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Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« on: July 12, 2020, 06:17:25 AM »
I got some already, but help me find some for others.
Theropoda:
-Abelisaurus (2018 PNSO mini; fragmentary genus known only from skull)
-Acheroraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; fragmentary genus know only from skull material)
-Acrocanthosaurus (2015 Battat Terra, 2018 Papo)
-Adasaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; partially known genus)
-Afrovenator (2010 CollectA; passable but not ideal; partially known genus)
-Albertosaurus (2004 Carnegie Collection; passable but not ideal)
-Alexornis (2012 Vivid Toy Group; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Alioramus (2018 PNSO mini, 2020 Mattel Jurassic World, 2009 CollectA; passable but not ideal; material for A. remotus is fragmentary, A. altai is much more complete)
-Allosaurus (2019 Safari Ltd, 2020 CollectA,)
-Anchiornis (2018 PNSO mini, 2012 Takara Expo)
-Anzu (2018 Safari Ltd)
-Archaeopteryx (2017 Favorite Soft Model, 2018 PNSO mini, 2015 Safari Ltd, Kaiyodo Dinotales)
-Atrociraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; fragmentary genus known only from skull material)
-Australovenator (2016 Australian Age of Dinosaurs)
-Balaur (Beasts of the Mesozoic; restored more as a dromaeosaurid; fragmentary genus)
-Baryonyx (2018 Favorite, 2020 CollectA, 2019 CollectA Deluxe, 2018 PNSO mini, 2020 Schleich)
-Beipiaosaurus (2006 Carnegie Collection)
-Beishanlong (2016 CollectA Deluxe; partially known genus)
-Bistahieversor (Favorite 2016, CollectA 2014)
-Buitreraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale)
-Carcharodontosaurus (2016 Safari Ltd, Collecta 2014)
-Carnotaurus (Papo 2013, 2019 CollectA Deluxe, 2011 Carnegie Collection, 2020 Favorite Soft Model, 2015 Battat Terra, 2018 Kaiyodo)
-Caudipteryx (2006 Carnegie Collection)
-Ceratosaurus (2018 PNSO [not really a toy per se], 2018 CollectA Deluxe, 2017 Papo, 2015 Battat Terra, 2015 REBOR)
-Chilantaisaurus (2018 Vitae; fragmentary genus)
-Citpati (2019 Safari Ltd)
-Ceolophysis (2017 Safari Ltd, Kaiyodo Dinotales, 2016 Favorite)
-Coelurus (2019 Mattel Jurassic World, passable but not ideal; partially known genus)
-Compsognathus (2018 Papo, 2016 REBOR, Kaiyodo JPIII; passable but not ideal, all based on TLW:JP design)
-Concavenator (2013 Carnegie Collection, 2015 Favorite, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Confuciusornis (2018 PNSO mini)
-Cryolophosaurus (2014 Battat Terra, 2010 Carnegie Collection, 2018 Papo, 2018 PNSO mini; passable but not ideal based on latest reconstruction; fragmentary genus)
-Dakotaraptor (2018 Dinosaurs in the Wild; fragmentary genus)
-Daspletosaurus (2013 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Deinocheirus (2017 Safari Ltd, 2019 Kaiyodo)
-Deinonychus (2020 Safari Ltd 2018 Mojo; the 2019 Kaiyodo, 2016 REBOR, , and 2016 Colorata are passable but not ideal)
-Deltadromeus (1998 Carnegie Collection; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Dilong (2006 Carnegie Collection; 2016 Colorata is passable but not ideal)
-Dilophosaurus (2020 Safari Ltd, Kaiyodo Dinoland 2014 Papo; 2011 Bullyland is passable but not ideal)
-Dromaeosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; fragmentary genus)
-Ekrixinatosaurus (2020 REBOR; passable but not ideal)
-Eotyrannus (2010 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Eustreptospondylus (2006 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Fukuiraptor (2019 CollectA, 2018 Favorite mini, 2020 Takara Tomy, 2016 Kaiyodo, 2015 Favorite, fragmentary genus)
-Fukuivenator (2019 Favorite mini; passable but not ideal)
-Gallimimus (1994 Battat; Colorata, Kaiyodo, passable but not ideal)
-Gasosaurus (2020 Mattel Jurassic World; passable but not ideal; partially known genus)
-Giganotosaurus (2017 Vitae, 2019 Eofauna, 2019 PNSO, 2020 Mojo, 2017 Safari Ltd; 2019 Schleich Juvenile, 2018 Mojo, 2008 Carnegie Collection; only the Vitae, Mojo, 2019 Eofauna and Schleich Juvenile seem to incorporate the latest reconstruction of the larger robust skull, although the 2020 Papo seems to as well, but has too many issues otherwise; partially known genus)
-Gigantoraptor (2019 PNSO small, 2009 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Gorgosaurus (2019 Papo, 2012 Vivid Toy Group WWD)
-Guanlong (2016 Favorite)
-Hesperonychus (2012 Vivid Toy Group WWD; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Hesperornis (2007 Character Options Primeval)
-Icthyovenator (2014 CollectA; fragmentary genus)
-Indosuchus (2018 PNSO mini; fragmentary genus known from skull material only)
-Irritator (2020 Mattel Jurassic World, 2011 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus known only from skull material, and potential postcranial remains)
-Liliensternus (2011 CollectA, 2006 Bullyland; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Linheraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale)
-Lourinhanosaurus (2011 CollectA; passable but not ideal, partially known genus)
-Lythronax (2016 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Majungasaurus (2017 Vitae, 2020 Mattel Jurassic World, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Mapusaurus (2020 CollectA, 2018 CollectA Deluxe)
-Masiakaasurus (2016 Safari Ltd; partially known genus)
-Megalosaurus (1974 Invicta; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Mei (2018 PNSO mini)
-Metriacanthosaurus (2016 CollectA; fragmentary genus)
-Microraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2017 Safari Ltd, 2019 PNSO small, 2020 CollectA Deluxe)
-Monolophosaurus (2014 Safari Ltd)
-Mononykus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; partially known genus)
-Nanshiungosaurus (2014 Battat Terra; fragmentary genus)
-Nanantius (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; fragmentary genus)
-Neovenator (2018 Favorite, 2012 CollectA Deluxe; passable but not ideal)
-Nothronychus (2008 CollectA, passable but not ideal)
-Ornithomimus (2012 Geoworld; passable but not ideal)
-Oviraptor (2018 Schleich, 2007 Carnegie Collection, Kaiyodo Dinotales, 2008 Safari Ltd [based off of Luis Rey's artwork], 2016 Colorata; passable but not ideal; partially known genus)
-Pelecanimimus (2015 Favorite)
-Proceratosaurus (2011 CollectA, 2018 PNSO mini; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus known only from skull material)
-Pyroraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; fragmentary genus)
-Qianzhousaurus (2020 Safari Ltd, 2018 PNSO mini; partially known genus)
-Rajasaurus (2012 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Rugops (2010 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus known only from skull material)
-Saltriovenator (2020 CollectA Deluxe, fragmentary genus)
-Saurophaganax (2014 CollectA, passable but not ideal, fragmentary genus)
-Saurornitholestes (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale)
-Sciurumimus (2018 CollectA)
-Siamotyrannus (Kaiyodo Dinotales; based on an older classification as a tyrannosaurid; fragmentary genus)
-Siats (2020 Mattel Jurassic World; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Sinornithosaurus (2009 Safari Ltd TOOB; passable but not ideal)
-Sinosauropteryx (2018 PNSO mini)
-Sinraptor (2018 Vitae, 2004 Carnegie Collection)
-Spinosaurus (2019 Papo,2019 Safari Ltd, 2015 CollectA [Deluxe, swimming, and standing] 2020 REBOR, Favorite Soft Model, 2019 Schleich, 2019 PNSO, 2017 Takara Tomy, 2016 Kaiyodo; all figures are now out of date with 2020's publications on the tail, posture, etc; partially known genus)
-Stenonychosaurus/Troodon (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2020 Mojo, 2012 Vivid Toy Group)
-Struthiomimus (2016 CollectA, passable but not ideal)
-Suchomimus (2014 Safari Ltd)
-Szechuanosaurus (Kaiyodo, fragmentary genus)
-Tarbosaurus (2020 Favorite Soft Model, 2013 Favorite, 2018 Kaiyodo)
-Tawa (2018 Shleich, passable but not ideal)
-Teratophoneus (2019 Vitae)
-Therizinosaurus (2019 Kaiyodo, 2016 Kaiyodo, 2018 Papo, Safari Ltd Great Dinos, 2012 Bullyland, 1995 Safari Ltd, 2014 CollectA Deluxe, 2012 CollectA, Kaiyodo Dinotales; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Timimus (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Torvosaurus (2016 CollectA Deluxe; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Tsaagan (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; fragmentary genus known only from skull and neck material)
-Tyrannosaurus (2017 Safari Ltd [outdated integument], 2018 Kaiyodo Sofubi, 2015 Battat Terra, 2020 PNSO, 2019 Kaiyodo, 2020 REBOR, 2018 CollectA Deluxe, 2015 CollectA Deluxe and 2016 CollectA [outdated integument], BOTM Tyrannosaurus
-Utahraptor (2017 Schleich; 2015 REBOR, passable but not ideal, Battat[altough scaly )
-Velociraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2017 Safari Ltd, 2016 Papo, 2015 Carnegie Collection, 2012 Favorite Soft Model)
-Xiongguanlong (2015 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Yangchuanosaurus (2019 PNSO small, 2019 PNSO with Chungkingosaurus)
-Yi (2016 Kaiyodo, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Yutyrannus (2015 Safari Ltd, 2016 Favorite, 2013 Kaiyodo)
-Zhenyuanlong (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale)
-Zhuchengtyrannus (2016 Favorite; fragmentary genus known from skull material only)

