Genus: Anthodon OWEN, 1876
Etymology: Greek, anthos, “flower”, Greek, odon, “tooth”: Flower tooth.

Species: serrarius OWEN, 1876
Etymology: Latin, serratus, "serrated."

Holotype: BMNH 47337

Locality: Near Styl-Krantz (Steilkrans), Sneewberg range, Fort Beaufort, Graaff Reint District, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.
Note: OWEN, 1876, incorrectly stated the type locality as Bushman’s River, South Africa, Lower Cretaceous.

Horizon: Oudeberg Member, Teekloof Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Uppermost Cistecephalus zone.

Age: Tatarian Age, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material: Skull with lower jaw, missing anterior region.

BROOM, 1935

Referred material:

BOONSTRA, 1934

SAM 7841: Fragmentary skull.

 

HAUGHTON & BOONSTRA, 1929

Locality: Dalham, Graaff Reinet District, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy: Cistecephalus zone.

Age: Tatarian Age, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material:

SAM 4020: Complete skull and lower jaw.

LEE, 1997

AMG 4068: Partially prepared blocks containing vertebrae, humerus, parts of shoulder girdle, and other unidentified elements.

BP 1/548: Skull, partially prepared blocks containing vertebral column, missing posterior caudals, parts of shoulder girdle, forelimbs, pelvis and osteoderms.

NMB R468: Unprepared blocks containing skull, vertebral column, parts of shoulder girdle and forelimbs.

SAM 10026: Right humerus, unprepared block containing interclavicle, vertebrae, ribs and osteoderms.

SAM 10074: Left half of skull, lower jaw, posterior 2 dorsals, 5 sacrals and 2 caudals, parts of pelvis, both forelimbs and both hindlimbs with osteoderms.

LYDEKKER 1890

BMNH 47337a: 3 fragmentary vertebrae.

BMNH SA 123: 3 mutilated trunk-vertebrae.

 

= Propappus parvus HAUGHTON, 1913
Etymology: Latin, parvis, "small."
= Pareiasaurus parvus (HAUGHTON, 1913)

Holotype: SAM 2351

Locality: Found at the drift across the Zak River on the Main Beaufort road on the Farm Dunedin, in the Division of Beaufort West District, Western Cape Province, South Africa.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy: Cistecephalus zone.

Age: Tatarian Age, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material: 7 posterior dorsal and 10 caudal vertebrae, ribs, parts of pelvis and osteoderms. The pelvis was originally complete, but only fragments can now be found. Some fragments of a much larger, indeterminate pareiasaur have also been assigned this number.