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Re: Prehistoric animals you'd like made, ordered by year named
« Reply #20 on: March 21, 2020, 04:24:06 PM »
I've added one more rule:
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5. Once a species gets the good version it needs it will be removed from the list and added to a list of animals that have a good version made, ordered by year made.


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« Reply #21 on: March 22, 2020, 05:29:20 PM »
I have to say I love this thread, excellent idea @Sim

Off the top of my head and in no particular order (I will probably come up with more later) How about:

Eustreptospondylus oxoniensis – 1964
Cotylorhynchus romeri – 1937
Anurognathus ammoni – 1923
Hypsilophodon foxii – 1869
Repenomamus robustus – 2001
Epidexipteryx hui – 2008
Megalosaurus, Iguanodon, Archaeopteryx, Cetiosaurus, Compsognathus, Hadrosaurus, Brontosaurus, Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, Albertosaurus, Stenonychosaurus, Deinonychus, Maiasaura, Carnotaurus, Baryonyx, Argentinosaurus, Sinosauropteryx, Microraptor, Citipati, Mei, Tianyulong, Kulndadromeus, Zhenyuanlong, Yutyrannus, Borealopelta, Halzskaraptor, Caihong

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« Reply #22 on: March 23, 2020, 07:32:09 PM »
Thanks @Gothmog the Baryonyx, I'm glad you like this thread!  I've added the species you listed.  I'd like Eustreptospondylus to get a good figure as well!

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Re: Prehistoric animals you'd like made, ordered by year named
« Reply #23 on: March 26, 2020, 08:50:49 PM »
Here's pretty much my most wanted while I work on and off on the more expanded list of figures of genera that either do not have figures as of yet (which will only include the ones I'm interested in), or needing accurate representation still (which will include everything I can find that have had product representation in some form, retired or in production still, resin, plastic, etc), or those that had good representation but are now retired). There may be a few here that I'm interested in that I've missed, but these should be the bulk of them. If any of these in blue do have toy figures, please correct me.

Ediacaran:
1947 Dickinsonia costata
1958 Spriggina floundersi
2008 Funisia dorothea

Cambrian:
1845 Cheirurus (no preference on species)
2019 Cambroraster falcatus

Ordovician:
1824 Isotelus maximus and/or Isotelus rex (?)
1827 Ampyx (no preference on species)
1839 Phacops rana
1977 Arandaspis prionotolepis
2015 Aegirocassis benmoulai

Silurian:
1825 Eurypterus remipes
1839 Pterygotus anglicus
1934 Mixopterus kiaeri
1937 Cooksonia (early vascular plant; no preference on species)
2019 Sollasina cthulu

Devonian:
1887 Drepanaspis (no preference on species)
1914 Jaekelopterus rhenaniae
1930 Poraspis (no preference on species)
1932 Ichthyostega (no preference on species)
2006 Tiktaalik roseae

Carboniferous:
1854 Arthropleura armata
1877 Eryops megacephalus
1878 Sphenacodon ferox
1882 Diplocaulus magnicornis
1885 Meganeura monyi
1910 Platyhystrix rugosus
1966 Tullimonstrum gregarium
1969 Greererpeton burkemorani

Permian:
1870 Lystrosaurus (no preference on species)
1878 Diadectes sideropelicus
1899 Helicoprion bessonowi (fragmentary)
1904 Seymouria (no preference on species)
1910 Cacops aspidephorus
1911 Moschops capensis
1922 Inostrancevia alexandri
1922 Scutosaurus karpinskii
1948 Prionosuchus plummeri
2017 Bulbasaurus phylloxyron
2018 Gordodon kraineri

Triassic:
1828 Mastodonsaurus (no preference on species)
1837 Plateosaurus engelhardti
1886 Tanystropheus longobardicus
1904 Placerias hesternus
1913 Euparkeria capensis
1921 Desmatosuchus spurensis
1947 Arizonasaurus babbitti
1963 Herrerasaurus  ischigualastensis
1970 Longisquama insignis
1979 Mussaurus patagonicus
1993 Eoraptor lunensis
1994 Marasuchus lilloensis
2019 Gnathovorax cabreirai

