Although Mortensen (1951) treated this genus as a possible hemicidaroid, the type specimen clearly has a perignathic girdle of auricles and Lambert was correct in placing this taxon in the Cidaroida.
The mamelons that increase rapidly in size towards the apex and which have only small rudimentary perforations, together with the pseudocompounding of the ambulacra adorally are all features seen in Caenocidaris and Paracidaris. There is little to differentiate it from Caenocidaris. The absence of mamelonate tubercles outside the scrobicular rings does however seem to be a distinctive trait.
Lambert, J. 1936. Les echinides du Bajocien du Plateau de l'Ankara. in Besairie, 1936 Recherches geologiques a Madagascar 1ere suite. La geologie du Nord-Ouest. Memoires de l'Academie malgache 21, 116-120.