|Named By:||Robert Broom in 1931|
|Time Period:||Late Permian|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Synapsida | Therapsida | Therocephalia | Lycideopidae ||
Lycideops is an extinct genus of therocephalian from the Late Permian of South Africa. The type species is Lycideops longiceps, named in 1931 by South African paleontologist Robert Broom. Fossils of Lycideops come from the Dicynodon Assemblage Zone of the Beaufort Group. Lycideops is a member of the family Lycideopidae. Like other lycideopids, Lycideops has a long snout.