Genus: Compsocerops SENGUPTA, 1995
Etymology: Greek, compso, "beautiful," Greek, ceros, "horn" and Greek, ops, "face" : Beautiful horn face.

Species: cosgriffi SENGUPTA, 1995
Etymology: In honor of Dr. John W. Cosgriff, who first identified as brachyopoids some jaw fragments collected from the Maleri Formation.

Holotype: ISI A 33

Locality: Near Rechni Village, Pranhita-Godavari valley, Deccan, Andhra Pradesh State, India.

Horizon: Upper part of the Maleri Formation.


Age: Early Norian Stage, Middle Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: An almost complete skull with attached mandibles.

Referred material:

ISI A 24-27:

ISI A 34-39:

ISI A39: Dorsal centra.

ISI A 43-47: Fragmentary dorsal vertebrae.

ISI A 22: Axis.

ISI A 24: Centra.

ISI A 38: Right clavicle.

ISI A 27: Fragmentary interclavicle.

ISI A 41, 42: Fragmentary dorsal humerii.

ISI A 25: Right ilium.


Species: tikiensis CHAKRAVORTI & SENGUPTA, 2023
Etymology: In reference to Tiki Formation from where the specmen as been excavated and studied.

Holotype: ISI A 202/1 to /5

Locality: Southest of Tenduadh, 23°59'42"N, 81°25'02"E, just next to the Barakachh-Beohari Road, Shohdol district, Madhya Pradesh State, Central India.

Horizon: Tiki Formation.


Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Lehf half of a skull roof.


ISI A 2-2/2: A nearly complete clavicle.

ISI A 202/3, /4, /5: Broken parts of the skull.

Referred material:

RH-1/Pal/CHQ/Tiki/15: Palate.