Genus: Xenoceratops RYAN, EVANS & SHEPARD, 2012
Etymology: Greek, xenos, "foreign or alien" and Greek, ceratops, "horned face"; referring to the lack of ceratopsian material from the Foremost Formation.

Species: foremostensis RYAN, EVANS & SHEPARD, 2012
Etymology: Named for the Villege of Foremost, Alberta, Canada.

Holotype: CMN 53282

Locality: Chin Coulee, located approximately 7 km northeast of the Village of Foremost, Forty Mile County, Alberta Province, Canada.

Note: More prices locality is on file with the Canadian Museum of Nature, Ontario, Canada.

Horizon: Uppermost Foremost Formation, Belly River Group.


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

Material: A partial parietal.

Xenoceratops foremostensis (after RYAN, EVANS & SHEPARD, 2012), Holotype: CMN 53282.


CMN 54950: Right parietal.

CMN 54951: Right P3 spike and partial P2 process.

Referred material:

CMN 54952: Parietal.

CMN 54953: Parietal.

CMN 54954: Squamosal.

CMN 54955: Nasal.

CMN 54956: Swuamosal.

CMN 54957: Squamosal.

CMN 54958: Parietal.

CMN 54959: Pariteal P4 process.

CMN 54960: Parietal with P3 suture.

CMN 54961: Epiparital.

CMN 54962: Epiparietal.

CMN 54963: Epiparietal.

CMN 54964: Parietal.