(Walters, 1996)

Brachyceratops -described by Gilmore, 1914 (Dodson, 1996). Gilmore estimated the length of the skull as 565mm (Dodson, 1996). Brachyceratops has a short face with a well developed, laterally compressed nasal horn core that curves gently and is divided into left and right halves (Dodson, 1996). It has low, well formed orbital horns. It is thought that this sole specimen is a juvenile. The evidence is still inconclusive (Dodson, 1996).