Sauropodomorpha:
-Lufengosaurus (2019 Vitae, 2016 PNSO)
-Plateosaurus (2011 CollectA, 1995 Carnegie Collection, Kaiyodo Dinotales; passable but not ideal)

-Sauropoda:
-Alamosaurus (2011 CollectA, passable but not ideal)
-Amargasaurus (2019 PNSO 1/35 scale, 2018 Safari Ltd, 2007 Carnegie Collection)
-Ampelosaurus (2018 PNSO mini, 2011 CollectA; both are passable but not ideal)
-Apatosaurus (2010 Safari Ltd, 2015 Papo)
-Argentinosaurus (2012 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Atlasaurus (2019 Eofauna)
-Agustinia (2008 CollectA Deluxe, 2006 CollectA, 2020 Schleich, 2012 Geoworld; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Austrosaurus (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Bajadasaurus (2020 CollectA; fragmentary genus)
-Barapasaurus (2016 Schleich; passable but not ideal)
-Brachiosaurus (2012 Carnegie Collection, 2010 Safari Ltd; may or may not be based off Giraffatitan, as Brachiosaurus itself is fragmentary)
-Brontosaurus (2018 CollectA)
-Camarasaurus (2019 Safari Ltd)
-Cetiosaurus (1985 Invicta, 2009 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Daxiatitan (2015 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Diplodocus (2017 Safari Ltd, 2020 Favorite Soft Model, 2020/2013 CollectA, 2008 Carnegie Collection)
-Euhelopus (2016 PNSO)
-Europasaurus (2014 Bullyland; passable but not ideal)
-Fukuititan (2018 Favorite mini; fragmentary genus)
-Huanghetitan (2016 PNSO; fragmentary genus)
-Jobaria (2010 CollectA Deluxe; passable but not ideal)
-Malawisaurus (2018 Safari Ltd)
-Mamenchisaurus (2019 PNSO 1/35 scale, 2019 PNSO small, 2018 PNSO mini, plenty of other PNSO versions as well)
-Mussaurus (2020 and 2019 Mattel Jurassic World; passable but not ideal as a juvenile)
-Nigersaurus (2009 Safari Ltd; passable but not ideal)
-Opisthocoelicaudia (Kaiyodo; passable but not ideal)
-Paralititan (2009 CollectA Deluxe; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Rebbachisaurus (2008 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Rhoetosaurus (2009 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Saltasaurus (1997 Carnegie Collection, Kaiyodo Dinoland, 2006 Schleich; passable but not ideal)
-Shunosaurus (2016 Safari Ltd)
-Spinophorosaurus (Bullyland; passable but not ideal)
-Tambatitanis (2014 Favorite, Kaiyodo; fragmentary genus)


Ornithischia:
-Leaellynasaura (2014 Science and Nature, 1998 Toyway WWD; passable but not ideal; holotype specimen is only a partial skull, although was previously assigned partial postcranial skeletons with noteworthy long tails)

   (Heterodontosauridae):
   -Tianyulong (2018 PNSO)
   
   (Genasauria):
   -Serendipaceratops (Science and Nature; Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)

