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Plateosaurus and Liliensternus

Plateosaurus engelhardti and Liliensternus liliensterni.

Plateosaur's integument is purely speculative.

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I love feathered Sauropodomorphs.
All-Things-Dinosaurs's avatar
Your artwork is always so colourful and beautiful. :)
Kagansaurus's avatar
The Triassic is such an interesting period in Earth's history.
Beastking04's avatar
This is awesome!
Louisetheanimator's avatar
Good work on this! I love you style on the Plateosaurus with the striped head. ^^
HUBLERDON's avatar

Man, why didn't I watch you earlier?
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ZoPteryx's avatar
Stunning work!
S7alker117's avatar
You don't see Plateosaurs everyday. :)
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Dinoal188's avatar
such detail! incredible!
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pilsator's avatar
Yay, Apsaravis is back! Great work as always.
TheScipio's avatar
A Sauropodomorph with feathers!? A basal Theropod with feathers!? This is a great time to be alive.
I was just about to draw a plateosaur with this kind of integument.
ghostgirlbon's avatar
Dinosaur!!!!!!Raptor La Icon 
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JokerCarnage5's avatar
Shouldn't Lilensternus be bigger? I heard they could be around 7 meters.

Anyway, I love this. Its positively beautiful. Clap 
Gojira5000's avatar
Liliensternus is only about 5.15m long, so no. Those estimates may have been either outdated or in reference to Dracovenator, which is a dilophosaurid and not closely related to any coelophysoids.
JokerCarnage5's avatar
Probably outdated. Lilensterinus was still called Halticosaurus back then.
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From what I know, Liliensternus was around 5 meters long :)
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