Apateodus Woodward 1901 (ray-finned fish)

Osteichthyes

Full reference: A. S. Woodward. 1901. Catalogue of Fossil Fishes in the British Museum (Natural History), Part IV 1-636

Parent taxon: Actinopterygii according to A. S. Woodward 1901

See also Sepkoski 2002 and Woodward 1902

Sister taxa: Actinopteri, Aeduelliformes, Aesopichthyidae, Aetheospondyli, Aetheretmon, Aethocephalichthys, Akanolepis, Ameghinichthys, Anapterus, Aneurolepis, Asarotiformes, Atkinsonella, Aulolepis, Australichthys, Avonichthys, Baoqingichthys, Beagiascus, Bobastraniiformes, Cenechoia paramillensis, Cenechoia sulcata, Cheirodopsis, Chirothrix, Cladistia, Ctenothrissa, Cuneognathus, Dactylopogon, Dinopteryx, Diplospondichthys, Echidnocephalus, Enchelurus, Eurynotus uspallatensis, Eurypoma, Exocoetoides, Guaymayenia, Gunterichthys, Gyrolepidoides cuyanus, Halecopsis, Histiothrissa, Isospondyli, Kalops, Lepidotus pectoralis, Lepidotus trotti, Limnomis, Lineagruan, Mallotus, Meemania, 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, Schizospondylus, Semionotus brevis, Semionotus dubius, Semionotus inornatus, Semionotus mendozaensis, Semionotus unicristatus, Semionotus vallejensis, Spinofacia, Stegotrachelus, Tarrasiiformes, Telepholis, Terenolepis, Tetragonopterus, Thryptodus, Trachichthyiformes, Wardichthys

Subtaxa: Apateodus busseni Apateodus glyphodus Apateodus lanceolatus Apateodus striatus

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Ecology:

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of India (3 collections), the Russian Federation (1), United States (3: Colorado, Kansas, South Dakota)

Total: 7 collections each including a single occurrence

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