[N] 2011 Ahshislepelta minor
Burns, M.E. & Sullivan, R.M. (2011). \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"A new ankylosaurid from the Upper Cretaceous Kirtland Formation, San Juan Basin, with comments on the diversity of ankylosaurids in New Mexico\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\". Fossil Record 3. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 53: 169–178.
Abstract—A new, small ankylosaurid, Ahshislepelta minor, from the upper Campanian Kirtland Formation (Hunter Wash Member), San Juan Basin, New Mexico, consists of shoulder girdle and forelimb elements, vertebral fragments, and numerous osteoderms. Ahshislepelta minor differs from other ankylosaurids on the basis of a prominent dorsolateral overhang of the acromion and its osteoderm texture. It ranks as one of the most complete ankylosaur specimens known from New Mexico and adds to our understanding of ankylosaurid paleobiogeography, stratigraphy, and taxonomy.