Genus: Nochelesaurus HAUGHTON & BOONSTRA, 1929
Etymology: Greek, nokheles, “slow, sluggish”, Greek, sauros, “lizard”: Sluggish lizard.

Species: alexanderi HAUGHTON & BOONSTRA, 1929
Etymology: In honor of Dr. Alexander L. du Toit.

Referred material:

= Dolichopareia angusta HAUGHTON & BOONSTRA, 1929

Holotype: SAM 6238

Locality: Boesmanskop, Beaufort West District, Western Cape Province, South Africa.

Horizon: Middle Abrahamskraal Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Tapinocephalus zone.

Age: Early Tatarian age, Guadelupian subepoch, Middle Zeichstein Epoch, Middle Permian.

Material: Skull and lower jaw, 4 cervicals, 10 dorsal vertebrae, numerous ribs, interclavicle, right scapulocoracoid, radius, ulna, tibia, and fibula, both humeri and some osteoderms.
LEE, 1997…A second right humerus bears this number but is form a different animal (the matrix is different and the number is written in different handwritting…