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Salamanders & Newts
 
Adelphesiren Ambystoma Ambystomichnus P Amphitriton Amphiuma C
Andrias P C Apricosiren Archaeotriton Aviturus Bargmannia
Batrachosauroides Batrachoseps Beiyanerpeton Bishara Brachycomus
Brachycormus Calverpeton Carpathotriton Chelotriton Chrysotriton
Chunerpeton P Comonecturoides Cryptobranchus C Cynops Eoscapherpeton
Eurycea Galverpeton Geyeriella Habrosaurus Hemitrypus
Horezmia Hydromantes Hylaeobatrachus Iridotriton Jeholotriton
Kababisha Karaurus P Karsenia Kiyatriton Koaliella
Koalliella Kokartus Laccotriton P Liaoxitriton Lisserpeton
Marmonerpeton Marmorerpeton Megalotriton Mioproteus Mynbulakia
Necturus Nesovtriton Nezpercius Noterpeton Nukusurus
Oligosemia Opisthotriton Orthophyia Palaeopleurodeles Palaeoproteus
Paleoamphiuma Pangerpeton Paranecturus Parrisia Peratosauroides
Piceoerpeton Plethodon Proamphiuma Procynops Prodesmodon
Prosiren Proteus Pseudobranchus Ramonellus Regalerpeton
Salamandra Scapherpeton Seminobatrachus Sinerpeton P Siren C
Sirilorica Triassurus Ulanurus Urupia Valdotriton
Wolterstorffiella Zaissanurus

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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