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Film Canon Species (with some notes on accuracy, which films those species have been in, etc. This list is alphabetical and will be rather image heavy):

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Allosaurus FK juvenile variant (Sculpt does not resemble the film creature much, mostly in regards to the thin tail and teeth, though seems similar to the concept art here. Another look at it in the film here.)




Allosaurus 'Battle at Big Rock' adult(?) variant (Edit 9/16/19: With the short film having been finally released, it is mostly accurate to the one in it, with the exception of a few proportion issues, and is missing the scutes on the back. The Allosaurus as it appears in Battle at Big Rock here. The Allosaurus animatronic, maquette(?) and Nasutoceratops maquette(?) here. Here is the concept art for the Allosaurus. The Takara Tomy version is also similar to the Mattel toy. The toy also seems similar to both the Jurassic World Evolution Allosaurus, aside from the lack of red crests, and the retired 2008 Papo Allosaurus, etc.)




Ankylosaurus JW/FK variant (Coloration is a bit more vibrant/has too much blue-green. JW film creature here for comparison, FK creature here, as well as this concept art for JW, and this FK render.)




Baryonyx FK (There is also the one from this set intended to be the one that gets lava on its face. Film creature here, or here, concept art, maquette, or this render for comparison.)




Brachiosaurus JP/FK variant (In the case of the FK variant it is missing the iridescent blue patches/markings along the head and neck, but has mostly the same color scheme. Original JP film creature here, or here, JWFK film creature here, original JP maquette here, JP concept art, JWFK concept art, and JWFK render, for comparison.)






Carnotaurus FK (Eyes should be yellow with round black pupils though. Film creature here, and here, and render here for comparison.)



Edit 8/24/19: There is another option as of the 2020 Primal Attack Control N Conquer Carnotaurus that has a more film accurate color scheme, with the yellow eyes, and red orange hue.




Ceratosaurus JPIII
(Film creature here, or here, concept art, or this render here for comparison.




Compsognathus TLW/JPIII/FK (Comes with all of the 2018 Legacy Collection human figures like this one below, or there is this Destruct-A-Saurs one. TLW film creature here, JPIII film creature here, FK creature here.)




Dilophosaurus JP
(Only the Legacy Collection one from the set below has a film accurate color scheme for the most part, that has been released. The other Legacy Collection water squirter one has been canceled/unreleased, although the sculpt will be repainted and released as the Savage Strike Dilophosaurus. Film creature here, concept art here, and here, animatronic here, and maquette here for comparison.)




Dimorphodon JW
(Has this one below more like the JW viral site render,



or this one below that more closely matches how it looked in the film and/or the concept art.)




Gallimimus JP/TLW/JW/FK
(Both the Legacy Collection or Battle Damage figures are very film accurate in color scheme and sculpt. JP film creature here, JW film creature here, JP concept art here, JWFK render here.)






Indominus rex JW (Though the skeleton did feature in FK as seen here, which was released in this set. Film creature here, render here.




Indoraptor FK (Has three options, such as the Super Posable, Grab and Growl, which also has the most accurate head/teeth sculpt, though is probably too big to be in scale, or the Battle Damage one that is from a very limited released set. Film creature here, concept art here, render here.)








Mosasaurus JW/FK (Too small to be in scale for its movie counterparts, which in Jurassic World was confirmed to be 120 feet long here, and perhaps more so in FK. JW film creature here, JWFK film creature here, and JWFK render here.)




Nasutoceratops 'Battle at Big Rock' (Edit 9/16/19: Now that the short film has finally been released one can see that the figure is mostly accurate in sculpt and color scheme to the ones seen in it, give or take the blue and green colors on the body, as it is quite hard to make out what it should be because of it being in the dark. There is a toy coming from Takara Tomy that is very similar to the Mattel one. Nasutoceratops seems to be one of the dinosaurs forming the hybrid Stegoceratops seen here. Nasutoceratops maquette(?) here.)




Pachycephalosaurus TLW/JW (Though there is also this Battle Damage version that resembles the JW viral site artwork here. TLW film creature here, JW creature here, TLW animatronic here, TLW concept art here.)




Parasaurolophus TLW variant
(JW/FK one is similar but has more red on the back as seen here. Also the eyes should be orange with round pupils in JW/FK, as seen here, not black with red pupils. Also even if this closely resembles the version from TLW, it is yellow, not tan as it should be. TLW film creature here, TLW concept art here, and here.)




