Genus: Titanophoneus EFREMOV, 1938
Etymology: Greek, titan, a giant, Greek, phoneus, “murderer, assassin”: Titanic killer.
= Doliosauriscus KUHN, 1961
Etymology: Doliosaurus + iscus, “little”: Little Doliosaurus.
= Doliosaurus ORLOV 1955 non GIRARD, 1858
Etymology: Greek, dolio, “crafty, deceitful, cunning”, Greek, sauros, “lizard”: Cunning lizard.

Species: rugosus (TRAUTSCHOLD, 1884) IVAKHNENKO, et al, 1997
Etymology:
= Oudenodon rugosus TRAUTSCHOLD, 1884

Lectotype: PIN 1955/1a

Locality: Butlerovka Locality, Alekseevskii District, Tatarstan, European Russia.

Horizon: Biarmian Series, Urzhumian Stage, Urzhumian Horizon.

Biostratigraphy: Isheevo Faunal Assemblage, Isheevo Faunal Subassemblage.

Age: Lower Tatarian Age, Capitanian Stage, Middle Zechstein Epoch, Late Middle Permian.

Material: Fragmentary angular.

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Species: potens EFREMOV, 1938
Etymology:

Lectotype: PIN 157/1

Locality: Isheevo Locality, Kamennyi Ravine, left bank of Ulema River, tributary of Sviaga River, 7 km from Isheevo-Nikiforovo Village, Apastovskii (Apostov) District, Tartstan (Tartar), SSSR, European Russia.

Horizon: Urzhumian Stage, Urzhumian Horizon (Dinocephalian Complex).

Biostratigraphy: Isheevo Faunal Assemblage, Isheevo Faunal Subassemblage, Zone II.

Age: Lower Tatarian Substage, Capitanian Stage, Middle Zechstein Epoch, Late Middle Permian.

Material: Skull and skeleton.

Referred material:

IVAKHNEKO, 2008b

PIN 157/186: Transverse process of a left pterygoid.

PIN 157/221: Right articular.

KAMMERER, 2011

PIN 157/180: Frontal.

PIN 157/181: Frontal.

PIN 157/182: Postorbital.

PIN 157/187: A postorbital.

PIN 157193: A pterygoid.

PIN 157/194: A pterygoid.

PIN 157/195: Transverse process of a pterygoid.

PIN 157/208: A partial squamosal.

PIN 157/209: An isoalted angular boss.

PIN 157/272: An angular.

PIN 157/275: A pterygoid.

PIN 157/648: A palatine.

PIN 157/972: A pterygoid.

 

Locality: Novo-Nikol'skoe locality, Aleksandrovskii Disrict, Orenburg Region, European Russia.

Biostratigraphy: Isheevo Faunal Assemblage, Isheevo Faunal Subassemblage, Zone II.

Age: Lower Tatarian Substage, Capitanian Stage, Middle Zechstein Epoch, Late Middle Permian.

Material:

 

= Doliosaurus yanshinovi ORLOV, 1958
= Titanophoneus potens EFREMOV, 1940 (partim)

Holotype: PIN 157/3

Locality: Isheevo Locality, Kamennyi Ravine, left bank of Ulema River, tributary of Sviaga River, 7 km from Isheevo-Nikiforovo Village, Apastovskii (Apostov) District, Tartstan (Tartar), SSSR, European Russia.

Horizon: Urzhumian Horizon ( Dinocephalian Complex).

Biostratigraphy: Isheevo Faunal Assemblage, Isheevo Faunal Subassemblage, Zone II.

Age: Lower Tatarian Substage, Capitanian Stage, Middle Zechstein Epoch, Late Middle Permian.

Material: Fragmentary skull and fragmentary skeleton.

Referred material:

PIN 157/1097: Left ulna.

PIN 157/1011: Right radius.


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Species: adamanteus (ORLOV, 1958) IVAKHNENKO et al, 1997
Etymology:
= Doliosaurus adamanteus ORLOV, 1958
= Doliosauriscus adamanteus (ORLOV, 1958) KUHN, 1961

Holotype: PIN 520/1 (incorrect PIN 520/2)

Locality: Malyi Uran Locality, right bank of the Malaya Uran River, 4.5 km upstream from Sverdlovski village, Krasnogvardeiskii District, Orenburg Region (Orenburgskaya Oblast), southeastern European Russia.

Horizon: Amanakskaya Svita, Urzhumian Stage (Gorizont), Biarmian Series.

Biostratigraphy: Isheevo Faunal Assemblage, Isheevo Subassemblage.

Age: Lower Tatarian Age, Capitanian Stage, Middle Zechstein Epoch, Late Middle Permian.

Material: Nearly complete skull and possibly an associated dentary.

Referred material:

PIN 520/13: 4 caudal vertebrae.

PIN 520/14: A series of 9 caudal vertebrae.

PIN 520/15: An axis articulated with 4 cervical vertebrae.

PIN 520/31, /32: Clavicles.

PIN 520/34, /35: Humeri.

PIN 520/36: Disal end of a radius.

PIN 520/38-42: Fragmentary femoral.

PIN 520/45, /46: Tibae.

KAMMERER, 2011

PIN 520/20, /25, /28: Isolated angulars.

PIN 520/29: Left dentary fragment.

PIN 520/54, 56, 57, 74: Cranial fragments.