Genus: Kapes IVAKHENKO, 1975
Etymology: The name is an arbitrary combination of letters with masculine gender.
= Macrophon IVAKHENKO, 1975
Etymology: Greek, makros, “long, large”, + -phon: Large procolophonid.

Species: amaenus IVAKHENKO, 1975
Etymology:

Holotype: PIN 3361/2

Locality: Zheshart settlement, right bank of the Vychegda River, Komi ASSR, European Russia.

Horizon: Gamskaya Formation, Yarenskiy horizon.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Top of Baskunchak series, Early Triassic.

Material: Dental portion of lower jaw.

Referred material:

PIN 3361/3: Maxilla.

PIN 3361/5, /10,/11: Fragments of left dentaries.

PIN 3361/1, /6, /7,/12: Right maxillae.

PIN 3361/8,/9,/13: Left maxillae.

PIN 3361/14: Tooth.

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Species: majmeskulae (OTSCHEV, 1968) NOVIKOV, 1991
Etymology:
= Tichvinskia majmeskulae OTSCHEV, 1968
= Orenburiga majmesculae (OTSCHEV, 1968)

Holotype: PIN 4365/5 (was SGU 104/3824)

Locality: Petropavlovka settlement, Sakmara River, Ural River Basin, Orenburg Province, European Russia.

Horizon: Petropavlovka Formation, Yarenskiy horizon.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Donguz series, Middle Triassic.

Material: Left dentary.

Referred material:

NOVIKOV & SUES, 2004

PIN 4365/40: Nearly complete skull, lacking braincase and with mandible preserved in tight occlusion.

TVERKOKHLEBOV, TVERDOKHLEBOVA, SURKOV & BENTON, 2002

Locality: Petropavlovka I, southern outskirts of Petropavlovka village, right bank of Sakmara River , Orenburg Region, European Russia.

Horizon: Petropavlovskaya Svita, Yarenskian Gorizont.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Buntsandstein, Uppermost Olenekian Stage, upper Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given: Fragments of dermal bones, ribs, jaws and autopodium.

 

= Kapes serontinus NOVIKOV, 1991
Etymology: Latin serotinus (late)
= Tichvinskia cf. majmesculae OTSCHEV & DANILOV, 1972

Holotype: PIN 1579/23 (was SGU 104/3824)

Locality: Berdyanka I, near Mikhailovka village, right tributary of the Berdyanka River (Drainage basin of left bank of the Ural River), 3.4 km S of Berdyanka River, Sol-Iletsk district, Orenburg region, southern Cis-Urals, European Russia.

Horizon: Donguz Svita, Donguz Gorizont.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Muschelkalk, Anisian Stage, Lower Mid Triassic Epoch, Middle Triassic.

Material: Right dentary.

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Species: komiensis (IVAKHENKO, 1975) SPENCER & STORRS, 2002
Etymology:
= Macrophon komiensis IVAKHENKO, 1975

Holotype: PIN 3361/1

Locality: Vychegia River, Zheshart settlement, Komi Republic, European Russia.

Horizon: Gamskaya Sivita, YarenskianGorizont.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Top of Baskunchak series, Early Triassic.

Material: Part of upper jaw.
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Species: exiguus (IVACHNENO, 1983)
Etymology:
= Macrophon exiguus IVACHNENO, 1983

Holotype: PIN 3538/31

Locality: Orenburg oblast, Donguz River, Donguz VI Locality, European Russia.

Horizon: Severodvinsk (North Dvina) horizon.

Biostratigraphy:

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

Material: Maxilla.
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Species: bentoni SPENCER & STORRS, 2002
Etymology: In honor of Professor Michael J. Benton, Department of Earth Sciences, Univeristy of Bristol, in recognition of his many contributions to the study of British Triassic tetrapods.
= Procolophonid SPENCER & ISSAC, 1983
= Procolophonidae incertae sedis MILNER, GARDNER, FRASER & TAYLOR, 1990
= Procolophonid, BENTON, HART & CLAREY, 1993
= Procolophonidae incertae sedis, BENTON, WARRINGTON & SPENCER, 1994
= Procolophonidae incertae sedis, BENTON & SPENCER, 1995

Holotype: BRSUG 26185

Locality: Western end of Salcombe Hill Cliff, Sidmouth, east Devon County, England.

Horizon: Otter Sandstone Formation, Sherwood Sandstone Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Anisian, Lower Middle Triassic Epoch, Middle Triassic.

Material: Associated left and right maxillae with attachmed fragmentary premaxillae, left and right mandibular rami, including a right splenial, and fragments of the pterygoids or palatines.

Referred material:

BRSUG 26189: Left maxilla.

BRSUG 26186: Left dentary.

BRSUG 26187: Right dentary.

BRSUG 26188: Posterior portion of left dentary with articulated coronoid.

EXEMS 60/1985.311: Fragmentary right dentary.

 

Locality: Lade Foot, below High Peak, east Devon County, England.

Horizon: Otter Sandstone Formation, Sherwood Sandstone Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Anisian, Lower Middle Triassic Epoch, Middle Triassic.

Material:

EXEMS 60/1985.9: Interclavicle.