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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Jul 30, 2013 6:16 am

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POST A PHOTO OF THE NUDIBRANCHES PLEASE SOMEONE! Very Happy I WANT!

Sorry, but i think nobody have this set- but a pic would be great, thats right

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu Aug 01, 2013 9:34 pm

I guess I haven't posted this before here?
The Serengeti set - Christophe showed one version earlier in the thread. Here is the other. Each has half of the small animals and one large one. Christophe has the large lion, mine has the large elephant.

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Also, I've just added all the text info from the first post of this thread to Toyanimal.info Wiki. I added photos from my Serengeti set, and will add the few fish and crabs I have later. If anyone else has photos of the individual animals or of full sets that you own and would like to share them on the Wiki, just let me know. I would be happy to add them, or you can become an editor and add them yourself.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:08 pm

Thank you Tim☀ sunny sunny And a nice catch:cheers: cheers cheers cheers cheers 

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:50 pm

What a great set, congrats!

Strange they made a set with two elephants scratch 
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Fri Aug 02, 2013 8:06 am

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What a great set, congrats!

Strange they made a set with two elephants scratch 

I think The bigger animal is always a small animal from the set. But not ever the same subspecie- there where 2 different angel sharks.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Fri Aug 02, 2013 8:32 am

yes, I think so too.
But I thought they were placed vice-versa. The other Serengeti set has a big lion, but no small one. They could have mixed the set the way that the small elephant would have been in the other set...
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Fri Aug 02, 2013 4:12 pm

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yes, I think so too.
But I thought they were placed vice-versa. The other Serengeti set has a big lion, but no small one. They could have mixed the set the way that the small elephant would have been in the other set...

I like the idea but for PV hunters i think that wilk be a horror. Could you imagine to hunt also for the bigger animals because they are other species:*)affraid What a Face Evil or Very Mad jocolor Sad sunny Laughing Laughing 

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Fri Aug 02, 2013 7:21 pm

Oh, what a fantastic set. The big elephant from these set, is exactly that one, I have found last week at the flea market. Many thanks for showing, Tim!

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Oct 01, 2013 5:06 pm

Finally I found the time to post pictures of the gorgeous wasp set (four out of eight total) I got from Amanda.
I added the names already in the listing, they are (referring to the first picture):
upper row left:
- Tarantula Hawk - Pepsis spec.
upper row right:
- Raspberry Horntail Wasp - Hartigia cressonii
lower row right:
- Plasterer Bee - Colletes spec.
lower row left:
- Paper Wasp - Polistes spec. (dorsalis?)

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Oct 01, 2013 5:28 pm

Very interesting:-)

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Oct 06, 2013 4:17 pm

Nice! Congrats! And the parcel arrived! Wink 

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Nov 17, 2013 10:51 am

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Here's the try of listing all sets (and hopefully animals) that have been released in "Habitat Earth" with their scientific name (unfortunately not always possible; sometimes PV themselves made mistakes - those mistakes are set in brackets).
Usually they came in sets of 8 or 6 single small scale items. Some sets had additional big scale animals, see pics and information [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].

Small animal sets in alphabetical order:


Bats 1996
- Wrinkle-faced Bat - Centurio senex
- Vampire Bat - Desmodus rotundus
- Spotted Bat - Euderma maculatum
- California Leaf-nosed Bat - Macrotus californicus
- Greater Horseshoe Bat - Rhinolophus ferrumequinum
- Egyptian fruit bat - Rousettus aegyptiacus

Bears 1996
The polar bear is in the Arctic set, too
- Sun Bear - Ursus malayanus
- Spectacled Bear - Tremarctos ornatus
- Grizzly - Ursus arctos horribilis
- Black Bear - Ursus americanus
- Panda Bear - Ailuropoda melanoleuca
- Sloth Bear - Melursus ursinus
- Polar Bear - Ursus maritimus
- Brown Bear - Ursus actos

Bees, Wasps, and Hornets
(under construction; still four spec missing or only guessed from pictures; maybe the cow killer wasp from the insects set was in that set, too)
- Plasterer Bee - Colletes spec.
- Paper Wasp - Polistes spec. (dorsalis?)
- Raspberry Horntail Wasp - Hartigia cressonii
- Tarantula Hawk - Pepsis spec.
- Common Wasp - Vespula vulgaris
??

Cats 1996
The Jaguar is in South American Set, too. The Cheetah is in Serengeti Set, too.
- Mountain lion - Puma concolor
- Caracal - Caracal caracal
- Serval - Leptailurus serval
- Bobcat - Lynx rufus
- Snow leopard - Panthera uncia (Uncia uncia)
- Clouded Leopard - Neofelis nebulosa
- Cheetah - Acinonyx jubatus
- Jaguar - Panthera onca

Chameleons and Geckos 1995
- Parson's Chameleon - Calumma parsonii
- Panther Chameleon - Furcifer pardalis
- Veiled Chameleon - Chamaeleo calyptratus
- Common leopard gecko - Eublepharis macularius
- Juvenile common leopard gecko (false: Panther Gecko) - Eublepharis macularius
- Giant day gecko - Phelsuma madagascariensis grandis

Coral Fish 1996
This one still needs work, since the names are very vague and I believe most if not all of the models show juvenile forms. Would be great if someone with fish knowledge could help out!
- Trigger Fish (probably Yellow Spotted Trigger Fish aka Blue Line Trigger) - Pseudobalistes fuscus
- Angel Fish (exact: Emperor Angel fish juvenile form) - Pomacanthus imperator
- Puffer Fish / Trunk Fish - ???
- Wrasse (maybe Purple Wrasse juvenile, but haven't found enough pics to prove - Notolabrus fucicola)
- Parrot Fish - Scarus ceruleus
- Mandarin Fish - Synchiropus splendidus
- Clown Fish (aka Clown Coris or Clown Wrasse, juvenile form) - Coris ayguia
- Butterfly fish (probably Blue Spot Butterfly Fish, although it should have only one dot at the tail, none at the body) - Chaetodon plebeius

Crabs 1996
Similar problem here, the names sometimes are to vague to narrow them down.
Fiddler crab - Uca spec.
Spider Crab - Maja kaempferi
Blue Crab - Callinectes sapidus
Striped Shore Crab - Pachygrapsus crassipes
Pear Crab - Pyromaia spec. (?)
Purple Globe crab - Randallia ornata
King Crab - Paralithodes camtschaticus
Helmet Crab - Telmessus cheiragonus

Crocodiles 1996
- False Gharial - Tomistoma schlegelii
- American Alligator - Alligator mississipiensis
- Black Caiman - Melanosuchus niger
- Johnson's Crocodile - Crocodylus johnsoni/johnstonii
- Dwarf Caiman - Paleosuchus palepebrosus
- Cuban Crocodile - Crocodylus rhombifer
- Saltwater Crocodile - Crocodylus porosus
- Orinoco Crocodile - Crocodylus intermedius

