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Drakia (Disgustedorite, 2018) or western dragons are reptile-like dragons typically of western origin. They often have bat-like wings and the ability to breathe fire.
- Apteridrakidae (western dragons without wings)
- Hydraidae (wingless, usually snake-like western dragons with multiple heads)
Drakoidea (western dragons with wings which do not fall under the wyvern category)
- Demonidae (dragons with vaguely primate-like traits, often causing them to look like the devil)
- Dracomuscidae (four-limbed reptiles with membranous insect-like wings)
- Drakidae (lithe, cat-like dragons)
- Drakonocaudidae (western dragons with short or nonexistent tails)
- Microcheridae (typically bipedal western dragons with small forelimbs)
- Octodrae (western dragons with six or more non-wing limbs and at least one pair of wings, making a minimum of 8 limbs)
- Pennipterospinidae (feathered drakes with sails on their backs)
- Rosterodrakidae (sometimes plant-eating western dragons with beaks)
- Samaropteridae (western dragons with unmembraned wing limbs tipped with structures resembling samaras)
- Saurocoxidae (stout, lizard-like dragons with sprawled or splayed postures)
- Serpentodrakidae (western dragons with long snaky bodies and at least four non-wing limbs)
- Amphitherae (winged snake-like western dragons)
- Wyverdae (non-serpentine dragons with a pair of wings and usually one pair of arms or legs)
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