      [Thyreophora]:
      -Scelidosaurus (The 2009 CollectA one is passable but not ideal, some issues such as the shoulder spikes)

         {Stegosauria}:
         -Chungkingosaurus (2019 and 2016 PNSO)
         -Dacentrurus (2014 Battat Terra, maybe the 2011 CollectA Deluxe)
         -Gigantospinosaurus (2017 CollectA)
         -Huayangosaurus (2019 PNSO)
         -Kentrosaurus (2018 PNSO mini, maybe the 2017 and 2015 Schleich, and 2010 Safari Ltd are passable)
         -Lexovisaurus (The 2008 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
         -Miragaia (2018 PNSO mini, 2011 Carnegie Collection)
         -Stegosaurus (2019 Safari Ltd, 2019 PNSO, 2020 Rebor)
         -Tuojiangosaurus (2018 PNSO mini, Colorata)
         -Wuerhosaurus (2018 PNSO mini, 2018 Vitae)
         
         {Ankylosauria}:
         -Minmi (CollectA 2010, Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus which had remains belonging to Kunbarrasaurus attributed to it in the past)
   
            {(Ankylosauridae)}:
            -Ankylosaurus (2019 PNSO Sede, 2018 Safari Ltd)
            -Euoplocephalus (2015 Battat Terra, 1989 Safari Ltd)
            -Saichania (2016 Schleich; passable but not ideal)

            {(Nodosauridae)}:
            -Animantarx (2019 Schleich; passable but not ideal)
            -Boraelopelta (2019 CollectA, 2018 Kaiyodo)
            -Edmontonia (1996 Battat, Yowie, Tyco)
            -Hylaeosaurus (2009 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
            -Gastonia (2014 CollectA)
            -Polacanthus (1998 Toyway WWD, maybe the 2017 Papo)
            -Sauropelta (2015 Safari Ltd)
            -Zheijangosaurus (2018 Vitae; fragmentary genus)

      [Neornithischia]:
      -Fulgurotherium (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
      -Hypsilophodon (2012 CollectA)

         {Cerapoda}:

            {(Marginocephalia)}

               {[Pachycephalosauria]}
               -Dracorex (2012 Safari Ltd, 2019 Schleich; likely synonymous with Pachycephalosaurus)
               -Pachycepahlosaurus (2020 Safari Ltd)
               -Prenocephale (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal)
               -Stygimoloch (2020 Papo; likely synonymous with Pachycephalosaurus)

               {[Ceratopsia]}
               -Achelousaurus (2009 Collecta, although issues with the forelimb's digits)
               -Albertoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Anchiceratops (Kaiyodo Dinotales)
               -Avaceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Centrosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Chasmosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2018 PNSO mini)
               -Diabloceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2013 Safari Ltd 1/35 scale, 2013 Kaiyodo, 2013 CollectA)
               -Einiosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2017 Safari Ltd 1/22 scale, 2017 CollectA, 2018 PNSO mini)
               -Koraeceratops (2012 CollectA)
               -Kosmoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2013 Kaiyodo, 2018 PNSO, 2012 CollectA)
               -Leptoceratops (2004 Safari Ltd)
               -Liaoceratops (2018 PNSO mini)
               -Medusaceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2015 CollectA)
               -Mercuriceratops (2016 CollectA)
               -Monoclonius/juvenile Centrosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Nasutoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2015 Safari Ltd 1/30 scale, 2015 CollectA)
               -Pachyrhinosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2014 Safari Ltd 1/40 scale, 2014 Battat Terra, 2018 PNSO mini, 2012 Vivid Toy Group WWD)
               -Pentaceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2016 Favorite, 2019 Papo, 2014 Schleich)
               -Protoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2020 CollectA Deluxe 1/6 scale, Wild Past 1/35 scale, Kaiyodo Dinotales)
               -Psittacosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2017 Safari Ltd, 2018 Schleich)
               -Regaliceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2018 Safari Ltd, 2017 CollectA)
               -Sinoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2018 Vitae, Favorite 2016)
               -Spiclypeus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Spinops (2019 PNSO, 2018 PNSO mini)
               -Styracosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2019 Safari Ltd, 2017 CollectA Deluxe, 2013 Favorite Soft Model, 1994 Battat)
               -Torosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2011 CollectA)
               -Triceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale adult and subadult, 2018 Safari Ltd, 2019 PNSO, Mojo 2019 Triceratops, Mojo 2020 Brown triceratops[both have digit problems])
               -Utahceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2012 CollectA which has issues with the digits)
               -Vagaceratops (2012 Safari Ltd)
               -Wendiceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Xenoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2014 CollectA, 2018 PNSO mini)
               -Yinlong (2016 Favorite)
               -Zuniceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)

            {(Ornithopoda)}
            -Atlascopcosaurus (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)

               {[Iguanodontia]}:
               -Callovosaurus (2020 Mattel Jurassic World; fragmentary genus)
               -Fukuisaurus (2020 CollectA, 2020 Takara Tomy, 2018 Favorite mini, 2015 Favorite, 2006 Kaiyodo)
               -Iguanodon (2018 CollectA Deluxe, 2016 Safari Ltd, 2020 Favorite Soft Model)
               -Koshisaurus (2018 Favorite mini; fragmentary genus)
               -Mantellisaurus (2018 CollectA)
               -Muttaburrasaurus (1989 Invicta, 2009 CollectA, Yowie)
               -Ouranosaurus (1994 Battat, 2018 PNSO mini)
               -Tenontosaurus (2016 REBOR corpse, 2009 CollectA)

                  {{Hadrosauridae}}:
                  -Corythosaurus (1996 Safari Ltd, 2006 Toyway)
                  -Edmontosaurus (2020 Safari Ltd, missing the recently revealed "hooves")
                  -Gryposaurus (2013 Safari Ltd)
                  -Hypacrosaurus (2004 Safari Ltd)
                  -Lambeosaurus (2014 Bullyland, 1993 Invicta)
                  -Kamuysaurus/Mukawaryu (2019 Kaiyodo)
                  -Maiasaura (1994 Battat, Kaiyodo Dinoland, 2009 Colorata, 1996 Carnegie Collection)
                  -Mandschurosaurus (2016 PNSO, 2020 Mojo)
                  -Olorotitan (2018 PNSO mini, 2008 CollectA)
                  -Parasaurolophus (2017 Safari Ltd, 2013 CollectA Deluxe, 2015 Battat Terra)
                  -Saurolophus (2013 Favorite, Tyco)
                  -Shantungosaurus (2016 PNSO)
                  -Tsintaosaurus (PNSO 2019)
                 
         {Parksosauridae}:
         -Parksosaurus (2012 Vivid Toy Group WWD)

Thanks to @Faelrin  as well as others for the list, altough it is edited a little by my standards
« Last Edit: July 16, 2020, 04:29:24 AM by Stegotyranno »


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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2020, 05:55:21 PM »
The Favorite Co. Tyrannosaurus (Series 1 scaly brown release, though it may have had a grey release) is more accurate then the Battat.
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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2020, 09:36:04 PM »
In addition to brown, the Favorite Tyrannosaurus was available in green and two special black versions, they can be seen here: http://dinotoyblog.com/forum/index.php?topic=7227.0  I do think it's one of the most accurate Tyrannosaurus figures, but I'm not sure it's more accurate than the Battat, the nostril placement looks better on the Battat.

