Youngoides minor (Broom and Robinson 1948). Lower and wider than other specimens named Youngoides, RC91 appears at the base of the pseudarchosauriformes, half of the traditional archosauriformes, now divided in two.
Distinct from its phylogenetic predecessor, the UC 1528 specimen of Youngina, the skull of the RC91 specimen of Youngoides has slightly constricted rostrum in dorsal view. The jawline is straight. The orbit enters the anterior half of the skull. The postparietals are absent. The suprtemporal and postorbital do not contact and the postorbital is much shorter posteriorly. Some maxillary teeth are more than twice as deep as anteroposteriorly long. A small mandibular fenestra is present.