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These dinosaurs are not that famous, and/or don't have a lot of accurate paleoart. Help the paleontological community today by supplying accurate paleoart today!
- Abrosaurus
- Abydosaurus
- Acanthopholis
- Acheroraptor (needs to be thicker)
- Achillesaurus
- Acristavus
- Acrotholus
- Adamantisaurus
- Adelolophus
- Aeolosaurus
- Aepisaurus
- Aerosteon
- Agnosphitys
- Agustinia (needs to be spine-less)
- Ahshislepelta
- Ajancingenia
- Ajkaceratops
- Alaskacephale
- Albalophosaurus
- Albertadromeus
- Albertonykus
- Albinykus
- Alcovasaurus
- Aletopelta
- Algoasaurus
- Alnashetri
- Alocodon (lack of feathers)
- Altispinax
- Alwalkeria
- Amargastegos
- Amargatitanis
- Amazonsaurus
- Amphicoelias (needs life restoration with neck spines, not just size charts)
- Amtocephale
- Amurosaurus
- Amygdalodon
- Anasazisaurus
- Andhrasaurus
- Angolatitan
- Angulomastacator
- Aniksosaurus
- Animantarx
- Anodontosaurus
- Antarctopelta (lacking feathers)
- Antetonitrus
- Anzu
- Aorun
- Apatoraptor
- Apa
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Dino Master - source of all coloration
Tyrannosaurus - original, possibly influenced by the Level 20 Alangasaurus in Jurassic World (http://jurassicpark.wikia.com/wiki/Alangasaurus)
Spinosaurus - original
Carnotaurus - original
Baryonyx - original
Giganotosaurus - original
Therizinosaurus - Cool Dino Facts Wiki (http://cooldinofacts.wikia.com/wiki/Therizinosaurus)
Pachycephalosaurus - original
Iguanodon - original
Lambeosaurus - http://cawbox.blogspot.com/2012/01/lambeosaurus-lambei-speed-painting.html
Parasaurolophus - original
Deinonychus - original
Bambiraptor - http://news.softpedia.com/news/Shocking-A-Dinosaur-With-Hands-46002.shtml
Utahraptor - Walking With Dinosaurs (http://walkingwith.wikia.com/wiki/Utahraptor)
Dilophosaurus - original
Compsognathus - original
Eoraptor - original
Oviraptor - original
Troodon - original
Velociraptor - original
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This is how a percieve the different distribution of integument across the clade "Ornithodira" (Dinosauromorpha+Pterosauria)


Order Pterosauria (example: Pteranodon longiceps): Pycnofibers (evidence found in Scaphognathus crassirostris, Sordes pilosus, and Jeholopterus ninchengensis)

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Basal dinosauromorphs (clade Dinosauromorpha; example: Marasuchus lilloensis): Scales, quills or protofeathers*

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Order Saurischia

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Suborder Sauropodomorpha

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Family "Prosauropoda" (example: Plateosaurus engelhardti): Scales or quilled feathers*

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Superfamily Diplodocoidea (examples: Diplodocus carnegii, Rebbachisaurus garasbae and Amargasaurus cazaui): Small, triangular-shaped quills (evidence found in Barosaurus lentus)

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Clade Macronaria (example: Brachiosaurus altithorax): Scales (evidence found in brachiosaurid prints from Portugal)

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Clade Titanosauria (example: Argentinosaurus huinculensis): Scales and armor (evidence found in Saltasaurus loricatus, Ampelosaurus atacis, and Rapetosaurus krausei)

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Suborder Theropoda

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Basal theropods (example: Herrerasaurus ischigualastensis): Scales or feathers*

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Family Dilophosauridae (example: Dilophosaurus wetherilli): Scales or feathers (evidence found in Dilophosaurus wetherilli**: may exist some way in Cryolophosaurus ellioti*)

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Superfamily Coelophysoidea (example: Coelophysis bauri): Scales or feathers*

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Clade Ceratosauria (example: Ceratosaurus nasicornis): Scales and armor (evidence found in Ceratosaurus nasicornis)

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Family Abelisauridae (example: Carnotaurus sastrei): Scales and armor (evidence found in Carnotaurus sastrei and "Lametasaurus indicus")

