Genus: Keilhauia DELSETT, ROBERTS, DRUCKENMILLER, & HURUM, 2017
Etymology: In honor of Baltazar Mathias Keihau (1797-1858), the first Norwegian geologist to do fieldwork in the Arctic. He as part of an expidition to Svalbard (Spitsbergen) in 1827. His collection is housed at teh Natural History Museum in Oslo, Norway, where PMO 222.655 is housed.
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Etymology: In honor of Natur og Ungdom (Young Friends of the Earth Norway) working to protect the Arctic environment, who celebrate thier 50 year anniversary in 2017).
Holotype: PMO 222.655
Locality: Island of Spitsbergen, north side of Janusfjellet, approximately 13 km north of Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway.
Horizon: Slottsmoya Member, Agardhfjellet Formation, Janusfjellet Subgroup.
Age: Early Berriasian Stage, Lower Neocomian Subepoch, Lower Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.
Material: An articulated, partial skeleton consisting of an incomplete rostrum, teh dorsal and preflexural vertebrae, the right pectoral girdle and forefin, most of the pelvic girdle, and both femora.
Note: ZVERKOV & PRILEPSKAYA, 2019 refer Keilhauia to Arthropterygius sp. juv. cf. A. chrisorum.