Genus: Milnererpeton HUNT, LUCAS & BERMAN, 2002
Etymology: In honor of Andrew R. Milner, to honor his diverse contributions to the study of fossil amphibians, and Greek, erpeton, "crawing, creeping creature."
= Milneria HUNT, LUCAS & BERMAN, 1996 non DALL, 1881
Etymology: In honor of Andrew R. Milner, to honor his diverse contributions to the study of fossil amphibians.

Species: huberi (HUNT, LUCAS & BERMAN, 1996) HUNT, LUCAS & BERMAN, 2002
Etymology: In honor of Philllip Huber, who found the holotype, for his contributions to the paleontology of the Kinnery Quarry.
= Milneria huberi HUNT, LUCAS & BERMAN, 1996

Holotype: NMMNH P-3696

Locality: Kinney Brick Company Quarry, SE 1/4, sec. 18, T9N, R6E, Bernalillo County, New Mexico.

Horizon: Upper part of the Pine Shadow Member, Wild Cow Formation, unit 3.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Virgilian, Gzelian Epoch, Late Pennsylvanian (Late Late Carboniferous).

Material: Nearly complete skeleton in part and counterpart slabs.

Note: Scales and skin impressions

Referred material:

WERNEBURG & LUCAS, 2007, WERNEBURG, SCHNEIDER & LUCAS, 2013

NMNNH P-15019a, b (part and counterpart): Nearly complete specimen.

Note: Scales and skin impressions.