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PostSubject: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Sat 08 Sep 2018, 15:22

Arctic:

arctic fox
reindeer
arctic wolf
polar bear
walrus
arctic hare


North America:

white tailed deer
florida puma
american black bear
moose
gray wolf
coyote


South America:

caiman
Darwins rhea
Culpeo
Jaguar
black-headed spider monkey
giant anteater


Europe:

chick
billy
goat
chicken
rooster
brown bear
Holstein bull
Holstein cow
Holstein calf
ram
hog
sow
Red fox
horse
Appaloosa horse
fallow deer
roe deer
sheep Eu
gray wolf eu


Eurasia:

Ussurian moose
eurasian eagle owl
amur hedgehog
sibirian tiger
russian lynx
raccoon dog
eurasian beaver
brown hare


Asia:

panda
red panda
Yakutia moose
bactrian camel
asian tiger
asian elephant

Atlantic ocean:

Green sea turtle
Atlantic spotted dolphin
Atlantic blue crab
Johngarthia crab
Humpback whale
spotted eagle ray


Indian ocean:

hawksbill turtle
Arabia angelfish
copperband butterflyfish
pyramid butterflyfish
Mafia island whale shark
christmas island red crab
Mud crab
Loggerhead seaturtle



South Pole:

Weddell seal
Emperor penguin
Gentoo penguin
Orca
Levis octopus


Pacific ocean:

Harbor seal
green sea turtle
Bottlenose dolphin
stingray
Great white shark

Australasia:

Papua monitor lizard
Emu
Koala (2 figurines)
platypus
kiwi
sheep
kangaroo

Africa:

Zebra
Lion
Lioness
african elephant
african cheetah
Gorilla
Giraffe
Hippopotamus
Ostrich
african gazelle


Any sets have interesting figurines but it is sad the some figures are identical in different sets. So can be one figur stand for 2 or 3 species.

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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Mon 10 Sep 2018, 17:42

Do you plan to get Wenno's dinosaur sets? I'd be interested in what species are in those sets.
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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Mon 10 Sep 2018, 18:05

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Do you plan to get Wenno's dinosaur sets? I'd be interested in what species are in those sets.

No, i prefer only wildlife animals. And there is also no information on that poster :)

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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Mon 10 Sep 2018, 18:18

Ah, okay. Well thanks anyway :)
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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Mon 10 Sep 2018, 21:51

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Do you plan to get Wenno's dinosaur sets? I'd be interested in what species are in those sets.

Well, most of them are not that hard to identify, even for me Very Happy

I suppose you have already seen the link, Andreas sent a couple of years ago ? [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] study

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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Mon 10 Sep 2018, 22:18

Oh, I actually hadn't seen it, thank you. Oddly, the thumbnails do not match the detail photos! It seems they have changed the sets over time.
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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Sun 16 Sep 2018, 13:37

All informations are from this poster

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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Sun 16 Sep 2018, 18:06

Great work Andreas! I introduced informations on TAI according with your first post. It needs a second round once it is missing the prehistoric sets and some sets need some more work like Africa, farm, etc. Though, that's a good start. :)

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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Sun 16 Sep 2018, 19:30

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Great work Andreas! I introduced informations on TAI according with your first post. It needs a second round once it is missing the prehistoric sets and some sets need some more work like Africa, farm, etc. Though, that's a good start. :)

At the moment i have Australasia and South America. So i can give pictures. And i hope to get more soon. But it is strange that one figure can represent more than one specie.

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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Sun 16 Sep 2018, 19:53

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Great work Andreas! I introduced informations on TAI according with your first post. It needs a second round once it is missing the prehistoric sets and some sets need some more work like Africa, farm, etc. Though, that's a good start. :)

At the moment i have Australasia and South America. So i can give pictures. And i hope to get more soon. But it is strange that one figure can represent more than one specie.

Your pictures may be useful once I suspect not many people will collect these. Some of the species are really positively surprising but the quality seems quite poor. As you pointed, the use of the same moulds to many different species shows a little effort to make the figures look like the real thing. I have mentioned it before with the ostrich/rhea/emu and now it seems the fox, of my personal interest, represents simultaneously a red fox, an Arctic fox, a coyote, a culpeo and I haven't checked yet the raccoon dog but I suspect it will be the same. Sad

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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Sun 16 Sep 2018, 21:05

Oh wow the Johngarthria and Christmas Island red crabs are new genera and species for me.
Andreas, if you get sets with those and can part with the crabs let me know.
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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Mon 17 Sep 2018, 07:25

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Great work Andreas! I introduced informations on TAI according with your first post. It needs a second round once it is missing the prehistoric sets and some sets need some more work like Africa, farm, etc. Though, that's a good start. :)

At the moment i have Australasia and South America. So i can give pictures. And i hope to get more soon. But it is strange that one figure can represent more than one specie.

Your pictures may be useful once I suspect not many people will collect these. Some of the species are really positively surprising but the quality seems quite poor. As you pointed, the use of the same moulds to many different species shows a little effort to make the figures look like the real thing. I have mentioned it before with the ostrich/rhea/emu and now it seems the fox, of my personal interest, represents simultaneously a red fox, an Arctic fox, a coyote, a culpeo and I haven't checked yet the raccoon dog but I suspect it will be the same. Sad

Thats the problem. Often is also the colour the same. At the moment i dont have a contact to the owner, but i hope it is only a question of time.

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PostSubject: Re: The sets and figurines by Wenno   Mon 17 Sep 2018, 07:25

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Oh wow the Johngarthria and Christmas Island red crabs are new genera and species for me.
Andreas, if you get sets with those and can part with the crabs let me know.

I will do it, but i think some crabs are one figurine with any specie names by Wenno

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