Pteranodon JPIII variant (Missing some darker coloration on the back, and some yellow coloration on the wings. Film creature here, and render here.)




Pteranodon JW/FK variant
(Has either the Roarivores one, which might be too large to be in scale, or the much smaller Battle Damage one, which scales nicely with the Legacy Collection JPIII one. Sculpt is based on the JPIII variant of the creature though. JW Film creature here, FK creature here, and FK render here.)






Sinoceratops FK
(Sculpt is actually based on Pachyrhinosaurus and not the film creature, even though the color scheme is similar. Film creature here, concept art, render.)



Edit 7/20/19: There was a silhouette of a film accurate Sinoceratops included among the 17 new species silhouettes at Mattel's Jurassic World booth at SDCC.




Spinosaurus JPIII
(Body coloration should be more of a grey-brown and it is missing the blue stripes along the sail. Film creature here, maquette, render, animatronic.)




Stegosaurus (JW/FK variant mainly because of the droopy tail, and texturing, but could work as TLW and JPIII variant as well. All of the Stegosaurus across the films have brownish colored plates, so the toy should have as well. The JW/FK Stegosaurus does not feature a beak, though this one does, as did the creature in TLW and JPIII. JW film creature here, JWFK creature here, JW concept art, JWFK render. TLW film creature here, TLW concept art, TLW animatronic, JPIII film creature, JPIII render.)




Stygimoloch FK (Has several options, such as the Attack Pack one, Battle Damage one, or the Story Pack one, which has been re-released as part of the Dino Rivals Savage Strike assortment. Film creature here, concept art, render.)










Triceratops (JP/TLW mud covered variant, and maybe the JW/FK one to a lesser extent. There are two other color variants releasing so far, but none really resemble the colorations seen in the films too well. The sculpt is definitely based on the JP/TLW one as well. The actual color scheme of the JP Triceratops animatronic (also see this too) was very complex. This Triceratops repaint may work as a stand in for that color scheme though. Film creature here, TLW film creature, TLW animatronic. The JW film creature does not seem to have the same scutes/scales, mostly in regards to the legs, though the proportions and head shape are similar. FK film creature, and FK render.)




Tyrannosaurus JP/JW/FK female variant
(While the rex from Jurassic Park is intended to be the same one in Jurassic World and Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, they do differ in coloration to some extant. The Bite N Fight Tyrannosaurus is film accurate to the JW and FK version of this rex, in terms of the scars and color scheme featuring darker markings on the head and a copper color along the back, although the head sculpt mostly resembles the younger animal featured in JP. The dark brown is mostly similar to the original JP rex as well, though it had dark striping along the back. JP film creature, JP maquette, JP animatronic, JW film creature, JWFK film creature, JWFK render.)



Edit 8/24/19: There is a repaint of the Extreme Chomping rex for the 2020 Legacy assortment which features the colors of the Bite N Fight rex, which could serve as an alternative, although it lacks the scars so it wouldn't entirely be accurate to the JW films, and the JW color scheme is different from the JP color scheme even if it is intended to be the same rex in both JP and the JW films. The rex was first shown in this image.




Tyrannosaurus TLW male variant (and to a lesser extant JPIII) (Missing the yellow coloration on the back, does not have the thicker neck, etc. TLW film creature, TLW concept art, TLW animatronic, JPIII film creature, JPIII render, JPIII animatronic.)




Tyrannosaurus infant TLW (The original Legacy Collection one is mostly right in terms of color scheme, and only missing a pink belly, the sculpt is not quite right, mostly in regards to the head. Film creature, concept art, animatronic.)




Velociraptor JP/TLW female variant (Coloration is incorrect. Eye should be yellow green. Body is of a brownish/amber color with darker markings/stripes, and a pale belly and lower jaw as seen in the film here, on the maquette here or in various SWS TLW pics, such as this one. This also applies to the hatchling that comes with the SDCC exclusive (as of now) Legacy Collection John Hammond figure here, which should resemble the one in the film here. JP concept art here. While not in the same scale the recently revealed Amber Collection Jurassic Park inspired Velociraptor (shown below the story pack) is a close match to its more muted look in some of the promo pics and how it looked in the film, as well as here, with the only major exception being that the sculpt use's Blue's head, and the paint job is of course simplified.)






Velociraptor TLW male variant (Striping is incorrect, and has the head of the JPIII raptors. Film creature here, concept art here, animatronic here.)




