Genus: Clelandina BROOM, 1948
Etymology: In honor of John Cleland (1835-1924), Broom’s anatomy teacher “to whose inspiration I owe so much”, Cleland was, however, “an out-and-out anti-Darwinian”.
= Dracocephalus BRINK & KITCHING, 1953
Etymology: Greek, drakon, “dragon”, Greek, kephale, “head” + us (m): Dragon head.

Species: rubidgei BROOM, 1948
Etymology:

Holotype: RC 57

Locality: Adendorp, about 5 miles south of Graaff Reinet District, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy: Cistecephalus zone.

Age: Tatarian Age, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material: Skull, mandibles, fragments of vertebrae and shoulder girdle.
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Species: majora BROOM, 1948
Etymology:

Holotype: RC 94

Locality: Side of Spandau Kop near Graaff Reinet District, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.

Horizon: Hoedemaker member, Middle Teekloof Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Tropidostoma zone (Tropidostoma-Endothidon Assemblage zone KEYSER, 1979, SACS, 1980, Tropidostoma microtrema zone KEYSER & SMITH, 1977-78, Lower Cistecephalus zone KITCHING, 1970, 1977, Endothiodon zone, WATSON, 1914).

Age: Tatarian Age, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material: Skull.
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Species: scheepersi (BRINK & KITCHING, 1953)
Etymology:
= Dracocephalus scheepersi BRINK & KITCHING, 1953

Holotype: RC 102

Locality: Zuurplaas, Graaff Reinet District, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy: Dicynodon zone (Dicynodon lacerticeps-Whaitsia zone, KEYSER 1979, SACS 1980, Dicynodon laticerticeps zone KEYSER & SMITH, 1977-78, Daptocephalus zone KITCHING, 1970, 1977, Upper Cistecephalus zone WATSON, 1914)

Age: Tatarian Age, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material: Skull and dentary.