Dogs (canines) 1996
Bat-eared Fox and Spotted hyena are also to be found in the African Set, with year 1999.
- African Wild Dog - Lycaon pictus
- Bat-eared fox - Otocyon megalotis
- Striped Hyena - Hyaena hyaena
- Raccoon dog - Nyctereutes procyonoides
- Maned Wolf - Chrysocyon brachyurus
- Grey Wolf - Canis lupus
- Red Fox - Vulpes vulpes
- Coyote - Canis latrans

Exotic Beetles Year?
- Carrion Beetle
- Weevil (Eupholus sp.)
- Fungus Beetle
- Goliath Beetle (Goliathus sp.)
- Jumnos ruckeri
- Macrodontia cervicornis
- South African Longhorn Beetle
- Woodboring Beetle - (probably a Buprestid (Metallic Woodboring Beetle / Jewel Beetle)

Exotic Insects 1998
- Orange Assassin Bug - Gminatus australis
- Leaf-mimic Katydid - possibly Chondroderella sp.
- Soldier Lubber Grasshopper nymph - Chromacris speciosa
- Lanternbug - Pyrops intricata
- Leaf Insect - Phyllium bioculatum (most likely)
- Spiny Flower Mantis nymph - Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii
- Thorn-bug Treehopper (haven't identified beyond family yet)
- Velvet Ant a.k.a. "Cow Killer" - Dasymutilla occidentalis

Freshwater Turtles 1996
- Alligator snapping Turtle - Macroclemys temmincki
- Cogwheel Turtle - Heosemys spinosa
- Eastern Box Turtle - Terrapene carolina
- Matamata turtle - Chelus fimbriatus
- (Burmese?) Softshelled Turtle - Nilssonia formosa
- Red-Eared Slider - Trachemys scripta elegans
- Spotted Turtle - Clemmys guttata
- Yellow Blotched Sawback Turtle - Graptemys flavimaculata

Frogs and Toads 2002
(under construction; referring to the Yujin models at the moment)
- Southern Corroboree Frog - Pseudophryne corroborree
- Red-eyed Tree Frog - Agalychnis callidryas (from PDF set; also here?)
- Malayan Horned Frog - Megophrys nasuta
- Casque-headed Treefrog - Hemiphractus proboscideus
- Chubby Frog - Kaloula pulchra
- Madagascan Golden Frog - Mantella aurantiaca
- Surinam Toad - Pipa pipa
- Oriental Fire-bellied Toad - Bombina orientalis

Hoofed Animals/African Ungulates 1998
- Giraffe - Giraffa camelopardis (which Subspecies?)
- Greater Kudu - Tragelaphus strepsiceros
- Bongo - Tragelaphus eurycerus
- Gemsbok - Oryx gazella
- Sable Antelope - Hippotragus niger
- Zebra or Striped Duiker - Cephalophus zebra
- Okapi - Okapia johnstoni
- Cape Buffalo - Syncerus caffer

Lemurs 1999
Since I don't have the original figures, I'm not sure about the exact species, sometimes they look rather similar.
- Greater Bushbaby - Galago crassicaudatus
- (Black-and-White?) Ruffed Lemur - Varecia variegata
- Indri - Indri indri
- Potto - Perodicticus potto
- Aye-Aye - Daubentonia madagascariensis
- (Coquerel's ?) Sifaka - Propithecus coquereli
- Wooley Lemur - Avahi spec.
- Ring-Tailed Lemur - Lemur catta

Lizards 1995
- Gila Monster - Heloderma suspectum
- Marine Iguana - Amblyrhynchus cristatus
- Nile Monitor - Varanus niloticus
- Frilled Lizard - Chlamydosaurus kingii
- Green Basilisk - Basiliscus plumifrons
- Helmeted Iguana - Corytophane cristatus
- Thorny Devil - Moloch horridus
- Rhinoceros Iguana - Cyclura cornuta

Monkeys 1998
- Mandrill - Mandrillus sphinx
- Proboscis Monkey - Nasalis larvatus
- Uakari - Cacajao calvus
- Diana monkey - Cercopithecus diana
- Northern plains gray langur - Semnopithecus entellus
- Celebes Crested Macaque - Macaca nigra
- White-Faced Saki - Pithecia pithecia
- Lion-tailed Macaque - Macaca silenus

Morays eels and Water snakes(?) 1995
(under construction)
- Dragon/Leopard Moray eel - Enchelycore pardalis
- Blue Ribbon Eel - Rhinomuraena quaesita
- Black Spotted Moray - Gymnothorax moringa
- ??
- Malayan Sea Snake - Laticauda colubrina
- Yellowbellied Sea snake - Pelamis platura
-Timor Reef Sea Snake - Aipysurus fuscus
Kakadu Sea Snake - ??

Mustelids/Weasels and Skunks 1998
- Honey Badger (Ratel) - Mellivora capensis
- Otter; maybe Congo Clawless Otter (Aonyx congicus) or Asian Small-clawed Otter
- Blackfooted ferret - Mustela nigripes
- American badger - Taxidea taxus
- Striped Skunk - Mephitis mephitis
- Tayra - Eira barbara
- Marbled Polecat - Vormela peregusna
- Wolverine - Gulo gulo

Nudibranches (Sea Slugs)
(under construction)

Parrots/Cockatiels  1996
- Joby Lori - Joby loriensis
- Blue and Yellow Macaw - Ara ararauna
- Citron crested Cockatoo - Kakatoe galerita
- Black-headed Parrot (correct: Black-headed Caique) - Pionites melanocephala
- Scarlet Macaw - Ara macao
- Major Mitchell´s Cockatoo - Kakatoe leadbeateri
- Blue-headed parrot - Pionus menstruus
- Sun Conure - Aratinga solstitialis

Porpoises/Dolphins 1996
- Bottlenose dolphin - Tursiops truncatus
- Atlantic/Pantropical? Spotted Dolphin - Stenella frontalis/attenuata
- Amazon River Dolphin - Inia geoffrensis
- Irrawaddy Dolphin (mislabelled: Beluga) - Orcaella brevirostris
- Commerson's Dolphin - Cephalorhynchus commersonii
- Hourglass Dolphin - Lagenorhynchus cruciger
- Finless Porpoise - Neophocaena phocaenoides
- Atlantic Humpbacked Dolphin - Sousa teuszii

Poisoned Dart Frogs 1996/1998
There have indeed been TWO editions of PD frogs, the first 1996 with latin names on their bellies, the second one 1998 with english names on their bellies, but some of them wrong. The latin names in brackets are those printed on the 1996 edition. The italic latin names are the up-to-date scientific ones.
- Strawberry Poison-dart Frog (1996: Dendrobates pumilio) - Oophaga pumilio
- Ecuadorian Poison Frog (1996: Epipedobates bilinguis) - Ameerega bilinguis syn. Dendrobates bilinguis
- Lehmann's Poison Frog (1996: Dendrobates h. lehmanni)- Oophaga histrionica lehmanni
- Yellow poison dart frog (1996: Dendrobates lehmanni) - Dendrobates leucomela
- Red-Eyed tree frog (1996: Agalychnis callidryas) - Agalychnis callidryas
- Dyeing Poison Frog (mislabelled: Harlequin Poisoned Frog/1996: Dendrobates tinctorius) - Dendrobates tinctorius
- Boulenger's Asian Tree Toad (mislabelled: Dyeing Poison Frog/1996: Dendrobates a. histrionica) - Pedostibes hosii
- Harlequin Frog (1996: Atelopus varius) - Atelopus varius

