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Lobe-finned Fish
Achoania Alcoveria Allenypterus P Archichthys Axelia
Axelrodichthys P C Aztecia Barameda P C Beelarongia Belemnocerca
Bogdanovia Bukkanodus Bunoderma Canningius Canowindra
Cardiosuctor Caridosuctor P Chagrinia Changxingia Chaohuichthys
Charitosaurus Chinlea Chouhuichthys Chrysolepis Cladarosymblema
Coccoderma P Coelacanthopsis Coelacanthus C Coelocanthopsis Collettosaurus
Cricodus Cryptolepis Cualabaea Devonosteus Dictyonosteus
Diplocercides Diplopterus Diplurus C Dumfregia Ectosteorhachis
Elginerpeton P Elpistostege Euporosteus Eusthenopteron P C Garnbergia
Gavinia Glyptopomus Gogonasus Gooloogongia Granbergia
Graphiurichthys Grossius Guiyu Guizhoucoelacanthus Gyroptychius
Hadronector Hainbergia Hamodus Heptanema Holophagus
Holopterygius Holoptychius Holoptychus Howidipterus Howittichthys
Hyneria Indocoelacanthus Kenichthys Koharalepis Koharolepis
Langlieria Latvius Laugia Letognathus Libys
Ligulalepis Litoptychius Livoniana Lochmocercus Lohsania
Luckeus Lukeus Luopingcoelacanthus Macropoma Macropomoides
Mahalalepis Marsdenichthys Mawsonia P Medoevia Meemannia
Megacoelacanthus Megadonichthys Megalichthys Megalocoelacanthus Megapomus
Megistolepis Miguashaia Miguashuia Moenkopia Muranjilepis
Mylacanthus Nesides Notorhizodon Obruchevichthys Onychodus
Osteolepis P C Owensia Panderichthys C Parapanderichthys Parnaibaia
Platycephalichthys Platyethmoidia Polyosteorhynchus Porolepis Propycnotenion
Psarolepis Pycnoctenion Qingmenodus Quayia Quebecius
Rebellatrix Rhabdoderma Rhipis Rhizodopsis Rhizodus
Sassenia Sauripteris Sauripterus Scleracanthus Screbinodus
Sengoerichthys Shirolepis Shoshonia Sinocoelacanthus Spermatodus
Spodichthys Sterropterygion Strepsodus Strunius Styloichthys
Swenzia Synaptolus Synaptotylus Thaumatolepis Thursius
Thysanolepis Ticinepomis Tiktaalik P C Tinirau Tristrichopterus
Tungsenia Undina Vorobjevaia Wenzia Whiteia
Wimania Youngichthys Yunnancoelacanthus

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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