Romeria texana (Price1937) Artinskian, Early Permian, ~280 mya, ~25 mm skull length, was a basal captorhinid derived from a sister to Saurorictus. It preceded Protocaptorhinus.
Another specimen of Romeria, R. primus, is not congeneric according to the results of the present study. A sister clade includes Cephalerpeton and Concordia.
Distinct from Saurorictus, the skull of Romeria texana shows few differences. Here the supratemporals are splinters.