There's a new Mexican ceratopsid! And according to the only news report so far, it's a relative of Triceratops, except it has holes in its frill like Diceratops!* Whoopie! Better yet, it won't be named until the end of the year! Wonderful!
This reminds me of another ceratopsid which is awaiting both naming and describing, even though promise of such was made long ago.
Why, oh, why, would you tease us like that, Scott Sampson? Why wouldn't you just not say anything at all until you're ready to dole out a name or a description? Since when has paleontology warranted trailers?
"Coming this holiday season, from Mexico, just when you thought it was safe to go back in the centrosaurine family tree..."
*I know that Diceratops is no longer a valid name for the centrosaurine, but I forget, at the moment, what the new name is.