Genus: Pumiliopareia LEE, 1997
Etymology: Latin, pumilio, “dwarf" and Greek, pareia, ”cheek.”

Species: pricei (BROOM & ROBINSON, 1948) LEE, 1997
= Nanoparia pricei BROOM & ROBINSON, 1948
= Pareiasaurus pricei (BROOM & ROBINSON, 1948) KUHN, 1961

Holotype: BP 1/6

Locality: Farm Sondagsriviershoek, Camdaboo, Graaff Reinet District, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.


Biostratigraphy: Lower Cistecephalus zone.

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

Material: Skull with lower jaw, partially prepared block containing most of presacrals, ribs and portions of the shoulder girdle and osteoderms.

Referred material:

GSP CM86/544: Partial skull missing braincase and right cheek and an almost complete postcranium with associated skull (but has now been misplaced LEE, 1997).