Genus: Pholiderpeton HUXLEY, 1863
Etymology:
= Eogyrinus WATSON, 1926
Etymology:

Species: scutigerum HUXLEY, 1863
Etymology:

Holotype: Cliffe Castle Museum, Keighley BRMFS NS 111-81

Horizon: Roof of Blackbed or Rhoyd's Coal, Toftshaw, Bradford, Yorks County, England, southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Lower Coal Measures.

Biostratigraphy: Lower Communis Zone.

Age: Westphalian A, Middle Silesian Series, Upper Bashkirian – Lower Moscovian Epoch, Middle Carboniferous (Middle Pennsylvanian).

Material: Fragmentary skeleton.

Referred material:

Locality: 'Black bed ironstone' Low Moor, Bradford, Yorks County, England, southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Lower Coal Measures.

Biostratigraphy: Lower Communis Zone.

Age: Westphalian A, Middle Silesian Series, Upper Bashkirian – Lower Moscovian Epoch, Middle Carboniferous (Middle Pennsylvanian).

Material:

MCZ 2250: Skull, skull fragments and rib Fragments.

 

Locality: Drumgray Coals, Castlehill, near Carluke, Lanarkshire, now Strathclyde Province, Scotland, Northern United Kingdom.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy: Upper Communis zone.

Age: Westphalian A, Middle Silesian Series, Upper Bashkirian – Lower Moscovian Epoch, Middle Carboniferous (Middle Pennsylvanian).

Material:

RSM and Hunterian Museums:

 


Locality: Black Shale, Swanwick, Derbshire County, England, southern United Kingdom.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy: Upper Communis zone.

Age: Westphalian A, Middle Silesian Series, Upper Bashkirian – Lower Moscovian Epoch, Middle Carboniferous (Middle Pennsylvanian).

Material:

A1 Coope Collection.

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Species: attheyi (WATSON, 1926)
Etymology:
= Eogyrinus attheyi WATSON, 1926

Lectotype: NEWHM: G013.71 (HM G13.71, DMSW 27)

Locality: Low Main Seam, Newsham, Northumberland County, England, southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Middle coal Measures.

Biostratigraphy: Simills-pulchra zone.

Age: Westphalian B, Lower Upper Silesian series, Kashirskian Stage, Lower Moscovian Epoch, Early Middle Pennsylvanian, (Late Carboniferous).

Material: Skull with both jaw rami and rib fragments.

Referred Material:

(and from NEWMAN, McLEAN & HUDSON, 1996)

NEWHM: G013.72 (HM: G13.72. DMSW 28): Over 12 vertebrae, 6 ribs, scutes, and femur.

NEWHM: G013.73 (HM G13.73, DMSW 29): 3 vertebrae.

NEWHM: G013.74 (HM G13.74, DMSW 30): Braincase.

NEWHM: G013.75 (HM G13.75, DMSW 31): Part of a snout; as A. russelli, HANCOCK & ATTHEY 1869, Eogyrinus WATSON 1926.

NEWHM: G013.76 (HM G13.76, DMSW 32): A slab with caudal centra and ribs, scutes, etc.

NEWHM: G013.77 (HM G13.77, DMSW 33): Articulated vertebral column and associated rib fragments, ?mid trunk to early caudal region, also originally 4 consecutive posterior caudals.

NEWHM: G013.78 (HM G13.78, DMSW 35): An isolated skull table; as Pteroplax ATTHEY 1877, Eogyrinus WATSON 1926.

NEWHM: G013.79 (HM G13.79, DMSW 36): Right jaw articulation.

NEWHM: G013.80 (HM G13.80, DMSW 37): Articular end of left jaw, probably the specimen referred to A. russelli by HANCOCK & ATTHEY 1871.

NEWHM: G013.83 (HM G15.83): An isolated palatine with tusk pair.

NEWHM: G013.84 (HM G15.84): Dorsal vertebra, ?rib and scutes.

NEWHM: G013.85 (HM G13.85): Pleurocentrum and 2 rib fragments on slab.

NEWHM: G013.86 (HM G13.86): Intercentrum, pleurocentrum and rib fragment.

NEWHM: G013.87 (HM G13.87): Posterior trunk rib on slab.

NEWHM: G013.88 (HM G15.88): An isolated left quadrate and jaw fragment.