Prehistoric amphibians 1998
- Triadobatrachus
- Crassigyrinus
- Eogyrinus
- Eryops
- Diplocaulus
- Platyhystrix
- Peltobatrachus
- Gerrothorax

Prehistoric Mammals 1998
- Cave Bear
- Eobasileus
- Mammoth
- Megatherium
- Palorchestes
- Prehistoric Hyena (actually Andrewsarchus)
- Prorastomus
- Smilodon (actually Homotherium)

Prehistoric Sea Life 1998
- Elasmosaurus
- Tylosaurus
- Shonisaurus
- Mixosaurus
- Henodus
- Placodus
- Metriorhynchus
- Nothosaurus

Raptors 1998
- King Vulture - Sarcoramphus papa
- Crested caracara - Caracara plancus
- Common Kestrel - Falco tinnunculus
- Andean Condor - Vultur gryphus
- Secratary Bird - Sagittarius serpentarius
- Bald Eagle - Haliaeetus leucocephalus
- Osprey - Pandion haliaetus
- Harpy Eagle - Harpia harpyja (also in South American set)

Salamanders year??
- Red Salamander - Pseudotriton ruber
- Spotted Salamander - Ambystoma maculatum
- Long-toed Salamander - Ambystoma macrodactylum
- Marbled Salamander - Ambystoma opacum
- Longtail Salamander - Eurycea longicauda
- Mudpuppy - Necturus maculosus

Sea Turtles 1998
- Kemp's Ridley Turtle - Lepidochelys kempii
- Hawksbill Turtle - Eretmochelys imbricata
- Leatherback Turtle - Dermochelys coriacea
- Olive Ridley Turtle - Lepidochelys olivacea
- Green Turtle - Chelonia mydas
- Black Turtle - Chelonia agassizii
- Loggerhead Turtle - Caretta caretta
- Flatback Turtle - Natator depressus

Sharks 1996
- Angel Shark - Squatina squatina
- Tresher Shark - Alopias vulpinus
- Hammerhead Shark - Rhincodon typus
- Goblin Shark - Mitsukurina owstoni
- Tiger Shark - Galeocerdo cuvier
- Whale Shark - Rhincodon typus
- Great White Shark - Carcharodon carcharias
- Zebra Bullhead Shark - Heterodontus zebra

Snakes 1999
- Anaconda - Eunectes murinus
- Blood Python - Python brongersmai
- Guatemalan Palm Viper - Bothriechis aurifer
- Madagascar Boa - Boa madagascariensis
- Gaboon Viper - Bitis gabonica
- Shield Nose Cobra - Aspidelaps scutatus
- Basilisk Rattlesnake - Crotalus basiliscus
- Western Coral Snake - Micruroides euryxanthus

Spiders 1996
- Southern Black Widow - Latrodectus mactans
- Green Lynx Spider - Peucetia viridans
- Indian Ornamental Tarantula - Poecilotheria regalis
- Mexican Red-kneed Tarantula - Brachypelma smithii
- Yellow-and-Black Garden Spider - Arigope aurantia
- Costa Rican Zebra Tarantula - Aphonopelma seemanni

Starfish 1998
(two still unidentified)
- Edmond's Sea Star - ?
- Blue Sea Star - Linckia guildingi
- Icon Sea Star - Iconaster longimanus
- Necklace Sea Star - Fromia monilis
- Ocellate Sea Star - Nectria ocellata
- Purple Sun Star - Solaster endeca
- Rose Sea Star - ?
- Spiny Sun Star - Crossaster papposus

Ticks, Flea and Lice
(under construction)

Viverrids/Civets and Genets 1998
- African civet - Civettictis civetta
- Abyssinian Genet - Genetta abyssinica
- Banded Palm Civet - Hemigalus derbyanus
- Asian Palm Civet (mislabelled: Binturong) - Paradoxurus hermaphroditus
- Grey Meerkat - Suricata suricatta
- Spotted Linsang - Prionodon pardicolor
- Ring-tailed Vontsira (mislabelled: Mongoose) - Galidia elegans
- Aquatic genet (mislabelled: Civet) - Genetta piscivora

Whales 1996
- Sperm whale - Physeter macrocephalus
- Blue whale - Balaenoptera musculus
- Humpback Whale - Megaptera novaeangliae
- Bowhead whale - Balaena mysticetus
- Hubbs' beaked whale - Mesoplodon carlhubbsi
- Killer Whale - Orcinus orca
- Pygmy Killer Whale (mislabelled: Pilot Whale) - Feresa attenuata
- Narwhal - Monodon monoceros

Regional and national park sets:

African animals 1999
Some of those are also parts of different sets - cats, dogs.
- Zebra - Equus zebra
- Leopard - Panthera pardus
- Spotted hyena - Crocuta crocuta
- Hippopotamus - Hippopotamus amphibius
- Sitatunga - Tragelaphus spekii
- Mandrill - Mandrillus sphinx
- Giraffe (standing) - Giraffe camelopardalis
- Bat-eared fox - Otocyon megalotis

Arctic Animals 1998
- Hooded Seal - Cystophora christata
- Musk Ox - Ovibos moschatus
- Beluga whale - Delphinapterus leucas
- Polar Bear - Ursus maritimus
- Arctic Wolf - Canis lupus arctos
- Walrus - Odobenus rosmarus
- Arctic fox - Vulpes lagopus
- Caribou - Rangifer tarandus

Asian/Indian Animals 1998
- Gaur - Bos gaurus
- Orang Utan - Pongo pygmaeus
- Javan Rhino - Rhinoceros sondaicus
- Asian Elefant - Elephas maximus
- False Gharial - Tomistoma schlegelii
- Tiger - Panthera tigris (tigris)
- Dhole - Cuon alpinus
- Axis Deer - Axis axis

Galapagos Animals 1998
(under construction)
- Frigatebird - Fregata magnificens
- Scarlet Crab (a.k.a Red Rock Crab, common Sally lightfoot) - Grapsus grapsus
- Marine Iguana - Amblyrhynchus cristatus
- Manta Ray - Manta birostris
- Tiger Shark - Galeocerdo cuvier
- Galapagos Giant Turtle - Chelonoidis nigra
- Galapagos Sea Lion - Zalophus wollebaeki
- Bluechin parrot - Scarus globban

Coral Reef Animals 1998
- Tiger Shark - Galeocerdo cuvier
- Bluechin parrot - Scarus globban
- Spotted Eagle Ray - Aetobatus narinari
- Hawksbill Turtle - Eretmochelys imbricata
- Bottlenose dolphin - Tursiops truncatus
- Yellowbellied Sea snake - Pelamis platura
- Clown Triggerfish - Balistoides conspicillum
- Anemone fish - Amphiprion ocellaris

