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An introduction to the Extinct Life Pictorial Encyclopedia along with some statistics regarding what information is available

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Rails, Finfoots, Coots, etc.
Aphanapteryx P Aphanocrex Aptornis P Atlantisia Cabalus P
Canirallus Capellirallus P Coturnicops Creccoides Diaphorapteryx P
Dryolimnas Eocrex P Epirallus Eulabeornis Euryonotus
Fulica Fulicaletornis Gallinula P Gallirallus Haematopus
Hovacrex Ibidopsis Laterallus Latipons Limnocorax
Ludiortyx Miofulica Miorallus Mundia Nesoclopeus
Nesophalaris Nesotrochis Palaeoaramides Palaeocrex Palaeogramides
Palaeolimnas Palaeorallus Palostralegus Paraortygometra Pararallus
Pareudiastes Parvirallus Pediorallus Porphyrio Porphyrula
Porzana P Pyramida Quercyrallus Rallicrex Rallus
Thiornis Tribonyx Wanshuina Youngornis

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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