Class Cladistia Cope 1870

Cladistia

Parent taxon: Actinopterygii according to R. Betancur-R et al. 2013

See also Cope 1887, Jordan 1963 and Long 2011

Sister taxa: Actinopteri, Aeduelliformes, Aesopichthyidae, Aetheospondyli, Aetheretmon, Aethocephalichthys, Akanolepis, Ameghinichthys, Anapterus, Aneurolepis, Apateodus, Asarotiformes, Atkinsonella, Aulolepis, Australichthys, Baoqingichthys, Beagiascus, Bobastraniiformes, Cenechoia paramillensis, Cenechoia sulcata, Cheirodopsis, Chirothrix, Ctenothrissa, Cuneognathus, Dactylopogon, Dinopteryx, Diplospondichthys, Echidnocephalus, Enchelurus, Eurynotus uspallatensis, Eurypoma, Exocoetoides, Guaymayenia, Gunterichthys, Gyrolepidoides cuyanus, Halecopsis, Histiothrissa, Isospondyli, Kalops, Lepidotus pectoralis, Lepidotus trotti, Leptosomus, Limnomis, Lineagruan, Mallotus, Mesolepis, Microcoelia, Neochallaia leonensis, Ophiopsis lariensis, Opistopteryx, Pachylebias, Palaeonisci, Palaeoniscimorpha, Palaeoniscoidae, Palaeoniscoidea, Paramblypteriformes, Parascopelus, Paratarrasius, Pholidophorus dentatus, Pholidophorus lepturus, Pholidophorus rueppelli, Pholidophorus vallejensis, Plethodus, Polypteri, Prolebias, Pronotacanthus, Protaulopsis, Protospondyli, Pseudoberyx, Reticulolepis, Rhinellus, Rhynchorhinus, Roslerichthys, Salmo, Sardinioides, Sardinius, Schizospondylus, Scombroclupea, Semionotus brevis, Semionotus dubius, Semionotus inornatus, Semionotus mendozaensis, Semionotus unicristatus, Semionotus vallejensis, Spinofacia, Stegotrachelus, Tarrasiiformes, Telepholis, Tetragonopterus, Thryptodus, Wardichthys

Subtaxa: Calamoichthyidae Polypteriformes

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Distribution:

• Quaternary of the Congo-Kinshasa (2 collections), Ethiopia (1), Kenya (9), Niger (2), Sudan (1)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Kenya (17)

• Pliocene of Ethiopia (1), Kenya (3)

• Miocene to Pliocene of Kenya (4)

• Miocene of Chad (1), Egypt (1), Kenya (4), Tunisia (2)

• Oligocene of Kenya (1)

• Eocene of Algeria (2), Libya (3)

• Cretaceous of Egypt (1), Morocco (2), Sudan (1)

Total: 58 collections each including a single occurrence

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