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List of Extinct Animals of the Nordics
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This is a list of extinct animals of the Nordics (including Sweden, Norway , Denmark , Finland , and Iceland). The list consists of common name, Latin name, known geographical range, and approximate extinction date, with the "†" symbol indicating the species is considered extinct worldwide.

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    1. Agmatans

    • Volbortella tenuis (Gotland, Sweden / Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]

    2. Annelids

    • Lepidocoleus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Plumulites (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Sabellidites cambriensis (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)
    • Spirorbis lewsisi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[1][2]
    • Turrilepas (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)

    3. Arthropods

    3.1. Crustaceans

    • Anabarochilina (Gössäter in Västergötland, Sweden – Cambrian)[3]
    • Coeloma (Skive, Denmark – Tertiary)[4]
    • Crustacea indet (Skive, Denmark – Cretaceous)[5]
    • Nephropidae indet (Langeland, Denmark – Tertiary)[6]

    3.2. Eurypterids

    • Dolichopterus gotlandicus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Erretopterus carinatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Eurypterus serratus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Holmipterus suecicus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Truncatiramus serricaudatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)

    3.3. Insects

    • Blotchy mustard pyralid moth, Evergestis frumentalis (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Cattle warble fly, Hypoderma lineatum (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Centaury plume moth, Stenoptilia zophodactyla (Sweden – 2005 AD)[7]
    • †Danish bulldog ant, Ypresiomyrma rebekkae (Denmark – Tertiary)
    • Dry-fungus beetle, Dacne rufifrons (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Emerald leaf beetle, Smaragdina salicina (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Eurasian white admiral, Limenitis camilla (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Everlasting tortrix moth, Eupoecilia cebrana (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Flax fruitborer, Cochylis epilinana (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Flowering rush weevil, Bagous nodulosus (Sweden – 2005 AD)[7]
    • Gack owlet moth, Trichosea ludifica (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Green-white tuft moth, Nycteola svecica (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Gyllenhaal beetle, Gyrophaena nitidula (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Herbst beetle, Acritus minutus (Sweden / Norway – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Koch leaf beetle, Psylliodes attenuata (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Large ranunculus, Polymixis flavicincta (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Mediterranean spider wasp, Entomobora crassitarsis (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Müller shield mayfly, Prosopistoma pennigerum (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Oak pinhole borer, Platypus cylindrus (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Orange upperwing, Jodia croceago (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Ox warble fly, Hypoderma bovis (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Pygmy sorrel moth, Enteucha acetosae (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Reddish buff, Acosmetia caliginosa (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Sand sack moth, Coleophora onobrychiella (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Scarce wormwood, Cucullia artemisiae (Sweden – 2010 AD)[7]
    • Silver-banded ghost moth, Gazoryctra ganna (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Small yellow underwing, Panemeria tenebrata (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Smaller sack moth, Coleophora colutella (Sweden – 2005 AD)[7]
    • Spotted stoneseed moth, Ethmia dodecea (Sweden – 2010 AD)[7]
    • Stephens beetle, Philonthus rufipes (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Straw conch, Cochylimorpha straminea (Sweden – 2010 AD)[7]
    • Sterling owlet moth, Lamprotes caureum (Sweden – 2010 AD)[7]
    • Tapestry moth, Trichophaga tapetzella (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Tipulidae indet (Denmark – Tertiary)[8]
    • Triple-spotted clay, Xestia ditrapezium (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Waterhouse beetle, Heterota plumbea (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • White geometer moth, Lithostege farinata (Sweden – 2010 AD)[7]
    • Yellow-spotted ant-like leaf beetle, Phytobaenus amabilis (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]

    3.4. Ostracods

    • Aechmina bovina (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Bythocypris semicircularis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Beyrichia buchiana (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Beyrichia jonesi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Beyrichia maccoyiana (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Beyrichia nodulosa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Beyrichia spinigera (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Beyrichia steusloffi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Colpos insignis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Cytherellina siliqua (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Entomis migrans (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Leperditia baltica (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Leperditia grandis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Leperditia hisingeri (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Leperditia phaseolus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Primitia mundula (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Primitia valida (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Thlipsurella v-scripta discreta (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Thlipsura tetragona (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]

    3.5. Phyllocaridans

    • Ceratiocaris (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Emmelezoe (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)

    3.6. Scorpions

    • Palaeophonus nuncius (Visby in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[10]

