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Acerodon P Afropterus Ageina Alastorius Ancenycteris
Anzanycteris Archaeonycteris P Archaeopteropus P Archerops P Artibeus
Asellia Aussipterus Australonycteris P C Barbastella Boryptera
Brachipposideros C Brachyphylla Brevipalatus Cambaya Carollia
Cecilionycteris Cephalotes Chadronycteris Chamtwaria Chrotopterus
Cubanycteris Cuvierimops Dasypterus Desmodus Dhofarella
Dizzya Eidolon Eppsinycteris Eptesicus Glossophaga
Hanakia Hassianycteris Hipposideros Honrovits Hydromops
Ia Icaronycteris C Icarops C Jaegeria Karstala
Khonsunycteris Kiotomops Lapichiropteryx Lasiurus Leptonycteris
Lonchophylla Macroderma Macrotus Matthesia Megaderma
Microchiropteryx Micronycteris Miniopterus Miomyotis Miophyllorhina
Miostrellus Molossides Mops Mormoops Murina
Myotis Mystacina C Natalus Necromantis Neomops
Noctilio Notonycteris Nyctalus Nycteris Nyctimene
Nyctinomus Nyctophilus Oligomyotis Onychonycteris Palaeochiropteryx P C
Palaeonycteris Palaeophyllophora Palaeophyllopora Paleonycteris Paleptesicus
Palynephyllum Paraphyllophora Petramops Philisis Phyllonycteris
Phyllops Phyllostomus Pipistrellus Pizonyx Plecotus
Pleistomyotis Plionycteris Potamonycteris Potamops Primonatalus
Propotto Protonycteris Provampyrus Pseudorhinolophus Pteronotus
Pteropus Qarunycteris P Rhinolophus Rhinonycteris Rhizomops
Rhogeessa Rhynchonycteris Riversleigha Rousettus Saccolaimus
Saharaderma Samonycteris Scotomanes Scotophilus Shanwangia
Simonycteris Stehlinia Sturnira Suaptenos Submyotodon
Syndesmotis Tachypteron Tadarida Tanzanycteris Taphozous
Triaenops Tylonycteris Vampyravus Vaylatsia Vespertiliavus
Vespertilio Vesperugo Vulcanops Witwatia Xenorhinos

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
Images of collectibles (scans/photos of cards, stickers, etc.) are available in the detail page
 
 

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