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  3. Classification ‎(28 members)
  4. Linnaean taxonomy ‎(27 members)
  5. Trilobita ‎(27 members)
  6. Ecology ‎(25 members)
  7. Cladistics ‎(24 members)
  8. Pteraspidomorphi ‎(22 members)
  9. Mollusca glossary ‎(21 members)
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  11. Continents ‎(20 members)
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  14. Phylogeny ‎(18 members)
  15. Anteosauria ‎(17 members)
  16. Vertebrata ‎(17 members)
  17. Fungi ‎(17 members)
  18. Cretaceous ‎(16 members)
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  20. Placodermi ‎(16 members)
  21. Cnidaria ‎(15 members)
  22. Trophic structure ‎(15 members)
  23. Crinoidea ‎(15 members)
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  37. Eocene mammals ‎(10 members)
  38. Taxonomy ‎(10 members)
  39. Eukarya ‎(10 members)
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  42. Sauropsida ‎(10 members)
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  58. Permian ‎(8 members)
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  66. Pleistocene mammals ‎(7 members)
  67. Echinodermata ‎(7 members)
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  69. Sauropodomorpha ‎(7 members)
  70. Diapsida ‎(7 members)
  71. Sauropterygia ‎(7 members)
  72. Homobasidiomycetes ‎(7 members)
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  74. Ostreidae ‎(6 members)
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  76. Anthozoa ‎(6 members)
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  78. Devonian sites ‎(6 members)
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  80. Evolutionary biology ‎(6 members)
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  84. Aves ‎(5 members)
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  87. Paleogene ‎(5 members)
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  90. Aquatic biomes ‎(5 members)
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  106. Plantae ‎(4 members)
  107. Prehistoric mammals ‎(4 members)
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  112. Benthos ‎(4 members)
  113. Eubacteria ‎(4 members)
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  115. Ruminantia ‎(4 members)
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  121. Evolution ‎(4 members)
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  123. Sauropoda ‎(4 members)
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  125. Herbivore ‎(4 members)
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  127. Ornithischia ‎(4 members)
  128. Amniota ‎(4 members)
  129. Placoderms ‎(4 members)
  130. Redlichiida ‎(4 members)
  131. Seas ‎(4 members)
  132. Cambrian invertebrates ‎(4 members)
  133. Ichthyopterygia ‎(3 members)
  134. Deer ‎(3 members)
  135. Animal anatomy ‎(3 members)
  136. Coeloscleritophora ‎(3 members)
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  139. Platyzoa ‎(3 members)
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  199. Osteology ‎(2 members)
  200. Ascomycota ‎(2 members)
  201. DNA ‎(1 member)
  202. Feathered dinosaurs ‎(1 member)
  203. Miocene mammals ‎(1 member)
  204. Plant morphology ‎(1 member)
  205. Reproduction ‎(1 member)
  206. Seaweeds ‎(1 member)
  207. Synapsids ‎(1 member)
  208. Triassic animals ‎(1 member)
  209. Fellows of the Leopoldina ‎(1 member)
  210. Lizards ‎(1 member)
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  212. Prehistoric invertebrates ‎(1 member)
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  214. Triassic reptiles ‎(1 member)
  215. Dinosaurs of Asia ‎(1 member)
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  217. Fellows of the Royal Entomological Society of London ‎(1 member)
  218. Ichthyosaurs ‎(1 member)
  219. Lobe-finned fishes ‎(1 member)
  220. Paleoanthropology ‎(1 member)
  221. Animals that can change color ‎(1 member)
  222. Sensory organs ‎(1 member)
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  224. Coleopterists ‎(1 member)
