inioxyele Inioxyle Ischyodon
Ischyodus Isotaenia Itapyrodus Janassa Lagarodus
Leiodus Leptomylus Lestrodus Lisgodus Lisogodus
Lissoprion Lophodus Macrodontacanthus Marracanthus Mazodus
Megactenopetalus Melanodus Menaspacanthus Menaspis C Mesolophodus
Metaxyacanthus Metopacanthus Myriacanthus Neopetalodus Netsepoye
Ornithoprion Orodus Pachymylus Paecilodus Papilionichthys
Paracymatodus Parahelicampodus Parahelicoprion Paredestus Peripristis
Petalodopsis Petalodus Petalorhynchus Physonemus Pilolepis
Pirodus Platyodus Platyxystrodus Pleurodus Pleuroplax
Poecilodus Polyrhizodus Pristodus Promexyele Prospiraxis
Protopirata Psaliodus Psammodus Psephodus Pseudodontichthys
Ptyktoptychion Rainerichthys Recurvacanthus Romerodus Sandalodus
Sarcoprion Serratodus Sibyrhynchus Siksika Similihariotta
Sinohelicoprion Solenodus Squaloraia Squaloraja Srianta
Stamiobatis Streblodus Synthetodus Syntomodus Tanaodus
Thoralodus Tiaraju Toxoprion Traquairius P Venustodus
Xenodus Xystrodus

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.
Pictures (artist illustrations and/or photos of fossils) are available in the detail page
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