Jurassic:
1812 Pterodactylus antiquus
1824 Megalosaurus bucklandi
1839 Rhamphorhynchus (no preference on species)
1889 Leedsichthys problematicus
1894 Dryosaurus (no preference on species)
1897 Archaeopteryx siemensii
1903 Brachiosaurus altithorax (fragmentary)
1903 Ornitholestes hermanni
1914 Giraffatitan brancai (the Jurassic Park Brachiosaurus is actually based off Giraffatitan)
1962 Heterodontosaurus tucki
1973 Wuerhosaurus homheni (fragmentary; PNSO's is on the small side, and Vitae's is retired)
1977 Tuojiangosaurus multispinus
1983 Chungkingosaurus jiangbeiensis(fragmentary; I think PNSO's is retired?)
1994 Cryolophosaurus ellioti (fragmentary)
2006 Guanlong wucaii
2007 Glacialisaurus hammeri (fragmentary)
2009 Miragaia longicollum
2014 Kulindadromeus zabaikalicus
2015 Chilesaurus diegosuarezi
2017 Serikornis sungei
2018 Lingwulong shenqi


Cretaceous:
1950 Acrocanthosaurus atokensis
1870 Xiphactinus audax
1891 Torosaurus latus
1904 Centrosaurus apertus
1905 Albertosaurus sarcophagus
1909 Deinosuchus  (no preference on species)
1914 Chasmosaurus belli
1914 Corythosaurus casuarius
1914 Leptoceratops gracilis
1917 Struthiomimus altus
1922 Dromaeosaurus albertensis
1923 Lambeosaurus lambei
1930 Edmontonia rugosidens
1931 Carcharodontosaurus saharicus
1932 Stenonychosaurus  inequalis
1933 Ornithomimus/Dromiceiomimus edmontonicus
1933 Pinacosaurus grangeri (I'm not aware of any toys of this one)
1954 Therizinosaurus cheloniformis (fragmentary)
1955 Majungasaurus crenatissimus
1955 Tarbosaurus bataar
1958 Tsintaosaurus spinorhinus
1970 Daspletosaurus torosus and/or D. horneri (2017)
1970 Tenontosaurus tilletti
1972 Gallimimus bullatus
1973 Shantungosaurus giganteus (I think the PNSO one is no longer in production?)
1976 Ouranosaurus nigeriensis
1978 Saurornitholestes langstoni
1979 Maiasaura peeblesorum
1981 Muttaburrasaurus langdoni
1993 Utahraptor ostrommaysi
1997 Koolasuchus cleelandi
1999 Hyphalosaurus lingyuanensis
1999 Nigersaurus taqueti
2001 Liaoningosaurus paradoxus
2001 Repenomamus robustus
2002 Hatzegopteryx thambema
2002 Heyuannia huangi
2003 Olorotitan arharensis
2007 Gigantoraptor erlianensis
2007 Tupandactylus imperator
2008 Beelzebufo ampinga
2009 Armadillosuchus arrudai
2010 Balaur bondoc
2010 Sinoceratops zhuchengensis
2014 Dreadnoughtus schrani
2014 Ikrandraco avatar (I only recently found out about this one. I love that it was named after Avatar, which is one of my favorite movies, and the beautiful flying creatures within it, but it is a pretty interesting looking pterosaur too, though it does have fragmentary remains, although the head is known on both discovered specimens).
2015 Dakotaraptor steini (fragmentary)
2015 Zhenyuanlong suni
2017 Corythoraptor jacobsi
2017 Halszkaraptor escuilliei
2017 Luskhan itilensis
2017 Zuul crurivastator
2019 Callichimaera perplexa
2019 Cryodrakon boreas (fragmentary)

