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Coelacanths
 
Alcoveria Allenypterus P Axelia Axelrodichthys P C Belemnocerca
Bunoderma Canningius Cardiosuctor Caridosuctor P Chagrinia
Changxingia Chaohuichthys Chinlea Chouhuichthys Chrysolepis
Coccoderma P Coelacanthopsis Coelacanthus C Coelocanthopsis Cryptolepis
Cualabaea Devonosteus Diplocercides Diplurus C Dumfregia
Euporosteus Garnbergia Graphiurichthys Guizhoucoelacanthus Hadronector
Hainbergia Hamodus Heptanema Holophagus Holopterygius
Holoptychus Indocoelacanthus Latvius Laugia Libys
Litoptychius Lochmocercus Luopingcoelacanthus Macropoma Macropomoides
Mawsonia P Megacoelacanthus Megalocoelacanthus Megapomus Megistolepis
Miguashaia Miguashuia Moenkopia Mylacanthus Nesides
Parnaibaia Polyosteorhynchus Quayia Rebellatrix Rhabdoderma
Rhipis Sassenia Scleracanthus Sinocoelacanthus Spermatodus
Swenzia Synaptolus Synaptotylus Ticinepomis Undina
Wenzia Whiteia Wimania Youngichthys Yunnancoelacanthus

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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