Genus: Sangaia DIAS-DA-SILVA & MARISCANO, 2006
Etymology: In reference to the Sanga do Cabral Formation, Brazil, for which the specimen was found.
= Cabralia DIAS-da-SILVA, MARSICANO & SCHULTZ, 2006 non MOORE, 1882 (Cabralia trifasciata, Insecta, Noctuidae)
Etymology: From the lithostratigraphic unit, Sanga do Cabral Formation, Brazil, from which the new specimen was recovered.
Species: lavinai (DIAS-DA-SILVA, MARSICANO & SCHULTZ, 2006) DIAS-DA-SILVA & MARISCANO,
Etymology: In honor of Dr. Ernesto Luiz Lavina, a Brazilian geologist who collected the specimen.
= Cabralia lavinai DIAS-DA-SILVA, MARSICANO & SCHULTZ, 2006
Holotype: U 4302
Locality: Municipality of Cachoeira do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil.
Horizon: Sanga do Cabral Formation, Rosario do Sul Group.
Biostratigraphy: Equivalent to the Procolophon Subzone sensu NEVELING et al, 1999.
Age: Early Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.
Material: A nearly complete left half of a dermal skull roof and occiput.
U 4303: A partial right palatal fragment, including part of the parasphenoid and the pterygoid.