Genus: Garjainia OCHEV, 1958
Etymology:
= Vjushkovia HUENE, 1959
Etymology:

Species: prima OCHEV, 1958
Etymology:
= Erythrosuchus primus (OCHEV, 1958)

Holotype: PIN 2394/5 (was SSU. No. 104/3-43)

Locality: Kyzyl-Sai gully, Andrevka, Burtinsk district, Orenburg region, southern Urals, European Russia.

Horizon: Yarenskian Gorizont.

Biostratigraphy: Upper Part of Zone V.

Age: Late Olenkian, Buzuluk Series, Spathian (Vetluga) Stage, Upper Early Triassic Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material: Skull and dentary, some presacral vertebrae, both scapulae, coracoids an interclavicle.

With out scutes.

Referred material:

SENINKOV, 1995

2394/4:

2394/5: Skull and mandible.

2394/9:

2394/6:

2394/7:

2394/8:

2394/10:

4172/2:

4187/27:

4187/28:

4365/1:

4365/2:

4365/3:

4365/4:

4375/1:

4375/2, 3:

 

TVERKOKHLEBOV, TVERDOKHLEBOVA, SURKOV & BENTON, 2002

Locality: Kzyl-Say, Kzyl-Say ravine (Drainage basin of left bank of the Ural River), 0.5-1 km west of AndreevkaVillage, Orenbrug Province, European Russia.

Horizon: Upper fossiliferous level, Petropavlovskaya Svita, Yarenskian Gorizont.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Buntsandstein, Uppermost Olenekian Stage, upper Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given:

 


= Chasmatosuchus vjushkovi OCHEV, 1961
Etymology:

Holotype: SSU No. 104/45

Locality: Kyzyl-Sai, Gully, Andreevka, Burtinsk District, Orenburg region, Southern Urals, European Russia.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy: Upper Part of Zone V.

Age: Late Olenkian, Buzuluk Series, Spathian (Vetluga) Stage, Upper Early Triassic Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material: Premaxilla.


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Species: triplicostata HUENE, 1960
Etymology:
= Erythrosuchus triplicostatus (HUENE, 1960)
= Vjushkovia triplicostatus HUENE, 1959

Lectotype: PIN (PIAS USSR, No.) 951-59

Locality: Rassypnoe, right bank of the Ural River, 1.5 km NE of Rassypnoe village, Orenburg Region, Eastern European Russia.

Horizon: Petropavlovskaya Svita, Yarenskian Gorizont, Baskunchakina series.

Biostratigraphy: Zone VI.

Age: Upper Buntsandstein, Romashkino Series, Uppermost Olenekian Stage, upper Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material: Skull roof with occiput.

Paralectotypes:

PIAS Nos. 951-1 to 951-17 inclusive, 951-19, 951-23 to 951-37 inclusive, 951-46, 951-54, 951-55, 951-57, 951-60, 951-63, 951-64.

Material: Parietals, postorbital, frontals, nasal, supraocciptial, opithicta, exoccipitalia, condyle, prefrontal, right maxilla, left quadrojugual, right jugal, left premaxilla, right quadrate, dentary, saurangular, angular, caudal, dorsal, sacral and caudal vertebrae, interclavical, left scapula, left coracoid, right humerus, right ulna, right radius, left femur, left tibia, left fibula, 3 metatarsals, phalanges and ribs.


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Species; madiba GOWER, HANCOX, BOTHA-BRINK, SENNIKOV & BUTLER, 2014
Etymology: In honor of Nelson Mandela (1918-2013), the first fully representatively democratically elected president of South Africa (1994-1999). Mr. Mandela was known affectionately as "MAdiba"> The specific epithetis considered a noun in apposition.

Holotype: BP/1/5760

Locality: Farm Driefontein 11, approximately 36 km NE of Senekal and 14 km N of Paul Roux, Thabo Mofutsanyane district municipality, Free State, South Africa.

Horizon: Burgersdorp Formation, Beaufor Group.

Biostratigraphy: Cynognathus Assemblage Zone, Subzone A.

Age: Spathian Stage, uppermost Scythian Epoch to Anisian Stage, lowermost Mid Triassic Epoch, Early to Middle Triassic.

Material: Right postorbital, right postfrontal and partial frontal in articulation; ventral end of left postorbital; left jugal, right paroccipital porcess with parietal suparoccipital and parts of right prootic in articualtion aprtial rib, at least four unidentified fragments, some of which likely represent partial skull elements.