Brachyceratops skull cast replica.
We offer here the first and only skull cast of a Brachyceratops available anywhere. We also have the only available Brachyceratops skeleton cast replica.
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This genus is represented by a single species , Brachyceratops montanensis , described by Charles Whitney Gilmore in 1914 [ 1 ] , which was discovered in the Two Medicine Formation of Montana and dates from the Campanian.
Previously, only one specimen , presumably a juvenile, was known, and just as with Monoclonius , paleontologists seem increasingly inclined to want to classify brachyceratops as actually being a representative of another known genus of centrosaurine ceratopsian . In 2007, Michael J. Ryan proposed that it is the juvenile form of Styracosaurus ovatus [ 2 ] , which has since been renamed Rubeosaurus ovatus .