Named By: Langston - 1965.
Classification: Chordata, Synapsida, Pelycosauria, Caseasauria, Eothyrididae.
Species: O. campi (type).
Diet: Probably an insectivore.
Size: Uncertain due to lack of remains, skull aproximately 7 centimetres long.
Known locations: USA, New Mexico.
Time period: Early Permian.
Fossil representation: Partial skull and limb fragments, from three individuals.
Not much is known about Oedaleops other than it was similar to Eothyris, another synapsid that is only known from its skull. Oedaleops has slightly larger canine teeth that are thought to have been of use in capturing small prey like insects.