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Prehistoric Whippomorphians †
 
Achaenodon Acoessus Acotherolum Acotherulum P Aksyiria
Altiacodon Amphirhagatherium Anthracobunodon P Apriculus Asiohomacodon
Asiohomocodon Aumelasia P Auxontodon Bunodentus Bunomeryx
Bunophorus Buxobune Cadutherium Cebochoerus Choeropotamus
Chorlakkia Cuisitherium Diacodexis Dichobune Dulcidon
Elaschitotherium Eolantianius Eolantianus Eurodexis Eygalayodon
Ganungulatum Gervachoerus Gobiohyus Gujaratia Hallebune
Haplobunodon Haqueina Haquiena Helohyus Hexacodus
Homacodon Hoplobunodon Hylomeryx Hyperdichobune Ibarus
Indohyus Ithygrammodon Khirtharia Kunmunella Laredochoerus
Limeryx Lophiobunodon Lophiohys Lophiohyus Lutzia
Masilabune Masillabune Meniscodon Mesomeryx Messelobunodon
Metkatius Metriotherium Microsus Mioachoerus Mixtotherium
Moiachoerus Mouillacitherium Mytonomeryx Neodiacodexis Neufferia
Pakibune Pakkokuhyus Parabunodon Parahexacodus Parahyus
Paraphenacodus Pentacemylus Poeprodon Protodichobune Raoella
Rhagatherium Simpsonodus Stibarus Synaphodus Taphochoerus
Tapochoerus Texodon Thandaungia Tragulohyus Tsaganohyus
Wasatchia Wutuhyus

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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