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Hi everyone!

I just came across the following on the Thescelosaurus! website:

Prenoceratops pieganensis Chinney, 2004

late Campanian (LK) of Montana

Prenoceratops is a new basal neoceratopian, known from juvenile bonebed
remains covering most of the skeleton (although only the skull has been
described to date).  It seems to be close to Leptoceratops, although with a
longer frill and a longer, lower skull overall.  It comes from the Two
Medicine Formation of Montana.

Does anyone have any idea where's it published for example...or perhaps some
extra information?