Genus: Nasutoceratops SAMPSON, LUND, LOEWEN, FARKE & CLAYTON, 2013
Etymology: Latin, nasutus, "large-face", and Latinized Greek, ceratops, "horned-face."
= Genus: Nova New Taxon A GETTY, LOEWEN, TITUS & SAMPSON, 2007
= Genus: Nova LUND, SAMPSON & LOEWEN, 2010

Species: titusi SAMPSON, LUND, LOEWEN, FARKE & CLAYTON, 2013
Etymology: In honor of Alan Titus, palaeontologist at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, for his exemplary efforts assisting palaentological fieldwork in the Monument.

Holotype: UMNH VP 16800

Locality: UMNH VP Locality 940, Grand Stairicase-Escalante National Monument (GSENM), Kane County, Utah (detailed locality information on file at Natural History Museum of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, for qualified researchers).

Horizon: Middle unit of the Kaiparowits Formation.


Age: Juditian age, Upper Campanian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Fragmenary skull, syncervical, three fragmentary dorsal vertebrae, assoicated left forelimb and fragmentary right forelimb.

Nasutoceratops titusi (modified from SAMPSON, et al., 2013), Holotype: UMNH VP 16800.

Referred material:

UMNH VP 19566: Right maxilla, and right nasal.

UMNH VP 19466.3, 19466.4: A diarticulated adult skull including a partial premaxilla, maxilla and nasal.

UMNH VP 19469: An isoalted squamosal.