Agujaceratops was a herbivore. It lived in the Late Cretaceous period and inhabited North America. Its fossils have been found in places such as Coahuila (Mexico).

Quick facts about Agujaceratops:

  • Existed from Campanian Age to Maastrichtian Age
  • Lived in a swamp
  • Was a herbivore
  • Reproduced by laying eggs
  • 7 different specimens have been found by paleontologists

All the Agujaceratops illustrations below were collected from the internet. Enjoy and explore:

Agujaceratops was described by the following scientific paper(s):
  • N. R. Longrich and J. Sankey. 2010. Texacephale langstoni, a new genus of pachycephalosaurid (Dinosauria: Ornithischia) from the upper Campanian Aguja Formation, southern Texas, USA. Cretaceous Research 31:274-284
  • J. A. Wilson. 1967. Early Tertiary mammals. In R. A. Maxwell, J. T. Lonsdale, R. T. Hazzard, & J. A. Wilson (eds.), Geology of Big Bend National Park, Brewster County, Texas. The University of Texas Publication 6711:157-169
  • C. A. Forster and P. C. Sereno. 1993. A complete skull of <i>Chasmosaurus mariscalensis</i> (Dinosauria, Ceratopsidae) from the Aguja Formation (late Campanian) of west Texas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 13(2):161-170