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Prehistoric Reptiles †
 
Acadiella Acallosuchus Acanthotoposaurus Acerosodontosaurus P Acleistorhinus P
Acrodenta Adelosaurus Anisodontosaurus Anningia Anomoiodon P
Anthodon P Anthracodromemus Anthracodromeus P Araeoscelis P Arganaceras P
Australothyris Baeotherates Barasaurus Bashkyroleter P Basileosaurus
Bathyglyptus Bayloria Belebay Belebey P Blomosaurus
Bolosaurus Brachyopsemys Bradysaurus P C Brazilosaurus Broomia
Brouffia Bunostegos Burtensia Candelaria Captorhinikos
Captorhinoides Captorhinus P Cephalerpeton Chalcosaurus Chamasaurus
Cincosaurus Clarazia Claudiosaurus Coartaredens Coelodontognathus
Coelostegus Coelurosauravus C Coletta Colobomycter P Colognathus
Colubrifer Concordia P Contritosaurus Daedalosaurus Delorhynchus
Deltavjatia P Dictybolos Dictybolus Ditrochosaurus Dolerosaurus
Ectocynodon Elginia P C Embrithosaurus P Emeroleter P Endennasaurus
Eocaptorhinus Eretmorhipis P Estheriophagus Eudibamus P Eumetabolodon
Eunotosaurus P Eupalamopus Feeserpeton Fremouwsaurus Galesphyrus
Gansurhinus Gecatogomphius Gomphiosauridion Gracilisaurus Haligonia
Hecatogomphius Heleophilus Heleosuchus Hongkongochelys Hovasaurus
Huanghesaurus Hupehsuchus C Hylonomus P C Hypopnous Hypsognathus P
Icarosaurus C Insulophon Kadaliosaurus Kahneria Kapes
Kenyasaurus C Kinelia Kitchingnathus Koiloskiosaurus Kraterokheirodon
Kudnu Kuehneosaurus C Kuehneosuchus Labidosaurikos P Labidosaurus P C
Lacertulus Lanthaniscus Lanthanolania Lanthanosuchus P Lasasaurus
Leptopleuron P Leptoropha Lestanshoria Libognathus Limnoscelops
Longisquama C Macroleter P Macrophon Manchurochelys Marmoretta
Melanothyris Mesosaurus P C Microleter Microthelodon Milleretoides
Milleretta P Millerettoides Millerettops Millerina Millerinoides
Milleropsis Millerosaurus C Moradisaurus Myocephalus Myognathus
Nanchangasaurus Nanchangosaurus Nanomilleretta Nanopareia Nanoparia
Neoprocolophon Nochelesaurus P Nochelosaurus Notalacerta Noteosaurus
Nycteroleter P Nyctiboetus Nyctiphruretia Nyctiphruretus P Obirkovia
Oradectes Orenburgia Orovenator Owenetta P Palaeagama
Paleothyris Paliguana Pamelina Paoteodon Parasaurus
Pareiasaurus P C Pareiasuchus P Pareiosaurus C Pariasaurus C Patricosaurus
Pentaedrusaurus Perparvus Petrolacosaurus P C Peurcosaurus Phaanthosaurus
Phonodus Pintosaurus Platyoropha Pleuristion Podargosaurus
Procolina Procolophon P Procolophonichnium Procolophonipus Procolophonoides
Proelginia Propappus Protocaptorhinus P Protorothyris Provelosaurus P
Puercosaurus Pumiliopareia P Pumilopareia Rautiania Reiszorhinus
Rhabdopelix Rhiodenticulatus P Rhiodenticulaus Rhipaeosaurus P Riabininus
Rileyasuchus Romeria Rothaniscus Rothianiscus Samaria
Sanchuansaurus Sandownia Saurodektes Sauropareion P Saurorictus P
Sclerosaurus P C Scoloparia Scutosaurus P C Shansisaurus Shihtienfenia
Sinemys C Sophineta Soturnia Sphodrosaurus Spinoaequalis C
Spinoequalis Spondylolestes Stereosternum Suchonosaurus Tamaulipasaurus
Tangasaurus Telerpeton Teratophon Thadeosaurus Theledectes
Thelegnathus Thelephon Thelerpeton Thuringothyris Tichvinskia P
Timanophon Tokosaurus P Tseiajaia Velosauria Vitalia
Wapitisaurus Weigeltisaurus Welgevonden Xenodiphyodon Youngina C
Youngoides Zarcasaurus

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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