    3.7. Strabopids

    • Paleomerus hamiltoni (Gotland, Sweden – Cambrian)

    3.8. Trilobites

    • Acaste downingiae (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Asaphus (Ljungsbro in Östergötland, Sweden – Ordovician)[11][12]
    • Bumastus sulcatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Calymene blumenbachi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][13][14]
    • Calymene laevis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][13][14]
    • Calymmene intermedia (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Calymmene spectabilis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Cheirurus conformis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Dalmanites imbricatulus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Dalmanites obtusus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Deiphon cf. forbesi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Encrinurus laevis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Encrinurus punctatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Holia (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Homalonotus knighti (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Leonaspis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Phacops musheni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Phacops stokesi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Proetus granulatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Proetus verrucosus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Proetus signatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Proetus conspersus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Pseudotupolichas ornatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Scutellum irradians (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Scutellum platyactin (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Spaerexochus scabridus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Warburgella rugulosa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Warburgella stokesi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]

    4. Brachiopods

    • Anastrophia deflexa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Atrypina angelini (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Atrypa cordata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Atrypa imbricata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Atrypa lamellosa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Atrypa marginalis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2][15]
    • Atrypa reticularis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Bilobites bilobus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Brachyprion walmstedti (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Camarotoechia lewisi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Camarotoechia nucula (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Camartoechia borealis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][15]
    • Camartoechia diodonta (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][15]
    • Chonetes cingulatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Chonetes gotlandicus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Chonetes striatellus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Cliftonia (Plectotreta) lindströmi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Conchidium conchidium (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Conchidium tenuistriatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Cyranoia (Balsvik, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[16]
    • Cyrtia exporrecta (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Cyrtia trapezoidalis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Dalmanella canaliculata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Dalmanella crassa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Dalmanella elegantula (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Dalmanella visbyensis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Dayia navicula (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Dictyonella capewelli (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Dinorthis rustica (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Dinobolus davidsoni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Glassia compressa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Gypidula galeata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Hesperorthis davidsoni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Isorthis lovéni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Leptaena filosa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Leptostrophia impressa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Leptaena laevigata (Mulde Tegelbruk and Fröjel in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15][17]
    • Leptaena lovéni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Leptaena rhomboidalis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2][9]
    • Leptaenoidea silurica (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Leptostrophia filosa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Liljevallia gotlancia (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Lingula (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Linoporella punctata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Magas (Balsberg, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[18]
    • Meristina tumida (Djupvik and Eksta in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][19]
    • Mickwitzia (Lugnås in Västergötland, Sweden – Cambrian)[20]
    • Mickwitzia monilifera (Gotland, Sweden – Cambrian)
    • Mickwitzia pretiosa (Gotland, Sweden – Cambrian)
    • Monomerella (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Nucleospira pisum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Orbiculoidea rugata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Orthis basalis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Orthis bouchardi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Orthis davidsoni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Orthis punctata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Parmorthis basalis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Parmorthis elegantula (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Parmorthis visbyensis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Pentamerus gotlandicus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Pentamerus linguiferus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Pentamerus sphaera (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Pholidops implicata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Plectambonites transversalis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Platystrophia implicata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Platystrophia biforata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Plectambonites inconstans (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Plectodonta duvali (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Plectodonta transversalis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Ptychopleurella bouchardi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Retzia baylei (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Rhipidium (Alnäse in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[21]
    • Rhipodomella hybrida (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2][9]
    • Rhynchonella exigua (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Rhynchotreta cuneata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Scenidium acutum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Schuchertella pecten (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Spirifer marklini (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Spirifer radiatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Spirifer sinuosus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Spirifer crispus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Spirifer elevatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Spirifer sulcatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Spirifer striolatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Spirifer interlineatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Spirifer deltidialis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Spirifer globosus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Stricklandia lirata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Strispirifer (Galgbacken and Visby in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[22]
    • Stropheodonta semiglobosa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Strophomena orbignyi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Strophomena testudo (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Strophonella euglypha (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Strophonella funiculata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Strophonomena lovéni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Strophonomena rugata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Terebratula (Ivö Klack, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[23]
    • Trimerella lindströmi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Waldheimia bicarinata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Whitfieldella didyma (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Whitfieldella nitida (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Wilsonia sphaeroidalis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Wilsonia wilsoni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]

