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Cynodonts †
Aelurosuchus Aleodon Andescynodon P Arctotraversodon Beishanodon
Belesodon Bolotridon Boreogomphodon Brasilitherium Brasilodon
Candelariodon Charassognathus P Charruodon Charruoldon Chiniquodon
Cistecynodon Colbertosaurus Cricodon Cromptodon Cynognathus C
Cynosaurus Dadadon Deccanodon Diademodon Dromatherium
Dvinia P Ecteninion Eoraetia Exaeretodon Galesaurus
Gaumia Glochinodontoides Gomphodontosuchus Gornogomphodon Habayia
Ictidopsis Ischignathus Kunminia Langbergia Lepagia
Luangwa Lumkuia Madysaurus Mandagomphodon Massetognathus
Maubeugia Megagomphodon Menadon Meurthodon Microscalenodon
Minicynodon Nanictosaurus Nanocynodon Nanogomphodon Novocynodon
Nythosaurus Panchetocynodon Parathrinaxodon Pascualgnathus Platycraniellus
Platycranion Plinthogomphodon Probainognathus Probelesodon Procynosuchus P
Proexaeretodon Progalesaurus Protheriodon Protuberum Prozostrodon
Rosieria Rusconiodon Santacruzodon Scalenodon Scalenodontoides
Silphedocynodon Sinognathus Therioherpeton Theropsodon Thrinaxodon C
Titanogomphodon Traversodon Tribolodon Trirachodon Trucidocynodon

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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