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New Horned Dinosaurs from Utah Provide Evidence for Intracontinental Dinosaur Endemism

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Select craniofacial elements of Utahceratops gettyi n. gen et n. sp.

A. Various cranial elements in dorsal view. B. Craniofacial skeleton in lateral view. The orbital region has been photo-reversed for consistency. C. Cast of restored skull in oblique view. Scale bar represents one meter. Abbreviations: aaof, accessory antorbital fossa; ab, antorbital buttress; aof, antorbital fenestra; D, dentary; dpp, dorsal parietal process; cp, coronoid process; ej, epijugal horn; ep, epiparietal position 1–3; es, episquamosal; ff, frontal fontanelle; J, jugal; L, lacrimal; ltf, laterotemporal fenestra; M, maxilla; N, nasal; na, naris; nh, nasal horncore; ns, narial strut; o, orbit; P, parietal; PD, predentary; pfe, parietal fenestra; PM, premaxilla; PO, postorbital; poh, postorbital horncore; pp, premaxillary process of nasal; R, rostrum; sfe, squamosal fenestra; SQ, squamosal.

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