Velociraptor JPIII male variant
(Is canceled/unreleased but the sculpt is being released and repainted as this Dino Rivals Savage Strike Velociraptor. Only the pupils should be round on the canceled/unreleased one, aside from other minor coloration issues. Film creature here, concept art, maquette, and animatronic, render.)




Velociraptor JPIII female variant (Again pupils should be round, and is missing the red around the eyes and feet, and the head sculpt is based on the JP/TLW raptors. Film creature here, concept art, and animatronic, render.)




Velociraptor Blue JW/FK (The Battle Damage figure has the most accurate color scheme, and sculpt for the most part. The Jurassic World raptor's heads are slightly different from their JP/TLW counterparts though. The Savage Strike Blue is mostly accurate as well. There is also this figure of Owen that comes with Blue as a baby, though she only has a single blue stripe, like the Attack Pack Blue, though for how small it is, it is acceptable for it to be simplified. In JW as an adult, another here, and another here. In FK as an adult, another look in FK as an adult, in FK as a baby, JW concept art, FK adult render, FK baby render.)






Velociraptor Charlie JW (Seems to be accurate color wise. Unlike Blue and Echo, Charlie and Delta have crests on the snout similar to the JPIII raptors. Should not have markings on the head, and the markings on the back are the wrong shape. All the Attack Pack raptor squad raptors are missing pale bellies (and painted claws) due to the lack of paint application the Attack Pack figures suffer from. In JW as an adult, in FK with her siblings as a baby, FK render of Charlie as a baby.)




Velociraptor Delta JW (Coloration mostly resembles Echo though. Ditto about the head thing, and the lack of pale belly color. The coloration of the stripes is mostly accurate, but her body should be more of a teal/grey color, and she shouldn't have markings along the back, or they should be subtle and sparse. In JW as an adult, another in film look here, in FK as a baby, FK render of baby Delta.)




Velociraptor Echo (This figure is mostly accurate, (such as the teal stripes) though her body should be more orange and/or brown then tan. Same thing about the head (like with Blue) too, and the lack of pale belly color. In JW as an adult, with her siblings as a baby in FK, FK render of Echo as a baby. Edit: Though she does appear a bit more tan in this scene in Jurassic World, which is very close to the coloration of the toy.)




Film variations and species not featured yet:

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-Ankylosaurus JPIII variant
(Film creature here, and render.)
-Apatosaurus JW/FK (JW film creature here, and here, FK creature here, JW concept art, JW animatronic, and FK render.)
-Brachiosaurus JPIII variant (Film creature here, and render.)
-Corythosaurus JPIII
(Film creature here, and render.)
-Mamenchisaurus TLW
(Film creature here, and concept art.)
-Parasaurolophus JP and JPIII variants
(JP film creature here, JPIII creature here, and render.)
-Pteranodon TLW variant
(Film creature here.)
-Tyrannosaurus TLW female variant
(Though the Legacy Collection Extreme Chomping Tyrannosaurus could serve as a stand in of it for now. Film creature here, and animatronic here.)
-Velociraptor JPIII male variant (Is canceled/unreleased but the sculpt is being released and repainted as this Dino Rivals Savage Strike Velociraptor. Only the pupils should be round on the canceled/unreleased one, aside from other minor coloration issues. Film creature here, and here, concept art, maquette, and animatronic, render.)

Species not done correctly yet (or rather has major accuracy issues in sculpt or coloration that are too problematic to serve as a proper representation of the creature):

-Sinoceratops FK (Sculpt is actually based on Pachyrhinosaurus and not the film creature, even though the color scheme is similar. Edit 7/20/19: There was a silhouette of a film accurate Sinoceratops included among the 17 new species silhouettes at Mattel's Jurassic World booth at SDCC.)
-Velociraptor JP/TLW female variant (None of the current offerings have the black/brown striping with brown/amber coloration, and yellow green eyes, and pale belly, though maybe this Battle Damage one, or the grey Velociraptor figure from this set could work as stand in's for now, but again the eyes are the wrong coloration. Worth mentioning that the green raptor from that set has its coloration based off the green raptor from the mural in the Visitor's Center in Jurassic Park, but the head sculpt is still based off the JPIII raptor. There is this one intended to be the "Big One/Clever Girl", but again the coloration does not match at all to its film counterpart. Ideally the JP raptor should be like this, but maybe more subdued (to match how it appeared slightly greyish in the film, like so here ). Or at least like the female raptor in TLW here. While not in the same scale the recently revealed Amber Collection Jurassic Park inspired Velociraptor is a close match to its more muted look in some of the promo pics and how it looked in the film, as well as here, with the only major exception being that the sculpt use's Blue's head, and the paint job is of course simplified.)Give or take the Triceratops and Stegosaurus variations from the various other films too.