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Subfamily Elaphrosaurinae (example: Elaphrosaurus bambergi): Scales or feathers*

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Subfamily Noasaurinae (example: Masiakasaurus knopfleri): Scales or feathers* (the former is more likely)

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Superfamily Megalosauroidea (examples: Spinosaurus aegyptiacus and Torvosaurus tanneri): Scales or quilled feathers (evidence found in Sciurumimus albersdoerferi)**

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Clade "Carnosauria" (example: Allosaurus fragilis): Scales (evidence found in Allosaurus fragilis)

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Clade Carcharodontosauria (example: Carcharodontosaurus saharicus): Scales and feathers (evidence found in Concavenator corcovatus)**

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Genus Acrocanthosaurus: Scales (already has thermoregulation device)

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Family Neovenatoridae (example: Neovenator salerii): Scales or feathers*

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Clade Megaraptora (example: Australovenator wintonensis): Scales or feathers* (the former is more likely)

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Family Metriacanthosauridae (example: Yangchuanosaurus shangyouensis): Scales or quilled feathers*

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Basal coelurosaurs (clade Coelurosauria: example Compsognathus longipes): Feathers (evidence comes from more derived coelurosaurs)

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Genus Juravenator: Scales and feathers

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Superfamily Tyrannosauroidea (example: Tyrannosaurus rex): Feathers and scales (evidence for scales found in Tyrannosaurus rex, Gorgosaurus libratus and Tarbosaurus bataar; feathers found in Yutyrannus huali and Dilong paradoxus)

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Superfamily Ornithomimosauria (example: Gallimimus bullatus): Feathers (evidence found in "Dromiceiomimus" brevitertius, Deinocheirus mirificus, and Pelecanimimus polydon)

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Clade Alvarezsauria (example: Mononykus olecranus): Feathers (evidence found in Shuvuuia deserti)

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Clade Therizinosauria (example: Therizinosaurus cheloniformis): Feathers (evidence found in Beipiaosaurus inexpectatus)

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Clade Oviraptorosauria (example: Oviraptor philoceratops): Feathers (evidence found in Caudipteryx, Protarchaeopteryx robusta, Citipati osmolskae and Avimimus portentosus to name a few)

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Family Scansoriopterygidae (example: Epidexipteryx hui): Feathers and scales (evidence is found in all three genera: Scansoriopteryx, Epidexipteryx, and Yi)

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Family Dromaeosauridae (example: Velociraptor mongoliensis): Feathers (evidence is found in Microraptor, Dakotaraptor steini and Zhenyuanlong suni to name a few)

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Family Troodontidae (example: Troodon formosus): Feathers (evidence is found in Jinfengopteryx elegans, Anchiornis huxleyi and several recently-described taxa)

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Birds (class Aves; example Struthio camelus, the ostrich): Feathers

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Order Ornithischia

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Basal ornithischians (example: Pisanosaurus mertii): Scales or quills* (possible, based on Pegomastax)

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Family Heterodontosauridae (example: Heterodontosaurus tucki): Scales, and quills/quill-like feathers (evidence found in Pegomastax africanus and Tianyulong confuciusi)

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Clade Thyreophora (example: Stegosaurus stenops): Scales, osteoderms, possibly feathers (evidence found in Scutellosaurus lawleri)**

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Genera Antarctopelta and Minmi: Scales, osteoderms and feathers* (based on their southerly environment)

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Genus Kulindadromeus: Scales and feathers

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Suborder Ceratopsia (example: Triceratops horridus): Scales, skin and quills (evidence of scales found in Triceratops; evidence for quills comes from Psittacosaurus sp.)

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Species Pachyrhinosaurus perotorum: Possibly a thick coat of feathers* (based on its northerly location)

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Suborder Pachycephalosauria (example: Pachycephalosaurus wyomingensis): Scales and quills* (based on phylogenetic bracketing with Ceratopsia)

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Basal ornithopods (suborder Ornithopoda; example Dryosaurus altus): Scales and feathers* (based on Kulindadromeus)

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Clade "Iguanodontia" (example: Iguanodon bernissartensis): Scales, possibly quill-like feathers*

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Genus Muttaburrasaurus: Scales, possibly feathers (based on its southerly location)

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Superfamily Hadrosauroidea (example: Parasaurolophus walkeri): Scales (evidence found in mummies of various taxa: Edmontosaurus, Brachylophosaurus, and Corythosaurus to name a few)

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Genus Ugrunaaluk: Scales, possibly feathers* (based on its northerly location)</i>
My perception of integument in Ornithodira
All my hypotheses about body integument in various clades within Ornithodira.


