Species: contundo YATES, 1999
Etymology: Latin, cuntundere, "to squash": Referes to the preservation of the holotype.
Holotype: UTGD 87795
Locality: Crisp and Gunn’s Quarry, West Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
Horizon: Red siltstone, about 12 m from the base of Poets Road Member of the Knocklofty Sandstone.
Age: Dinererian Substage, Early Nammalian Stage, Middle Scythian (Early Triassic) Epoch, Early Triassic.
Material: Crushed skull and probably associated incomplete left mandibular
ramus of an ?adult individual.