Genus: Lydekkerina BROOM, 1915
Etymology: In honor of the British naturalist, geologist, Richard Lydekker.
= Limnoiketes PARRINGTON, 1948
Etymology:
= Putterillia BROOM, 1930
Etymology:

Species: huxleyi (LYDEKKER, 1890) BROOM, 1915
Etymology: In honor of Thomas Henery Huxley.
= Bothriceps huxleyi LYDEKKER, 1890

Holotype: BMNH R507

Locality: Harrismith, Freee (Orange Free) State, South Africa.

Horizon: Katberg Formation, Beaufort Group.

Biostratigraphy: Lystrosaurus Assemblage zone.

Age: Early Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material: A complete skull with articulated left lower jaw and anterior part of the vertebral column and part of the right mandible..

Referred material:

BMNH R504: 2 skulls.

BMNH R505: Skull.

BMNH R506: Skull.

BMNH R508: Skull.

Note: SCHOCH & MILNER, 2000, BSP 1934 VIII 44 (3 skulls and fragmentary skeletons), UMZC T.238, AMNH, BMNH, NMB, SMNS specimens. Kitching (1978) counted 129 specimens of L. huxleyi, plus 61 fragmentary specimens attributed to the genus. Supposed skin impressions of Procolophodon described by van HEERDE (1974) proved to be a skull roof of Lydekkerina (GOW, 1977)

PAWLEY & WARREN, 2005

BP/1/1373: Partial prepared block of matrix with 3 skulls and postcranial material.

TM85: Skull and pectoral girdle.

UCMZ T243, BP/1/Fn3900, NMQR1428, 3182, 670, 763, SAM-PK8089, 186, 84: Fragmentary specimens.


= Putterillia platyceps BROOM, 1930
Etymology:

Holotype: TM 168

Locality: Harrismith, Free (Orange Free) State, South Africa.

Horizon: Katberg Formation, Beaufort Group.

Biostratigraphy: Lystrosaurus Assemblage zone.

Age: Early Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material: Badly preserved skull and an imperfece shoulder girdle.

Paratype:

TM 88: Dermal shoulder girdle and lower jaw.

 

= Limnoiketes paludinatans PARRINGTON, 1948
Etymology:

Holotype: UMZC T.214

Locality: Harrismith, Free (Orange Free) State, South Africa.

Horizon: Katberg Formation, Beaufort Group.

Biostratigraphy: Lystrosaurus Assemblage zone.

Age: Early Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material: Skull and mandible and fragmentary shoulder girdle.