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  • Albertaceratops is the most recently discovered, with beasts like Styracosaurus being relatively well-known amongst dinosaur fans.

    Life's Time Capsule: The Ceratopsians Gallery

  • I drew this herd of Styracosaurus albertensis for thenewest issue of Prehistoric Times, which should be out soon.

    Life's Time Capsule: The Ceratopsians Gallery

  • Inspired by the recent theory that the short frilled centrosaurids likely did not use their nasal horns in combat unlike the long frilled chasmosaurids, here we have a pair of male Styracosaurus albertensis locking their frill horns and pulling against each other in a show of strength.

    Life's Time Capsule: The Ceratopsians Gallery

  • Awhile back, I remember seeing a painting of a drowning centrosaurine that was described as a "new species of Styracosaurus."

    Life's Time Capsule: The Ceratopsians Gallery

  • A herd of Styracosaurus come under attack by an Albertosaur in Dinoraul's latest Renderosity uploads.

    Life's Time Capsule: Transitional ART Forms- September 2009

  • I recently started my own website and the Paleo King blog – which includes a firsthand look at a lot of the madness behind my methods check out my post on Styracosaurus, a LOT of research went into that drawing.

    Life's Time Capsule: Member Bio: Nima Sassani

  • Like Ms. Rodrigues said, CG is hard and I, for one, appreciate the time and effort you put into this piece...unlike me, for examle, who STILL hasn't finished my Styracosaurus drawing. *sigh* I must be lazy or something....

    Life's Time Capsule: Making a Prehistoric Flood

  • Einiosaurus is interesting it seems to represent the second step in a transitional series between Styracosaurus albertensis and Pachyrhinosaurus canadensis.

    Life's Time Capsule: The Ceratopsians Gallery

  • Though the recent paper purposing the difference between the two families suggests that the centrosaurids probably just competed against each other visually, I took the liberty of guessing an alternate route the Styracosaurus may have gone due to the crazy number of horns protruding off its head!

    Life's Time Capsule: The Ceratopsians Gallery

  • I recently started my own website and the Paleo King blog – which includes a firsthand look at a lot of the madness behind my methods check out my post on Styracosaurus, a LOT of research went into that drawing.

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