(Walters, 1996)

Montanoceratops -described by Sternberg, 1951 (Dodson, 1996). This Montana species is more advanced than Leptoceratops. Unfortunately, not much is known about it. It was originally called Leptoceratops cerorhynchus, the species name meaning "horn beak". The described specimen consists of a fine skeleton with a fragmentary skull. The preserved skull bones include a nasal showing a prominent blunt horn and fragments of maxilla, a squamosal, a jugal, a quadratojugal, a quadrate, and a jaw. The postorbital shows that there were no horns over the eyes (Dodson, 1996).