Microceratus was an early Ceratopsian dinosaur, and was one of the earliest ceratopsian dinosaurs, along with Psittacosaurus (you know, that guy that was recently discovered with the spines(Which I should have done instead, it would have been much easier to get images.)). It was found in Asia, and, like many early dinosaurs, was bipedal. It was an herbivorous, like all ceratopsian dinosaurs, and it likely fed on ferns, cycads, and conifers, which were the predominant vegetation in the area. Its original name was Microceratops gobiensis, and was first described in 1953, but the generic name was already occupied by an ichneumon wasp, of all things. Many specimens have since been reassigned to Graciliceratops, however, the name Microceratus was proposed for the type specimen in 2008 and has stuck with it.
Okay, so it was really hard to get this drawing, and I could not find any fossil images, I’m sorry. Image is copyright of DeAgostini.