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Abadzekhia Abromasta Absalomichthys P Acanthonemus P Acanthonotus
Acanthopygaeus Acanthroperca Acanus Acentrogobius Acestrus
Acropoma Aglyptorhynchus P Alectis Alepes Allomorone
Aluvarua Aluvarus P Ampheristius Amphiperca P Amphistichus
Amphistium P Amphodon Anarhichas Anarrhichthys Anisotremus
Anthracoperca Aphia Aplodinotus Apogon Apogonidarum
Apogonoides Apolectus Apsilus Araeosteus Arambourgella
Aramichthys Archaephippus P Archaeus P Archosargus Ardiodus
Argyrosomus Ariomma Aritolabrax Asima Auxides
Auxis Auxites Avitolabrax Avitoluvarus Bairdiella
Bathyclupea Beaumontoperca Beerichthys Bembrops Bilinia
Blabe Blennius Blotichthys Bodianus Boesemania
Boops Borescentranchus Brachydeuterus Brama Branchiostegus
Bulbiceps Burtinia Caesio Calamus Callionymus
Callyodon Calotomus Carangodes Carangopis Carangopsis
Caranx Centracanthus Centrarchites Centropomus Centropristis
Cepola Ceratoichthyes Ceratoichthys Chaetodon Chaeturichthys
Chalcidichthys Chanda Cheilinus Chelmon Chongichthys
Chromis Clinus Coelogaster Corvina Coryphopterus
Cottopsis Cottus Crenidens Cristigerina Crommyodus
Ctenodentex Ctenosciaena Cubiceps Cybium Cyclopoma
Cymatogaster Cynoscion Damalichthys Dapalis Dapaloides
Decapterus Deltentosteus Dentex Diaphyodus Dipterichthys
Ductor Dules Eastmanalepes Echeneis Ellaserrata
Emmelichthys Enniskillenius Enniskillenus Enoplosus Eocilophyodus
Eocoelopoma Eokokemia Eolabroides Eolates Eoluvarus
Eoplatax Eoscombrus Eoserranus Eosphaeramia Eothynnus
Eothyrsites Eothyrstites Eozanclos Eozanclus Ephippites
Ephippus Epigonus Epinephelus Epinnula Eriquius
Etheostoma Euthynnus Euzaphleges Exallias Exellia
Fisherichthys Gasteronemus Gazza Gempylus Genyonemus
Gerres Gillidia Glaucosoma Godsilia Goniocranion
Goujetia Grammatorcynus Guoyquichthys Gymnosarda Haliophis
Hemerocoetes Hemingwaya Hemithyrsites Hendrixella Holocentrus
Hydropteris Hypacanthus Hyperoglyphe Hyperoplus Hyperprosopon
Ioscion Isacia Isurichthys Izuus Jefitchia
Kerocottus Kipalaichthys Kreyenhagenius Kuhlia Kushlukia
Labrisomus Lactarius Lagodon Landanichthys Laparon
Larimus Lates Lednevia Leiognathus Leiomene
Leobergia Lepidogobius Lepidopus Lepomis Leptoscopus
Lethops Liognathus Lipogramma Lithognathus Liza
Lompoquia Lonchistium Lophar Lopholatilus Luvarus
Lyconectes Maccullochella Malacopygaeus Matarchia Menticirrhus
Mesogaster Mioplarchus Mioplosus Miothunnus Morone
Mugil Mullus Mupus Myripristis Naiathaelon
Nardoichthys Naslavcea Naso Neanthias Nebris
Neocybium Neoscombrops Oblada Ocystias Odonteobolca
Odonteus Oligoplarchus Oligoplites Oncolepis Opisthomyzon
Oplegnathus Orthopristis Ostracoberyx Ottaviania Oxyjulis
Pachypops Pagellus Pagrus Palaeoperca Palaeopercichthys
Palaeothunnus Palimphyes Paracalamus Paracentropristis Paralates
Paramorone Paraperca Parapercis Paraplatax Parapristipoma
Parapristopoma Parapygaeus Pararhenanoperca Parasphyraena Paratrachinotus
Pasaichthyes Pasaichthys Pelates Pempheris Pennahia
Pentaceros Pentanemus Pentaprion Perca Percalates
Percaletes Percichthys Percoideorum Percostoma Phanerodon
Phosphichthys Pimelometopon Pinichthys Pirskenius Plagioholocentrum
Plagioholocentrus Plagioscion Platacodon Platylaemus Platylates
Plectorhinchus Plectrites Plesioserranus Plioplarchus Podocephalus
Pogonias Polydactylus Pomadasys Pomoxis Praegalegra
Priacanthopsis Priacanthus Prionotus Pristigenys Proeleginops
Prolates Proluvarus Properca Propercarina Propygidium
Proserranus Protanthias Protautoga Protolobotus Psenes
Psenicubiceps Psettopsis Pseudauxites Pseudohistiophorus Pseudopriacanthus
Pseudoscopelus Pseudoseriola Pseudosparnodus Pseudosphaerodon Pseudoumbrina
Pseudovomer Pungitius Rachycentron Rexea Rhacochilus
Rhamphognathus Rhenanoperca Rhomarchus Rhythmias Rhytmias
Rixator Roncador Ruffoichthys Sander C Santosius
Sarda Sargus Scarus Sciaena Sciaenops
Sciaenuropsis Sciaenurus Scomber Scomberoides Scomberomorus
Scombramphodon Scombrinus Scombrops Scombrosarda Scombrosphyraena
Scorpaenoides Scorpaenopterus Sebastavus Sebastinus Sebastoessus
Selar Semlikiichthys Seriphus Serranidarum Serranopsis
Serranus Siganopygaeus Sillaginoides Sillago Smerdis
Sparisoma Sparnodus P Sparosoma Sphyraenodus Sphyraenops
Spicara Starrias Stenotomus Stromateus Synagrops
Tamesichthys Tavania Tetragonurus Tetrapterus Thalattorhynchus
Thunnus Thyrsion Thyrsitocephalus Thyrsocles Toxotes
Trachicaranx Trachincaranx Trachinus Trachurus Trichophanes
Tripterygion Tungtingichthys Tunita Turio Tylerichthys
Umbrina Uranoscopus Veranichthys Verilus Vomeropsis
Wangia Weilerichthys Wetherellus Whitephippus Woodwardella
Xenistius Xestias Xiphopterus Zaphlegulus Zaphlegus
Zoarces

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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