I wouldn't put the Safari 2017 Tyrannosaurus as one of the most accurate, it has feathers on areas thought to be covered with scales like the jugal, as can be seen in Mark Witton's integument map here: http://markwitton-com.blogspot.com/2017/06/revenge-of-scaly-tyrannosaurus.html

Some others that could be added to your list:
Carcharodontosaurus - Safari 2016
Coelophysis - Safari
Deinonychus - Safari 2020
Sauropelta - Safari
Velociraptor - Safari 2017

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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2020, 09:50:21 PM »
I still maintain that Safari's recent Tyrannosaurus is the absolute best when it comes to the anatomy, feathers or no. Though, I'm also quite fond of the Kaiyodo Sofubi version.

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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2020, 11:43:08 PM »
Not really. I find the Safari offering's skull to be a bit wide. Though the thickness of the animal is really well done.
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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #5 on: July 13, 2020, 01:05:16 AM »
Not really. I find the Safari offering's skull to be a bit wide. Though the thickness of the animal is really well done.

It's based on Sue, Sue's skull is pretty wide.

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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #6 on: July 13, 2020, 01:21:38 PM »
Not really. I find the Safari offering's skull to be a bit wide. Though the thickness of the animal is really well done.

It's based on Sue, Sue's skull is pretty wide.
I agree, @Loon . I've seen it in the Chicago Field Museum. Doug Watson did his homework.

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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #7 on: July 13, 2020, 09:31:04 PM »
@Sim The Safari Ltd T. rex was sculpted before the findings were published, and if I recall correctly the information about the integument on the neck were not known until after it was published? Still integument aside, the rest of the anatomy is spot on, even if there are other options these days. I would probably second @Loon's suggestion for the Kaiyodo Safubi one. However I'd also like to mention that the upcoming Beasts of the Mesozoic one will probably take the throne as it will likely be the first rendition to feature lips, the integument based off of the 2017 study, etc, unless someone can put one out beforehand. They've got quite a bit of time in any case.

@Stegotyranno Unfortunately none of the recent Spinosaurus figures are accurate now with the new tail findings, though the Safari Ltd one came the closest for the time it was sculpted, particularly in regards to the feet. Sure the Papo one has a fin, but it's more akin to an eel versus what was discovered, but nonetheless it still has some other issues.

Most of Safari Ltd's, CollectA's, and PNSO's recent figures are the most accurate takes on those genus produced so far, but I will be compiling together a list of what's available (based on what I'm aware about mainly using the dinotoycollector and toyanimalwiki sites for info), though there's probably yet more in @Halichoeres collection and the Unique species reference list. For now here is a list of mostly plastic and/or toy Ornithischians (with a simplified tree), so this mainly excludes those made in resin, statues, etc, though it does include the more expensive BotM action figures). I also tried to sort from the most accurate, to those that are largely still passable as takes on the species, even if not the most ideal due to some issues (such as how the digits are, proportions, etc).

Edit: I should have also mentioned there are some genus that have toys, but are too outdated to be passable (such as featuring dragging tails, etc), such as the numerous Heterodontosaurus figures out there, for example.

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Ornithischia:
-Leaellynasaura (2014 Science and Nature, 1998 Toyway WWD; passable but not ideal; holotype specimen is only a partial skull, although was previously assigned partial postcranial skeletons with noteworthy long tails)

   (Heterodontosauridae):
   -Tianyulong (2018 PNSO)
   
   (Genasauria):
   -Serendipaceratops (Science and Nature; Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)

      [Thyreophora]:
      -Scelidosaurus (The 2009 CollectA one is passable but not ideal, some issues such as the shoulder spikes)

         {Stegosauria}:
         -Chungkingosaurus (2019 and 2016 PNSO)
         -Dacentrurus (2014 Battat Terra, maybe the 2011 CollectA Deluxe)
         -Gigantospinosaurus (2017 CollectA)
         -Huayangosaurus (2019 PNSO)
         -Kentrosaurus (2018 PNSO mini, maybe the 2017 and 2015 Schleich, and 2010 Safari Ltd are passable)
         -Lexovisaurus (The 2008 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
         -Miragaia (2018 PNSO mini, 2011 Carnegie Collection)
         -Stegosaurus (2019 Safari Ltd, 2019 PNSO)
         -Tuojiangosaurus (2018 PNSO mini, Colorata)
         -Wuerhosaurus (2018 PNSO mini, 2018 Vitae)
         
         {Ankylosauria}:
         -Minmi (CollectA 2010, Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus which had remains belonging to Kunbarrasaurus attributed to it in the past)
   
            {(Ankylosauridae)}:
            -Ankylosaurus (2019 PNSO Sede, 2018 Safari Ltd)
            -Euoplocephalus (2015 Battat Terra, 1989 Safari Ltd)
            -Saichania (2016 Schleich; passable but not ideal)

            {(Nodosauridae)}:
            -Animantarx (2019 Schleich; passable but not ideal)
            -Boraelopelta (2019 CollectA, 2018 Kaiyodo)
            -Edmontonia (1996 Battat, Yowie, Tyco)
            -Hylaeosaurus (2009 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
            -Gastonia (2014 CollectA)
            -Polacanthus (1998 Toyway WWD, maybe the 2017 Papo)
            -Sauropelta (2015 Safari Ltd)
            -Zheijangosaurus (2018 Vitae; fragmentary genus)

      [Neornithischia]:
      -Fulgurotherium (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
      -Hypsilophodon (2012 CollectA)

         {Cerapoda}:

            {(Marginocephalia)}

               {[Pachycephalosauria]}
               -Dracorex (2012 Safari Ltd, 2019 Schleich; likely synonymous with Pachycephalosaurus)
               -Pachycepahlosaurus (2020 Safari Ltd)
               -Prenocephale (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal)
               -Stygimoloch (2020 Papo; likely synonymous with Pachycephalosaurus)

