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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
Vaccinites Vacekia Vaceletia Vachonisia P Vacoea Vaculina
Vacunella Vacuocyathus Vacuopora Vacuovalvulina Vacuustroma Vadarocrinus
Vaderos Vadimia Vadimocyathus Vadosifistula Vadum Vaga
Vagaceratops P Vagalapilla Vaginella Vaginoceras Vaginulina Vaginulinopsis
Vagorichnus Vagranella Vagrania Vaivanovia Valaa Valanginella
Valanginites Valcourea Valcouroceras Valdaeshna Valdaites P Valdanchella
Valdarella Valdaria Valdariops Valdeania Valdedorsella Valdicordulia
Valdicossus Valdipsychops Valditermes Valdoraptor P Valdosaurus P Valdotriton
Valenagnostus Valenciennellus Valenia Valenictis Valenictus Valenticarbo
Valentinella Valentinia Valerianella Valerilagus Valerimys Valerymys
Valettaster Valfinia Valgipes Valhalla Valhallites Valhalloceras
Validaspis Valiukia Vallacerta Vallatotheca Vallecillosaurus Vallesaurus
Valletia Valliculastraea Vallimeadra Vallimeandra Vallimeandropsis Valliseris
Vallisia Vallites Valloisella Vallomyonia Valloria Vallupus
Valmeyerodendron Valongia Valospongia Valsalenia Valserina Valtoressia
Valumoceratina Valvalabamina Valvasoria Valvata Valvoreussella Valvulammina
Valvuliana Valvulina Valvulinella Valvulineria Valvulinoides Valyalepis
Vampalus Vampyravus Vampyrictis Vanastega Vanbreenia Vanchienolepis
Vancleavea Vandaites Vandalotreta Vandelcoaster Vandelooaster Vandenbroeckia
Vanderbeekia Vandercammenina Vandergrachtia Vanderhoofius Vandobiella Vandonia
Vanellus Vanessa Vaneyothuria Vanga Vanganardia Vania
Vaniella Vanikoro Vanikoropsis Vaningenoceras Vanitrochus Vanpalmer
Vanua Vanuxemella Vanuxemia Vanuxernella Vanvoorstia Vaquerosella
Varalphadon Varanella Varanodon Varanops P Varanosaurus C Varanus
Varasichthys Variabilifavia Variabiloconus Variamussium Variatrypa Varicardium
Variciscala Varicobairdia Varicobela Varicorbula Varicosipho Varicospira
Varidentella Variella Varilatella Varinucula Varioclymenia Variodens
Variomargosphaeridium Variopelta Variostoma Variraptor P Variseila Variseptophyllum
Varlheideites Varneycoelia Varpalmeria Varuna Varunaites Varvaria
Varvaspis Varvia Varya Vasalemmapora Vasalemmoceras Vascoceras
Vasconella Vascornis Vascothalamia Vascothalmia Vasculum Vasicekia
Vasicekites Vasicostella Vasiglobulina Vasjugania Vasnetzovia Vasocrinus
Vasovinea Vassacyon Vassallia Vassaroceras Vasseuria Vasseuromys
Vastanagama Vastanavis Vastania Vastanomys Vastaplatyura Vasticardium
Vasula Vasum Vatopsis Vattenfallia Vaucherauvillius Vaughanella
Vaughania Vaughanina Vaughanites Vaughanoseris Vaughniella Vaugonia
Vaupelia Vauquelinia Vaurealispongia Vautrinella Vautrinia Vauxia
Vauzutsinia Vauzutsubua Vavilovella Vavilovites Vavrdovella Vaylatsia

 
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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