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meaning: "Altenglan creeper"
Named By: S. Glienke in 2012
Time Period: Late Carboniferous or Early Permian, 299 Ma
Location: Germany - Altenglan Formation
Size: Uncertain due to incomplete remains
Diet: Probably carnivore
Fossil(s): Partial skull with vertebrae, ribs and parts of the pectoral girdle
Classification: | Chordata | Amphibia | Recumbirostra |

Altenglanerpeton is an extinct genus of microsaur amphibian from the Late Carboniferous or Early Permian of Germany. Altenglanerpeton was named in 2012 after the Altenglan Formation in which it was found. The type and only species is A.. schroederi.

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