Genus: Spiclypeus MALLON, OTT, LARSON, LULIANO, & EVANS, 2016
Etymology: Latin, spica, "spike" and Latin, clypeus, "shield": referring to the many large, spike-like epiossifications about the margint of the parieosquamosal frill.
MALLON, OTT, LARSON, LULIANO, & EVANS, 2016
Etymology: In honor of Dr. Bill and Linda Shipp, the original owners of the holotype and thier family.
Holotype: CMN 57081
Locality: Near the town of Winifred, Fergus County, Montana.
Horizon: Coal Ridge Member, Judith River Formation.
Age: Judithian Age, Campanian Stage, Uppermost Senonian Subepoch, Uppermost Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.
Material: A partial skull and postcranium.
Note: Squamosal fenestrae with abscess cavities and drainge tracks suggets the fenetrae may be pathological in origion, the distal hoaf of the humerus has a chronic infection.