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Pelycosaur †
Aerosaurus P Agkistrognathus Angelosaurus P Apsisaurus Archaeobelus
Archaeothyris P Archaeovenator P Baldwinonus Basicranodon Bathygnathus
Casea P C Caseoides Caseopsis Clepsydrops Concavispina
Cotylorhynchus P C Cryptovenator Ctenorhachis Ctenospondylus Cutleria
Datheosaurus Dimetrodon P C Echinerpeton Edaphosaurus P C Elcabrosaurus
Elliotsmithia Embolophorus Ennatosaurus P Eothyris P Eumatthevia
Euromycter Glaucosaurus Haptodus P Heleosaurus P C Hescheleria
Ianthasaurus P Ianthodon Ianthosaurus Lupeosaurus Luperosaurus
Macromerion Macrornerion Mesenosaurus P Milosaurus Miodentosaurus
Mycterosaurus P Naosaurus C Nectosaurus Neosaurus Nitosaurus
Oedaleops P Oedalops Ophiacodon P C Oromycter Palaeohatteria
Pantelosaurus Paralonectes Phreatophasma Poecilospondylus Poliosaurus
Protoclepsydrops Pyozia Ruthenosaurus Ruthiromia Scoliomus
Secodontosaurus P Sphenacodon C Stereophallodon Stereorhachis Tappenosaurus
Thalattosaurus Theropleura Thrausmosaurus Trichasaurus Varanodon
Varanops P Varanosaurus C Watongia Winfieldia Xinpusaurus

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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