Serendipaceratops arthurcclarkei Rich & Vickers-Rich, 2003 is an Australian Early Cretaceous ceratopsian

@article{Rich2014SerendipaceratopsAR,
  title={Serendipaceratops arthurcclarkei Rich \& Vickers-Rich, 2003 is an Australian Early Cretaceous ceratopsian},
  author={Thomas H. Rich and Benjamin P. Kear and Robert Sinclair and Brenda J. Chinnery and Kenneth Carpenter and Maureen McHugh and Pat Vickers-Rich},
  journal={Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology},
  year={2014},
  volume={38},
  pages={456 - 479}
}
Rich, T.H., Kear, B.P., Sinclair, R., Chinnery, B., Carpenter, K., McHugh, M.L. & Vickers-Rich, P., 2014. Serendipaceratops arthurcclarkei Rich & Vickers-Rich, 2003 is an Australian Early Cretaceous ceratopsian. Alcheringa 38, 456–479. ISSN 0311-5518. Serendipaceratops arthurcclarkei is one of Australia’s most enigmatic dinosaur taxa. Based on a single ulna recovered from Early Cretaceous high-latitude deposits in southeastern Australia, the fossil was originally classified as a neoceratopsian… 

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