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Swallows, Larks, Cardinals, Mockingbirds, etc.
 
Acrocephalus Aegithalos Alauda Ammodramus Aplonis
Atlapetes Bombycilla Bowdleria Carduelis Carpodacus
Catharus Chaunoproctus Chloridops P Ciridops Cisticola
Coccothraustes Cyornis Dicaeum Drepanis P Dysmorodrepanis
Eremophila Estrilda Euphagus Ficedula Foudia
Fregilupus Galerida Hemignathus P Himatione Hirundo
Hylocichla Hypsipetes Icterus Junco Leucopeza
Locustella Loxia Loxigilla Loxioides Luscinia
Malacocincla Melamprosops Melanocharis Mirafra Motacilla
Myadestes Necropsar Nemosia Nesillas Palaeoscinis
Palaeostruthus Paleoscinis Paleospiza Pampaemberiza Pandanaris
Paradoxornis Paroreomyza Parus Passer Passerina
Pedinornis Petrochelidon Phaeornis Phylloscopus Pinicola
Pipilo Piranga Ploceus Prinia Pseudochelidon
Psittirostra Pyelorhamphus Quiscalus Regulus Rhodacanthis
Rhodacanthus Salpinctes Saxicola Serinus Spiza
Sporophila Sturnella Sturnus Sylvia Tangara
Thamnornis Thryomanes Toxostoma Turdus Vermivora P
Wieslochia Zonotrichia Zoothera Zosterops

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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