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Cranes, Trumpeters, Crakes, etc.
 
Aletornis Ameghinornis Aminornis Amphipelargus P Andalgalornis P
Andrewsornis Apterornis P Aramornis P Aramus Asiavis
Badistornis P Baeopteryx Balearica Bathornis Brontornis
Camusia Chlamydotis Chunga Cunampaia Darwinornis
Devincenzia Dryornis Elaphrocnemus Eobalearica Eogeranoides P
Eogrus P Ergilornis P Eutreptornis Geranodornis Geranoides
Geranopsis Gradiornis Grus Gryzaja Gypsornis
Idiornis Itaboravis Itardiornis Kelenken C Lavocatavis
Lophiornis Mesembriornis Messelornis Namibiavis Neocathartes
Oblitavis Occitaniavis Onactornis Ornitocnemus Otis
Owenornis Palaeociconia Palaeogrus Palaeophasianus Paleopsilopterus
Paracrax Paragrus Paraphysornis P Parvigrus Patagornis
Pellornis Phororhacos P C Phorusrhacos P Physornis Pliogrus
Probalearica Procariama Proergilornis Propelargus Prophororhacus
Pseudolarus Psilopterus Rhynochetos Riacama Rostrornis
Rupelrallus Salmila Smiliornis Songzia Sonogrus
Stereornis Talantatos Titanis C Urmiornis Walbeckornis
Zheroia

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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