Genus: Limnogyrinus MILNER 1986
Etymology:
= Microdon FRITSCH, 1876
Etymology:
= Limnerpeton partim FRITSCH, 1883
Etymology:

Species: elegans (FRITSCH, 1881)
Etymology:
= Limnerpeton elegans, FRITSCH, 1881
= Limnerpeton laticeps FRITSCH, 1881

Holotype: NMP M477 (= FRITISCH Orig. 133)

Locality: Nyrany (Nurschan), Plzen Basin, Bohemia, Czech Republic.

Horizon: Gaskohl.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Westphalian D, Lower Upper Silesian Series, Desmoniensean, Upper Myachkovskian Stage, Upper Moscovian Epoch, Late Carboniferous (Late Pennsylvanian).

Material: Skull and skeleton.

Referred material:

WERNEBURG, 2012

Mb. Am 1, 4, 22, 59, 60, NHMW-1898/X/22, 1983/32/5, /7, /30, /33, 1899/IV/ta, b, 1898/X/19a, NMP-M /We-1, -2, -M 370, ZMP-M 00269, 00270, 00272, 00332, 00714, ZMP-ZP 2848:

= Limnerpeton macrolepis FRITSCH, 1881

Syntype: NMP M473 (= FRITSCH ORIg. 234)

Locality: Nyrany (Nurschan), Plzen Basin, Bohemia, Czech Republic.

Horizon: Gaskohl.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Westphalian D, Lower Upper Silesian Series, Desmoniensean, Upper Myachkovskian Stage, Upper Moscovian Epoch, Late Carboniferous (Late Pennsylvanian).

Material:


= Branchiosaurus salamandroides BULMAN & WHITTARD, 1926 (referred material)

Locality: Nyrany (Nurschan), Plzen Basin, Bohemia, Czech Republic.

Horizon: Gaskohl.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Westphalian D, Lower Upper Silesian Series, Desmoniensean, Upper Myachkovskian Stage, Upper Moscovian Epoch, Late Carboniferous (Late Pennsylvanian).

Material:

UMZC T17: Anterior region of a small skull.

UMZC T18: Fragmentary skull.


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Species: robustus (FRITSCH, 1879) SCHOCH & MILNER, 2014 (nomen dubium)
= Branchiosaurus robustus FRITSCH, 1901
Etymology:

Holotype: NMP 418

Locality: Kounov, Czech Republic.

Horizon: Kounov Member, Slany Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Stephanian B regional stage, Kasimovian/Gzelian Epoch boundary? Late Pennsylvanian Subperod, Late Carboniferous Period.

Material: A small interclavicle and mandibular fragment.

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Species: edani WERNEBURG, 1989
Etymology:

Holotype:

Locality: Wasserriss IM Sembachteal near Winterstein, Thunger Forest, Thuringia State, Germany.

Horizon: Sembachtal horizon, U. Manebacher Schichten.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Permian.

Material: