Genus: Cheliderpeton FRITSCH, 1887
Etymology:
= Chelydosaurus FRITSCH, 1885
Etymology:
= Chelidosaurus FRITSCH, 1877
= Lepiderpeton FRITSCH, 1879

Species: vranyi FRITSCH, 1887
Etymology:
= Chelydosaurus vranyi FRITSCH, 1885

Holotype: NMP-M351 (Fri Orig. 350)

Locality: Olivetin (Oelbeg) near Broumov (Braunau), in the Intrasudetic Basin, Bohemia, Czech Republic.

Horizon: Ruprechtice Limestone, Broumov Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Autunian Regional Stage, Asselian/Sakmarian Stage, Cisuralian (Rotliegendes) Epoch, Early Permian.

Material: Posterior region of a postcranial skeleton showing ventral scale floor, sacral and caudal vertebrae, pelvic girdle and left hind limb.

Lectotype: NMP M531 (CGH Orig. 350), specimen 5 (in counterpart)

Material: Fragmentary skull, shoulder girdle, ribs and scales.

Referred material:

CGH Orig 356, specimen 12: Interclavicle.

BMNH R1456: Cast of type.

WERNBURG & STEYER, 2002

NMP-M529 (orginal number 347): Anterior part of a large skull.

NMP-M2040: A nearly complete skull of a juvenile specimen.

NMP-M2033: A nearly complete skeleton of a juvenile.

NMP-M2866: A subcomplete skeleton in dorsal view.

MB unnumbered: A poorly preserved part of a postcranial skeleton with right fore and hind limbs and the anterior part of a tail.


Locality: Ruppersdorf, Germany.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material:

BMNH R1457: Cast of anterior part of skull.


Locality: Oelberg, Czech Republic.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material:

BMNH R1458: Cast of sacral region of skull.

 

 

WERNEBURG & STEYER, 2002

Locality: Ruprechtice, Bohemia, Czech Republic.

Horizon: Ruprechtice Horizon.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material:

NMP-M233 (136): A nearly complete skeleton of ajuvenile specimen.

BGRB: Skull.

NMP-M, unnumbered: Skull.


= Actinodon germanicus KUHN, 1939
Etymology:

Holotype: GMH unnumbered

Locality: Ruprechtice, Bohemia, Czech Republic.

Horizon: Ruprechtice Horizon.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material: Skull.


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Species: latirostris (JORDAN, 1849) BOY, 1993
Etymology: Latin, lati, "broad, wide" and Latin, rostris, "snout."
= Actinodon latirostris (JORDAN, 1849)
= Archegosaurus latirostris JORDAN, 1849
= Sclerocephalus latirostris (JORDAN, 1849) FRITSCH, 1883

Holotype: Sammlung des Palaontologischen Institutes der Uiversitat Bon, POB-No. 4.

Locality: Lebach, wahrscheinlich Raum Rummelbah-Gresaubach near Lebach/Saar, Saarland State, Germany.

Horizon: Lower Clay Ironstone of the Coal Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Autunian, Sakmarian stage, upper lower to lower middle Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material: Skull fragment.

Referred material:

PIB-No. 1: Larval skull.

PIB-No. 2, MNG-Am. 211a, MCZ-1272a: Skulls.

GPIM-N1180, GPIM-N793a, MNB-Am 211b: Fragmentary skulls and fragmentary skeletons..

GPIM-N1177, MNG-AM 215a: Lower jaw.

GPIM-N1217: Skull of an adult.

GPIM-N793A, GPIM-N1843, GPIM -N1844: Interclavicals.

 

KLUG, KRIWET & WITZMANN, 2007

Locality: Lake Hamberg, Saar-Nahe Basin, Germany.

Horizon: Upper Odernheim Unit, Meisenheim Formation.

Biostatigraphy:

Age: Lower Rotlegend, Lowermost Permian.

Material:

UHC-P 0682: Skeleton of Triodus sessilis.
Note: With 2 larval temnospondyls (Archegosaurus dechnei [skull and skeleton] and Chelderpeton latirostre [fragmentary skull and nearly complete skeleton] with an acanthodian Acanthodes bronni keletal elements in its digestive track) within its digestive track.

LYDEKKER, 1890

Locality: Lebach, near Saarbruchen, Saarland State, Germany

Horizon: Lower Clay Ironstone of the Coal Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Autunian, Sakmarian stage, upper lower to lower middle Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material:

BMNH R1299: Skull of a juvenile.

 

Locality: Muse, near Autun, Saone-et-Loire, France.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Permian.

Material:

BMNH R1605: Skull and thoracic region.

 

WITZMAN, 2007

Locality: Saar-Nahe Basin, Saarland adn Rheinland-Pfalz, Southwestern Germany.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Autunian, Sakmarian stage, upper lower to lower middle Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material:

MB.Am. 1271, 1275: Compelete skeleton with scales.

MB.Am.1293: Skull and anterior part of the trunk with scales.

MB.Am.1312: skull and anterior part of the trunk with scales.

ROM 5735: Skull with anterior half of the trunk with scales.

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Species: lellbachae KRÄTSCHMER, 2006
Etymology: In honor of Lotte Lellbach from Odernheim, a large fossil collector and discoverer of the, “Odernheimer Kalkbank”.

Holotype: NHMM-PW2006/14

Locality: Odernheim, Rheinland-Pflaz State, Germany.

Horizon: Klauswald-Fossilhorizon, Middle Odernheim Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material: Skull and skeleton, with scales.

Referred material:

SMNK-TAL 4638: Nearly complete specimen.

SKO-023: Postcranial skeleton.

SKO-053: Skull.