Ceratodus humei Priem 1914 (lungfish)

Osteichthyes - Dipnoi - Ceratodontidae

Alternative combination: Protopterus humei

Full reference: F. Priem. 1914. Sur des vertébrés du Crétacé et de l'Éocène d'Égypte. Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France 14:366-382

Belongs to Ceratodus according to C. S. Churcher and G. De Iuliis 2001

See also Arambourg and Joleaud 1943, Carrano 2017, Priem 1914, Schultze 2004 and Werner 1993

Sister taxa: Ceratodus altus, Ceratodus americanus, Ceratodus arenaceus, Ceratodus avus, Ceratodus bovisrivi, Ceratodus brasiliensis, Ceratodus bucobaensis, Ceratodus capensis, Ceratodus carinatus, Ceratodus casieri, Ceratodus cruciferus, Ceratodus curvus, Ceratodus daedaleus, Ceratodus disauris, Ceratodus diutinus, Ceratodus elegans, Ceratodus emarginatus, Ceratodus facetidens, Ceratodus felchi, Ceratodus frazieri, Ceratodus gibbus, Ceratodus guentheri, Ceratodus gustasoni, Ceratodus heshanggouensis, Ceratodus heteromorphus, Ceratodus hunterianus, Ceratodus iheringi, Ceratodus jechartiensis, Ceratodus kannemeyeri, Ceratodus kaupi, Ceratodus kaupii, Ceratodus kempae, Ceratodus kirklandi, Ceratodus kranzi, Ceratodus latissimus, Ceratodus madagascariensis, Ceratodus madelungi, Ceratodus minor, Ceratodus minutus, Ceratodus molossus, Ceratodus nageshwarai, Ceratodus nirumbee, Ceratodus obtusus, Ceratodus orenburgensis, Ceratodus palaeoruncinatus, Ceratodus parvus, Ceratodus paucicristatus, Ceratodus pectinatus, Ceratodus phillipsi, Ceratodus planasper, Ceratodus planus, Ceratodus priscus, Ceratodus rectangularis, Ceratodus recticristatus, Ceratodus robustus, Ceratodus rucinatus, Ceratodus shenmuensis, Ceratodus stewarti, Ceratodus tunuensis, Ceratodus vinslovii, Ceratodus youngi, Ceratodus yuanjianhensis

Type specimen: Its type locality is Quft, which is in a Campanian marine phosphorite in Egypt



• Paleocene of Saudi Arabia (1 collection)

• Cretaceous of Egypt (3), Niger (3), Sudan (2)

Total: 9 collections each including a single occurrence

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