Résumé : We study the emergence of dissipative localized states in phase mismatched singly resonant optical parametric oscillators. These states arise in two different bistable configurations due to the locking of front waves connecting the two coexisting states. In one of these configurations, the bistability is mediated by the coexistence of two uniform states. Here the localized states are organized in a collapsed snaking bifurcation structure. Moreover, these states undergo oscillatory instabilities which lead to a breathing behavior. When the bistability is related to the coexistence of a uniform state and a spatially periodic pattern, localized states are organized in a bifurcation structure similar to the standard homoclinic snaking. Performing an exhaustive bifurcation analysis, we characterize in detail the previous structures, their linear stability, and the modification of their dynamics as a function of the control parameters of the system.