Paleogene:
1833 Chalicotherium goldfussi
1875 Eohippus angustidens
1875 Mesohippus  (no preference on species)
1906 Dorudon atrox
1922 Paraceratherium transouralicum
1981 Pakicetus (no preference on species)
1981 Quinkana fortirostrum
1994 Ambulocetus natans
2009 Titanoboa cerrejonensis
2012 Carbonemys cofrinii

Neogene:
1832 Machairodus aphanistus
1886 Meiolania platyceps
1887 Phorusrhacos longissimus
1892 Purussaurus brasiliensis
1893 Homotherium serum
1924 Dinofelis (no preference on species)
1929 Platybelodon grangeri
1933 Thylacosmilus atrox
1963 Titanis walleri (fragmentary)
1976 Stupendemys geographicus
1980 Argentavis magnificens
2010 Livyatan melvillei

Quaternary:
1810 Cave Lion (Panthera spelaea)
1823 Cave Hyena (Crocuta crocuta spelaea)
1839 Glyptodon (no preference on species)
1843 Giant Moa/Dinornis (either species)
1858 Canis dirus
1859 Megalania/Varanus priscus
1872 Haast's Eagle/Hieraaetus moorei aka Harpagornis moorei
1879 Arctodus simus
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Re: Prehistoric animals you'd like made, ordered by year named
« Reply #24 on: March 26, 2020, 10:48:10 PM »
1975 Nessiteras rhombopteryx

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« Reply #25 on: April 07, 2020, 03:46:12 PM »
I've decided I will count the small Kaiyodo figures.  Rutiodon is still in blue as the Kaiyodo version doesn't look like Rutiodon carolinensis, it seems to be another phytosaur.  I've also put Riojasaurus in blue after realising the only toy of it is an action figure.


@Faelrin, I've finally finished adding species you posted!  Some thoughts I have:

1. I put Aegirocassis, the cave lion, the giant moa and Haast's eagle in blue since I'm not counting resin figures.
2. I'm surprised eurypterids haven't been made more often.  Some of them seem like they would sell well, just like Dunkleosteus.
3. I didn't add Cooksonia as it's a plant.  A thread for prehistoric plants we'd like made could be good though!
4. I'm a bit surprised Ichthyostega hasn't been made more often.
5. I didn't add the following to the list as their appearance is unknown: Helicoprion, Brachiosaurus, Wuerhosaurus, Chungkingosaurus, Glacialisaurus, Therizinosaurus, Dakotaraptor, Cryodrakon, Titanis.
6. I put Dryosaurus in green as there is one made by a company that isn't known: http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=3390.msg177120#msg177120  And there is also one in the Transmutazors line: http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=6848.msg209776#msg209776
7. I didn't add Kentrosaurus as the CollectA version isn't retired, although I too would like to see a good, new Kentrosaurus figure!
8. I put Torosaurus in purple due to the Safari version.
9. I put Centrosaurus in green due to the Kabaya figure: http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=3966.msg136913#msg136913
10. I like your choice of Chasmosaurus belli.  I've also added Chasmosaurus russelli as I'd like both of these species to get a good figure.
11. Papo's Gorgosaurus and Safari's Carcharodontosaurus are too big to be put in purple.  So I haven't added Gorgosaurus, but I put Carcharodontosaurus in green due to the unconvincing pink line at the edge of the mouth and blobby teeth of the newer Safari version.  Other Carcharodontosaurus figures are more obviously inaccurate.
12. Besides the species I've already expressed wanting, I like your choices of Tanystropheus, Edmontonia, Carcharodontosaurus, Pinacosaurus and Muttaburrasaurus.
13. I'm following theropod expert Mickey Mortimer's classification which finds "Ornithomimus edmontonicus" to be a junior synonym of Dromiceiomimus, so I've added the two Dromiceiomimus species to the list rather than "O. edmontonicus".
14. I've put Saurornitholestes in green due to the Geoworld version.
15. I haven't added the cave bear as Papo's seems good to me.
16. I've put Arctodus in green as a figure of it exists: https://zubbiecreations.com/index.php/2018/07/11/unboxing-discovery-world-dinosaur-candy-boxes-wonder-ball/

Let me know if you think I should make any changes!