NEWHM: G013.89 (HM G13.89): Large rib on slab with Gyracanthus plate.

NEWHM: G013.90 (HM G13.90): Posterior trunk rib on slab.

NEWHM: G013.91 (HM G13.91): Part of trunk rib on slab.

NEWHM: G015.81 (HM G15.81): An interclavicle, referred to A. russelli HANCOCK & ATTHEY 1869.

NEWHM: G015.82 (HM G15.82): Counterpart (natural mould) of the previous specimen.

NEWHM: G015.85 (Pleurocentrum articulated with associated neural arch).

NEWHM: G015.86, G015.87: Isolated pleurocentrum.

NEWHM: G015.89: Isolated interclavicle and counterpart.

NEWHM: G015.90: Proximal part of an anterior dorsal rib.

NEWHM: G024.24: Isolated quadratojugal.

NEWHM: G024.28: Slab of shale bearing a single dermal scute with the morphologically external surface exposed.

NEWHM: G024.31: Slab of shale bearing a dermal scute with the morphologically external surface exposed.

NEWHM: G024.33: A length of the shaft of a dorsal rib.

NEWHM: G024.34: Anterior dorsal rib, lacking the distal section of the shaft.

NEWHM: G024.85: A pleurocentrum in articulation with an incompletely preserved neural arch, which lacks distal part of the neural spine and the left diapophysis, and with an incomplete intercentrum.

NEWHM: G024.97, G025.01, G025.05, G025.06, G025.08, G025.09, G025.10, G025.13, G025.18: Isolated pleurocentra.

NEWHM: G025.04: Isolated central element lacking a ventrolateral covering of smooth periosteal bone.

NEWHM: G025.11: Incompletely preserved central element.

NEWHM: G025.15: Isolated neural arch.

NEWHM: G025.51: Slabe of shale bearing 9 dermal scutes and impressions of 3 others.

NEWHM: G025.52: Slabe of shale bearing 2 dermal scutes.

NEWHM: G025.53: Slab of shale bearing a single dermal scute with the visceral surface exposed.

NEWHM: G025.54: Slab of shale bearing a single dermal scute with the external surface exposed.

NEWHM: G025.55: Slab of shale bearing a single dermal scute with the visceral surface exposed.

NEWHM: G025.56: Slabe of shale bearing a single dermal scute with the visceral surface exposed.

NEWHM: G025.57: Slab of shale bearing a single dermal scute preserved in visceral view.

NEWHM: G025.58: Slab of shale bearing a single dermal scute which is incompletely preserved.

NEWHM: G025.59: Slabe of shale bearing a single dermal scute preserved in visceral view.

NEWHM: G025.60: 2 isolated dermal scutes, one of which may represent the specimen figured by Atthey (1876 & 1877).

NEWHM: G040.28: Isolated right maxilla with tooth row.

NEWHM: G040.30: Tooth and fragment of jaw.

NEWHM: G053.28: Slab of shale bearing a single dermal scute with the external surface exposed.

NEWHM: G053.32: Slab bearing an isolated neural arch, sections of the shafts of 3 dorsal ribs, 1 dermal scute and the impressions of 2 further scutes.

NEWHM: G086.47: Slab bearing 3 dermal scutes and the impression of 2 others.

NEWHM: G086.50a-h: Numerous fragments of the shafts of 2 anterior trunk ribs.

NEWHM: G086.51: Incompletely preserved pleurocentrum.

NEWHM: G086.52: Incompletely preserved central element.

NEWHM: G086.53: Pleurocentrum in articulation with its neural arch.

NEWHM: G086.54, G086.58, G090.25: Isolated neural archs.

NEWHM: G086.55: Isolated neural arch lacking the neural spine.

NEWHM: G086.56: Incompletely preserved neural arch consisting of one diapophysis and one zygapophysis.

NEWHM: G086.59 (DMSW 39): Isolated proximal caudal intercentrum bearing a haemal arch in association with 2 dorsal ribs.

NEWHM: G089.54: Slab bearing lengths of the shafts of 2 trunk ribs, 2 large scutes and impressions of 2 others.

NEWHM: G090.24: Isolated pleurocentrum.

NEWHM: G090.26: Isolated intercentrum.

