Poll

Which ornithischian would you like to see added to the Mirificus Studios line of figures?  Please choose five (5).

Lesothosaurus diaognosticus (very basal ornithischian from Early Jurassic Lesotho and South Africa)
Heterodontosaurus tucki (archaic tusked ornithischian from Early Jurassic South Africa)
Isaberrysaura mollensis (archaic ornithischian possibly related to stegosaurs from Early Jurassic Argentina)
Alcovasaurus longispinus (large stegosaur from the Late Jurassic USA)
Gargoyleosaurus parkpinorum (primitive armored dinosaur from the Late Jurassic USA)
Pinacosaurus grangeri (small-clubbed ankylosaurid from Late Cretaceous Mongolia)
Zuul crurivastator (well preserved ankylosaurid from the Late Cretaceous USA)
Borealopelta markmitchelli (very well preserved nodosaurid from Early Cretaceous Canada)
Stegoceras validum (small pachycephalosaurid from Late Cretaceous Canada)
Aquilops americanus (tiny basal ceratopsian from Early Cretaceous North America)
Rubeosaurus ovatus (ornately horned centrosaurine from the Late Cretaceous USA)
Anchiceratops ornatus (chasmosaurine with an odd frill from Late Cretaceous Canada)
Kulindadromeus zabaikalicus (small feathered ornithischian from Middle Jurassic Russia)
Thescelosaurus neglectus (moderately sized ornithischian from Late Cretaceous North America)
Tenontosaurus tilletti (long tailed iguanodont from the Early Cretaceous USA)
Zalmoxes shqiperorum (small robust iguanodont from Late Cretaceous Romania)
Ouranosaurus nigeriensis (sail-backed square-beaked iguanodont from Early Cretaceous Niger)
Tethyshadros insularis (small oddly proportioned hadrosaur from Late Cretaceous Italy)
Edmontosaurus annectens (famous large long-snouted hadrosaur from Late Cretaceous North America)
Brachylophosaurus canadensis (well preserved hadrosaur from Late Cretaceous North America)
Prosaurolophus maximus (small-crested hadrosaur from Late Cretaceous North America)
Olorotitan arharensis (fan-crested hadrosaur from Late Cretaceous Russia)
Hypacrosaurus altispinus (tall-spined crested hadrosaur from Late Cretaceous Canada)

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Mirificus Studios Poll: Top Ornithischian?
« on: September 12, 2017, 05:46:33 AM »
I hope to use this poll, and others like it, to gauge what types of creatures folks would like to see made for my (hopefully one day available) Mirificus Studios line of figures.  Keep in mind larger species will be made at 1:40 scale, and those smaller than 6 meters/20 feet in life will likely be made at larger scales (1:20, 1:6, 1:2, etc.).  If you want a species not listed here, please write your suggestion in the comments.

Have fun voting!  :D