               {[Ceratopsia]}
               -Achelousaurus (2009 Collecta, although issues with the forelimb's digits)
               -Albertoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Anchiceratops (Kaiyodo Dinotales)
               -Avaceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Centrosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Chasmosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2018 PNSO mini)
               -Diabloceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2013 Safari Ltd 1/35 scale, 2013 Kaiyodo, 2013 CollectA)
               -Einiosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2017 Safari Ltd 1/22 scale, 2017 CollectA, 2018 PNSO mini)
               -Koraeceratops (2012 CollectA)
               -Kosmoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2013 Kaiyodo, 2018 PNSO, 2012 CollectA)
               -Leptoceratops (2004 Safari Ltd)
               -Liaoceratops (2018 PNSO mini)
               -Medusaceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2015 CollectA)
               -Mercuriceratops (2016 CollectA)
               -Monoclonius/juvenile Centrosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Nasutoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2015 Safari Ltd 1/30 scale, 2015 CollectA)
               -Pachyrhinosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2014 Safari Ltd 1/40 scale, 2014 Battat Terra, 2018 PNSO mini, 2012 Vivid Toy Group WWD)
               -Pentaceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2016 Favorite, 2019 Papo, 2014 Schleich)
               -Protoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2020 CollectA Deluxe 1/6 scale, Wild Past 1/35 scale, Kaiyodo Dinotales)
               -Psittacosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2017 Safari Ltd, 2018 Schleich)
               -Regaliceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2018 Safari Ltd, 2017 CollectA)
               -Sinoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2018 Vitae, Favorite 2016)
               -Spiclypeus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Spinops (2019 PNSO, 2018 PNSO mini)
               -Styracosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2019 Safari Ltd, 2017 CollectA Deluxe, 2013 Favorite Soft Model, 1994 Battat)
               -Torosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2011 CollectA)
               -Triceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale adult and subadult, 2018 Safari Ltd, 2019 PNSO, could be more options)
               -Utahceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2012 CollectA which has issues with the digits)
               -Vagaceratops (2012 Safari Ltd)
               -Wendiceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
               -Xenoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2014 CollectA, 2018 PNSO mini)
               -Yinlong (2016 Favorite)
               -Zuniceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)

            {(Ornithopoda)}
            -Atlascopcosaurus (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)

               {[Iguanodontia]}:
               -Callovosaurus (2020 Mattel Jurassic World; fragmentary genus)
               -Fukuisaurus (2020 CollectA, 2020 Takara Tomy, 2018 Favorite mini, 2015 Favorite, 2006 Kaiyodo)
               -Iguanodon (2018 CollectA Deluxe, 2016 Safari Ltd, 2020 Favorite Soft Model)
               -Koshisaurus (2018 Favorite mini; fragmentary genus)
               -Mantellisaurus (2018 CollectA)
               -Muttaburrasaurus (1989 Invicta, 2009 CollectA, Yowie)
               -Ouranosaurus (1994 Battat, 2018 PNSO mini)
               -Tenontosaurus (2016 REBOR corpse, 2009 CollectA)

                  {{Hadrosauridae}}:
                  -Corythosaurus (1996 Safari Ltd, 2006 Toyway)
                  -Edmontosaurus (2020 Safari Ltd, missing the recently revealed "hooves")
                  -Gryposaurus (2013 Safari Ltd)
                  -Hypacrosaurus (2004 Safari Ltd)
                  -Lambeosaurus (2014 Bullyland, 1993 Invicta)
                  -Kamuysaurus/Mukawaryu (2019 Kaiyodo)
                  -Maiasaura (1994 Battat, Kaiyodo Dinoland, 2009 Colorata, 1996 Carnegie Collection)
                  -Mandschurosaurus (2016 PNSO, 2020 Mojo)
                  -Olorotitan (2018 PNSO mini, 2008 CollectA)
                  -Parasaurolophus (2017 Safari Ltd, 2013 CollectA Deluxe, 2015 Battat Terra)
                  -Saurolophus (2013 Favorite, Tyco)
                  -Shantungosaurus (2016 PNSO)
                  -Tsintaosaurus (PNSO 2019)
                 
         {Parksosauridae}:
         -Parksosaurus (2012 Vivid Toy Group WWD)


I'm sure if there's any missing figures, and issues folks can feel free to correct me. I'll be moving onto the theropods, sauropods, etc next.
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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #8 on: July 13, 2020, 09:58:35 PM »
Feathering aside, the 2017 T. rex’s anatomy is virtually flawless. The shape of the head, the dentition, the placement of the eyes, the thickness of the neck, body, and tail, the size of the arms, they’re all perfectly in keeping with what we presently know about the tyrant king. Even with its shagginess, it’s still more accurate than any previous Safari version.
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« Reply #9 on: July 13, 2020, 10:38:35 PM »
Wow @Faelrin, that's an impressive list. There are a couple I'd maybe demote to 'passable,' such as the CollectA Achelousaurus or the JW Callovosaurus, which is erroneously a quadruped. I'd say the Toyway Polacanthus and Safari Corythosaurus are so much better than their competition that they deserve to hold the 'most accurate' title to themselves. Any substitutions I'd make are from obscure enough companies that they might not be useful to a more casual collector.
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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #10 on: July 13, 2020, 11:05:49 PM »
@Faelrin well the reason i added Papo lim spinosaurus was because it was properly bulky and muscular. Many dont know this, but spino was not a skinny swimmer. It was a bulky beast think more hippo/whale than alligator garfish.

Btw thanks for the detailed list but can you just put the species, genus only, or atleast modify my list to your standard
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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #11 on: July 14, 2020, 12:09:37 AM »
Wow @Faelrin, that's an impressive list. There are a couple I'd maybe demote to 'passable,' such as the CollectA Achelousaurus or the JW Callovosaurus, which is erroneously a quadruped. I'd say the Toyway Polacanthus and Safari Corythosaurus are so much better than their competition that they deserve to hold the 'most accurate' title to themselves. Any substitutions I'd make are from obscure enough companies that they might not be useful to a more casual collector.

@Halichoeres Thanks. I have way too much time on my hands, lol, but at least I try to spend some of it learning about things I guess. I also enjoy making lists I guess because I do this fairly often around these parts, and for myself. The classification stuff I also copied and pasted from another list I've been working on regarding Ornithischians (and eventually expanding it to include dinosauromorphs, theropods, sauropodomorphs, etc) mainly just using the category pages on Wikipedia as a resource, but I was also using the A-Z list of genera as well. Once that's done I'll probably start a new thread for that, as there's quite a lot of potential genera that have good remains, but yet still have little (and possibly poorly) to no figure representation.