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Re: Prehistoric animals you'd like made, ordered by year named
« Reply #26 on: April 07, 2020, 05:44:11 PM »
@Sim 100% serious  ;)

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« Reply #27 on: April 07, 2020, 07:31:54 PM »
I think we need these animals hopefully from Safrai Ltd, due to price and accuracy. Not all of them count as on specific species.

1. Large sauropod(examples; Argentinosaurus, Maraapunisaurus)
2. Erythosuchids(such as Garjainia, Sahnisuchus, and of course, Erythosuchus)
3. prehistoric dogs in general
4.Paraceratheres
5.Eurypterids
6. "real" tyrannosaurus. We need a figure that shows the most up to date tyrannosaurus(like the new Saurian one), rather than the innacturate JP/JW one or the very Debatable feathered one(please lets not turn this into a feather vs scale argument)
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8. Veteruptisaurus, 2011


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« Reply #28 on: April 07, 2020, 07:40:36 PM »
@Sim I had the Haast's Eagle and Giant Moa in green because Yowie made figures of both of those, and the Cave Lion in green because Starlux made a Cave Lion, all of which are long retired now (though perhaps the Yowie ones could qualify as purple too possibly?). Looks like I made an oops on the Aegirocassis though as I have no idea why that wasn't left blue, as you are right only the resin figure of it exists, and thanks for the corrections on the others (including those fragmentary species that I wasn't entirely aware about such as Cryodrakon) that slipped past my radar. I'll go back and edit my post to fix those up.

Edit: I got to say I am also pretty surprised at the lack of eurypterid (more so these, having also been depicted in pop culture, or at least in WWM and its spinoffs) and Ichthyostega (and on a similar note, Tiktaalik) figures. Hopefully CollectA, or Safari Ltd, if not another company can give some justice to those. At least companies like Kaiyodo, Yowie, and Colorata made some.
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« Reply #29 on: April 09, 2020, 05:55:08 PM »
@Stegotyranno, I'm only going to add species you'd like to see made.  Erythrosuchids are interesting choices, I've added Garjainia, Shansisuchus and Erythrosuchus.  I've not added Argentinosaurus, Maraapunisaurus and Veterupristisaurus as they all have an unknown appearance.  I've not added T. rex because the Battat Terra and PNSO Wilson seem like accurate featherless T. rex to me.  I've not added Rajasaurus as CollectA has made it.  Let me know if there are species not on the list that you think should be.

@Faelrin, thanks for the corrections!  I've changed those three so they are in green now.  For which species the moa figure is, going by what I can make out here, the species appears to be Dinornis robustus rather than Dinornis novaezealandidiae: https://www.dinofan.com/Collectibles/CollectiblesItemsPicView.aspx?ITID=31238

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« Reply #30 on: April 10, 2020, 07:15:22 AM »
@Sim well i guess this is the wrong thread. I put Raja and Accurate Rex because i felt they needed a more reachable and better alternative to ones that exist. For example, despite having rajasaurus be one of my favorite dinosaurs, its collectA figure makes me think of old Mung lentils.
As for the sauropods, i was addressing the larger sauropods as a whole, giving examples, because i got confused which thread this is and i thought its the one where you ask for a wishlist, not specifically non-toy animals. i wanted veterupristiaurus because we need a larger Jurassic predator other than allosaurus. Yeah, maybe amphicyon or epicyon would work


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« Reply #31 on: April 10, 2020, 06:33:33 PM »
@Stegotyranno, this thread is for animals that lack a good model version or which have one that is retired, very small or very big.  Your choices are welcome, but I'm only going to add animals that are known from decent remains.

