The first poster of 2017 is finally here! This one too a LOT of work! Dinosaurs of the Ceratopsid subfamily Chasmosaurinae. This is the first of two versions of this poster (and my favorite). It includes the famous Triceratops (2 species), among 23 other taxa! Like my other dinosaur posters, this one includes species with enough fossil remains to be more or less confidently reconstructed. Here you can see Chasmosaurine from the bizarre frill and horns of Chasmosaurus, Mercuriceratops and Medusaceratops to the huge, more familiar, Triceratops and Torosaurus. The clade is arranged in an artistic cladogram based on recent research. I am really pleased with how this poster came out! and i hope you all enjoy it! A digital version is available for purchase here for purchase! You can also get a printed version at my RedBubble page: www.redbubble.com/people/serpe…
hope to see species comparision like you did with lambeosaurini
And what's with the quills? Because Psittacosaurus had them that means every ceratopsian ever had them?
So I've got 1.5 rigth?