Named By: Llewellyn Ivor Price - 1937.
Synonyms: Romeria primus
Classification: Chordata, Reptilia, Captorhinidae.
Species: R. texana (type), R. prima.
Size: About 30 centimetres long.
Known locations: USA, Texas - Archer City Formation, Putnam Formation.
Time period: Asselian/Sakmarian of the Permian.
Fossil representation: Several individuals.
Romeria is a genus of captorhinid reptile that lived in what is now Texas during the early Permian.
- Two new cotylosaurs from the Permian of Texas. - Proceedings of the New England Zo÷logical Club 11: 97–102. - Llewellyn Ivor Price - 1937.
- Romeriid Reptiles from the Lower Permian. - Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 144 (5): 353–407. - J. Clark & R. L. Carroll - 1973.