    5. Bryozoans

    • Ceramopora lindströmi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Coenites repens (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Corynotrypa dissimilis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Crepipora lunariata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Fenestella mobergi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Fenestella reticulata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Helopora lindströmi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Mesotrypa suprasilurica (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Phaenopora lindströmi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Ptilodictya lanceolata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Ptilodictya triangularis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]

    6. Chordates

    6.1. Amphibians

    • European fire-bellied toad, Bombina bombina (Sweden – 1960 AD; populations reintroduced between 1970–1980 are now spread out over Skåne)[24]
    • Gerrothorax pulcherrimus (Bjuv, Skåne, Sweden / Greenland, Denmark – Triassic)[25][26]
    • Plagiosternum granulosum (Spitsbergen in Svalbard, Norway – Jurassic)

    6.2. Birds

    • Atlantic puffin, Fratercula arctica (Sweden / Norway / Denmark / Finland / Iceland – 1970 AD; only extinct in Sweden although occasionally observed along the coasts)[27]
    • Apodiformes indet (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)
    • Baptornis (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Black stork, Ciconia nigra (Sweden – 2000 AD)[27]
    • Caprimulgiformes indet (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)
    • Chascacocolius oscitans (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[29]
    • Coraciiformes indet (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)
    • Crested lark, Galerida cristata (Sweden / Denmark – 1980 AD)[27]
    • Eocypselus vincenti (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark)[29]
    • Eurasian hoopoe, Upupa epops (Sweden – 2010 AD; regularly observed in the country despite no known breeding populations)[27]
    • European roller, Coracias garrulus (Sweden – 2000 AD)[27]
    • Galliformes indet (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[30]
    • †Great auk, Pinguinus impennis (Sweden / Norway / Denmark / Iceland – 1800 AD)
    • Great bustard, Otis tarda (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Hesperornis rossicus (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Kentish plover, Charadrius alexandrinus (Sweden – 2005 AD)[7]
    • Lithornis (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[31]
    • Middle spotted woodpecker Dendrocoptes medius (Sweden / Norway / Denmark / Finland / Iceland – 1980 AD; occasionally observed in known breeding locations)[27]
    • Mopsitta tanta (Limfjorden on Mors in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[32][33][34][35]
    • Morsoravis sedilis (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[36]
    • Musophagiformes indet (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)
    • Pellornis mikkelseni (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[37]
    • Primoscenidae indet (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)
    • Psittaciformes indet (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[33]
    • Rallidae indet (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)
    • Scaniornis lundgreni (Skåne, Sweden – Paleogene)[38][39][40]
    • Strigiformes indet (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)

    6.3. Conodonts

    • Apsidognathus walmsleyi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Aulacognathus bullatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Belodella (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Camiodus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Dapsilodus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Decoriconus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Distomodus dubius (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Distomodus kentuckyensis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Hadrognathus staurognathoides (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Hindeodella confluens (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Hindeodella excavata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Hindeodella gulletensis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Hindeodella polinclinata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Hindeodella sagitta rhenana (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Hindeodella snajdri (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Hindeodella steinhomensis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Hindeodella wimani (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Johnognathus huddlei (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Kockelella absidata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Kockelella ranuliformis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Kockelella variabilis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Kockelella walliseri (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Ligonodina confluens (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Ligonodina elegans (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Lignodina excavata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Ligonodina silurica (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Ozarkodina serrata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Panderodus equicostatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Panderodus gracilis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Panderodus langkawiensis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Panderodus recurvatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Panderodus unicostatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Pedavis thorsteinssoni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Polygnathoides siluricus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Pseudooneotodus tricornis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Pseudooneotodus beckmanni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Pterospathodus amorphognathoides (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]
    • Pterospathodus pennatus procerus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[41]

    6.4. Fishes

    • Andreolepis hedei (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[42]
    • Atlantic sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchus (Sweden – 1900 AD)[7]
    • Carcharias indet (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[43]
    • Cephalaspis (Wood Bay, Spetsbergen, Svalbard, Norway – Devonian)[44]
    • Common skate, Dipturus batis (Sweden – 2010 AD)[7]
    • Cretoxyrhina (Ivö Klack, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[45]
    • Hybodus (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)
    • Hyllingea svanbergi (Hyllinge, Skåne, Sweden – Triassic)[46]
    • Ischyodus (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)
    • †Megalodon, Carcharocles megalodon (Denmark – Quaternary)
    • Lepidotes (Skåne, Sweden – Jurassic)
    • Leptolepis nathorsti (Skåne, Sweden – Jurassic)
    • Scanilepis dubia (Bjuv, Skåne, Sweden – Triassic)[47]

