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Acantharodeia Amblytatus Anadasypus Anantiosodon Anteutatus
Anutaetus Archaeutatus Aspidocalyptus Astegotherium Asterostemma
Asymmetrura Berthawyleria Boreostemma Boreostracon Brachyostracon
Cabassous Castellanosia Caudaphorus Chaetophractus Chasicotatus
Chlamydotherium Chlamyphractus Chlamytherium Chorobates Clypeotherium
Cochlops Coelutaelus Coelutaetus Comaphorus Corynorhinus
Coscinocercus Cranithlastus Daedicuroides Dasypodon Dasypus
Doedicurus P C Doellotatus Ecinepeltus Eleutherocercus Eodasypus
Eosclerocalyptus Eosclerophorus Epipeltephilus Eucinepeltus Euphractus
Euryurus Eusclerocalyptus Eutatus Glyptatelus Glyptodon P C
Glyptodontidium Glyptostracon Glyptotherium Hemiutaetus Heteroglyptodon
Holmesina Hoplophorus Hoplophractus Isolinia Isutaetus
Kraglievichia Kuntinaru Lomaphorelus Lomaphorops Lomaphorus
Machlydotherium Macrochorobates Macroeuphractus Meteutatus Metopotoxus
Nanoastegotherium Neoglyptatelus Neosclerocalyptus Neothoracophorus Neuryurus
Nopachtus Pachyarmatherium Palaehoplophorus Palaeodoedicurus Palaeohoplophorus
Palaeopeltis Paleuphractus Pampatherium Panochthus Paraeuphractus
Paraeutatus Paraglyptodon Parahoplophorus Parapanochthus Parapeltecoelus
Paraplecotus Parapropalaehoplophorus Pedrolypeutes Peiranoa Peltecoelus
Peltephilus C Phlyctaenopyga Plaina Plaxhaplous Plohophoroides
Plohophorops Plohophorus Prodaedicurus Prodasypus Proeuphractus
Proeutatus Promyrmecophagus Propalaehoplophorus Propalaeohoplophorus Propanochthus
Propraopus Prostegotherium Protobradys Protoglyptodon Prozaedius
Prozaedyus Pseudeutatus Pseudoeuryurus Pseudoneothoracophorus Pseudoplohophorus
Pseudostegotherium Ringueletia Riostegotherium Scirrotherium Sclerocalyptus
Stegosimpsonia Stegotheriopsis Stegotherium C Stenotatus Stromaphoropsis
Stromaphorus Stromatherium Teisseiria Tolypeutes Trabalia
Trachycalyptoides Trachycalyptus Urotherium Uruguayurus Utaetus
Vassallia Vetelia Xiphuroides Yuruatherium Zaedyus
Zaphilus

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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