North American Animals 1998
- Elk - Cervus elaphus
- Moose - Alces alces
- Beaver - Castor canadensis
- Bison - Bison bison
- Grizzly - Ursus arctos horribilis
- Osprey - Pandion haliaetus
- Grey Wolf - Canis lupus
- (?) American badger - Taxidea taxus

South American Animals 1999
(is this the Manú Amazon set?)
- Brazilian Tapir - Tapirus terrestris
- (Brownthroated) Three Toed Sloth - Bradypus variegatus
- Jaguar - Panthera onca
- Green Anaconda - Eunectes murinus (there's an alternate version: Boa constrictor)
- Green Iguana - Iguana iguana
- Southern Tamandua - Tamandua tetradactyla
- Brown Howler Monkey - Alouatta fusca
- Harpy Eagle - Harpia harpyja

Serengeti Set 1999
- Cheetah - Acinonyx jubatus
- Giraffe (running) - Giraffe camelopardalis
- Egyptian Cobra - Naja haje annulifera
- Warthog - Phacochoerus aethiopicus
- Wildebeest - Connochaetes taurinus
- Lion - Panthera leo
- Elephant - Loxodonta africana
- African Wild Dog - Lycaon pictus (a smaller version than in the dog set)


and not to forget the
Farm Animal Set
Donkey, Cow, goose, goat, hen, horse, pig, sheep

There are sets of Cats, Dogs and Horses, too.[/b]
I can help you with tropical fish: they are all right but the pufferfish doesn't exist, there is just one green pufferfish in nature and it's not shaped like that. You made only one mistake: hyena is not a dog, hyenas are related to cats and civets.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Nov 17, 2013 11:33 am

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Here's the try of listing all sets (and hopefully animals) that have been released in "Habitat Earth" with their scientific name (unfortunately not always possible; sometimes PV themselves made mistakes - those mistakes are set in brackets).
Usually they came in sets of 8 or 6 single small scale items. Some sets had additional big scale animals, see pics and information [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].

Small animal sets in alphabetical order:


Bats 1996
- Wrinkle-faced Bat - Centurio senex
- Vampire Bat - Desmodus rotundus
- Spotted Bat - Euderma maculatum
- California Leaf-nosed Bat - Macrotus californicus
- Greater Horseshoe Bat - Rhinolophus ferrumequinum
- Egyptian fruit bat - Rousettus aegyptiacus

Bears 1996
The polar bear is in the Arctic set, too
- Sun Bear - Ursus malayanus
- Spectacled Bear - Tremarctos ornatus
- Grizzly - Ursus arctos horribilis
- Black Bear - Ursus americanus
- Panda Bear - Ailuropoda melanoleuca
- Sloth Bear - Melursus ursinus
- Polar Bear - Ursus maritimus
- Brown Bear - Ursus actos

Bees, Wasps, and Hornets
(under construction; still four spec missing or only guessed from pictures; maybe the cow killer wasp from the insects set was in that set, too)
- Plasterer Bee - Colletes spec.
- Paper Wasp - Polistes spec. (dorsalis?)
- Raspberry Horntail Wasp - Hartigia cressonii
- Tarantula Hawk - Pepsis spec.
- Common Wasp - Vespula vulgaris
??

Cats 1996
The Jaguar is in South American Set, too. The Cheetah is in Serengeti Set, too.
- Mountain lion - Puma concolor
- Caracal - Caracal caracal
- Serval - Leptailurus serval
- Bobcat - Lynx rufus
- Snow leopard - Panthera uncia (Uncia uncia)
- Clouded Leopard - Neofelis nebulosa
- Cheetah - Acinonyx jubatus
- Jaguar - Panthera onca

Chameleons and Geckos 1995
- Parson's Chameleon - Calumma parsonii
- Panther Chameleon - Furcifer pardalis
- Veiled Chameleon - Chamaeleo calyptratus
- Common leopard gecko - Eublepharis macularius
- Juvenile common leopard gecko (false: Panther Gecko) - Eublepharis macularius
- Giant day gecko - Phelsuma madagascariensis grandis

Coral Fish 1996
This one still needs work, since the names are very vague and I believe most if not all of the models show juvenile forms. Would be great if someone with fish knowledge could help out!
- Trigger Fish (probably Yellow Spotted Trigger Fish aka Blue Line Trigger) - Pseudobalistes fuscus
- Angel Fish (exact: Emperor Angel fish juvenile form) - Pomacanthus imperator
- Puffer Fish / Trunk Fish - ???
- Wrasse (maybe Purple Wrasse juvenile, but haven't found enough pics to prove - Notolabrus fucicola)
- Parrot Fish - Scarus ceruleus
- Mandarin Fish - Synchiropus splendidus
- Clown Fish (aka Clown Coris or Clown Wrasse, juvenile form) - Coris ayguia
- Butterfly fish (probably Blue Spot Butterfly Fish, although it should have only one dot at the tail, none at the body) - Chaetodon plebeius

Crabs 1996
Similar problem here, the names sometimes are to vague to narrow them down.
Fiddler crab - Uca spec.
Spider Crab - Maja kaempferi
Blue Crab - Callinectes sapidus
Striped Shore Crab - Pachygrapsus crassipes
Pear Crab - Pyromaia spec. (?)
Purple Globe crab - Randallia ornata
King Crab - Paralithodes camtschaticus
Helmet Crab - Telmessus cheiragonus

Crocodiles 1996
- False Gharial - Tomistoma schlegelii
- American Alligator - Alligator mississipiensis
- Black Caiman - Melanosuchus niger
- Johnson's Crocodile - Crocodylus johnsoni/johnstonii
- Dwarf Caiman - Paleosuchus palepebrosus
- Cuban Crocodile - Crocodylus rhombifer
- Saltwater Crocodile - Crocodylus porosus
- Orinoco Crocodile - Crocodylus intermedius

Dogs (canines) 1996
Bat-eared Fox and Spotted hyena are also to be found in the African Set, with year 1999.
- African Wild Dog - Lycaon pictus
- Bat-eared fox - Otocyon megalotis
- Striped Hyena - Hyaena hyaena
- Raccoon dog - Nyctereutes procyonoides
- Maned Wolf - Chrysocyon brachyurus
- Grey Wolf - Canis lupus
- Red Fox - Vulpes vulpes
- Coyote - Canis latrans

Exotic Beetles Year?
- Carrion Beetle
- Weevil (Eupholus sp.)
- Fungus Beetle
- Goliath Beetle (Goliathus sp.)
- Jumnos ruckeri
- Macrodontia cervicornis
- South African Longhorn Beetle
- Woodboring Beetle - (probably a Buprestid (Metallic Woodboring Beetle / Jewel Beetle)

Exotic Insects 1998
- Orange Assassin Bug - Gminatus australis
- Leaf-mimic Katydid - possibly Chondroderella sp.
- Soldier Lubber Grasshopper nymph - Chromacris speciosa
- Lanternbug - Pyrops intricata
- Leaf Insect - Phyllium bioculatum (most likely)
- Spiny Flower Mantis nymph - Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii
- Thorn-bug Treehopper (haven't identified beyond family yet)
- Velvet Ant a.k.a. "Cow Killer" - Dasymutilla occidentalis

