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  • n. Plural form of ceratopsid.

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  • New information on two chasmosaurine ceratopsids from the Horseshoe Canyon Formation Late Cretaceous of Alberta, Canada.

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  • Long bone surface textures as ontogenetic markers in centrosaurine ceratopsids.

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  • I think it's funny that chasmosaurine ceratopsids were generally underrepresented in the show.

    Deadline Fever

  • These guys had slender leg bones, not bulging buttress-ended ones like rhinos or ceratopsids.

    Life's Time Capsule: Discussion Topic: Sauropod Necks... Slender or Thick?

  • I went down to look at their beautiful Pentaceratops sternbergi for some continued research I am doing with chasmosaurine ceratopsids.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • The horned frill that flared at the base of the animal's skull is described as the "most ostentatious" ever found for the family of dinosaurs known as ceratopsids.

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  • While all ceratopsids have frills on the tops of their skulls, "Mojoceratops is the most ostentatious," Longrich said, adding that their frill is also the most heart-shaped of all the related species.

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  • What's being termed "the world's largest dinosaur graveyard" has produced evidence that ceratopsids like triceratops did indeed roam beyond what is now western North America

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  • While many ceratopsids-a common group of herbivorous dinosaurs that lived toward the end of the Cretaceous-have been found in enormous bonebed deposits of multiple individuals, all known Triceratops (over 50 in total) fossils have been solitary individuals.

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  • Marginocephalians (pachycephalosaurids + ceratopsids) undergo comparable and extreme cranial morphological change during ontogeny.

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