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Condylarths †
Abdounodus Almogaver Andinodus Argyrolambda Cambaytherium
Copecion Didolodus Ectocion Enneoconus Ernestokokenia
Escribania Euhookeria Gidleyina Hallensia Hilalia
Kalitherium Kharmerungulatum Kiinkerishella P Kochictis Kopidodon
Lamegoia Lophocion Machocyon Meniscotherium Merialus
Obashtakaia Olbitherium Orthaspidotherium Oxybunotherium Paroxyclaenus
Paulacoutoia Paulogervaisia Peligrotherium Perutherium Phenacodus C
Phenacolophus Pleuraspidotherium Proectocion Prosthecion Pucanodus
Pugiodens Quettacyon Raulvaccia Russellites Salladolodus
Simoclaenus Sororocyon Spaniella Tetraclaenodon Tiuclaenus
Trispondylus Umayodus Vulpavoides

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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