Genus: Mosaiceratops ZHENG, JIN, & XU, 2015
Etymology: Latin, mosaicus, "unique," and Latinzed Greek, ceratops, "horned-face"; in reference ot the unique (mosiaic) combination of characers that were previously considered diagnostic of basal ceratopsians, psittacosuarids, or basal neoceratopsians.
azumai ZHENG, JIN, & XU, 2015
Etymology: In honor of Dr. Yochi Azuma from the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum, who co-organized and participated in several dinosaur expeditions in China. One of those expeditions led to the discovery of the basal neoceratopsian Archaeoceratops.
Locality: West bank of the Tuanhe River, center of the Xiaguan-Gaoqiu Basin, Neixiang County, Henan Province, China.
Horizon: Xiaguan Formation.
Age: Lower-Middle Turonian Stage, Late Gallic Subepoch, Lower Gulf Epoch-Middle Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.
Material: Partial skull and associated partial postcranial skeleton that includes 3 cervical vertebrae, 3 dorsal vertebrae, dorsal ribs, 18 caudal vertebrae, chevrons, the right humerus, the radius, both ilia, the left ischium, both femora, both tibiae, the left fibula, the left astragalus, the left calcaneum, metatarsals, phalanges, and some undiagnositc remains.