Yes lots – we think that about 90% or more of all the matter which has gravity in the Universe is “dark matter” which is different from quarks, electrons etc. (which we collectively call “bayonic matter”).
There are many types of leptons, such as electrons and then also muons and tau particles. Then there are neutrinos, of which there are 3 types. So 6 leptons in total. (Plus, for all of these, there are the anti-particles making 12 leptons and anti-leptons together).
Then there are the types of quarks, and the massless particles such as photons. This last one is a boson, and there are a few types of those: the most famous is the Higgs Boson that people are trying to track down at the moment.
Then there are a whole host of invented particles to explain certain physics. My favourite would be the WIMPs: Weakly Interacting Massive Particles. :-p
And Karen has a good point: most matter is something we call dark and we have very little idea what that is made up of.