Genus: Cephalerpeton MOODIE, 1912
Etymology: Greek, kephale, “head”, Greek, herpeton, “reptile”: Head reptile.

Species: ventriarmatum MOODIE, 1912
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Holotype: YPM 796

Locality: Mazon Creek near Morris, Grundy County, Illinois.

Horizon: Carbondale Formation, above Morris (number 2) Coal.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Middle Silesian series, Westephalian C, Podolskian stage, or Westephalian D, Myachkovskian stage, Moscovian Epoch, Middle Pennsylvanian (Middle Carboniferous).

Material: Fragmentary skull and fragmentary skeleton.

Referred material:

FMNH PR 825: Cast of type.

 

= ?Erierpeton brachialis HUENE, 1956
Etymology: Latin, brachialis, "belonging to the arm, fore-leg, wing."

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Species: longipes MOODIE, 1912 (nomen dubium)
Etymology: Latin, long, "long" and Latin, pes, "foot."
= Cephalerpeton (Tuditanus) longipes (MOODIE, 1912)

Holotype: AMNH 1099

Locality: Linton locality (Coal mines originally owned by the Ohio Diamond Coal Company), NE corner Sect. 13, T9N, R2W, Linton near Wellsvile, west bank near mouth of Yellow Creek, Saline Township, Jefferson County, Ohio.

Horizon: Canneloid shale underlying Upper Freeport Coal, Allegheny Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Westphalian D, Lower Upper Silesian series, Myachkovskian stage, Upper Moscovian Epoch, Middle Pennsylvanian (Late Carboniferous).

Material: Fragmentary skeleton.