|Named By:||Spencer G. Lucas, Robert M. Sullivan and Adrian Hunt in 2006|
|Time Period:||Late Cretaceous, 77 Ma|
|Location:||USA - Texas - Aguja Formation|
|Size:||Uncertain due to lack of remains|
|Fossil(s):||Based upon a partial skull including the brain case, horn foundation, left maxilla (upper jaw) and right dentary (lower jaw). Further remains have since been inferred to the genus|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Dinosauria | Ornithischia | Ceratopsia | Ceratopsidae | Chasmosaurinae ||
|Also known as:||| Chasmosaurus mariscalensis ||
Agujaceratops (meaning "Horned face from Aguja") is a genus of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur. It is a chasmosaurine ceratopsian which lived during the Late Cretaceous period (late Campanian stage) in what is now Texas. Originally known as Chasmosaurus mariscalensis and described by Lehman in 1989, it was moved to a new genus by Lucas, Sullivan and Hunt in 2006. Lehman felt the habitat Agujaceratops lived in (at least where the fossil material was found) may have been a swamp, due to the nature of the sediments. Lehman, Wick & Barnes (2016) described a second species, Agujaceratops mavericus.