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Acanthacanthus Acanthodes P C Acanthodius Acanthodopsis P Acanthospina
Acritolepis P Aganacanthus Antacanthus Antarchtonchus Apateacanthus
Archaeacanthus Arcticacanthus P Arenaceacanthus P Atopacanthus Brachyacanthus P
Brachyichthys Bracteatacanthus Brochoadmones P Bryantonchus Byssacanthoides
Cacheacanthus Cambaracanthus Campylodus Canadalepis Carycinacanthus P
Cassidiceps Cavanacanthus P Cheiracanthoides Cheiracanthus P Climatius P C
Culmacanthidae Culmacanthus Devononchus Diplacanthidae Diplacanthus
Eiffellepis Endemolepis Erriwacanthus Eupleurogmus Euthacanthus
Fecundosquama Gemuendolepis Gladiobrachus Gladiobranchus P Gomphacanthus
Gomphodus Gomphonchoporus Gomphonchus Granulacanthus Grenfellacanthus
Gyracanthides P Gyracanthus Hanilepis Haplacanthus P Helenacanthus
Homacanthus Homalacanthus P Howittacanthus P Ischnacanthus P Ishnacanthus
Kathemacanthus Laliacanthus Latviacanthus P Lenacanthus Lijiangichthys
Lodeacanthus Lupopsyrus Machaeracanthus Marsdenius Mesacanthus P
Minioracanthus Monopleurodus Monospina Narcopterus Nerepisacanthus
Nobilesquama Nodacosta Nodocosta Nodonchus Nostolepis
Nostolepoides Nostovicina Oracanthus Paranostolepis Parexus P
Paucicanthus Pechoralepis Peregrinosquama Persacanthus Pinnacanthus
Podoliacanthus Poracanthodes Promesacanthus Protogonacanthus Pruemolepis
Pseudacanthodes Ptychodictyon Radioporacanthodes Rhadinacanthus Rockycampacanthus
Rohonilepis Sabrinacanthus Sevyacanthus Sinacanthus Striacanthus
Taemasacanthus Taimyrolepis Tareyacanthus Tchunacanthus Tetanopsyrus P
Traquairia Traquairichthys P Triazeugacanthus P Trundlelepis Uraniacanthus
Utahacanthus Vernicomacanthus Vesperalia Watsonacanthus Welteldorifa
Wetteldorfia Xylacanthus Yealepis Zemlyacanthus

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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