NEWHM: G141.24: Pleurocentrum in articulation with neural arch lacking the neural spine.

NEWHM: G141.25: Severaly distorted central element.

NEWHM: G141.26: Slab of shale bearing 2 dermal scutes, a tooth from Megalocephalus pachycephalus and several crossopterygian scales.

BMNH R8426: An isolated skull table formerly in the Leeds Museum, referred to Pteroplax ATTHEY 1876, Eogyrinus WATSON 1926.

 

Locality: Airdrie, Strathclyde Province, Scotland, Northern United Kingdom.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Unknown.

Material:

GS 28318 (Charlesworth Coll.): Preorbital region of skull with anterior right jaw ramus, referred to Pholiderpeton scutigerum HUXLEY by WATSON 1926.

MM L11614 (Ormerod Davies Coll.): Anterior left jaw ramus of GS 28318.

 


Locality: Virtuewell Coal Shale, Newarthill, Strathclyde Province, Scotland, Northern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Middle Coal Measures.

Biostratigraphy: Upper Modiolaris zone.

Age: Westphalian B, Lower Upper Silesian series, Kashirskian Stage, Lower Moscovian Epoch, Early Middle Pennsylvanian, (Late Carboniferous).

Material:

RSM 1897.112.23-24: Fragmentary skull lacking the snout region, but including a part of the braincase and right basal articulation.

 


Locality: Splint Coal, Wishaw, Strathclyde Province, Scotland, Northern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Middle Coal Measures.

Biostratigraphy: Lower similus-pulchra zone.

Age: Westphalian B, Lower Upper Silesian series, Kashirskian Stage, Lower Moscovian Epoch, Early Middle Pennsylvanian, (Late Carboniferous).

Material:

RSM 1957.1.5806: A caudal vertebra.

 

PANCHEN & WALKER, 1961

Locality: Swanwick Colliery, southern end of Yorkshire and East Midland coal field, near Alfreton, Debyshire County, England, southern United Kingdom.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy: Communis zone.

Age: Westphalian A, Middle Silesian Series, Upper Bashkirian – Lower Moscovian Epoch, Middle Carboniferous (Middle Pennsylvanian).

Material:

Number: Not given:

 

Locality: Fenton, North Staffordshire County, England, southern United Kingdom.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy: Lower Phillipsii zone.

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

Material:

Number: Not given:

 

Locality: Jarrow Colliery about 7 km northeast of Castleecomer, Co. Kilkenny, Eire, Ireland.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy: Lower communis zone.

Age: Westphalian A, Middle Silesian Series, Upper Bashkirian – Lower Moscovian Epoch, Middle Carboniferous (Middle Pennsylvanian).

Material:

Number: Not given: Fragmentary remains.

 

PATON, 1975

Locality: Newsham, Northumberland County, England, southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Middle coal Measures, Low main Coal Seam.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Westphalian B, Lower Upper Silesian series, Kashirskian Stage, Lower Moscovian Epoch, Early Middle Pennsylvanian, (Late Carboniferous).

Material:

RSM 1973.58.1 (formerly 1888.33): Interorbital and posterior part of the skull roof.

RSM: 3 jaws, 2 ribs and 1 vertebra.

RSM 1973.58.2 (formerly 1888.33): Thoracic rib.

 

= Streptodontosaurus armatus BARKAS, 1873 (nomen oblita)
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= Macrosaurus polysopondylus BARKAS, 1873 (nomen oblita)
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= Leptognathus elongatus BARKAS, 1873 (nomen oblita)
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Species:? bretonense ROMER, 1958
Etymology: In reference to Brenton County, Nova Scotia Province, Canada.

Holotype: MCZ 2772

Locality: Sydney Harbor in Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia Province, Canada.

Horizon: Point Edward Formation, Canso group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Probably Lower Namurian, Lower Silesian Series, Serpukhovian Epoch, Early Carboniferous (Late Mississippian).

Material: Fragmentary lower jaw.

Referred material:

Clavicle.

 

LANGSTON

Locality: Point Edward, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia Province, Canada.

Horizon: Point Edward Formation, Canso group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Probably Lower Namurian, Lower Silesian Series, Serpukhovian Epoch, Early Carboniferous (Late Mississippian).

Material:

P-1503/10015: Fragmentary lower jaw.