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Achlysictis Acyon Adinodon Agustylus Albertatherium
Allqokirus Alphadon P C Amphiproviverra P Amphithereutes Anachlysictis
Anatherium Andinodelphys Apistodon Arminiheringia P Armintodelphys P
Bistius Caluromysiops Camptomus Caroloameghiana Chironectes
Cladosictis Coona Cryptonanus Derorhynchus Didelphidectes
Didelphis Ectoconodon Entomacodon Eoalphadon Eobrasilia
Esteslestes Gaylordia Glasbius Gracilinanus Hathliacynus
Hathlyacynus Hondadelphys Hyaenodontops Hyperdidelphys Ictioborus
Incadelphys Indodelphis Iqualadelphis Ischyrodidelphis Lestodelphys
Lutreolina Lycopsis Marmosa Marmosops Marmosopsis
Mayulestes Metachirus Micoureus Mimoperadectes Minusculodelphis
Mirandaia Mizquedelphys Monodelphis Nanodelphys Notogale
Notosmilus Paraborhyaena Paradidelphys Patagosmilus Pauladelphys
Peradectes Perathereutes Peratotherium Pharsophorus Philander
Proborhyaena Proteodidelphys Protolambda Pucadelphys Reigia
Sairadelphys Sallacyon Siamoperadectes Simpsonia Sinoperadectes
Sipalocyon Sparassocynus Stagodon Szalinia Thylacodictis
Thylacosmilus C Thylamys Thylatheridium Thylophorops Tiulordia
Turgidodon Varalphadon Xenodelphis Zygolestes

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
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