    6.5. Mammals

    Bears

    • Polar bear, Ursus maritimus (Sweden / Svalbard, Norway / Greenland, Denmark – Quaternary; only extinct in Sweden)[48][49]

    Bovids

    • †Aurochs, Bos primigenius (Östergötland and Närke, Sweden / Jylland, Denmark – Quaternary)[50][51]
    • †Dwarf ox / dwarf cow, Bos longifrons (Sweden – Quaternary)[52]
    • European bison, Bison bonasus (Sweden / Denmark – Quaternary; currently working to be reintroduced in both Sweden and Denmark)[53][54][55]
    • Saiga antelope, Saiga tatarica (Sweden / Denmark – Quaternary)[49][56]

    Cats

    • †Eurasian cave lion, Panthera spelaea (Sweden / Denmark – Quaternary)
    • European wildcat, Felis silvestris silvestris (Sweden – 1,700-500 BC)[56]
    • †Scimitartoothed cat, Homotherium (Sweden – Quaternary)

    Deers

    • Finnish forest reindeer, Rangifer tarandus fennicus (Sweden / Finland – 1800 AD; populations remain in Finland)
    • †Irish elk, Megaloceros giganteus (Sweden – Quaternary)[57]
    • Norwegian fell reindeer, Rangifer tarandus tarandus (Sweden / Norway / Finland – 1800 AD; genetically pure populations remain only in Dovrefjäll-Rondane in Norway)

    Dogs

    • †Dalbo dog was a Swedish dog breed believed to have gone extinct by 1870 AD.[58]
    • Gray wolf, Canis lupus (Sweden / Norway / Denmark / Finland – previously extinct in Sweden and Denmark but currently reintroduced)[59][60]
    • †Peat dog, Canis familiaris inostranzewi (Denmark – Quaternary)[61][62]

    Horses

    • †Forest horse, Equus ferus germanicus (Sweden – Quaternary)
    • †Tarpan, Equus ferus silvaticus (Sweden – Quaternary)
    • Wild horse, Equus ferus (Sweden – Quaternary)

    Kuehneotherians

    • Kuehneotherium praecursoris (Greenland, Denmark – Triassic)

    Multituberculates

    • Multituberculata indet (Bornholm, Denmark – Cretaceous)

    Pantodonts

    • Titanoides (Svalbard, Norway – Paleogene)[63]

    Pigs

    • Wild boar, Sus scrofa (Sweden / Norway / Denmark / Finland – 1700 AD; previously extinct in Sweden and Denmark but currently reintroduced)[64][65]

    Primates

    • †Gardarene man, Homo gardarensis (Garðar on Greenland, Denmark – 1100 AD; currently regarded as Homo sapiens with acromegaly)[66][67][68]
    • †Neanderthal man, Homo neanderthalensis (Wolf Cave, Finland – Quaternary; possibly synonymous with Homo sapiens)[69][70][71][72]

    Proboscideans

    • Gomphotherium (Södermanland, Sweden – Neogene)[73][74]
    • †Woolly mammoth, Mammuthus primigenius (Skåne, Sweden / Norway / Danmark / Finland – Quaternary)[75][76]

    Rhinoceros

    • †Woolly rhinoceros, Coelodonta antiquitatis (Sweden – Quaternary)

    Rodents

    • Black rat, Rattus rattus (Sweden / Denmark – 1994 AD)[77][78]

    Seals

    • Harp seal, Pagophilus groenlandica (Sweden / Greenland, Denmark – Quaternary)

    Whales

    • Bowhead whale, Balaena mysticetus (Sweden / Norway / Greenland, Denmark – Quaternary)
    • Gray whale, Eschrichtius robustus (Sweden / Greenland, Denmark – Quaternary)
    • †Swedenborg whale, Balaena swedenborgii (Bohuslän, Sweden – Quaternary)[79][80][81][82]

    6.6. Reptiles

    Crocodilians

    • Aigialosuchus villandensis (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[83][84][84]
    • Crocodilia indet (Skåne, Sweden – Tertiary)
    • Thoracosaurus scanicus (Skåne, Sweden / Limhamn, Denmark – Paleogene)[85][85][86][87]

