Species: consors (THULBORN, 1974) HOPSON, 1975
Etymology: Latin, consors, ‘spouse’; in allusion to suspected feminue gender of the holotype.
= Lycorhinus consors THULBORN, 1974
Holotype: UCL B.54
Locality: Streamside exposure at the village of Noosi, 5.1 miles east of Whitehill, Paballong, Transkei (Mt. Fletcher) District, (?)30'26"S, 28'31"E, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.
Horizon: Upper Elliot Formation.
Age: Hettangian-Lower Sinemurian Stage, Lower Lias Epoch, Early Jurassic.
Material: Fragmentary skull and partial skeleton.
= Heterodontosaurus sp GALTON, 1973
Locality: Paballong, Mount Fletcher District, Eastern Cape Province, Southern Africa.
Age: Late Triassic.
UCL A100: Fragmentary skull and fragmentary dentary.