Freshwater Turtles 1996
- Alligator snapping Turtle - Macroclemys temmincki
- Cogwheel Turtle - Heosemys spinosa
- Eastern Box Turtle - Terrapene carolina
- Matamata turtle - Chelus fimbriatus
- (Burmese?) Softshelled Turtle - Nilssonia formosa
- Red-Eared Slider - Trachemys scripta elegans
- Spotted Turtle - Clemmys guttata
- Yellow Blotched Sawback Turtle - Graptemys flavimaculata

Frogs and Toads 2002
(under construction; referring to the Yujin models at the moment)
- Southern Corroboree Frog - Pseudophryne corroborree
- Red-eyed Tree Frog - Agalychnis callidryas (from PDF set; also here?)
- Malayan Horned Frog - Megophrys nasuta
- Casque-headed Treefrog - Hemiphractus proboscideus
- Chubby Frog - Kaloula pulchra
- Madagascan Golden Frog - Mantella aurantiaca
- Surinam Toad - Pipa pipa
- Oriental Fire-bellied Toad - Bombina orientalis

Hoofed Animals/African Ungulates 1998
- Giraffe - Giraffa camelopardis (which Subspecies?)
- Greater Kudu - Tragelaphus strepsiceros
- Bongo - Tragelaphus eurycerus
- Gemsbok - Oryx gazella
- Sable Antelope - Hippotragus niger
- Zebra or Striped Duiker - Cephalophus zebra
- Okapi - Okapia johnstoni
- Cape Buffalo - Syncerus caffer

Lemurs 1999
Since I don't have the original figures, I'm not sure about the exact species, sometimes they look rather similar.
- Greater Bushbaby - Galago crassicaudatus
- (Black-and-White?) Ruffed Lemur - Varecia variegata
- Indri - Indri indri
- Potto - Perodicticus potto
- Aye-Aye - Daubentonia madagascariensis
- (Coquerel's ?) Sifaka - Propithecus coquereli
- Wooley Lemur - Avahi spec.
- Ring-Tailed Lemur - Lemur catta

Lizards 1995
- Gila Monster - Heloderma suspectum
- Marine Iguana - Amblyrhynchus cristatus
- Nile Monitor - Varanus niloticus
- Frilled Lizard - Chlamydosaurus kingii
- Green Basilisk - Basiliscus plumifrons
- Helmeted Iguana - Corytophane cristatus
- Thorny Devil - Moloch horridus
- Rhinoceros Iguana - Cyclura cornuta

Monkeys 1998
- Mandrill - Mandrillus sphinx
- Proboscis Monkey - Nasalis larvatus
- Uakari - Cacajao calvus
- Diana monkey - Cercopithecus diana
- Northern plains gray langur - Semnopithecus entellus
- Celebes Crested Macaque - Macaca nigra
- White-Faced Saki - Pithecia pithecia
- Lion-tailed Macaque - Macaca silenus

Morays eels and Water snakes(?) 1995
(under construction)
- Dragon/Leopard Moray eel - Enchelycore pardalis
- Blue Ribbon Eel - Rhinomuraena quaesita
- Black Spotted Moray - Gymnothorax moringa
- ??
- Malayan Sea Snake - Laticauda colubrina
- Yellowbellied Sea snake - Pelamis platura
-Timor Reef Sea Snake - Aipysurus fuscus
Kakadu Sea Snake - ??

Mustelids/Weasels and Skunks 1998
- Honey Badger (Ratel) - Mellivora capensis
- Otter; maybe Congo Clawless Otter (Aonyx congicus) or Asian Small-clawed Otter
- Blackfooted ferret - Mustela nigripes
- American badger - Taxidea taxus
- Striped Skunk - Mephitis mephitis
- Tayra - Eira barbara
- Marbled Polecat - Vormela peregusna
- Wolverine - Gulo gulo

Nudibranches (Sea Slugs)
(under construction)

Parrots/Cockatiels  1996
- Joby Lori - Joby loriensis
- Blue and Yellow Macaw - Ara ararauna
- Citron crested Cockatoo - Kakatoe galerita
- Black-headed Parrot (correct: Black-headed Caique) - Pionites melanocephala
- Scarlet Macaw - Ara macao
- Major Mitchell´s Cockatoo - Kakatoe leadbeateri
- Blue-headed parrot - Pionus menstruus
- Sun Conure - Aratinga solstitialis

Porpoises/Dolphins 1996
- Bottlenose dolphin - Tursiops truncatus
- Atlantic/Pantropical? Spotted Dolphin - Stenella frontalis/attenuata
- Amazon River Dolphin - Inia geoffrensis
- Irrawaddy Dolphin (mislabelled: Beluga) - Orcaella brevirostris
- Commerson's Dolphin - Cephalorhynchus commersonii
- Hourglass Dolphin - Lagenorhynchus cruciger
- Finless Porpoise - Neophocaena phocaenoides
- Atlantic Humpbacked Dolphin - Sousa teuszii

Poisoned Dart Frogs 1996/1998
There have indeed been TWO editions of PD frogs, the first 1996 with latin names on their bellies, the second one 1998 with english names on their bellies, but some of them wrong. The latin names in brackets are those printed on the 1996 edition. The italic latin names are the up-to-date scientific ones.
- Strawberry Poison-dart Frog (1996: Dendrobates pumilio) - Oophaga pumilio
- Ecuadorian Poison Frog (1996: Epipedobates bilinguis) - Ameerega bilinguis syn. Dendrobates bilinguis
- Lehmann's Poison Frog (1996: Dendrobates h. lehmanni)- Oophaga histrionica lehmanni
- Yellow poison dart frog (1996: Dendrobates lehmanni) - Dendrobates leucomela
- Red-Eyed tree frog (1996: Agalychnis callidryas) - Agalychnis callidryas
- Dyeing Poison Frog (mislabelled: Harlequin Poisoned Frog/1996: Dendrobates tinctorius) - Dendrobates tinctorius
- Boulenger's Asian Tree Toad (mislabelled: Dyeing Poison Frog/1996: Dendrobates a. histrionica) - Pedostibes hosii
- Harlequin Frog (1996: Atelopus varius) - Atelopus varius

Prehistoric amphibians 1998
- Triadobatrachus
- Crassigyrinus
- Eogyrinus
- Eryops
- Diplocaulus
- Platyhystrix
- Peltobatrachus
- Gerrothorax

Prehistoric Mammals 1998
- Cave Bear
- Eobasileus
- Mammoth
- Megatherium
- Palorchestes
- Prehistoric Hyena (actually Andrewsarchus)
- Prorastomus
- Smilodon (actually Homotherium)

Prehistoric Sea Life 1998
- Elasmosaurus
- Tylosaurus
- Shonisaurus
- Mixosaurus
- Henodus
- Placodus
- Metriorhynchus
- Nothosaurus

