Genus: Belebey IVACHNENKO, 1973
Etymology: In reference to the town of Beleby, Bashkiria, southwest Russia.

Species: vegrandis IVACHNENKO, 1973
Etymology:

Holotype: PIN 104/50

Locality: Belebei locality, Belebeiskii District, Bashkortostan (Bashkiry) Province, Western Cisuraly, European Russia.

Horizon: Biarmian Series, Belebey Formation, Zone II.

Biostratigraphy: Ocher Faunal Assemblage, Ocher Faunal Subassemblage, Zone II.

Age: Upper Kazanian substage, Capitanian Stage, Middle Zechstein Epoch, Late Middle Permian.

Material: Maxilla with a part of palatine.

Referred material:

PIN 104/51, 104/52: Fragment of maxilla.

PIN 105/55, 105/46: Teeth.

 

 

LI & CHENG, 1995

Locality: Dashankou, Near Yumen, Gansu Province, China.

Horizon: Xidagou Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Biseridens Assemblage.

Age: Middle Permian.

Material:

IG CAGS V331: Fragmentary right maxilla with teeth.

IVPP V12007: Fragmentary right dentary with lower tooth row.

 

TVERDOKHLEBOV, TVERDOKHLEBOVA, MINKH, SURKOV & BENTON, 2005

Locality: Krymskii, 1.2 km NE of Krymskii village, right bank of Molochai Stream, Samara Drainage Basin, South Ural, Orenburg Region, European Russia.

Horizon: Beleby Svita.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Kazanian substage, Late Tatarian age, Guadelupian Stage, Middle Zeichstein Epoch, Middle Permian.

Material:

IVAKHNENKO & TVERDOCHLEBOVA 1987

SGU 104/B-2020, 104/B-2021: Skulls and skeleton.

SGU 104/B-2022: Skull without preorbital part.

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Species: maximi TVERDOCHLEBOVA, 1987
Etymology: Latin, Maximus, 'greatest'.

Holotype: SGU 104/B-2027

Locality: Saray Gir Locality, Village of Saray-Gir, left bank of Saray Gir Stream, 1 km upstream of Kluchevka village from where it empties into Zhilaya River, a left tributary of Ik River, Ural Drainage Basin, Abdulinskiy district, Orenburg Region, European Russia.

Horizon: Belebey Svita, Sosnovka Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Kazanian substage, Capitanian Stage, Upper Guadelupian Stage, Middle Zechstein Epoch, Late Middle Permian.

Material: Fragmentary dentary.

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Species: chengi MÜLLER, LI & REISZ, 2008
Etymology: In honor of Zheng-Wu Cheng who discovred the Dashankou locality and collected the specimens.

Holotype: IVPP IG CAGS V 331

Locality: Dashankou Locality, Near Yumen, Gansu Province, China.

Horizon: Xidagou Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Middle Permian.

Material: Right maxilla.

Paratype:

IVPP V 12007: Right dentray.

IVPP V 15906: Left maxilla nad lacrimal.

IVPP V 15907: Right dentary.

Numbers: Not given: 4 mandibular remains.

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Species: augustodunensis FALCONNET, 2012
Etymology: Latin, "from Augustodunum", former name of the town of Autun, which gave its name to the geological basin wehre MNHN.F.AUT 891 was found.

Holotype: MNHN.F.AUT 891 (formerly R 142)

Locality: Exacat provenance unknown, Autunois, Saone-et-Loire Deparment, France.

Horizon: Unknown. Millery Formation?

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Autunian, Early Permian.

Material: Left tooth-bearing maxilla, and an indeterminate triradiat bone, a possibly a right humerus.