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Lusitanisuchus

Lusitanisuchus is an extinct genus of mesoeucrocodylian crocodylomorph. Mostly fragmentary fossils have been found from several localities in Portugal and late Jurassic and early Cretaceous age. Type and only species, Lusitanisuchus mitracostatus ...

                                               

Machimosaurus

Machimosaurus is an extinct genus of teleosaurid crocodyliform from the late Jurassic and early Cretaceous. Species, Machimosaurus hugii, was found in Switzerland. Other fossils were found in England, France, Germany, Portugal, Switzerland and Tu ...

                                               

Albian genus extinctions

                                               

Caprina

Kaprina is a genus of rudists, a group of marine heterodont bivalves belonging to the family Caprinidae. These stationary intermediate level epifaunal organisms-filter feeders that lived in the Cretaceous period, from 140.2 MA to 70.6. In rudists ...

                                               

Plagiostoma (bivalve)

These bivalves epifaunal byssate organisms-filter feeders, up to 12 cm in size. The shells are obliquely-ovate, moderately inflated, with blunt rear and smaller front wings. Plagiostoma giganteum is a well-known fossil bivalve that occurs in the ...

                                               

Trochactaeon

Trochactaeon is an extinct genus of fossilized sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Acteonellidae. Trochactaeon genus known from the late Cretaceous to the early Cretaceous period.

                                               

Campanian genus extinctions

                                               

Coniacian genus extinctions

                                               

Maastrichtian genus extinctions

                                               

Santonian genus extinctions

                                               

Leptocleididae

Leptocleididae-a family of small plesiosaurs that lived in the early Cretaceous period. Leptocleidus and Umoonasaurus was round bodies and triangular heads. Hilary F. Ketchum and Roger B. J. Upton. Benson, transferred Brancasaurus, Kaiwhekea, Nic ...

                                               

Thalassodromidae

Thalassodromidae or Thalassodrominae group azhdarchoid pterosaur from the early Cretaceous period in Brazil. They are either special family treasure Neoazdarchia closely related to azhdarchids, or dsungaripterids or a subfamily of the family Tape ...

                                               

Longipterygidae

Longipterygidae family enantiornithean early birds from the early Cretaceous period of China. All known specimens come from the Jiufotang formation and Yixian formation, starting with the early Aptian age, 125-120 million years ago.

                                               

Aptian genus extinctions

                                               

Brancoceratidae

Brancoceratidae family acanthoceratoid Ammonites from the middle Cretaceous period, they are usually recognized evolute shells with round, oval or square curls, strong rib, usually the ventral keels, and, at least, umblical tubercles. The family ...

                                               

Coccodontidae

Coccodontidae is a family of extinct pycnodontid fish that lived during the lower Cenomanian. Different kinds were massive, curved spines. The family consists of five genera, genus, type, Coccodus, Paracoccodus, which was carved from a Coccodus, ...

                                               

Flickiidae

Flickiidae family of dwarf Ammonites with a small ornament and a very simple strands is known from small samples of pyrite, in the mid-Cretaceous sediments. Inclusion in Acanthoceratoidea is preliminary.

                                               

Gebrayelichthyidae

Gebrayelichthyidae is a family of extinct pycnodontid fish, shrimpfish superficial like appearance, which lived during the lower Cenomanian. The family consists of two genera, genus, type, Gebrayelichthys, and monotype Maraldichthys. In Gebrayeli ...

                                               

Hoplitidae

In Hoplitidae family of Cretaceous Ammonites that lived in the middle of the period from the end of the Aptian, the Cenomanian. They are part of Hoplitoidea superfamily. Members Hoplitidae usually evolute with inner whorls exposed, although some ...

                                               

Oppeliidae

Oppeliidae are compressed to oxyconic, sculpted Haploceratoidea or unkeeled, unicarinate, bicarinate, or tricarinate, with sutures in great variety, but ribbing usually more or less falcoid or falcate. In Oppeliidae is the main family Haplocerato ...

                                               

Platypterygiinae

Platypterygiinae is an extinct subfamily ophthalmosaurid thunnosaur ichthyosaurs in the early late Jurassic until the early late Cretaceous of Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. Currently, the oldest known platypterygiine i ...

                                               

Pliosauroidea

Pliosauroidea is an extinct type of marine reptiles. Pliosauroids, also known as pliosaurs, are known from the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. In pliosauroids were crocodile-like short-necked plesiosaurs with large heads and massive toothed jaws ...

                                               

Schloenbachiidae

Shloenbachiidae family hoplitoid ammonoid cephalopds mostly from the lower upper Cretaceous. Shloenbachiidae can be recognized by their usually keel bearing, irregularly ribbed and tuberculate shells that vary from involute and involute and compr ...

                                               

Cenomanian genus extinctions

                                               

Ichthyodectes

Ichthyodectes is an extinct genus of Ichthyodectidae fish that lived during the Cretaceous period. The fossils include species has been found from Canada to Texas.

                                               

Protoceratopsidae

Protoceratopsidae family in the group Ceratopsia. In Protoceratopsidae, the name comes from the Greek for "first horned face." Protoceratopsids were discovered in the late Cretaceous period, Dating to between about 99.6 and 70.6 million years ago ...

                                               

Pteranodontia

Pteranodontia is the extinct group of ornithocheiroid pterosaurs that lived in the early Cretaceous period to the end of the Cretaceous period in Asia, Europe, North America and South America.

                                               

Requienia (bivalve)

Requienia is an extinct genus of fossil saltwater clams, marine bivalve mollusks in Hippuritida fact, family Requieniidae. These rudists lived in the Cretaceous period, from Valanzhinsky the age of Campanian age. They were stationary intermediate ...

