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Alloxyelula Amasis Anasyntexis Anaxyela Angaridyela
Angarixyela Anomoxyela Anthoxyela Archexyela Archoxyelyda
Asioxyela Atocus Aulidontes Baissoxyela Bolboxyela
Brachyoxyela Brachysyntexis Cenocimbex Cephites Ceroxyela
Chaetoxyela Chionoxyela Cimbex Clavellaria Cratoenigma
Cretosyntexis Daohugoa Dinoxyela Dolichostigma Electrocephus
Electrotoma Enneoxyela Eopachylosticta Eosyntexis Eoxyela
Euryxyela Ferganolyda Ferganoxyela Fushunoxyela Ghilarella
Gigantoxyela Hoplitolyda Juralyda Kempendaja Kirghizoxyela
Kuengilarva Kulbastavia Leioxyela Liadoxyela Lithoxyela
Lydoxyela Madygella Madygenius Manevalia Megaxyela
Meiaghilarella Mesocephus Mesolyda Micramphilius Microxyelecia
Mioarge Moltenia Neoxyelula Nigrimonticola Novalyda
Onokhoius Onutia Ophthalmoxyela Orthoxyela Oryctoxyela
Paleomonoctenus Pamparaphilius Parabakharius Parapamphilius Pesarinia
Praesirex Procimbex Prolyda Prosyntexis Protenthredo
Pseudocimbex Rudisiricius Sagulyda Sepulca Sepulenia
Shartexyela Shurabica Shurabisca Sinocimbex Sinosepulca
Sogutia Spathoxyela Sphenosyntexis Strophandria Syntexyela
Tapholyda Thoracotrema Trematothoracoides Trematothorax Triassoxyela
Trichiosomites Turgidontes Urosyntexis Uroxyela Xiphoxyela
Xyela Xyelinus Xyelisca Xyelites Xyelula
Xyelyda Xyelydontes

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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