Agujaceratops Tooth & 2 Croc Scutes In Situ - Aguja Formation, Texas

This is a really cool association of several fossils still in situ from the Aguja Formation of Texas. On the edge of the piece is a .8" long, shed tooth of Agujaceratops. There are a pair of crocodilian scutes, the larger one measuring .9" wide as weell as numerous other bone fragments and what maybe fossil tendon. The entire piece is 3.9" wide and comes with an acrylic display stand.

Agujaceratops (meaning "Horned face from Aguja") is a genus of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur that would have looked fairly similar to Triceratops. It known as Chasmosaurus it was moved to a new genus Agujaceratops meaning "Horned face from Aguja" in 2006.

This specimen was collected within the past year on private deeded property in Brewster County, Texas. You won't see any other dinosaur material from the Aguja & Javelina Formations for sale because nearly all of the formation lies the borders of a national park or in Mexico which can not be collected. One of our partners was lucky enough to purchase several hundred acres of ranch land in Texas containing a good exposure of these formations.

These formations are equivalent age to the Judith River Formations in the Northern US/Alberta. Because relatively little collecting has been done on these formations in Texas most of the species remain undescribed. Our partner has been putting important material into research collections and working with museums and researchers, so in the coming years their work will help lead to these dinosaurs being formally described.

Artist reconstruction of Agujaceratops by Nobu Tamura
Artist reconstruction of Agujaceratops by Nobu Tamura
Agujaceratops sp. & Unidentified
Brewster County, Texas
Aguja Formation
Tooth .8", Scutes .6 & .9", Rock 3.9" wide
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