Extended Canon Species
(the images shown below will be the initial released main line versions of the toys, unless availability is only from another retailer exclusive line such as the Battle Damage line, etc, though other versions, such as repaints, will be provided, if any exist.):

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From embryo storage in JP and the map brochure out there:

Herrerasaurus (Options for this species include the 2018 FK Attack Pack, 2018 Battle Damage, 2019 Dino Rivals Attack Pack, and the 2019 Battle Damage one.)



Metriacanthosaurus
(Options for this species include the 2018 FK Roarivore, and the 2019 Dino Rivals Roarivore.)




Proceratosaurus
(Options for this species include the 2018 FK Attack Pack, the 2019 Dino Rivals Attack Pack, and the 2019 Battle Damage one.)




From the Telltale game:


Herrerasaurus (As it appears in the game here. Missing the yellow, and the sculpt does not resemble it much.)




From Ingen's list/DPG list/JW viral site:


Coelurus




Edmontosaurus




Herrerasaurus
(Options for this species include the 2018 FK Attack Pack, 2018 Battle Damage, 2019 Dino Rivals Attack Pack, and the 2019 Battle Damage one.)




Metriacanthosaurus (Options for this species include the 2018 FK Roarivore, and the 2019 Dino Rivals Roarivore.)




Microceratus (The toy's sculpt seems similar to the one on the JW viral site here, but not the color scheme. Options for this species include the 2018 Destruct-A-Saurs Velociraptor set, the 2018 Destruct-A-Saurs Pteranodon set, and the 2019 Dino Rivals Franklin figure.)



Styracosaurus




Suchomimus (The color scheme is similar to the one seen on the JW viral site here, but not the sculpt so much, particularly the fin along the back. Options include the 2018 Action Attack, and the 2019 Mega Dual Attack one.)




Lockwood Manor diorama species
(confirmed to be statues now, but they work as extended canon nonetheless. High res gallery of the dioramas these species featured in here ):

Concavenator
(Both share the fourth digit/thumb, and maybe the color scheme to an extant. I swear I can barely make out a resemblance between the two, especially with the sail being sort of red. Another image of it in the film here.)




Dimetrodon (Color schemes are similar. The sculpt on the other hand is not. Another look at it here.)




Dracorex (Patterns seem to match the film one, in regards to the leg and tail stripes. Maybe the color scheme as well.)




Mononykus (Both the toy and statue of it in the film have feathers, and the toy's coloration is similar as well.)




There was also the Attack Pack Dilophosaurus which sported the colors of the one in the film, and the orange Attack Pack Velociraptor did to some extant as well (orange with red stripes).





Others (novel canon only, etc):
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Queztalcoatlus (It may have been the pterosaur featured in the pitch trailer thing for Jurassic World, which will be shared below the image of the toy, which is not exactly extended film canon material.)



See the pitch trailer here:



Mussaurus (This is currently the only species that has a toy that has originated from the novels, and has not been featured in the films yet, or is an extended film canon species.)



Plesiosaurus
(This one is actually on the Holoscape seen here. Options include the 2019 Dino Rivals Savage Strike one, and the 2019 Battle Damage one.)



Protoceratops (There was a skeleton of this one seen in the Lockwood Manor though, in JWFK. Options include the 2018 FK Attack Pack, or the 2019 Dino Rivals Attack Pack one.)





Extended film canon species that have yet to be made:

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From embryo storage in JP/map brochure:

-Segisaurus

From the Telltale game:

-Troodon (also used in the JW Live show, with a new design)
-Tylosaurus

From Ingen's list/DPG list/JW viral site:

-Deinonychus (funnily enough the JP raptors are just oversized outdated Deinonychus using an outdated/incorrect classification)
-Euoplocephalus
-Lesothosaurus
-Pachyrhinosaurus (Though the Sinoceratops sculpt is certainly of a Pachyrhinosaurus. With the recent 2020 Primal Attack Sinoceratops re-sculpt revealed as a silhouette at Mattel's Jurassic World panel at SDCC, one could certainly use the previous/original "Sinoceratops" as a Pachyrhinosaurus, even if the color scheme is also based upon the Fallen Kingdom Sinoceratops.)
-Segisaurus

From Lockwood Manor:

-Diplodocus (though there was a mini of this one made)

Others:

-Dreadnoughtus (vial in FK)
-Peloroplites (corpse in FK - trailer scene only?)
-Teratophoneus (corpse in FK)For the novel species there is a complete list here (although again some species overlap with the above, or have been made already as a film creature, or extended film creature).