Some of the things you mentioned are currently in the list.  For example:

1. Large sauropods: Patagotitan mayorum, Giraffatitan brancai, Dreadnoughtus schrani
2. Prehistoric dogs: Canis dirus
3. Paraceratheres: Paraceratherium transouralicum
4. Eurypterids: Eurypterus remipes, Jaekelopterus rhenaniae, Mixopterus kiaeri, Pterygotus anglicus
5. Larger Jurassic predator: Torvosaurus tanneri
6. Amphicyon ingens

Please let me know if there's anything you'd like added to the list.  I can add Epicyon if you'd like?

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« Reply #32 on: April 10, 2020, 07:19:44 PM »
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« Reply #33 on: April 10, 2020, 07:25:21 PM »
@Stegotyranno, this thread is for animals that lack a good model version or which have one that is retired, very small or very big.  Your choices are welcome, but I'm only going to add animals that are known from decent remains.

Some of the things you mentioned are currently in the list.  For example:

1. Large sauropods: Patagotitan mayorum, Giraffatitan brancai, Dreadnoughtus schrani
2. Prehistoric dogs: Canis dirus
3. Paraceratheres: Paraceratherium transouralicum
4. Eurypterids: Eurypterus remipes, Jaekelopterus rhenaniae, Mixopterus kiaeri, Pterygotus anglicus
5. Larger Jurassic predator: Torvosaurus tanneri

6. Amphicyon ingens

Please let me know if there's anything you'd like added to the list.  I can add Epicyon if you'd like?
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« Reply #34 on: April 10, 2020, 07:52:58 PM »
@Stegotyranno Could it be the Mojo brand that made that mojoceratops? It would be the most suitable toy brand for that figure, although Mojo does not usually make obscure dinosaurs on the market.

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« Reply #35 on: April 11, 2020, 12:32:40 AM »
It would definitely be amusing to see Mojo release a Mojoceratops.
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« Reply #36 on: April 11, 2020, 02:09:09 AM »
@Stegotyranno Could it be the Mojo brand that made that mojoceratops? It would be the most suitable toy brand for that figure, although Mojo does not usually make obscure dinosaurs on the market.
Yeah you're right, (cough cough Mandschurosaurus cough)


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« Reply #37 on: April 11, 2020, 11:52:55 AM »
@Stegotyranno Could it be the Mojo brand that made that mojoceratops? It would be the most suitable toy brand for that figure, although Mojo does not usually make obscure dinosaurs on the market.
Yeah you're right, (cough cough Mandschurosaurus cough)

@Stegotyranno Well, it's true, the mandschurosaurus, the troodon and the mamenchisaurus are obscure dinosaurs on the market, but most of the figures this year are classic dinosaurs by Mojo, that's why I commented that Mojo "doesn't usually make obscure dinosaurs on the market "That does not mean that it does not make avant-garde dinosaurs like the one mentioned, Mojo is a very good brand and it also makes very rare prehistoric animal figures on the market but unfortunately it is not the general trend.

By the way I add another prehistoric animal that I would like to make a brand of toy dinosaurs (I don't know if it's included in the list).

2003 Ludodactylus sibbicki

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« Reply #38 on: April 11, 2020, 05:56:40 PM »
18401843 Rhizodus hibberti named by Sir Richard Owen himself

EDIT: other sources attribute R. hibberti to Agassiz 1843; I'm not sure why there is controversy around this, as I have not yet found copies of any of the relevant references.
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« Reply #39 on: April 12, 2020, 09:31:53 PM »
I've added Epicyon, Ludodactylus and Rhizodus!  I haven't added Mojoceratops as I agree with work by palaeontologists that find it to be a junior synonym of Chasmosaurus russelli.  It would be funny if Mojo made a Mojoceratops though!

@Halichoeres, it's strange there are conflicting attributions for who named Rhizodus hibberti.  I've added it to the list under the year you gave me most recently which also agrees with the year given on Fossilworks.  Let me know if you think the year should be changed.  On Prehistoric Wildlife there's another year/author given - "Traquair ‬- ‬1836?": http://www.prehistoric-wildlife.com/species/r/rhizodus.html