NOTES:
* - Speculative
** - Possibly misinterpreted
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Hello guys!

You deserved all the faves I gave you. You all helped to build my project to compile accurate paleoart for every dinosaur. Together, we will build the future of paleoart!

Thanks for all your support!
After more than 10 years of watching shitty dinosaur cartoons and reading very old books, I finally came up with my own version of the family tree.

                                                           Carnosauria
                                                         /
                                      Theropoda -
                                    /                   \
                                  /                       Coelurosauria (incl. scansoriopterygids)
                                 /
Dinosauria - Saurischia - Sauropodomorpha
                                    \
                                      Pterosauria -- Maniraptora (archaeopterygids) -- Aves (modern birds + Microraptoria)

                - Ornithischia - Ceratopsia
                                    \
                                      Ornithopoda (incl. Pachycephalosauria)

                - "Thalattoreptilia" - Plesiosauria (incl. Pistosauroidea)
                                    |       \
                                    |           Pliosauroidea (Pliosauridae+Mosasauridae)
                              Ichthyopterygia

Hope you like it. In response to PLASTOSPLEEN's evaluation of the new (and in my opinion shitty) dinosaur family tree.
After more than 10 years of watching shitty dinosaur cartoons and reading very old books, I finally came up with my own version of the family tree.

                                                           Carnosauria
                                                         /
                                      Theropoda -
                                    /                   \
                                  /                       Coelurosauria (incl. scansoriopterygids)
                                 /
Dinosauria - Saurischia - Sauropodomorpha
                                    \
                                      Pterosauria -- Maniraptora (archaeopterygids) -- Aves (modern birds + Microraptoria)

                - Ornithischia - Ceratopsia
                                    \
                                      Ornithopoda (incl. Pachycephalosauria)

                - "Thalattoreptilia" - Plesiosauria (incl. Pistosauroidea)
                                    |       \
                                    |           Pliosauroidea (Pliosauridae+Mosasauridae)
                              Ichthyopterygia

Hope you like it. In response to PLASTOSPLEEN's evaluation of the new (and in my opinion shitty) dinosaur family tree.

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tombola1993 Featured By Owner 1 day ago
Thanks for the fave.
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ViktorArnason Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Um I Don't think my Procerato and Quenzhosaurus (spelling errors) are entirely accurate, but Thanks for favoriting.
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Atlantis536 Featured By Owner Edited 2 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your Proceratosaurus* and Qianzhousaurus*, may not be nice for you, but they're still some of the most accurate on DA! Anyways, you're welcome!
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Durusoraptor Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Hello,
Thank you very much for all the favourites! :nod:
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HUBLERDON Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fave!

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tcr11050 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the favorite.
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MerkavaDragunov Featured By Owner 6 days ago
you're right
:iconasuma71: behave so much like :icontimetogohero:
and and some point the two have a fought
am i seeing a double
well i'm getting out of the funnel
because it's full trouble
and i'm not that gullible

 Behold!
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TimeToGoHero Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
Hey. Sorry I made you worry, my account was suspended by the same jerks whom accused me of art theft.

I noticed you were talking to the account Asuma71. So I am here to say don't talk to that dude, he is an imposter and is stealing a lot people's work and that I am the real Asuma17. If you don't believe me, my art will doing the speaking for me.
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Atlantis536 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I also noticed that Asuma71 has your artwork that involves an old lady, a Kryptodrakon, and a taxi driver. (I forgot the title). But his description of the artwork is the exact same as yours. So how could Asuma71 know it?
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TimeToGoHero Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
Because at least before my account was suspended he downloaded most of my work and copied the description. It's simple enough. Also when DeviantArt suspends your account, your artwork will still remain for a long period of time.
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