There was also the the Holoscape in JW as well, and no doubt some of the species here have, or will have figures such as Plesiosaurus. Species on that list that have not yet had figures made (may or may not be novel canon too):

-Elaphrosaurus
-Hadrosaurus
-Hoplitosaurus
-Nipponosaurus

Edit 9/17/19: Forgot to add in the species for that were used in the Indominus rex genome (most of which were added in FK, though some can be seen on the JW viral park site):

-Deinosuchus
-Giganotosaurus
-Majungasaurus (might be getting this in the 2020 lineup)
-Pycnonemosaurus
-Quilmesaurus
-Rugops
-Therizinosaurus (there was a leaked figure of this for 2019's lineup, but was canceled)
-Viavenator

Of course there could possibly be others out there that I have forgotten about. I definitely know I am not including the ones from the various games (such as Jurassic Park Operation Genesis or Jurassic World Evolution, etc), though some of them may overlap with any of the above species.


Species Mattel has made but not featured in the film or novel canon
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Albertosaurus



Alioramus (Revealed at SDCC. Unless this features in Camp Cretaceous, this will be listed here.)



Amargasaurus




Cryolophosaurus
(Revealed at SDCC, and also a listing up on Entertainment Earth. Unless this features in Camp Cretaceous, this will be listed here.)



Minmi




Monolophosaurus (Options include the 2018 Battle Damage one, the 2019 Dino Rivals Savage Strike, and the 2019 Battle Damage one.)



Postosuchus (Unless this features in Camp Cretaceous, this will be listed here. There is currently a pre-order for this on Entertainment Earth.)



Rhamphorhynchus




Sarcosuchus (Unless this features in Camp Cretaceous, this will be listed here. There is currently a pre-order for this on Entertainment Earth.)



Sauropelta
(Unless this features in Camp Cretaceous, this will be listed here. There is currently a pre-order for this on Entertainment Earth.)



Tapejara



Tarbosaurus (Unless this one is in the Netflix Camp Cretaceous show. Too early to know. There is currently a pre-order for this on Entertainment Earth.)



« Last Edit: October 11, 2019, 06:08:24 PM by Faelrin »
Film Accurate Mattel JW and JP toys list (incl. extended canon species, etc):
http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=6702.0

For a list of what formations the Beasts of the Mesozoic raptor and ceratopsian series species (including some possible tyrannosaurids) were found, go here: http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=6906.msg239970#msg239970


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Re: Film Accurate JP and JW toys List
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2018, 10:32:25 PM »
Could be interesting to try establish which is the most accurate for each genus. For me Mattel would win basically everywhere.
« Last Edit: March 30, 2018, 10:34:35 PM by Reptilia »

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Re: Film Accurate JP and JW toys List
« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2018, 10:37:00 PM »
Why is Brachiosaurus under other? It's literally the second Dinosaur species we see in JP. And the JPIII figure is not accurate to how it looks in the movies.
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Re: Film Accurate JP and JW toys List
« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2018, 10:47:35 PM »
I placed the Brachiosaurus toy under 'other' because it isn't accurate to how it looks in the films, but since it's also the only 'larger' Brachiosaurus figure made, it's there for species completion sake I guess. I decided to include the Herrerasaurus Attack Pack figure under other, because its design is pretty accurate to the one in the Telltale JP game, but it does not have a canon appearance in the films yet.

Edit: I edited the opening post to further elaborate these points next to the figures in the other section.
« Last Edit: March 30, 2018, 10:49:23 PM by Faelrin »
Film Accurate Mattel JW and JP toys list (incl. extended canon species, etc):
http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=6702.0

For a list of what formations the Beasts of the Mesozoic raptor and ceratopsian series species (including some possible tyrannosaurids) were found, go here: http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=6906.msg239970#msg239970

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Re: Film Accurate JP and JW toys List
« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2018, 07:34:22 AM »
It's been a while since I've posted this thread, and with 2018 coming to a close, I have to say Mattel has done a better job then I expected with regards to film accuracy, as well as the number of species they have made so far from the film's. I've compiled a list together of figures I now own, figures I want, and some other figures I'm aware of, give or take their issues (if any). These are only including the Mattel figures, nothing prior. I posted this in the 2018 Mattel Jurassic World thread, but I think it deserves to be copied here for others to make use of:

Here's my list I've been using of every species in the films, in a spoiler for folks to use as a reference if one so desires (of the film canon species toys that I have, the toys I have of a species are marked with a ~ next to it, and the species name is in italics if I have at least one of that species. For the ones with the little * next to a figure's name, it means I don't have that particular figure, even if I have a figure of that species. For the species that I do not have a toy of, their names are marked in bold. I also list the names of the films that particular variation of species shows up in, as well as some notes regarding my choices for things):


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~Allosaurus (Roarivore FK)
~Ankylosaurus (Roarivore JW/FK, no JPIII version)
 Apatosaurus (no toy yet JW/FK)
~Baryonyx (Roarivore FK)
 Brachiosaurus (*2019 JP/FK mostly likely, doubt it will resemble the JPIII version)
~Carnotaurus (Action Attack FK)
~Ceratosaurus (Roarivore JPIII)
~Compsognathus (Legacyx4 TLW/JPIII/FK)
 Corythosaurus (no toy yet JPIII)
 Dilophosaurus (*Legacy JP)
~Dimorphodon (Attack Pack JW)
~Gallimimus (Legacy JP/TLW/JW/FK, Battle Damage JP/TLW/JW/FK)
 Indominus rex (*2019? JW, edit: technically the skeleton should be here too from the Quest for Indominus pack that came with the Mosasaurus and Submarine, which was from FK, but I'm not really counting it as owning the species for now)
~Indoraptor (Super Posable FK, though *Grab and Growl has more accurate head sculpt, yet this one scales better)
 Mamenchisaurus (no toy yet TLW)
~Mosasaurus (Real Feel Skin JW/FK)
~Pachycepahlosaurus (Legacy TLW/JW)
 Parasaurolphus (*2019 TLW/JW/FK, though JW/FK version features more red and purple. JP and JPIII had green versions)
~Pteranodon (Legacy JPIII, Roarivore JW/FK, *Battle Damage JW/FK. No TLW version)
~Sinoceratops (Roarivore, though the sculpt is a Pachyrhinosaurus, and not the same species as the one in FK)
~Spinosaurus (Legacy Extreme Chomping JPIII)
~Stegosaurus (Action Attack JW/FK, not entirely based on the ones in TLW/JPIII but does fine as it)
~Stygimoloch (Battle Damage FK, Story Pack FK)
~Triceratops (Roarivore JP/TLW, not entirely based on the ones in JPIII/JW/FK, but does fine as it)
~Tyrannosaurus (Legacy Extreme Chomping JP, *2019 green/buck Legacy TLW/JPIII. *Thrash and Throw scales better and better represents the battle scarred rex from JW/FK, which is the same rex as the one in JP, but I don't truly need it, but we'll see)
~Velociraptor (Legacy TLW [the stripes aren't fully accurate, and neither is the head sculpt, but it is passable in terms of the colors], *Legacy JPIII [quilled male], Battle Damage Blue JW/FK. Additionally there seems to be a 2019 Velociraptor based on the JPIII white female, although it has some issues judging from the promo image. Time will tell. Still no Velociraptor that seems to be entirely based on the first film's female raptors either, in terms of colors, but the one in the Legacy 6 pack with Grant, etc possibly comes the closest for now)
« Last Edit: November 07, 2018, 07:51:58 AM by Faelrin »
Film Accurate Mattel JW and JP toys list (incl. extended canon species, etc):
http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=6702.0

For a list of what formations the Beasts of the Mesozoic raptor and ceratopsian series species (including some possible tyrannosaurids) were found, go here: http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=6906.msg239970#msg239970

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Updated this again with the list I created here yesterday:

https://reddit.com/r/DinoToys/comments/aw8fz9/list_of_extended_canon_species_mattel_has_made_so/

Added alphabetical and by film lists, with images (for most), as well as adding a list of film canon species and variations not made, and extended canon species made, and which of those have not been made. Additionally there is a list of species not in the films that Mattel has made.
Film Accurate Mattel JW and JP toys list (incl. extended canon species, etc):
http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=6702.0

For a list of what formations the Beasts of the Mesozoic raptor and ceratopsian series species (including some possible tyrannosaurids) were found, go here: http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=6906.msg239970#msg239970

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Wow, didn't see that JW "pitch trailer" before, the Quetzalcoatlus is clearly based on those of the Dinotopia series...