Genus: Zhuchengceratops XU, WANG, ZHAO, SULLIVAN & CHEN, 2010
Etymology: In reference to Zhucheng County, Shandong Province, China, where the specimen was discovered and Latinized Greek, ceratops, "horn-face."
Species: inexpectus XU, WANG, ZHAO, SULLIVAN & CHEN, 2010
Etymolgy: Species name inexpectus refers to the unexpected discovery of an articulated skeleton in the Zhucheng bone-beds.
Holotype: ZCDM V0015
Locality: Kugou, Zhucheng County, Shandong Province, China.
Horizon: Wangshi Group.
Age: Late Cretaceous.
Material: Partial maxillae, partial right quadratojugal, jugal, and quadrate, partial left ectopterygoid and pterygoid, nearly complete left and right mandibles, anterior 14 presacral vertebrae and associated ribs and some additional fragments.