Explore extinct life by their name
(i.e., genus)

Explore extinct life by family groupings
(i.e., cladistic relationships)

Explore extinct life by geological time period
(i.e., when the life form lived)

Explore extinct life by geographic location
(i.e., where the fossils were found)

Explore extinct life by paleontologist/author
(i.e., person(s) who named the life form)

Explore fantasy life forms shaped by the human mind and experience
(i.e., fictional creatures & monsters)

An introduction to the Extinct Life Pictorial Encyclopedia along with some statistics regarding what information is available

The Dinosaur Fan Non-sports Collectibles Digest

Fiction Novels Featuring Prehistoric Animals, Mutant Beasts & Primeval Man

Return to The Dinosaur Fan home page
General information & statistics pertaining to this section of the website
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Omaimaiceras Omalaxis Omalenlina Omalia Omaliella Omalodus
Omalogyra Omalosecosa Omalosteus Omamima Omanichnus Omanicrinus
Omanidacna Omanilasma Omanimaria Omaniphyllum Omanites Omanodon
Omanoselache Ombonia Omegops Omeipsis Omeisaurus P C Omiphyllum
Omlistonia Omma Ommatartus Ommatocampe Ommatocarcinus Ommatodiscus
Ommatokrithe Ommatophoca Ommatospyris Ommokris Ommomima Omniodon
Omnivenus Omnivoropteryx Omnutakhella Omocyrtoceras Omogongylus Omogymna
Omoiotyphlops Omojuvavites Omolonella Omolonia Omolonorhynchia Omolonothyris
Omomys Omorhamphus Omosaurus Omositoidea Omosoma Omosomopsis
Omospira Omotarsius Omphalius Omphalocirrus Omphaloclathrum Omphalocyclus
Omphalodus Omphalonema Omphalophyllia Omphalophylliopsis Omphaloptycha Omphaloptychia
Omphalosaurus Omphalotheca Omphalotis Omphalotrochus Omphalotropis Ompheter
Omulevia Omuliovia Onactornis Onaraspis Onavia Oncagnostus
Onchaspis Onchiodon Onchocephalina Onchocephalites Onchocephalus Oncholichas
Onchometopus Onchonotellus Onchonotina Onchonotopis Onchonotopsis Onchonotus
Onchopeltis Onchopristis Onchopristus Onchosaurus Onchotrochus Onchus
Oncobatis Oncobrya Oncoceras Oncocherus Oncochilus Oncocladia
Oncodona Oncograptus Oncolepis Oncolpia Oncopareia Oncophora
Oncorhynchus Oncosarina Oncosella Oncotechmonus Oncotoechus Oncotympana
Oncousoecia Oncovena Ondadiplocteniopsis Ondatra Onega Oneirophanites
Oneirophantites Oneotoceras Oneotodus Onerosiconcha Onesia Onestia
Ongghonia Ongleya Oniichthys Oniscidea Oniscidia Oniscina
Oniscoidichnus Oniscolepis Onithochiton Onitshoceras Onkedodimus Onkogrypha
Onkospira Onnia Onnicalymene Onniella Onnizetina Onoba
Onobrosmius Onoclea Onohippidion Onohippidium Onokhoia Onokhoius
Onondagella Onopordumaria Ontariocrinus Onthophagus Ontocetus Ontoella
Onugorhynchia Onukia Onuphionella Onuphis Onustus Onutia
Onuxodon Onychaster Onychiopsis Onychocella Onychocellaria Onychoceras
Onychochilus Onychocrinus P Onychodectes Onychodictyon Onychodus Onychogalea C
Onychojapyx Onycholepisma Onychomachilis Onychomys Onychonycteris Onychophyllum
Onychoplecia Onychopterella Onychopteryx Onychopyge Onychoselache Onychothelyphonus
Onychothemis Onychotreta Onychoura Onycopyge Onymagnostus Onyxites
Oocephalina Oocerina Oochiton Oochorista Oocorys Ooctonus
Oocystis Oodectes Oodiscus Ooedigera Oohkotokia P Ooidellus
Ooidia Oolina Oolitella Oolithes Oolitica Ooliticia
Oolopygus Oomartus Oonendoceras Oonia Oonocarcinus Oonoceras
Oopecten Ooperiglyptus Ooperioristus Oopholis Oopsites Oosterella
Oosterinkia Oosthuizenella Oostrombus Ootarbus Ootitan Ootomaria
Ootomella

 
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
 
 

Return to top of this page