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meaning: "Celtes teeth"
Named By: G. McGowan & S. E. Evans in 1995
Time Period: Late Jurassic - Late Cretaceous
Location: England - Lulworth Formation, Worbarrow Tout Member. Portugal - Alcobaca Formation. Spain - Castellar Formation, El Castellar Formation, La Huerguina Formation. Sweden - Annero Formation
Size: Around 4.5 centimetres long for C. megacephalus, 9 centimetres long for C. ibericus
Diet: Carnivore
Fossil(s): Many individuals, at least one of which shows soft tissue impressions
Classification: | Chordata | Amphibia | Allocaudata | Albanerpetontidae |
Also known as: | Albanerpeton megacephalus | Heteroclitotriton megacephalus | Triton megacephalus | Triturus megacephalus |

Celtedens is an extinct genus of albanerpetontid amphibian from the Late Cretaceous of Spain, Early Cretaceous of England, and the Late Jurassic of Portugal.

Read more about Celtedens at Wikipedia
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