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Preshistoric Sharks, Rays, Skates †
 
Acandylacanthus Acondylacanthus P Acrodonchus Acrodus P Acronemus
Acrorhizodus Adamantina Aegyptobatus Akmonistion P Altholepis
Amacanthus Amelacanthus Anachronistes Anaclitacanthus Ancistriodus
Angoumeius Annulicorona Anodontacanthus Antarctilamna P Arauzia
Arctacanthus Arduodens P Areyonga Asteracanthus P Asteroptychius
Aztecodus Bahariyodon Bandringa Barbclabornia Batacanthus
Bathycheilodus Bdellodus Bebhacanthus Bethacanthulus Bethacanthus
Bohemiacanthus Brachyrhizodus Bransonella Bulbocanthus Bythiacanthus
Carcharopsis Carinacanthus Carinasubcorona Cassisodus Cederstroemia
Celtiberina Changxingselache Cladodoides Cladodus Cladolepis
Cladoselache C Cobelodus Coelosteus Complanicorona Coniunctio
Cooleyella Coronodus Cratoselache Cretascyllium Cretomanta
Ctenacanthus Dabasacanthus Dalmehodus Damocles Danaea
Deihim Deirolepis Denaea Dendrodus Diablodontus
Diabodus Diacranodus Diademodus Dicentrodus Dicrenodus
Didymodus Diplodoselache Diplodus Diplolonchidion Distobatus
Dittodus Doliodus Dolophonodus Doratodus Drepanacanthus
Duffinselache Duplisuggestus Dwykaselachus Echinodus Egertonodus
Elegestolepis Ellesmereia Emsolepis Eoorodus Eucentrurus
Euctenius Euctenodopsis Euglossodus Eunemacanthus Euphyacanthus
Ewingia Expleuracanthus Falcatus Fasciodus Fragilicorona
Frangerodus Frigorilepis Gansuselache Geisacanthus Ginteria
Glabrisubcorona Gladbachus Glickmanodus Glikmanius Glymmatacanthus
Gnathacanthus Gondwanodus Goodrichthys Gracilisuggestus Gunnellodus
Gutturensis Hagenoselache Hamatus Hamiltonichthyes Hamiltonichthys
Hemiptychodus Heslerodus Heteroptychodus Homalodontus Hopleacanthus
Hubeiodus Hueneichthys Hybocladodus Hybodonchus Hybodus C
Hylaeobatis Hypodus Iberolepis Iberolepsis Iriodus
Isacrodus Isanodus Jalodus Jiaodontus Jimpohlia
Jurabatos Kaibabvenator Kannathalepis Karksilepis Kawichthys
Knerialepis Labascicorona Labrilancea Lambdodus Lebachacanthus
Leiacanthus Leonodus Leonotus Leptacanthus Lesnilomia
Limnoselache Lispacanthus Lissodus Listracanthus Lobaticorona
Lonchidion Lonchidon Lunalepis Lunatepis Machichnus
Manberodus Maplemillia Margaritacanthus Meishanselache Meristodon
Mesodmodus Minuticorona Miosynechodus Mongolepis Monocladodus
Mooreodontus Moyacanthus Mukdahanodus Nanoskalme Neosaivodus
Neosinacanthus Obtusacanthus Odontorhytis Ohiolepis Omalodus
Omanoselache Onychoselache Orestiacanthus Ornathiliabrilance Ornatilabrilancea
Orthacanthus P Ostinaspis Ostracanthus Palaeobates Paraginglymostoma
Paraorthocodus Paratodus Parvicorona Parvidiabolus P Parviscapha
Parvodus Petrodus P Phoebodus Phricacanthus Planohybodus
Platyacanthus Plesioselachus Pleuracanthus C Plicatodus Polyacrodus
Polysentor Pororhiza Portalodus Priohybodus Pristacanthus
Pristicladodus Pristodadodus Prohybodus Prolatodon Proprigalea
Protacrodus Protodus Pseudisurus Pseudodalatias Ptomacanthus
Ptychodus P Pucapampella Pucapumpella Pyknotylacanthus Raineria
Reesodus Reticulodus Rhomaleodus Rhombacanthus Roongodus
Rugosicorona Sacrisubcorona Saivodus Sarisubcorona Secarodus
Seretolepis Serratocorona Shiqianolepis Siamodus Siberiodus
Simmorius Sinacrodus Sodolepis Spathobathis C Sphenonchus
Squatinactis Steinbachodus Stemmatias Stethacanthulus Stethacanthus P C
Stichacanthus Stigmodus Striatolamnia Strophodus Sturgeonella
Styptobasis Styracodus Suaviloquentia Suraudalus Surcaudalus
Symmorium Tamiobates Tamiobatis Tarimacanthus Teresodus
Teslepis Texasodus Thaiodus Thaumatacanthus Thrinacodus
Thrinacoselache Tribodus Trichorhipis Triodus Tristychius
Tubulacanthus Tuvalepis Udalepis Undulaticorona Uranoplosus
Vallisia Vectiselachos Wapitiodus Wellerodus Wellingtonella
Williamsella Wodnika Wurdigneria Xenacanthus C Xinjiangichthys
Xyphodolamia Xystracanthus

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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