  225. Fellows of the Royal Society ‎(1 member)
  226. Geology ‎(1 member)
  227. Logic ‎(1 member)
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  229. Prehistoric reptiles of North America ‎(1 member)
  230. Carcinologists ‎(1 member)
  231. Columbiformes ‎(1 member)
  232. Developmental biology ‎(1 member)
  233. Early hominids ‎(1 member)
  234. Ethologists ‎(1 member)
  235. Fellows of the Zoological Society of London ‎(1 member)
  236. Gorgonopsia ‎(1 member)
  237. Nanotechnology ‎(1 member)
  238. Pleistocene extinctions ‎(1 member)
  239. Prehistoric rhinos ‎(1 member)
  240. Royal Medal winners ‎(1 member)
  241. Silurian Trilobites ‎(1 member)
  242. Taxus ‎(1 member)
  243. Comparative anatomy ‎(1 member)
  244. Mammals ‎(1 member)
  245. Paleocene sites ‎(1 member)
  246. Petrology ‎(1 member)
  247. Prehistoric synapsids of Africa ‎(1 member)
  248. Biochemistry ‎(1 member)
  249. Silurian animals ‎(1 member)
  250. Carnivorous plants ‎(1 member)
  251. Devonian Trilobites ‎(1 member)
  252. Flora of Europe ‎(1 member)
  253. Gustatory system ‎(1 member)
  254. Medicinal plants ‎(1 member)
  255. Prehistoric synapsids of Asia ‎(1 member)
  256. Silurian fish ‎(1 member)
  257. Template namespace templates ‎(1 member)
  258. Devonian animals ‎(1 member)
  259. Evaluating arguments ‎(1 member)
  260. Flora of Pakistan ‎(1 member)
  261. Jurassic dinosaurs ‎(1 member)
  262. Oligocene artiodactyls ‎(1 member)
  263. Philosophy ‎(1 member)
  264. Pliocene mammals ‎(1 member)
  265. Prehistoric xenarthrans ‎(1 member)
  266. Archosauria ‎(1 member)
  267. Biology timelines ‎(1 member)
  268. Silurian invertebrates ‎(1 member)
  269. Chameleons ‎(1 member)
  270. Echinoidea ‎(1 member)
  271. Forums ‎(1 member)
  272. Laminariales ‎(1 member)
  273. Mesonychids ‎(1 member)
  274. Philosophy of Science ‎(1 member)
  275. Poisonous plants ‎(1 member)
  276. Primates ‎(1 member)
  277. Saurischia ‎(1 member)
  278. Silurian life ‎(1 member)
  279. Vendozoa ‎(1 member)
  280. Devonian life ‎(1 member)
  281. Least concern plants ‎(1 member)
  282. Photosynthesis ‎(1 member)
  283. Alumni of Christ's College, Cambridge ‎(1 member)
  284. Evolutionary biologists ‎(1 member)
  285. Fossil taxa described in 2011 ‎(1 member)
  286. Organisms ‎(1 member)
  287. Alumni of the University of Edinburgh ‎(1 member)
  288. Cretaceous sites ‎(1 member)
  289. Embryology ‎(1 member)
  290. History of climate ‎(1 member)
  291. Origin of life ‎(1 member)
  292. Precambrian ‎(1 member)
  293. Pteraspidiformes ‎(1 member)
  294. Articles containing video clips ‎(1 member)
  295. Botany ‎(1 member)
  296. Sociology ‎(1 member)
  297. Three domains ‎(1 member)
  298. Time ‎(1 member)
  299. Vertebrate palaeontology ‎(1 member)
  300. Dicynodonts ‎(1 member)
  301. French zoologists ‎(1 member)
  302. History of evolutionary biology ‎(1 member)
  303. Ornamental trees ‎(1 member)
  304. Paleozoic invertebrates ‎(1 member)
  305. Pilosans ‎(1 member)
  306. Prehistoric Reptiles ‎(1 member)
  307. American paleontologists ‎(1 member)
  308. Specific fossil specimens ‎(1 member)
  309. Transitional fossil ‎(1 member)
  310. Digestive system ‎(1 member)
  311. Endocytosis ‎(1 member)
  312. Extinct animals of Antarctica ‎(1 member)
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  314. Artificial life ‎(1 member)
  315. Science ‎(1 member)
  316. Subjects taught in medical school ‎(1 member)
  317. Trees of humid continental climate ‎(1 member)
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  319. Wikipedia formatting and function templates ‎(1 member)
  320. English geologists ‎(1 member)
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  322. Mineralology ‎(1 member)
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  326. Trees of mild maritime climate ‎(1 member)
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  330. Miocene artiodactyls ‎(1 member)
  331. Amphibia ‎(1 member)
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