                                               

Squalicorax kaupi

                                               

Campanian species extinctions

                                               

Coilopoceratidae

Coilopoceratidae family, usually large, right Ammonite with strongly involute shells from the Cretaceous, Albian to Turonian. Coilopoceratids variably compressed shell with flattened with rounded sides and narrowly rounded to acute keel-shaped ve ...

                                               

Euomphaloceratinae

Euomphaloceratinae subfamily of upper Cretaceous Ammonites included in Acanthoceratidae, in General, is characterized by evolute shells with a square whorl sections, strongly ribbed. Ammonitic sutures, but not too complicated. Genera include: Hou ...

                                               

Alvarezsauroidea

Alvarezsauroidea is a group of small maniraptoran dinosaurs. Alvarezsauroidea, Alvarezsauridae, and Alvarezsauria are named historian Gregorio Alvarez, not the more familiar physicist Luis Alvarez, who proposed that the Cretaceous–Paleogene extin ...

                                               

Azhdarchidae

Azhdarchidae, dragon-like creature in Persian mythology) is pterosaurs known primarily from the late Cretaceous period, though an isolated vertebrae apparently from an azhdarchid is known from the early Cretaceous as well. Azhdarchids included so ...

                                               

Azhdarchoidea

Azhdarchoidea were given phylogenetic definitions David Unwin in 2003. Unwin identified the group as the most recent common ancestor of Tapejara and quetzalcoatlus and all its descendants. There were several competing views of azhdarchoid relatio ...

                                               

Baculitidae

Baculitidae is a family of extinct ammonoid cephalopods that lived mostly during the late Cretaceous, and often included in the suborder Ancyloceratina. Baculitid genera are characterized by a small per minute initial coil of about two whorls fol ...

                                               

Caelidracones

In Caelidracones belong to the group of pterosaurs. Treasures Caelidracones were identified in 2003, David Unwin as a group, consisting of the last common ancestor of Anurognathus Ammoni northropi and quetzalcoatlus and all its descendants. Caeli ...

                                               

Cerapoda

Cerapoda is divided into two groups: Ornithopoda "bird-legs" and Marginocephalia "fringed heads". The last group includes Pachycephalosauria "thick-headed lizards" and Ceratopsia "horned face." The following taxonomy follows J. B. Richard. Butler ...

                                               

Cyclida

Cyclida an order of fossil arthropods that lived from the Carboniferous to the Cretaceous. Their classification is unclear, but they usually are considered as a group of maxillopod crustaceans.

                                               

Desmoceratidae

Desmoceratidae in a family belonging to the Ammonite Desmoceratoidea superfamily. They are an extinct group of ammonoids, shelled cephalopods related to squids, belemnites, octopuses, and cuttlefish, and more distantly from nautiloids that lived ...

                                               

Desmoceratoidea

Desmoceratoidea previously Desmocerataceae this superfamily of Cretaceous Ammonites generally round or oval whorled shells, which are mainly smooth or slightly ribbed and knobby rare, but often with constrictions. Regarded as monophyletic in Desm ...

                                               

Dromaeosauridae

Dromaeosauridae is a family of feathered theropod dinosaurs. They, as a rule, small and medium birds of prey that flourished in the Cretaceous period. The name Dromaeosauridae means running lizard, from the Greek meaning δρομεῦς runner and σαῦρος ...

                                               

Gaudryceratidae

Gaudryceratidae in the family, belonging to the extinct suborder Lytoceratina ammonoid that lived from the Barremian, lower Cretaceous to the upper Cretaceous of Maastricht. Gaudryceratids few lytocerins, usually rounded, oval or depressed whorl ...

                                               

Hedbergellidae

The family comprises the following genera: Trochogerina. Hillsella. Liuenella. Asterohedbergella. Whiteinella. Costellagerina. Hedbergella. Subfamily Hedbergellinae. (Подсемейство Hedbergellinae) Rugohedbergella. Fingeria. Unitruncatus. Helvetrog ...

                                               

Kossmaticeratidae

Kossmaticeratidae includes two subfamilies and eight genera: Gunnarites Kilian and Reboul, 1909. Kossmaticeras de Grossouvre, 1901. Maorites Marshall, 1926. (Maorites Маршалл, 1926) Pseudokossmaticeras Spath, 1922. Grossouvrites Kilian and Reboul ...

                                               

Marginocephalia

Marginocephalia is a treasure of ornithischian dinosaurs, which is characterized by a bony shelf or margin in the back of the skull. These bands were probably used for display. There are two branches, included in Marginocephalia: thick, known to ...

                                               

Monofenestrata

In Monofenestrata are unranked group of pterosaurs that includes family Wukongopteridae and the suborder Pterodactyloidea. Treasures Monofenestrata was in 2009 / 2010 are defined as a group consisting of a pterodactyl and all kinds of exchange wi ...

                                               

Mosasaurinae

In the Mosasaurinae are a subfamily of mosasaurs, a different group of late Cretaceous marine squamates. Members of the subfamily informally and collectively known as "mosasaurines" and was recovered from all continents except South America. Orig ...

                                               

Neosauropoda

Neosauropoda is a treasure in "Dinosaur," coined in 1986 by the Argentinian paleontologist josé Bonaparte and is currently described as Saltasaurus loricatus, Diplodocus muscles, and all the animals are directly descended from their last common a ...

                                               

Nyctosauridae

Nyctosauridae is a family of specialized soaring pterosaurs in the late Cretaceous period in North America, Africa, and possibly Europe. It was named in 1889 by Henry aleyne Nicholson and Richard Lydekker. Nyctosaurids are characterized by their ...

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