Raptors 1998
- King Vulture - Sarcoramphus papa
- Crested caracara - Caracara plancus
- Common Kestrel - Falco tinnunculus
- Andean Condor - Vultur gryphus
- Secratary Bird - Sagittarius serpentarius
- Bald Eagle - Haliaeetus leucocephalus
- Osprey - Pandion haliaetus
- Harpy Eagle - Harpia harpyja (also in South American set)

Salamanders year??
- Red Salamander - Pseudotriton ruber
- Spotted Salamander - Ambystoma maculatum
- Long-toed Salamander - Ambystoma macrodactylum
- Marbled Salamander - Ambystoma opacum
- Longtail Salamander - Eurycea longicauda
- Mudpuppy - Necturus maculosus

Sea Turtles 1998
- Kemp's Ridley Turtle - Lepidochelys kempii
- Hawksbill Turtle - Eretmochelys imbricata
- Leatherback Turtle - Dermochelys coriacea
- Olive Ridley Turtle - Lepidochelys olivacea
- Green Turtle - Chelonia mydas
- Black Turtle - Chelonia agassizii
- Loggerhead Turtle - Caretta caretta
- Flatback Turtle - Natator depressus

Sharks 1996
- Angel Shark - Squatina squatina
- Tresher Shark - Alopias vulpinus
- Hammerhead Shark - Rhincodon typus
- Goblin Shark - Mitsukurina owstoni
- Tiger Shark - Galeocerdo cuvier
- Whale Shark - Rhincodon typus
- Great White Shark - Carcharodon carcharias
- Zebra Bullhead Shark - Heterodontus zebra

Snakes 1999
- Anaconda - Eunectes murinus
- Blood Python - Python brongersmai
- Guatemalan Palm Viper - Bothriechis aurifer
- Madagascar Boa - Boa madagascariensis
- Gaboon Viper - Bitis gabonica
- Shield Nose Cobra - Aspidelaps scutatus
- Basilisk Rattlesnake - Crotalus basiliscus
- Western Coral Snake - Micruroides euryxanthus

Spiders 1996
- Southern Black Widow - Latrodectus mactans
- Green Lynx Spider - Peucetia viridans
- Indian Ornamental Tarantula - Poecilotheria regalis
- Mexican Red-kneed Tarantula - Brachypelma smithii
- Yellow-and-Black Garden Spider - Arigope aurantia
- Costa Rican Zebra Tarantula - Aphonopelma seemanni

Starfish 1998
(two still unidentified)
- Edmond's Sea Star - ?
- Blue Sea Star - Linckia guildingi
- Icon Sea Star - Iconaster longimanus
- Necklace Sea Star - Fromia monilis
- Ocellate Sea Star - Nectria ocellata
- Purple Sun Star - Solaster endeca
- Rose Sea Star - ?
- Spiny Sun Star - Crossaster papposus

Ticks, Flea and Lice
(under construction)

Viverrids/Civets and Genets 1998
- African civet - Civettictis civetta
- Abyssinian Genet - Genetta abyssinica
- Banded Palm Civet - Hemigalus derbyanus
- Asian Palm Civet (mislabelled: Binturong) - Paradoxurus hermaphroditus
- Grey Meerkat - Suricata suricatta
- Spotted Linsang - Prionodon pardicolor
- Ring-tailed Vontsira (mislabelled: Mongoose) - Galidia elegans
- Aquatic genet (mislabelled: Civet) - Genetta piscivora

Whales 1996
- Sperm whale - Physeter macrocephalus
- Blue whale - Balaenoptera musculus
- Humpback Whale - Megaptera novaeangliae
- Bowhead whale - Balaena mysticetus
- Hubbs' beaked whale - Mesoplodon carlhubbsi
- Killer Whale - Orcinus orca
- Pygmy Killer Whale (mislabelled: Pilot Whale) - Feresa attenuata
- Narwhal - Monodon monoceros

Regional and national park sets:

African animals 1999
Some of those are also parts of different sets - cats, dogs.
- Zebra - Equus zebra
- Leopard - Panthera pardus
- Spotted hyena - Crocuta crocuta
- Hippopotamus - Hippopotamus amphibius
- Sitatunga - Tragelaphus spekii
- Mandrill - Mandrillus sphinx
- Giraffe (standing) - Giraffe camelopardalis
- Bat-eared fox - Otocyon megalotis

Arctic Animals 1998
- Hooded Seal - Cystophora christata
- Musk Ox - Ovibos moschatus
- Beluga whale - Delphinapterus leucas
- Polar Bear - Ursus maritimus
- Arctic Wolf - Canis lupus arctos
- Walrus - Odobenus rosmarus
- Arctic fox - Vulpes lagopus
- Caribou - Rangifer tarandus

Asian/Indian Animals 1998
- Gaur - Bos gaurus
- Orang Utan - Pongo pygmaeus
- Javan Rhino - Rhinoceros sondaicus
- Asian Elefant - Elephas maximus
- False Gharial - Tomistoma schlegelii
- Tiger - Panthera tigris (tigris)
- Dhole - Cuon alpinus
- Axis Deer - Axis axis

Galapagos Animals 1998
(under construction)
- Frigatebird - Fregata magnificens
- Scarlet Crab (a.k.a Red Rock Crab, common Sally lightfoot) - Grapsus grapsus
- Marine Iguana - Amblyrhynchus cristatus
- Manta Ray - Manta birostris
- Tiger Shark - Galeocerdo cuvier
- Galapagos Giant Turtle - Chelonoidis nigra
- Galapagos Sea Lion - Zalophus wollebaeki
- Bluechin parrot - Scarus globban

Coral Reef Animals 1998
- Tiger Shark - Galeocerdo cuvier
- Bluechin parrot - Scarus globban
- Spotted Eagle Ray - Aetobatus narinari
- Hawksbill Turtle - Eretmochelys imbricata
- Bottlenose dolphin - Tursiops truncatus
- Yellowbellied Sea snake - Pelamis platura
- Clown Triggerfish - Balistoides conspicillum
- Anemone fish - Amphiprion ocellaris

North American Animals 1998
- Elk - Cervus elaphus
- Moose - Alces alces
- Beaver - Castor canadensis
- Bison - Bison bison
- Grizzly - Ursus arctos horribilis
- Osprey - Pandion haliaetus
- Grey Wolf - Canis lupus
- (?) American badger - Taxidea taxus

South American Animals 1999
(is this the Manú Amazon set?)
- Brazilian Tapir - Tapirus terrestris
- (Brownthroated) Three Toed Sloth - Bradypus variegatus
- Jaguar - Panthera onca
- Green Anaconda - Eunectes murinus (there's an alternate version: Boa constrictor)
- Green Iguana - Iguana iguana
- Southern Tamandua - Tamandua tetradactyla
- Brown Howler Monkey - Alouatta fusca
- Harpy Eagle - Harpia harpyja

Serengeti Set 1999
- Cheetah - Acinonyx jubatus
- Giraffe (running) - Giraffe camelopardalis
- Egyptian Cobra - Naja haje annulifera
- Warthog - Phacochoerus aethiopicus
- Wildebeest - Connochaetes taurinus
- Lion - Panthera leo
- Elephant - Loxodonta africana
- African Wild Dog - Lycaon pictus (a smaller version than in the dog set)


and not to forget the
Farm Animal Set
Donkey, Cow, goose, goat, hen, horse, pig, sheep

There are sets of Cats, Dogs and Horses, too.[/b]
I can help you with tropical fish: they are all right but the pufferfish doesn't exist, there is just one green pufferfish in nature and it's not shaped like that. You made only one mistake: hyena is not a dog, hyenas are related to cats and civets.