    Dinosaurs

    • Allosaurus (Spitsbergen in Svalbard, Norway – Jurassic)[88]
    • Ankylosauridae indet (Bornholm, Denmark – Jurassic)[89][90][91]
    • Ceratopsidae indet (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[92][93]
    • Dilophosaurus (Sala in Västmanland and Vallåkra in Skåne, Sweden – Jurassic)[94][95][96][97]
    • Dromaeosauroides bornholmensis (Bornholm, Danmark – Cretaceous)[98][99][100][101][102][103]
    • Hypsilophodon (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[92][94]
    • Iguanodon (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[92]
    • Leptoceratops (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28][97][104][105][106][107]
    • Ornithopoda indet (Svalbard, Norway – Cretaceous)[108]
    • Plateosaurus (Skåne, Sweden / Nordsjön, Norway / Greenland, Denmark – Triassic)[97][109][110][111][112]
    • Saichania chulsanensis (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[97][110]
    • Theropoda indet (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[110]
    • Theropoda indet (Kristianstad, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[113][114]
    • Theropoda indet (Svalbard, Norway – Cretaceous)[108]
    • Titanosauridae indet (Bornholm, Denmark – Cretaceous)[89][90][91]
    • Tyrannosauridae indet (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous; remains currently believed to belong to a large fish)[97][115][116]

    Ichthyosaurs

    • Cryopterygius kristiansenae (Spitsbergen on Svalbard, Norway – Jurassic)
    • Ichthyosaurus (Skåne, Sweden / Norway – Jurassic)
    • Palvennia hoybergeti (Spitsbergen on Svalbard, Norway – Jurassic)

    Mosasaurs

    • Clidastes propython (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Dollosaurus (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Eonatator sternbergi (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Hainosaurus ivoensis (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Halisaurus sternbergi (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)
    • Liodon (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)
    • Mosasaurus hoffmanni (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)
    • Platecarpus (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Plioplatecarpus (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)
    • Prognathodon (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)
    • Tylosaurus ivoensis (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28][117]

    Plesiosaurs

    • Cimoliosaurus nazarowi (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[83]
    • Colymbosaurus svalbardensis (Svalbard, Norway – Jurassic)
    • Djupedalia engeri (Svalbard, Norway – Jurassic)
    • Elasmosaurus gigas (Skåne, Sweden / Svalbard, Norway – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Elasmosaurus helmersenii (Skåne, Sweden / Svalbard, Norway – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Kimmerosaurus langhami (Svalbard, Norway – Jurassic)
    • Plesiosaurus (Skåne, Sweden / Norway – Jurassic)
    • †Predator X, Pliosaurus funkei (Svalbard, Norway – Jurassic)
    • Polycotylidae indet (Skåne, Sweden – Jurassic)[28]
    • Scanisaurus nazarowi (Ivö Klack, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28][28][84][118][118]
    • Spitrasaurus larseni (Svalbard, Norway – Jurassic)
    • Spitrasaurus wensaasi (Svalbard, Norway – Jurassic)

    Pterosaurs

    • Pteranodon (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[43]

    Snakes

    • Palaeophis (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[119]

    Turtles

    • Eosphargis breineri (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[120]
    • European pond turtle, Emys orbicularis (Skåne, Östergötland, and Öland, Sweden / Denmark – 2000 BC in Sweden and 700 BC in Denmark; living turtles have been found in Skåne and Värmland, Sweden, presumably originating as released pets)[121][122][123]
    • Glarichelys (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[124]
    • Osteopygis (Kristianstad in Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Puppigerus (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Paleogene)[29]
    • Tasbacka danica (Fur in Limfjorden in Jylland, Denmark – Cretaceous)[125]
    • Testudines indet (Kristianstad in Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28]
    • Trionychidae indet (Kristianstad in Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[28][126]

    7. Cnidarians

    7.1. Conulariids

    • Conularia aspersa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Conularia laevis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)

