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Prehistoric Archosaurs †
 
Agrestipus Akropus Ammorhynchus Amotosaurus Ankistrodon
Apatopus Archeopelta Archosaurus P Arctosaurus P Arganarhinus
Arganasuchus Arizonasaurus P Arribasuchus Asperoris Augustaburiania
Avalonianus Azendohsaurus P Barbarenasuchus Basutodon Batrachotomus
Bentonyx Boreopricea Bradysuchus Bromsgroveia Browniella
Bystrowisuchus Cargninia Cephalonia Cerritosaurus Chalishevia
Champsosaurichnus Champsosaurus C Chanaresuchus Chasmatosaurus C Chasmatosuchus
Chatterjeea Cladeiodon Cladyodon Clepsysaurus Collilongus
Cosesaurus Crosbysaurus Cteniogelys Cteniogenys Ctenosauriscus
Ctenosaurus Cuyosuchus Czatkowiella Dasygnathoides Dasygnathus
Decuriasuchus Dinocephalosaurus Dolabrosaurus Dolichobrachium Dongusia
Dongusuchus Doniceps Dorosuchus Doswellia Drepanosaurus
Dyoplax Ebrachosuchus Effigia Eifelosaurus Elachistosuchus
Elaphrosuchus Energosuchus Eorasaurus Epicampodon P Erpetosuchus P
Erythosuchus Erythrochampsa Erythrosuchus C Euparkeria P C Euposaurus
Eurydorus Euscolosuchus Exilisuchus Fasolasuchus Fenhosuchus
Fodonyx Francosuchus Fugusuchus Gamosaurus Garjainia P
Gracilisuchus P C Graoullyodon Gualosuchus Guchengosuchus Gwyneddichnium
Gwyneddosaurus Halazaisuchus Halazhaisuchus Haplodontosaurus Heptasuchus
Hoplosuchus Howesia Hyperodapedon P C Hyperodepedon C Hyphalosaurus
Hypselorhachis Hypuronector Ikechosaurus C Irenosaurus Isalorhynchus
Isochirotherium Jaikosuchus Jaxtasuchus Jesairosaurus Jushatyria
Kadimakara Kalisuchus Karamuru Khurendukhosaurus Kladeisteriodon
Kladeisteriondon Koilamasuchus Kyrgyzsaurus Langobardisaurus Lazarussuchus
Leptosuchus Liaoxisaurus Lophoprosopus Lotosaurus Lucianosaurus
Lukousaurus C Luperosuchus Lupersuchus Lythrosaurus Lythrosuchus
Machaeroprosopus C Macrocnemus Macroscelosaurus Malerisaurus Malutinisuchus
Mandasuchus C Mecistotrachelos Megacnemus Megalancosaurus Mesodapedon
Mesosuchus Microcnemus Monjurosuchus P Noteosuchus Notochampsa
Omosaurus Ornithosuchus C Osmolskina Otischalia Otischalkia
Pachystropheus Palaeoctonus Palaeosauriscus Palaeosaurus C Paleorhinus
Paleosaurus Pallisteria Pamelaria Paradapedon Parasuchus
Parringtonia Parrishia Philydrosaurus Picrodon Podopteryx C
Polonosuchus Postosuchus P C Pravusuchus Prestosuchus C Pricea
Prolacerta Prolacertoides Promystriosuchus Protanystropheus Protecovasaurus
Proterochampsa Proterosuchus C Protome Protorosaurus C Pseudopalatus
Qianosuchus Rauisuchus Razanandrongobe P Redondasaurus Rhadinosuchus
Rhombopholis Rhynchosaurus P Rileya Riojasuchus Santaisaurus
Sarmatosuchus Sauroeidepus Saurosuchus Scaphonyx C Scythosuchus
Shanshisuchus Shansisuchus Sharovipteryx C Shimmelia Shokawa
Sikannisuchus Simoedosaurus Smilosuchus C Smok Spaghesaurus
Spinosuchus Stagonosuchus Stegomosuchus Stenaulorhynchus C Stenaulorhynchys
Stenometopon Stricosuchus Strigosuchus Synaptichnium Tanystropheus P C
Tanytrachelos P Tarjadia Tasmaniosaurus C Tchoiria Tecovasaurus
Teleocrater Teraterpeton Teratosaurus C Teyumbaita Ticinosuchus P C
Tikisaurus Tikisuchus Trachelosaurus Tribelesodon Tricuspisaurus
Trilophosaurus Tropidosuchus Tsylmosuchus Uatchitodon Uralosaurus
Vallesaurus Vancleavea Variodens Venaticosuchus Vjushkovia
Vjushkovisaurus Vonhuenia Vritramimosaurus Vytshegdosuchus Wangisuchus
Wannia Xilousuchus Yarasuchus Youngosuchus Zanclodon

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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