Scoloparia glyphanodon (Sues and Baird 1998, NSM 996 GF83.1) skull 7 cm wide, could be a small pareiasaur if the skull roof resembles the restoration above, based on possibly related taxa. The other material referred to Scoloparia (shown above) are not related. Sues and Baird considered the posterior bones nuchal (neck) osteoderms and thought Scoloparia was related to procolophonids like Procolophon. If instead they are occipital bones, as they appear, then this taxon is correctly nested with pareiasaurs. The teeth are angled in the jaws and have multiple cusps, unlike procolophonids. The alternative restoration of Scoloparia 83.1 as a procolophonid is shown here.
Sues and Baird (1998) promote procolophonid relationships that are not supported by the present study. They lump Owenetta and Sclerosaurus with procolophonids.