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Torvosaurus vs 'Edmarka' by EoFauna Torvosaurus vs 'Edmarka' by EoFauna
Author: Rubén Molina

Silhouettes: Andrey Atuchin unpublished illustrations (EoFauna's dinosaur book project)


Torvosaurus tanneri (BYUVP 4882)
premaxilla 26 cm
127 cm cráneo - skull
11 metros - meters

Torvosaurus gurneyi (ML 1100)
maxilla 63 cm
127 cm cráneo - skull
11 metros - meters

Edmarka rex (CPS 1010)
Pubis 86.6 cm
12 metros - meters

References:

Britt, B., 1991, "Theropods of Dry Mesa Quarry (Morrison Formation, Late Jurassic), Colorado, with emphasis on the osteology ofTorvosaurus tanneri", Brigham Young University Geology Studies 37: 1-72

Bakker, R.T., Siegwarth, J., Kralis, D. & Filla, J., 1992, "Edmarka rex, a new, gigantic theropod dinosaur from the middle Morrison Formation, Late Jurassic of the Como Bluff outcrop region", Hunteria2(9): 1–24

Hendrickx, C.; Mateus, O. V. (2014). «Torvosaurus gurneyi n. sp., the Largest Terrestrial Predator from Europe, and a Proposed Terminology of the Maxilla Anatomy in Nonavian Theropods». PLoS ONE 9 (3):  pp. e88905.







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:iconcsaharicus:
Csaharicus Featured By Owner May 19, 2017
so Edmarka grew up to 12 meters long?
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EoFauna Featured By Owner May 20, 2017  Professional General Artist
Yes, and probably over 4 tonnes in body mass.
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SRleotrex444 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2017
vuestro libro es magnifico
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:iconeofauna:
EoFauna Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2017  Professional General Artist
Muchas gracias!!
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darklord86 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014
Nice job!
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bLAZZE92 Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014
Why CPS 1010? that specimen doesn't appear in the hypodigm of Torvosaurus in Carrano et al. (2012) nor in that of Hendrickx and Mateus (2014).
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EoFauna Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Professional General Artist
El CPS 1010 es Edmarka rex, ese aparece en el trabajo de Bakker, 1992 en Hunteria. Además para más infomación se puede consultar 

Aún no se sabe si Edmarka rex es válido o sinónimo de Torvosaurus tanneri como lo sugiere Holtz, Molnar and Currie, 2004 y Carrano, Benson and Sampson, 2012 porque no hay un análisis detallado al respecto según cita Mickey Mortimer en su sitio Theropod Database aquí: archosaur.us/theropoddatabase/…

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bLAZZE92 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
Estaba conciente que aparece en el trabajo de Bakker, es solo que parece haber sido removido del hypodigma en practicamente todos los trabajos recientes que pense que ya no se creia parte de Edmarka rex, pero tienes razón respecto a la falta de un análisis detallado.
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DinoBirdMan Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014  Student Artist
That name of Edmarka rex has swallowed into the "Torvosaurus rex."
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bricksmashtv Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
ay, another T. rex confirmed! XD
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:icondinobirdman:
DinoBirdMan Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2016  Student Artist
Yeah, but apparently, T. rex is now a same specie of T. tanneri.
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:iconbricksmashtv:
bricksmashtv Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Aw but a second T. rex sounds cooler XD
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SpinoInWonderland Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014
If Edmarka rex really does turn out to be a Torvosaurus species, then there may actually be a ~12-meter Torvosaurus after all!
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TheArchosaurQueen Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
When I first read about Edmarka rex I thought it could had bee a close relative or maybe a subspecies. But shortly after Torvosaurus gurneyi was announced, I questioned the idea of it being a Torvosaurus species myself. So I'm glad I'm not alone in thinking so.
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