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Pocket Gophers, Kangaroo Rats, Pocket Mice, etc.
Adjidaumo Aguafriamys Apeomys Arikareeomys Aulolithomys
Balantiomys Centimanomys Comancheomys Cratogeomys Cupidinimus
Cupressimus Dikkomys Dipodomys Diprionomys Ecclesimus
Entoptychus Eodipodomys Eomyodon Eomyops Eomys C
Estramomys Etadonomys Fanimus Florentiamys Floresomys
Geomys Grangerimus Gregorymys Griphomys Harrymys
Heliscomys Heterogeomys Heteromys Hitonkala Jimomys
Kansasimys Keramidomys Kirkomys Leptodontomys Ligerimys
Lignimus Liomys Litoyoderimys Megapeomys Meliakrouniomys
Metadjidaumo Metaliomys Metanoiamys Meteomys Microdipodops
Mioheteromys Mojavemys Montanamus Mookomys Namatomys
Nerterogeomys Oregonomys Orelladjidaumo Orthogeomys Palustrimus
Pappogeomys Paradjidaumo Paranamatomys Parapliosaccomys Pentabuneomys
Peridiomys Perodipus Perognathoides Perognathus Phelosaccomys
Plesiothomomys Pleurolicus Pliogeomys Pliosaccomys Prodipodomys
Progeomys Proheteromys Protadjidaumo Pseudadjidaumo Pseudostoma
Pseudotheridomys Reynoldsomys Rhodanomys Ritteneria Ronquillomys
Sanctimus Schizodontomys Stratimus Symplokeomys Tenudomys
Texomys Thomomys Trogomys Viejadjidaumo Yoderimys
Zaisaneomys Zemiodontomys Zetamys Ziamys

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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