Good points about those figures though. I should also mention I added the Papo Polacanthus and Toyway Corythosaurus as those may be more readily available then the others, at least I think they still are. Come to think of it I also forgot to rearrange the Miragaia figures and a few others as well. When I was writing up the list it was originally in year created, but then I decided to make the arrangement based on which is much more in line with the available fossil evidence.


Edit: @Stegotyranno Sure. Here's a simplified A-Z list (feel free to modify it to your liking)

-Achelousaurus (2009 CollectA)
-Albertoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
-Anchiceratops (Kaiyodo Dinotales)
-Animantarx (2019 Schleich)
-Ankylosaurus (2019 PNSO Sede, 2018 Safari Ltd)
-Atlascopcosaurus (Yowie Lost Kingdoms)
-Avaceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
-Boraelopelta (2019 CollectA, 2018 Kaiyodo)
-Callovosaurus (2020 Mattel Jurassic World)
-Centrosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
-Chasmosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Chungkingosaurus (2019 and 2016 PNSO)
-Corythosaurus (1996 Safari Ltd, 2006 Toyway)
-Dacentrurus (2014 Battat Terra, 2011 CollectA Deluxe)
-Diabloceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2013 Safari Ltd 1/35 scale, 2013 Kaiyodo, 2013 CollectA)
-Dracorex (2012 Safari Ltd, 2019 Schleich; likely synonymous with Pachycephalosaurus)
-Edmontonia (1996 Battat, Yowie Lost Kingdoms, Tyco)
-Edmontosaurus (2020 Safari Ltd)
-Einiosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2017 Safari Ltd 1/22 scale, 2017 CollectA, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Euoplocephalus (2015 Battat Terra, 1989 Safari Ltd)
-Fukuisaurus (2020 CollectA, 2020 Takara Tomy, 2018 Favorite mini, 2015 Favorite, 2006 Kaiyodo)
-Fulgurotherium (Yowie Lost Kingdoms)
-Gastonia (2014 CollectA)
-Gigantospinosaurus (2017 CollectA)
-Gryposaurus (2013 Safari Ltd)
-Huayangosaurus (2019 PNSO)
-Hylaeosaurus (2009 CollectA)
-Hypacrosaurus (2004 Safari Ltd)
-Hypsilophodon (2012 CollectA)
-Iguanodon (2018 CollectA Deluxe, 2016 Safari Ltd, 2020 Favorite Soft Model)
-Kamuysaurus/Mukawaryu (2019 Kaiyodo)
-Kentrosaurus (2018 PNSO mini, 2017 and 2015 Schleich, 2010 Safari Ltd)
-Koraeceratops (2012 CollectA)
-Koshisaurus (2018 Favorite mini)
-Kosmoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2013 Kaiyodo, 2018 PNSO, 2012 CollectA)
-Lambeosaurus (2014 Bullyland, 1993 Invicta)
-Leaellynasaura (2014 Science and Nature, 1998 Toyway WWD)
-Leptoceratops (2004 Safari Ltd)
-Lexovisaurus (The 2008 CollectA)
-Liaoceratops (2018 PNSO mini)
-Mandschurosaurus (2016 PNSO, 2020 Mojo)
-Maiasaura (1994 Battat, Kaiyodo Dinoland, 2009 Colorata, 1996 Carnegie Collection)
-Mantellisaurus (2018 CollectA)
-Medusaceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2015 CollectA)
-Mercuriceratops (2016 CollectA)
-Muttaburrasaurus (1989 Invicta, 2009 CollectA, Yowie Lost Kingdoms)
-Minmi (CollectA 2010; Yowie Lost Kingdoms)
-Miragaia (2011 Carnegie Collection, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Monoclonius/juvenile Centrosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
-Nasutoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2015 Safari Ltd 1/30 scale, 2015 CollectA)
-Olorotitan (2018 PNSO mini, 2008 CollectA)
-Ouranosaurus (1994 Battat, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Pachycepahlosaurus (2020 Safari Ltd)
-Pachyrhinosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2014 Safari Ltd 1/40 scale, 2014 Battat Terra, 2018 PNSO mini, 2012 Vivid Toy Group WWD)
-Parasaurolophus (2017 Safari Ltd, 2013 CollectA Deluxe, 2015 Battat Terra)
-Parksosaurus (2012 Vivid Toy Group WWD)
-Pentaceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2016 Favorite, 2019 Papo, 2014 Schleich)
-Polacanthus (1998 Toyway WWD; 2017 Papo)
-Prenocephale (Yowie Lost Kingdoms)
-Protoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2020 CollectA Deluxe 1/6 scale, Wild Past 1/35 scale, Kaiyodo Dinotales)
-Psittacosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2017 Safari Ltd, 2018 Schleich)
-Regaliceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2018 Safari Ltd, 2017 CollectA)
-Saichania (2016 Schleich)
-Saurolophus (2013 Favorite, Tyco)
-Sauropelta (2015 Safari Ltd)
-Scelidosaurus (2009 CollectA)
-Serendipaceratops (Science and Nature, Yowie Lost Kingdoms)
-Shantungosaurus (2016 PNSO)
-Sinoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2018 Vitae, Favorite 2016)
-Spiclypeus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
-Spinops (2019 PNSO, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Stegosaurus (2019 Safari Ltd, 2019 PNSO)
-Styracosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2019 Safari Ltd, 2017 CollectA Deluxe, 2013 Favorite Soft Model, 1994 Battat)
-Stygimoloch (2020 Papo; likely synonymous with Pachycephalosaurus)
-Tenontosaurus (2016 REBOR corpse, 2009 CollectA)
-Tianyulong (2018 PNSO)
-Torosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2011 CollectA)
-Triceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale adult and subadult, 2018 Safari Ltd, 2019 PNSO, could be more options)
-Tsintaosaurus (PNSO 2019)
-Tuojiangosaurus (2018 PNSO mini, Colorata)
-Utahceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2012 CollectA)
-Vagaceratops (2012 Safari Ltd)
-Wendiceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
-Wuerhosaurus (2018 Vitae, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Xenoceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale, 2014 CollectA, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Yinlong (2016 Favorite)
-Zheijangosaurus (2018 Vitae)
-Zuniceratops (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/18 scale)
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Re: Most accurate figure of every species/genus (to date)
« Reply #12 on: July 15, 2020, 08:45:14 PM »
Well here is the list of Theropods, Sauropods, etc. Again I could be missing some figures and genera from this, but hopefully this is the bulk of them:

