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.

Reconstruction of the skeleton.

Reconstruction of the skull.