    7.2. Corals

    • Acervularia ananas singularis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127]
    • Acervularia ananas tabulatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Aeropoma pirsmaticum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Alveolites fougti (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Angopora hisingeri (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Aulacophyllum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Aulopora (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127]
    • Broch coral, Muriceides kuekenthali (Sweden – 2010 AD)[7]
    • Calostylis denticulata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Cyathophyllum bisectum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Cystiphyllum siluriense (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Cystiophyllum (Visby in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[128]
    • Dinophyllum involutum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Diploëpora grayi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Favosites asper (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127]
    • Favosites forbesi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Favosites gothlandicus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127]
    • Goniphyllum pyramidale (Väskinde in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127][129]
    • Halysites catenularis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127]
    • Halysites catenulatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127]
    • Halysites escharoides (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Heliolites interstinctus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127]
    • Heliolites parvistella (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127]
    • Holophragma calceoloides (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Ketophyllum (Eksta in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[127][130]
    • Kodonophyllum truncatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Lindströmia dalmani (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Lindströmia siluriensis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Lykophyllum tabulatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Oculina becki (Limhamn in Skåne, Sweden / Faxe in Själland, Denmark – Tertiary)[127]
    • Omphyma (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Pachypora lamellicornis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Palaeocyclus porpita (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127]
    • Phaulactis angusta (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Pholidophyllum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Plasmopora calyculata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Plasmopora foroensis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Plasmopora scita (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Polyorophe glabra (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Propora tabulata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Protolyellia princeps (Gotland, Sweden – Cambrian)[131]
    • Ptychophyllum patellatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Roemeria kunthiana (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Spatangopsis costata (Gotland, Sweden – Cambrian)[132]
    • Stauria favosa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Striatopora calyculata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Striatopora halli (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Syringopora (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][127]
    • Thecia swindernana (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Zaphrentis conulus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]

    8. Echinoderms

    • Cidaris baltica (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Diplodetus (Köpinge, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[133]
    • Echinocorys (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[134]
    • Echinosphaerites aurantium (Kinnekulle in Västergötland, Sweden – Ordovician)[135]
    • Echinosphaerites grandis (Kleva in Västergötland, Sweden – Ordovician)[136][137]
    • Eucalyptocrinus granulatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Micraster glyphus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Trisalenia (Ivö Klack, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[138]
    • Tylocidaris (Denmark – Cretaceous)

    8.1. Starfishes

    • Palaeasterina antiqua (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]

    9. Hemichordates

    9.1. Graptolites

    • Dictyonema (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Gothograptus nassa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Monograptus bohemicus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Monograptus dubius (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Monograptus flemingi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Monograptus nilssoni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Monograptus priodon (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Monograptus spiralis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Monograptus varians (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]

    10. Hyolithelmintids

    • Torellella laevigata (Stockholm, Sweden – Cambrian)

    11. Hyoliths

    • Hyolithes (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Ladatheca cylindrica (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]

    12. Molluscs

    12.1. Gastropods

    • Bellerophon globulus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Bellerophon sphaera (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Chelodes gotlandicus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Craspedostoma elegantum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Cyclonema delicatulum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Cyclonema nodulosum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Euomphalopterus alatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Horistoma (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Hormotoma (Gothem in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9][139]
    • Lophospira bicincta (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Loxonema (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Marsh grass snail, Vallonia enniensis (Sweden – 2000 AD)[7]
    • Murchisonia attenuata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Murchisonia cingulata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Oriostoma (Lansa and Fårö in Dalarna, Sweden – Silurian)[140]
    • Oriostoma acutum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Oriostoma angulatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Phanerotrema labrosa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Platyceras enorme (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Platyceras disciforme (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Pleurotomaria alata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Platyceras cornutum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Pleurotomaria limata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Poleumita discors (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Poleumita globosa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Poleumita roemeri (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Pycnomphalus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Pleurotomaria (Östergarn in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[141]
    • Scaphella faxensis (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)
    • Subulites attenuatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Subulites ventricosus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Tremanotus dilatatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Tremanotus longiudinalis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Trochonema (Kalholn in Dalarna, Sweden – Ordovician)[142]
    • Trochus incisus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Trochus lundgreni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Tryblidium reticulatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Tryblidium unguis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]

    12.2. Bivalves

    • Acutostrea (Axeltorp, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[143]
    • Ambonychia (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Aviculopecten reticulatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Buchia (Svalbard, Norway / Greenland, Denmark – Jurassic)[144]
    • Cardiola interrupta (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Conocardium (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Cornellites sowerbyi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Cypricardinia crispula (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Cypricardites sinuatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Follmanella danbyi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Follmanella duplicata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Goniophora cf. cymbaeformis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Grammysia cingulata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Grammysia rotundata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Grammysia triangulata (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Hyotissa (Ivö Klack, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[145]
    • Ilionia prisca (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Lucina hisingeri (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Megalomus gotlandicus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Modiolopsis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Mytilarca (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Nucula anglica (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Posidonomya glabra (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Pterinea demissa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Pteronitella retroflexa (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Rastellum diluvianum (Ivö Klack, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[146]
    • Rhombopteria mira (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Salweyia (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Schizodus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Tancrediopsis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]

