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Deer, Elk, Moose, Reindeer, etc.
 
Acteocemas Agalmaceros Aglamaceros Aletomeryx P Allocaenelaphus
Ampelomeryx P Amphimoschus P Amphiprox Amphitragulus P Anoglochis
Antifer Antilocapra Arvernoceros P Asiagenes Axis
Barbouromeryx Bedenomeryx Blastocerus Blastomeryx Boreameryx
Boreomeryx Bouromeryx Breameryx Bretzia Candiacervus
Capreolus Capromeryx Ceratomeryx Cervalces C Cervavitulus
Cervavitus C Cervoceros Cervocerus Cervodama Cervus C
Charitoceros Climacomeryx Cosoryx Cosoryx  Cranioceras
Croizetoceros Dama Diabolocornis Dicrocerus Dremotherium
Drepanomeryx Dromomeryx C Elaphurus Eocoileus Eostyloceros
Eostylocerus Epieuryceros Epieurycerus Eucladoceros Eucladocerus
Euctenoceros Eumeryx Euprox Friburgomeryx Habromeryx
Hayoceros Heterocemas Heteroprox Hexameryx Hexobelomeryx
Hippocamelus Hispanomeryx Hoplitomeryx Hydropotes Hydropotopsis
Iberomeryx Ilingoceros Lagomeryx Libralces P Ligeromeryx
Longirostromeryx Lucentia Machaeromeryx Mazama Megaceroides
Megaceros C Megaloceros P C Merriamoceros Meryceros Merycodus C
Metacervulus Micromeryx Morenelaphus Moschus Muntiacus
Muva Navahoceros Neomegaloceros Nesoleipoceros Odocoileus
Orchonoceros Oriomeryx Orthogonoceros Orygotherium Osbornoceros
Oschinotherium Ottoceros Ozotoceros Palaeomeryx Palaeoplatyceras
Palaeoplatycerus Parablastomeryx Paraceros Paracervulus Paracosoryx
Paradicrocerus Pavlodaria Pediomeryx Platycemas Plioceros
Pliocervus Pomelomeryx Praemegaceros Praesinomegaceros Proantilocapra
Probarbouromeryx Problastomeryx Procapreolus Procervulus Procoileus
Procranioceras Prodromotherium Prolibytherium Propalaeoryx Protobarbouromeryx
Psekupsoceros Pselcupsoceros Pseudalces Pseudaxis Pseudoblastomeryx
Pseudodama Rakomeryx Ramoceros Rangifer C Rucervus
Rusa Sangamona Sinclairomeryx Sinomegaceros Sphenophalos
Stephanocemas Stockoceros Subantilocapra Subdromomeryx Submeryceros
Tamanalces Tauromeryx Tetrameryx Texoceros Thaocervus
Torontoceros Triceromeryx Yumaceras

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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