Genus: Pentaceratops OSBORN, 1923
Etymology: Greek, penta, “five” and Greek, ceratops, “horn face”: “five-horned face”.

Species: fenestratus WIMAN, 1930

Holotype: University of Uppsala, Sweden, PMU R200

Locality: 1 miles South of Kimbetoh Wash St. on south branch of Meyers Creek, NW 1/4, T22N, R10W? San Juan County, New Mexico.

Horizon: De-na-zin Member, Lower Kirtland Formation.


Age: Judithian age, Upper Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Nearly complete skull and dentary.
Note: Possible paleopathology, ‘extra fontanelle’ in the squamosal (LULL, 1933, GILMORE, 1935), possibly from thrust injuries? (TANKE & ROTHSCHILD, 2002)