    12.3. Cephalopods

    • Actinocamax (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)
    • Actionoceras (Heligholm in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[147]
    • Anthoceras (Silverberg in Dalarna, Sweden – Ordovician)[148]
    • Ascoceras bohemicum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Ascoceras decipiens (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Ascoceras gradatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Ascoceras manubrium (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Belemnellocamax mammilatus (Ivö Klack, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[149]
    • Belemnitella (Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)
    • Cameroceras (Unkarsheden in Dalarna, Sweden – Ordovician)[150]
    • Cyrtoceras (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Dawsonceras annulatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Endoceras (Södra Bäck and Hälludden in Öland, Sweden – Ordovician)[151][152]
    • Gomphoceras (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Lituites (Kårgärde in Dalarna, Sweden – Ordovician)[153]
    • Michelinoceras (Brunnby Kanal in Öland, Sweden – Ordovician)[154]
    • Nautilus hisingeri (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Octomeroceras pugil (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[155]
    • Octameroceras unguifer (Samsugn and Othem in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[156]
    • Ophidioceras reticulatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Orthoceras (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Parapuzosia (Ivö Klack, Skåne, Sweden – Cretaceous)[157]
    • Phragmoceras (Follingbo in Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[158]
    • Phragmoceras constatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Phragmoceras convolutum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Phragmoceras eurystoma flexiblile (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Phragmoceras muthei (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Subulites (Dalarna, Sweden – Ordovician)
    • Tragoceras (Bornsby in Dalarna, Sweden – Ordovician)[159]
    • Trochoceras costatum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Trocholites (Öland, Sweden – Ordovician)[160]
    • Tubiferoceras (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]

    13. Poriferans

    13.1. Stromatoporoids

    • Clathrodictyon striatellum (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Labechia comferta (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Spongiostroma holmi (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Stromatopora discoidea (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]

    14. Retarians

    14.1. Foraminiferans

    • Platysolenites antiquissimus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]

    15. Tentaculites

    • Cornulites scalariformis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]
    • Cornulites serpularis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Conchicolites nicholsoni (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Conchicolites tuberculiferus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Tentaculites annulatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Tentaculites inaequalis (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Tentaculites multiannulatus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[9]
    • Tentaculites wenlockianus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[15]

    16. Problematica

    • Autodetus calyptratus (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)[2]
    • Harlaniella podolica (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Ediacaran)[1]
    • Intrites (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Palaeopascichnus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Ediacaran)[1]
    • Yelovichnus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Ediacaran)[1]

    17. Ichnofossils

    • Archaeonassa (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Arenicolithes (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Asterichnus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Belorhaphe (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Bergaueria (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Cochlichnus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Cosmorhaphe (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Cruziana (Gotland, Sweden – Cambrian)
    • Cruziana tenella (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Curvolithus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Didymaulichnus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Dimorphichnus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Diplichnites (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Diplocraterion (Gotland, Sweden – Silurian)
    • Glockerichnus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Gordia (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Grallator (Eubrontes) giganteus (Sweden – Jurassic)[109]
    • Grallator (Eubrontes) soltykovensis (Sweden – Jurassic)[109]
    • Gyrolithes (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Helicolithus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Ediacaran)[1]
    • Helminthoidichnites (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Mobergella (Gotland, Sweden – Cambrian)
    • Monocraterion (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Monomorphichnus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Multina (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Paleodictyon (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Palaeophycus (Lugnås in Västergötland, Sweden / Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1][161]
    • Phoebichnus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Phycodes (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Planolites (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Psammichnites (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Plagiogmus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Rhizocorallium (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Rusophycus dipar (Gotland, Sweden – Cambrian)
    • Rusophycus avalonensis (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Rusophycus (Hjälmsäter in Västergötland, Sweden – Cambrian)[162]
    • Skolithos (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Skolithos (Kalmarsund in Småland, Sweden – Cambrian)[163]
    • Squamodictyon (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Syringomorpha (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Taenidium (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Teichichnus (Gotland, Sweden – Cambrian)
    • Teichichnus (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Thalassinoides (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Torrowangea (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Treptichnus pedum (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]
    • Zoophycos (Tanafjord in Finnmark, Norway – Cambrian)[1]

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