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Turtles (Prehistoric) †
Acichelys Acleistochelys Adocoides Adocus P Amblypus
Amuremys Anatolemys Ancyropus Angolachelys Annemys
Anomalochelys Apertotemporalis Apoidochelys Araiochelys Archaeochelys
Arenila Arundelemys Asiachelys Asturichelys Aurorachelys
Australobaena Australochelys P Azabbaremys Baena Baicalemys
Ballerstedtia Bashuchelys Basilemys Batoremys Berruchelus
Borealochelys Boremys Bothremys Brodiechelys Bulganemys
Bysmachelys Caerachelys Camerochelys Caribemys Cearachelys
Cedrobaena Changmachelys Charitemys Charitonyx Chedighaii
Cheirogaster Chelone Chelonichnium Chelonipus Chelycarapookus
Chelydra Chelyzoon Chengyuchelys Chinlechelys Chisternon
Chitracephalus Chrysemys Chuannanchelys Chubutemys Chupacabrachelys
Cimochelys Compsemys Condorchelys Crassachelys Crossochelys
Denazinemys Desmemys Dinochelys Dithyrosternon Dorsetochelys
Dortoka Dracochelys Eileanchelys Elkemys Elseya
Eodortoka Episcopopus Eubaena Eurysternum Eusarkia
Ferganemys Foxemys Galianemys Galvechelone Gamerabaena
Glaucochelone Glyptops Goleremys Gravemys Hackerochelys
Haichemys Hanbogdemys Hangaiemys Hayemys Heckerochelys
Helcura Helochelydra Helochelys Hongilemys Hoyasemys
Hummelemys Hylaeochelys Iberoccitanemys Indochelys Isanemys
Jastmelchyi Jiangxichelys Judithemys Kallokibotion Kallokibotium
Kappachelys Karkaemys Kayentachelys P Kharakhutulia Khodzhakulemys
Kinkonychelys Kirgizemys Kurmademys Labrostochelys Larachelus
Liaochelys Macrobaena Meiolania C Mesochelys Mexichelys
Mlynarskiella Mongolemys Mongolochelys Muehlbachia Murrhardtia
Naiadochelys Nanhsiungchelys Nanshiungchelys Naomichelys Neurankylus
Neusticemys Nigeremys Ninjemys C Niolamia Notoemys P
Odontochelys P C Oligochelone Ordosemys Otwayemys Pachychelys
Palaeochersis P Palaeomedusa Palatobaena Paragravemys Paramongolemys
Parathalassemys Patagoniaemys Peckemys Peligrochelys Pelobatochelys
Phosphatochelys Planetochelys Plastremys Platycheloides Platychelys
Plesiobaena Plesiochelys Pleurosternon Pleurosternum Polysternon
Polythorax Portlandemys Potamochelys Probaena Prochonias
Proganochelys P C Protemys Proterochersis P Protochelydra Protochelys
Protoxinjiangchelys Pseudosphargis Puentemys Rhothonemys Ronella
Rosasia Salasemys Sankuchemys Saurischiocomes Scutemys
Selenemys Shachemys Shartegemys Shineusemys Siamochelys
Sichuanchelys Sineusemys Sokotochelys Solemys Solnhofia
Spoochelys Stygichelys Stygiochelys Taphrosphyina Taphrosphys
Testudoolithus Thalassemys Thescelus Tholemys Tiantaioolithus
Tienfucheloides Tienfuchelys Tomochelone Trachydermochelys Trapalcochelys
Tretosternon Tretosternum Trinitichelys Uluops Ummulisani
Undjulemys Warkalania Wuguia Xinjiangchelys Yaxartemys
Yehguia Yumenemys Zangerlia Zolhafah

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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