Genus: Titanoceratops LONGRICH, 2011
Etymology: Titan, Greek, mythical race of ancient giants, and Greek, ceras, "horned," and Greek, ops, "face."
Species: ouranos LONGRICH, 2011
Etymology: The species name referes to Ouranos, the father of the Titans in Greek mythology.
= Pentaceratops sternbergi LEHMAN, 1998
Holotype: OMNH 10165
Locality: From a quarry 40 miles south of Aztec, and about 5 miles south of the former headquarters of Wood Ranch in teh headwaters of Coal Creek, San Juan County, New Mexico.
Horizon: Naashoibito Member, Kirtland Formation.
Age: Kirtlandian age, Maastrichtian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.
Material: Partial skull lacking most of frill, jaws, syncervical, cervical, dorsal and sacral vertebrae, caudal vertebrae, ribs, humeri, right radius, femora, tibiae, right fibula, ilia, ischia and ossified tendons.