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Chialingosaurus kuani by EmperorDinobot Chialingosaurus kuani by EmperorDinobot
Chialingosaurus is a primitive stegosaur known from good remains. It hails from China.
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JurassicPark40 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2011
Is this a juvenile? It looks quite small and has long legs for a Stegosaur.
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2011
Who knows. It's known from very few skeletal remains. What you see here is mostly speculative, given how unique every stegosaur is...
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PsychoWillyX Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2008   Traditional Artist
<;place innapropriate asian joke here>
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2008
:spank:
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Paleo-King Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
What time period was this guy from? Middle Jurassic or Late? And do you know the epoch? Because I may put it in a later drawing...

And BTW, how long was it?

Thanx in advance.
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009
There isn't much info on this animal out there. Probably about 5 meters long and it's Middle. I dunno what epoch though. I'mma have to get the refs again.
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Paleo-King Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
5m.... makes sense for a small stegosaur. Middle Jurassic... that means it's porbably a contemporary of the better known Chinese dinosaurs of Dashanpu quarry...

I'm thinking of just doing a MASSIVE Chinese scene with Omeisaurus, Mamenchisaurus, Yangchuannosaurus, Tuojiangosaurus, Jeholopterus, and this guy all in one big sheet. Not that likely that they all showed up at the same spot at once, but that's the fun of these things sometimes.
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009
gives me an idea, too.

don't forget szechuanosaurus.
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Paleo-King Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
LOL well I can't make everybody happy! Szchuanosaurus ain't makin the cut yet, sorry dude 8-) And Monolophosaurus isn't either. I like to keep the big predators pretty much monospecific for most of my art, unless it's specifically a fight between rival predator species over a carcass. I have this idea that they avoided each other and marked their territory to make that easier. But I'll put in smaller predators for sure.

Plus I think Yang is more impressive anyway.... sort of like the Allosaurus fragilis of China.
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EmperorDinobot Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009
Yang is pretty cool. I have this habit of still calling it Metriacanthosaurus >.<
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