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Acanthoscorpio Acanthracochaerilus Allobuthiscorpius Allobuthus Allopalaeophonus P
Alloscorpius Anthracochaerilus Anthracoscorpio Apiscorpio Araripescorpius
Archaeoctonus P Archaeophonus Boreoscorpio Branchioscorpio Bromsgroviscorpio
Brontoscorpio Buthiscorpius Centromachus Compsoscorpius Coseleyscorpio
Cyclophthalmus Dolichophonus Eobuthus Eoctonus Eoscorpius
Eskiscorpio Europelta Europhthalmus Feistmantelia Garnettius
Gigantoscorpio Heloscorpio Hubeiscorpio Hydroscorpius Isobuthus
Kronoscorpio Labriscorpio Leioscorpio Liassiscorpionides Lichnophthalmus
Lichnoscorpius Loboarchaeoctonus Mazonia Mesophonus Microlabis
Mioscorpio Opsieobuthus Palaeobuthus Palaeomachus Palaeophonus
Palaeopisthacanthus Palaeoscorpius Paleophonus Paraisobuthus Pareobuthus
Petaloscorpio Phoxiscorpio Praearcturus Proscorpius C Protoischnurus
Pseudarchaeoctonus Pseudoarchaeoctonus Pseudobuthiscorpius Pulmonoscorpius Scoloposcorpio
Scoloscorpio Scorpio Sinoscorpius Spongiophonus Stenoscorpio
Stoermeroscorpio Telmatoscorpio Tiphoscorpio Titanoscorpio Tityus
Trachyscorpio Triconoscorpio Typhlopisthacanthus Typhloscorpius Waeringoscorpio
Wattisonia Willsiscorpio

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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