Herrerasauridae:
-Herrerasaurus (2016 Schleich, 2010 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
   
Theropoda:
-Abelisaurus (2018 PNSO mini; fragmentary genus known only from skull)
-Acheroraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; fragmentary genus know only from skull material)
-Acrocanthosaurus (2015 REBOR, 2015 Battat Terra, 2018 Papo)
-Adasaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; partially known genus)
-Afrovenator (2010 CollectA; passable but not ideal; partially known genus)
-Albertosaurus (2004 Carnegie Collection; passable but not ideal)
-Alexornis (2012 Vivid Toy Group; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Alioramus (2018 PNSO mini, 2020 Mattel Jurassic World, 2009 CollectA; passable but not ideal; material for A. remotus is fragmentary, A. altai is much more complete)
-Allosaurus (2019 Safari Ltd, 2020 CollectA)
-Anchiornis (2018 PNSO mini, 2012 Takara Expo)
-Anzu (2018 Safari Ltd)
-Archaeopteryx (2017 Favorite Soft Model, 2018 PNSO mini, 2015 Safari Ltd, Kaiyodo Dinotales)
-Atrociraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; fragmentary genus known only from skull material)
-Australovenator (2016 Australian Age of Dinosaurs)
-Balaur (Beasts of the Mesozoic; restored more as a dromaeosaurid; fragmentary genus)
-Baryonyx (2018 Favorite, 2020 CollectA, 2019 CollectA Deluxe, 2018 PNSO mini, 2020 Schleich)
-Beipiaosaurus (2006 Carnegie Collection)
-Beishanlong (2016 CollectA Deluxe; partially known genus)
-Bistahieversor (Favorite 2016, CollectA 2014)
-Buitreraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale)
-Carcharodontosaurus (2016 Safari Ltd)
-Carnotaurus (2019 Safari Ltd, 2019 CollectA Deluxe, 2011 Carnegie Collection, 2020 Favorite Soft Model, 2015 Battat Terra, 2018 Kaiyodo)
-Caudipteryx (2006 Carnegie Collection)
-Ceratosaurus (2018 PNSO [not really a toy per se], 2018 CollectA Deluxe, 2017 Papo, 2015 Battat Terra, 2015 REBOR)
-Chilantaisaurus (2018 Vitae; fragmentary genus)
-Citpati (2019 Safari Ltd)
-Ceolophysis (2017 Safari Ltd, Kaiyodo Dinotales, 2016 Favorite)
-Coelurus (2019 Mattel Jurassic World, passable but not ideal; partially known genus)
-Compsognathus (2018 Papo, 2016 REBOR, Kaiyodo JPIII; passable but not ideal, all based on TLW:JP design)
-Concavenator (2013 Carnegie Collection, 2020 Safari Ltd, 2015 Favorite, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Confuciusornis (2018 PNSO mini)
-Cryolophosaurus (2014 Battat Terra, 2010 Carnegie Collection, 2018 Papo, 2018 PNSO mini; passable but not ideal based on latest reconstruction; fragmentary genus)
-Dakotaraptor (2018 Dinosaurs in the Wild; fragmentary genus)
-Daspletosaurus (2013 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Deinocheirus (2017 Safari Ltd, 2016 CollectA, 2017 CollectA Deluxe, 2019 Kaiyodo)
-Deinonychus (2020 Safari Ltd; the 2019 Kaiyodo, 2016 REBOR, 2018 Mojo, and 2016 Colorata are passable but not ideal)
-Deltadromeus (1998 Carnegie Collection; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Dilong (2006 Carnegie Collection; 2016 Colorata is passable but not ideal)
-Dilophosaurus (2020 Safari Ltd, Kaiyodo Dinoland; both the 2014 Papo and 2011 Bullyland are passable but not ideal)
-Dromaeosaurus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; fragmentary genus)
-Ekrixinatosaurus (2020 REBOR; passable but not ideal)
-Eotyrannus (2010 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Eustreptospondylus (2006 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Fukuiraptor (2019 CollectA, 2018 Favorite mini, 2020 Takara Tomy, 2016 Kaiyodo, 2015 Favorite, fragmentary genus)
-Fukuivenator (2019 Favorite mini; passable but not ideal)
-Gallimimus (1994 Battat; Colorata, Kaiyodo, passable but not ideal)
-Gasosaurus (2020 Mattel Jurassic World; passable but not ideal; partially known genus)
-Giganotosaurus (2017 Vitae, 2019 Eofauna, 2019 PNSO, 2020 Mojo, 2017 Safari Ltd; 2019 Schleich Juvenile, 2018 Mojo, 2008 Carnegie Collection; only the Vitae, Mojo, and Schleich Juvenile seem to incorporate the latest reconstruction of the shorter skull length, although the 2020 Papo seems to as well, but has too many issues otherwise; partially known genus)
-Gigantoraptor (2019 PNSO small, 2009 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Gorgosaurus (2019 Papo, 2012 Vivid Toy Group WWD)
-Guanlong (2016 Favorite)
-Hesperonychus (2012 Vivid Toy Group WWD; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Hesperornis (2007 Character Options Primeval)
-Icthyovenator (2014 CollectA; fragmentary genus)
-Indosuchus (2018 PNSO mini; fragmentary genus known from skull material only)
-Irritator (2020 Mattel Jurassic World, 2011 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus known only from skull material, and potential postcranial remains)
-Liliensternus (2011 CollectA, 2006 Bullyland; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Linheraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale)
-Lourinhanosaurus (2011 CollectA; passable but not ideal, partially known genus)
-Lythronax (2016 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Majungasaurus (2017 Vitae, 2020 Mattel Jurassic World, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Mapusaurus (2020 CollectA, 2018 CollectA Deluxe)
-Masiakaasurus (2016 Safari Ltd; partially known genus)
-Megalosaurus (1974 Invicta; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Mei (2018 PNSO mini)
-Metriacanthosaurus (2016 CollectA; fragmentary genus)
-Microraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2017 Safari Ltd, 2019 PNSO small, 2020 CollectA Deluxe)
-Monolophosaurus (2014 Safari Ltd)
-Mononykus (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; partially known genus)
-Nanshiungosaurus (2014 Battat Terra; fragmentary genus)
-Nanantius (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; fragmentary genus)
-Neovenator (2018 Favorite, 2012 CollectA Deluxe; passable but not ideal)
-Nothronychus (2008 CollectA, passable but not ideal)
-Ornithomimus (2012 Geoworld; passable but not ideal)
-Oviraptor (2018 Schleich, 2007 Carnegie Collection, Kaiyodo Dinotales, 2008 Safari Ltd [based off of Luis Rey's artwork], 2016 Colorata; passable but not ideal; partially known genus)
-Pelecanimimus (2015 Favorite)
-Proceratosaurus (2011 CollectA, 2018 PNSO mini; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus known only from skull material)
-Pyroraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; fragmentary genus)
-Qianzhousaurus (2020 Safari Ltd, 2018 PNSO mini; partially known genus)
-Rajasaurus (2012 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Rugops (2010 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus known only from skull material)
-Saltriovenator (2020 CollectA Deluxe, fragmentary genus)
-Saurophaganax (2014 CollectA, passable but not ideal, fragmentary genus)
-Saurornitholestes (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale)
-Sciurumimus (2018 CollectA)
-Siamotyrannus (Kaiyodo Dinotales; based on an older classification as a tyrannosaurid; fragmentary genus)
-Siats (2020 Mattel Jurassic World; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Sinornithosaurus (2009 Safari Ltd TOOB; passable but not ideal)
-Sinosauropteryx (2018 PNSO mini)
-Sinraptor (2018 Vitae, 2004 Carnegie Collection)
-Spinosaurus (2019 Safari Ltd, 2015 CollectA [Deluxe, swimming, and standing], 2019 Papo, 2020 REBOR, Favorite Soft Model, 2019 Schleich, 2019 PNSO, 2017 Takara Tomy, 2016 Kaiyodo; all figures are now out of date with 2020's publications on the tail, posture, etc; partially known genus)
-Stenonychosaurus/Troodon (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2020 Mojo, 2012 Vivid Toy Group)
-Struthiomimus (2016 CollectA, passable but not ideal)
-Suchomimus (2014 Safari Ltd)
-Szechuanosaurus (Kaiyodo, fragmentary genus)
-Tarbosaurus (2020 Favorite Soft Model, 2013 Favorite, 2018 Kaiyodo)
-Tawa (2018 Shleich, passable but not ideal)
-Teratophoneus (2019 Vitae)
-Therizinosaurus (2019 Kaiyodo, 2016 Kaiyodo, 2018 Papo, Safari Ltd Great Dinos, 2012 Bullyland, 1995 Safari Ltd, 2014 CollectA Deluxe, 2012 CollectA, Kaiyodo Dinotales; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Timimus (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Torvosaurus (2016 CollectA Deluxe; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Tsaagan (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale; fragmentary genus known only from skull and neck material)
-Tyrannosaurus (2017 Safari Ltd [outdated integument], 2018 Kaiyodo Sofubi, 2015 Battat Terra, 2020 PNSO, 2019 Kaiyodo, 2020 REBOR, 2018 CollectA Deluxe, 2015 CollectA Deluxe and 2016 CollectA [outdated integument],
-Utahraptor (2017 Schleich; 2015 REBOR, passable but not ideal)
-Velociraptor (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale, 2017 Safari Ltd, 2016 Papo, 2015 Carnegie Collection, 2012 Favorite Soft Model)
-Xiongguanlong (2015 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Yangchuanosaurus (2019 PNSO small, 2019 PNSO with Chungkingosaurus)
-Yi (2016 Kaiyodo, 2018 PNSO mini)
-Yutyrannus (2015 Safari Ltd, 2016 Favorite, 2013 Kaiyodo)
-Zhenyuanlong (Beasts of the Mesozoic 1/6 scale)
-Zhuchengtyrannus (2016 Favorite; fragmentary genus known from skull material only)

