Boreopricea funerea (Tatarinov 1978, Benton and Allen 1997) Early Triassic, ~250 mya was smaller than the other protorosaurs, Pamelaria, Prolacerta and Protorosaurus. Derived from a sister to Protorosaurus, Boreopricea represents the last of this lineage.
Distinct from Protorosaurus, the skull of Boreopricea had a more concave jawline and a shorter rostrum. The orbit was larger. The mandible had a concave then convex ventral margin.
The cervicals were relatively shorter.
The scapula was not so waisted at the glenoid. The manus was relatively much larger.
The foot was little changed.