Named By: M. F. Ivakhnenko - 1975.
Synonyms: Macrophon komiensis, Tichvinskia majmesculae.
Classification: Chordata, Reptilia, Parareptilia, Procolophonidae, Procolophoninae.
Species: K. amaenus (type), K. bentoni, K. komiensis, K. majmesculae.
Size: Details unavailable.
Known locations: England and Russia.
Time period: Olenkian to Anisian of the Triassic.
Fossil representation: Several specimens.
Kapes was a little parareptile that was once considered to be a synonym to the earlier named Anomoiodon. Later study has no re-affirmed the validity of this genus, and now Kapes is considered to be a very close relative of Anomoiodon.
- O Rodovom Sostave Rannetriasovykh Prokolofonid Priuralya [On the Genus Composition of Lower Triassic Procolophnids of the Pre-Urals], M. F. Ivakhnenko - 1975.
- A Re-evaluation of Small Tetrapods from the Middle Triassic Otter Sandstone Formation of Devon, England, P. S. Spencer & G. W. Storrs - 2002.