Sauropodomorpha:
-Lufengosaurus (2019 Vitae, 2016 PNSO)
-Plateosaurus (2011 CollectA, 1995 Carnegie Collection, Kaiyodo Dinotales; passable but not ideal)

-Sauropoda:
-Alamosaurus (2011 CollectA, passable but not ideal)
-Amargasaurus (2019 PNSO 1/35 scale, 2018 Safari Ltd, 2007 Carnegie Collection)
-Ampelosaurus (2018 PNSO mini, 2011 CollectA; both are passable but not ideal)
-Apatosaurus (2010 Safari Ltd, 2015 Papo)
-Argentinosaurus (2012 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Atlasaurus (2019 Eofauna)
-Agustinia (2008 CollectA Deluxe, 2006 CollectA, 2020 Schleich, 2012 Geoworld; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Austrosaurus (Yowie Lost Kingdoms; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Bajadasaurus (2020 CollectA; fragmentary genus)
-Barapasaurus (2016 Schleich; passable but not ideal)
-Brachiosaurus (2012 Carnegie Collection, 2010 Safari Ltd; may or may not be based off Giraffatitan, as Brachiosaurus itself is fragmentary)
-Brontosaurus (2018 CollectA)
-Camarasaurus (2019 Safari Ltd)
-Cetiosaurus (1985 Invicta, 2009 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Daxiatitan (2015 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Diplodocus (2017 Safari Ltd, 2020 Favorite Soft Model, 2020/2013 CollectA, 2008 Carnegie Collection)
-Euhelopus (2016 PNSO)
-Europasaurus (2014 Bullyland; passable but not ideal)
-Fukuititan (2018 Favorite mini; fragmentary genus)
-Huanghetitan (2016 PNSO; fragmentary genus)
-Jobaria (2010 CollectA Deluxe; passable but not ideal)
-Malawisaurus (2018 Safari Ltd)
-Mamenchisaurus (2019 PNSO 1/35 scale, 2019 PNSO small, 2018 PNSO mini, plenty of other PNSO versions as well)
-Mussaurus (2020 and 2019 Mattel Jurassic World; passable but not ideal as a juvenile)
-Nigersaurus (2009 Safari Ltd; passable but not ideal)
-Opisthocoelicaudia (Kaiyodo; passable but not ideal)
-Paralititan (2009 CollectA Deluxe; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Rebbachisaurus (2008 CollectA; passable but not ideal; fragmentary genus)
-Rhoetosaurus (2009 CollectA; passable but not ideal)
-Saltasaurus (1997 Carnegie Collection, Kaiyodo Dinoland, 2006 Schleich; passable but not ideal)
-Shunosaurus (2016 Safari Ltd)
-Spinophorosaurus (Bullyland; passable but not ideal)
-Tambatitanis (2014 Favorite, Kaiyodo; fragmentary genus)
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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