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Advenaster Afraster Agalmaster Albebarania Aldebarania
Alkaida Alkaidia Altairia Ambigaster Ampullaster
Anorthaster Archaeasterias Archaster Archasterina Archastropecten
Archegonaster P Argaster Argoviaster Arkonaster Arthraster
Aspidaster Asteriaceros Asterias Astrocratis Astropecten
Aulacolatiaster Australaster P Baliactis Bdellocoma Benthopecten
Berckhemeraster Betelgeusia Bohemaster Brachisolaster Brisingella
Bugarachaster Buterminaster Caletaster Calliaster Calliasterella
Calliderma Capellia Carniaster Catervaparmaster Cenomanaster
Ceramaster Certonardoa Chaetasterina Chariaster Cheiraster
Chinianaster Chomataster Chrispaulia Clarkeaster Cnemidactis
Coccaster Codellaster Compsaster Comptonia Comptoniaster
Cottreauaster Coulonia Crateraster Cretasterias Ctenophoraster
Cuneaster Cymbaster Decacuminaster Delicaster Denebia
Dermaster Devonistella Diclidaster Dictydaster Dipsacaster
Doliaster Echinaster Eifelaster Embolaster Emphereaster
Eoactis P Eokainaster Eostella Eriaster Estoniaster
Eukrinaster Fandasterias Fayoumaster Foliaster Fomalhautia
Forbesiaster Fredaster Galbaster Geinitzaster Germanasterias
Girvanaster Goniaster Goniodiscaster Gordonaster Haccourtaster
Hadranderaster Helianthaster Heliaster Henricia Hessaster
Hippasteria Hudsonaster Hunsrueckaster Huroeaster Hystrixasterias
Hystriyasterias Illusioluidia Indiaster Jugiasspeciosus Jugiaster
Jurapecten Kionaster Kyraster Lacertasterias Lambertella
Lanthanaster Leioactis Lepidactis Lepidaster Lepidasterella
Lepidasterina Leptaster Leptogonium Lepyriactis Linckia
Lithaster Lophaster Lophidiaster Luidia Macroporaster
Manfredaster Marocaster Mastaster Mediaster Medinaster
Mesopalaeaster Mesotremaster Metopaster Michiganaster Mieropedina
Migmaster Miopentagonaster Mistia Mitraster Monaster
Nehalemia Neopalaeaster Noriaster Noviaster Nymphaster
Ocalaster Odontaster Ophioxenikos Ophryaster Oreaster
Oyenaster Pachyaster Palaeactis Palaeaster Palaenectria
Palaeosolaster Palaeostella Palasterina Paleaster Paleoctenodiscus
Paragonaster Parametopaster Pegaster Pentagonaster Pentasteria
Pentetagonaster Permaster Persephonaster Petraster Phillipaster
Phocidaster Phragmactis Phyrtosaster Platanaster Pleiadeaster
Plesiastropecten Plesioastropecten Plesiosolaster Pleuraster Plumaster
Poncetaster Promopalaeaster Protactis Protarthraster Protasteracanthion
Prothrissacanthias Protopalaeaster Protothyraster Protremaster Pseudarchaster
Pteraster Pulcinellaster Pycinaster Recurvaster Rhenaster
Riedaster Salteraster Savignaster Savignasterias Schlueteraster
Schoenaster Schondorfia Schuchertia Sclerasterias Silicaster
Siluraster Skiaster Sladenia Solaster Spaniaster
Spenceraster Spenceria Sphaeraster Sphaeriaster Sphaeriodiscus
Sphaerites Stauranderaster Stauraster Stibaraster Stuartzaster
Sucia Taeniactis Talecaster Teichaster Terminaster
Tesselaster Testudinaster Tethyaster Thoralaster Tomidaster
Tribuloaster Trichasteropsis P Trichotaster Trimeraster Tropidaster
Tylaster Tylasteria Ulrichaster Urasterella P Valettaster
Villebrunaster Xandarosaster Xenaster Yarravaster Zoroaster

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
Images of collectibles (scans/photos of cards, stickers, etc.) are available in the detail page
 
 

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