Welcome here sunny sunny sunny  But that mean that this hyena is in this set. PV sold his figurines in sets. And i really like that (i believe) here is a tropical fish friend more☀ sunny sunny sunny 

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sun Nov 17, 2013 5:46 pm

The green fish is labeled as a puffer fish but I would say it is a green Toby or something like that? scratch I will have to see. study

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Nov 26, 2013 11:13 am

Yes, I didn't found any match for that green "puffer" fish either. More information would be great. scratch 

For the tick-flea-lice set I stumbled upon this site, a collection of rubber parasites. I don't know which brand those showed are, but they come as a set of eight and it says "Museum quality" in the headline. So I suspect the first eight on this site could be our mysterious PlayVisions Set (what confirms me, is that the author of this site says the bugs are "labelled" even if one is obviously mislabelled.
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I bought a insect set on ebay lately that has two of those critters in it, but of course they could be knock-offs, too and so I wouldn't know. Have to wait until I get it.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Nov 26, 2013 4:59 pm

I can't believe it you actually might have found them! Email the guy and ask!!! 
Now to set out and find those lovely nudibranches!

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Nov 26, 2013 5:02 pm

I found this for your puffer.
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It's actually a kind of green toby.Saw plenty of those circling the reefs in Hawaii.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Nov 26, 2013 5:09 pm

Thanks, quollmate - that's the best match for the "puffer" Ive seen yet. I will change it in the first post.

Unfortunately I found no possiblity to contact the guy from that website. "comment" and "back" just lead to 404 sites. But now I have at least an idea what I have to look for...
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Tue Nov 26, 2013 5:16 pm

That's a shame I tried to comment just to ask where he got the tiny mantis. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Mar 10, 2014 1:34 pm

I bought several lots with PlayVision sets during the last year. They used to contain (rather) complete series plus a few others. I was surprised to see that this four animals in exact this constellation were amongst those few others at least three times.

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Very weird - I could imagine that they made another set, a compilation from other sets, something like "best-of" (of course not my opinion).
This could also explain why that orang-utan is rather common in comparism with the other animals from the asia set, which are almost impossible to find.
Has anybody made similar experiences - maybe with four other items (to complete the set-theory)?
I could imagine that the tiger shark could be such an item, too. I stumbled upon that one rather often, too.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Mar 10, 2014 5:53 pm

I could imagine there was more ordered by the shops who sells this figurines, because they was better to sold because the species are more known

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:32 pm

yes, you could be right, Andreas.  scratch 

A few new informations about PV; found two more of the bee/wasp set:

Honey Bee - Apis spec. (mellifera?) + Golden Northern Bumble-bee - Bombus fervidus
The honey bee seems a bit weird in colour matters, usually they are more brownish...

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And now - taataa - I present two of the NUDIBRANCHES!
indeed I have to admit they look really different to what I expected, they are half-hollow and feel somewhat cheap. They are rather big (almost 10 cm in length; so I think there were not more than six, maybe even only three or four species, considering the small package sizes as with the wasps), no wonder there have been no confirmed sights yet, I guess everybody thought: weird cheap china stuff.  
But I love them, the "sluggish", soft rubberish grip feeling fits the species nicely:

Hypselodoris californiensis + Hopkinsia rosacea

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I hope to see more of those!


And last but not least four of the flea&lice&ticks set:

Cat Flea - Ctenocephalides felis
Bed Bug - Cimex lectularius
Head Louse - Pediculus humanus capitis
Dust Mite - Euroglyphus sp.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Mar 17, 2014 1:32 pm

OMG You finally found the Nudi's! Congratulations Beatrice! DON'T ever trade those away! Those could be the only ones you find for YEARS even. Good luck finding more! That's pretty amazing! Same with the ticks and fleas!!!  affraid cheers Applause Razz drunken 

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Mar 17, 2014 3:31 pm

Phantastic new catches Beatrice!!

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Mar 17, 2014 8:44 pm

We now know 2 species and the year is 1996!

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Fri Mar 21, 2014 8:46 am

Congrats for all your finds, I really enjoy these arthropods. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Apr 19, 2014 7:02 pm

my current frog collection:
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Apr 19, 2014 7:35 pm

Congrats Philipp!!

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Apr 19, 2014 8:17 pm

Congratulation Beatrice and Phillip  Applause 

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Sat Apr 19, 2014 8:53 pm

Here is a link to a large commerson dolphin

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu May 22, 2014 5:28 am

Does anybody know from which set is the forest buffalo?

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Jun 02, 2014 9:26 am

I can add from PV the Northern Red Salamander from 1995.

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- Red Salamander - Pseudotriton ruber
- Spotted Salamander - Ambystoma maculatum
- Long-toed Salamander - Ambystoma macrodactylum
- Marbled Salamander - Ambystoma opacum
- Longtail Salamander - Eurycea longicauda
- Mudpuppy - Necturus maculosus



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Here together with Salamander by Bullyland and red salamander by Safari Tennessee Aquarium.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Jun 02, 2014 10:04 am

Oh, such a beauty!! Big congratulations to such a rare catch cheers 

1995 is added now (and "northern" to the name).
So the salamanders seems to be one of the very first sets, together with geckos&chameleons, the lizards, water snakes&moray eels.
Obviously a reptile/amphibian year...
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Jun 02, 2014 10:05 am

A very beautieful catch!!

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:23 pm

Congrats! It seems as if PV is just as mysterious as Safari Ltd.! We seem to be finding figures and information we never knew existed from both companies.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:39 pm

Big Congratulation dear Yvette, it is an impressive catch  Applause 

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu Dec 31, 2015 4:05 pm

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WOW! How did I miss this topic?!  Anyway, back around 2003 I made a list of all the figures I could find at the time.  It's not all inclusive, but after a quick glance at the list on the first page, I can provide the following:

EXOTIC BEETLES - I have a picture of this set somewhere; once I find it, I'll post it w/ additonal info.
Carrion Beetle
Weevil (Eupholus sp.)
Fungus Beetle
Goliath Beetle (Goliathus sp.)
Jumnos ruckeri
Macrodontia cervicornis
South African Longhorn Beetle *without picture, I can't remember which one*
Woodboring Beetle - I belive a Buprestid (Metallic Woodboring Beetle / Jewel Beetle), but can't remember.

I'll try to find all the pictures I have (many came from PlayVisions original website or distributors) and I'll take a look over the list to see if I can add anything else.

