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RE: New Texas Ceratopsians
It's _Chasmosaurus mariscalensis_, and it's already been described and
published. Two brow horns, one nasal protuberance (rounded mini-horn
thing that projects slightly forward).
_Unicornaceratops_, as Sereno jokingly describes the rumored find
("One-horned-horned-face"?), is the stuff of myth and legend, but
alas, not of paleontology.
Undergraduate at the University of Chicago