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Adekunbiellda Aglaurides Albertaprion Alpinotubus Ambonlepidos
Amphictene Anisocerasites Arabella Arabellites Arachnostega
Archaeogolfingia Archaeoprion Archarenicola Arenicola Arites
Arkonips P Arthrophycus Asterosalpinx Astreptoscolex P Aulakolepos
Autodetus Barbafera Bipygmaeus Brochosogenys Bundenbachochaeta
Burgessochaeta Cambrosipunculus Camptosalpinx Canadia Caprascolex
Capricornia Carbosesostris Carnicoleus Carpathiella Cementula
Circeis Clarkeolepis Clavulites Compacoleus Conora
Coprinoscolex P Crininicaminus Cryptosiphon Ctenoscolex Cubiculovinea
Cycloserpula Delosites Deltacoleus Didontogaster P Dinoscolites
Diopatraites Diploconcha Discouvermetulus Ditrupa Ditrupula
Dodecaceria Dorvillea Drilonereis Dryptoscolex Ebetallites
Elleriprion Eopolychaetus Eotomopteris Eotrophonia Epitrachys
Esconites P Eunice Eunicites Euryprion Falkosites
Fastuoscolex Filograna Filogranites Filogranula Flucticularia
Fossundecima P Furia Galeolaria Genicularia Gitonia
Glomerula Glycera Glycerites Goniada Gotlandites
Hadoprion Haileyia Halla Hammatopsis Hamulus
Hesionites Hindenites Hindeoprion Hirudopsis Homaphrodites
Howellitubus Hydroides Hypolimnus Hystriciola Ildraites
Insolicorypha Insulicorypha Iquitosia Janita Jereminella
Josephella Kadriorgaspis Kalloprion Kenostrychus Kettnerites
Khemisina Klakesia Lanceolatites Langeites Laqueoserpula
Lecathylus Lepidenteron Lepidocoleus Levisettius Lockportia
Longitubus Lumbriconereis Lumbriconereites Lumbricopsis Lysaretides
Maeandropolydora Marlenites Marphysaites Melanoraphia Mercierella
Meringosoma Metalaeospira Metavermilia Microdactylophora Microphthalmus
Microtubus Mochtyella Mojczalepas Mucroserpula Multiprion
Muroserpula Myzostomites Nawnites Neodexiospira Neomicrorbis
Neovermilia Nereidavus Nothrites Notocirrus Oblongiprion
Oenonites Oliveirania Onuphis Ophiomorphus Ophryotrocha
Ornatoporta Orthoconorca Orthopelta Ostreoblabe Ottawella
Ottawina Oxyprion Palaeoaphrodite Palaeochaeta Palaeodactylophora
Palaeopelyx Paleonereites Paleononites Paliurus Palurites
Paradrilonereigenys Paraglycerites Paragnathites Paralaeospira Paranereites
Paraterebella Parsimonia Pectinaria Pegmaticula Pentaditrupa
Pernerites Peronochaeta Phiops Phragmochaeta Phragmosalpinx
Pieckonia P Pileolaria Pistoprion Placostegus Plicacoleus
Plumulites Polychaetaspis Polydora Pomatoceros Pontobdellopsis
Praeglycera Praelumbrinereis Processoprion Pronereites Propolynoe
Propomatoceros Protarabellites Protectoconorca Proterebella Proterula
Protonympha Protula Protulites Psammosiphon Pseudopolydorites
Pteropelta Pyrgopolon Ramesses Ramphoprion Raphidiophorus
Rhamphegenys Rhaphidiophorus P Rhinodrilus Rhytiprion Rotularia
Ruedemannella Rutellifrons Ruxingella Sabellaria Salmacina
Sarcinella Sarcionata Scalarituba Schistomeringos Schizoproboscina
Sciotoprion Sclerostyla Scolecoderma Semiserpula Serpentula
Serpula Serpularia Serpulites Serratula Sinuocornu
Siphonostomites Skalenoprion Skolekichnus Sokolophocoleus Soris
Spiraserpula Spirographites Spirorbis Staurocephalites Stauronereisites
Stephanoscolex Sthenelaites Stoma Streblosoma Streptindytes
Symmetroprion Terebella Terebellites Terebellolites Tetraprion
Tetraserpula Thalenessites Thartharella Titahia Torlessia
Tosalorbis Trentonia Triadonereis Trianguligenys Tubulelloides
Turbinia Turrilepas Tymbochoos Uncinogenys Ungulites
Valvasoria Vepreculina Vermiforafacta Vermilia Vermiliopsis
Weixiserpula Woodwardiella Xanioprion

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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