I am not convinced there is a buprestid beetle in this set. The cerambycid with the wings spread is labeled 'South African longhorned beetle) and I think it's Tragocephala variegata (I know, the antennae are a bit short in the figure, but the color and location in South Africa are supportive). The figure marked 'wood boring beetle' is clearly a cerambycid and looks to be Rosenbergia straussi. The carrion beetle is genus Nicrophorus and the fungus beetle is family Erotylidae (looks akin to Megalodacninae but I dont know the tropical fauna)

By the way, the hard tick (which I recently acquired) is labeled 'deer tick' but this is not correct. Deer ticks implies the genus Ixodes, and the presence of eyes and festoons eliminated this as a possibility. I believe it is a wood tick (Dermacentor) or possibly Amblyomma maculatum. It appears to be a male, regardless :). Also, the dust mite might be better attributable to Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus. I see you already caught the other error (soft tick identified as a chigger). To be so detailed to create ectoparasites, one would think they'd get the names better.
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Jan 11, 2016 7:33 pm

The names of the set with lemurs is "Lemurs and Prosimians" , indian animals set named "Chitwan National Park" , african animals with sitatunga is "Okavango national park" and south american animals set is "Manu National Park".

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Jan 11, 2016 8:11 pm

oh wow, thank you for that detailled information, that is wonderful!
manu I knew, but the other titles are new to me!
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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Jan 11, 2016 8:51 pm

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oh wow, thank you for that detailled information, that is wonderful!
manu I knew, but the other titles are new to me!

I think i can find some more informations next time. And i really hope not only that. The problem is i get no answers for my emails.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Mon Jan 11, 2016 9:46 pm

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The names of the set with lemurs is "Lemurs and Prosimians" , indian animals set named "Chitwan National Park" , african animals with sitatunga is "Okavango national park" and south american animals set is "Manu National Park".

Great work Andreas! cheers
I will update Toy ANimal Wiki according with the information you obtained. Thanks for sharing the information here and also thanks to Blaine some other updates at the wiki were already made. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Wed Jan 13, 2016 5:36 pm

In the chitwan set is no orang utan, there is a tiger.

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Wed Jan 13, 2016 6:55 pm

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In the chitwan set is no orang utan, there is a tiger.

Yes, as soon as you revealed the name of the set, we started working on orangutan dismissal. Laughing Tiger was proposed originally and whoever did it, did it right.
Can you confirm [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]? Especially the Javan rhino? Couldn't it be an Indian rhino instead? Thanks again for your good work. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Wed Jan 13, 2016 7:59 pm

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In the chitwan set is no orang utan, there is a tiger.

Yes, as soon as you revealed the name of the set, we started working on orangutan dismissal.  Laughing Tiger was proposed originally and whoever did it, did it right.
Can you confirm [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]? Especially the Javan rhino? Couldn't it be an Indian rhino instead? Thanks again for your good work. Very Happy

Yes, the others are right. Yes, there is a javan rhino :)

What are also questions?

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Wed Jan 13, 2016 8:52 pm

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In the chitwan set is no orang utan, there is a tiger.

Yes, as soon as you revealed the name of the set, we started working on orangutan dismissal.  Laughing Tiger was proposed originally and whoever did it, did it right.
Can you confirm [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]? Especially the Javan rhino? Couldn't it be an Indian rhino instead? Thanks again for your good work. Very Happy

Yes, the others are right. Yes, there is a javan rhino :)

What are also questions?

Thanks, that's strange once as far as I could read, there's no Javan rhinos in this natural park, only Indian rhinos that are quite similar. study
The question marks means that we still don't know the number marked in each figure. They are important to determine which figure belongs to which bulk because some sets have the same figures with different numbers. We also use to put the animal name marked on figures as always as it is known. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu Jan 14, 2016 7:19 pm

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In the chitwan set is no orang utan, there is a tiger.

Yes, as soon as you revealed the name of the set, we started working on orangutan dismissal.  Laughing Tiger was proposed originally and whoever did it, did it right.
Can you confirm [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]? Especially the Javan rhino? Couldn't it be an Indian rhino instead? Thanks again for your good work. Very Happy

Yes, the others are right. Yes, there is a javan rhino :)

What are also questions?

Thanks, that's strange once as far as I could read, there's no Javan rhinos in this natural park, only Indian rhinos that are quite similar. study
The question marks means that we still don't know the number marked in each figure. They are important to determine which figure belongs to which bulk because some sets have the same figures with different numbers. We also use to put the animal name marked on figures as always as it is known. Very Happy

Of a small pic it looks more like a javan rhino (but the pic is small and my eyes more like a mole) but a indian rhino have a sense :)

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Thu Jan 14, 2016 9:45 pm

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In the chitwan set is no orang utan, there is a tiger.

Yes, as soon as you revealed the name of the set, we started working on orangutan dismissal.  Laughing Tiger was proposed originally and whoever did it, did it right.
Can you confirm [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]? Especially the Javan rhino? Couldn't it be an Indian rhino instead? Thanks again for your good work. Very Happy

Yes, the others are right. Yes, there is a javan rhino :)

What are also questions?

Thanks, that's strange once as far as I could read, there's no Javan rhinos in this natural park, only Indian rhinos that are quite similar. study
The question marks means that we still don't know the number marked in each figure. They are important to determine which figure belongs to which bulk because some sets have the same figures with different numbers. We also use to put the animal name marked on figures as always as it is known. Very Happy

Of a small pic it looks more like a javan rhino (but the pic is small and my eyes more like a mole) but a indian rhino have a sense :)

:lol:I think regarding these two species we are all moles. It is not easy to identify a Javan rhino from an Indian rhino, mainly when you're seeing toys. Very Happy  As a point of curiousity, I am adding the two diagrams that AnimalCorner uses to their anatomy. Laughing
One of the most relevant differences is that skin folds are less evident in Javan rhinos. Hard to see indeed. So, I think it is safe to assume it is an Indian rhinoceros. Very Happy  Will you get these figures?



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In the chitwan set is no orang utan, there is a tiger.

Yes, as soon as you revealed the name of the set, we started working on orangutan dismissal.  Laughing Tiger was proposed originally and whoever did it, did it right.
Can you confirm [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]? Especially the Javan rhino? Couldn't it be an Indian rhino instead? Thanks again for your good work. Very Happy

Yes, the others are right. Yes, there is a javan rhino :)

What are also questions?

Thanks, that's strange once as far as I could read, there's no Javan rhinos in this natural park, only Indian rhinos that are quite similar. study
The question marks means that we still don't know the number marked in each figure. They are important to determine which figure belongs to which bulk because some sets have the same figures with different numbers. We also use to put the animal name marked on figures as always as it is known. Very Happy

Of a small pic it looks more like a javan rhino (but the pic is small and my eyes more like a mole) but a indian rhino have a sense :)

:lol:I think regarding these two species we are all moles. It is not easy to identify a Javan rhino from an Indian rhino, mainly when you're seeing toys. Very Happy  As a point of curiousity, I am adding the two diagrams that AnimalCorner uses to their anatomy. Laughing
One of the most relevant differences is that skin folds are less evident in Javan rhinos. Hard to see indeed. So, I think it is safe to assume it is an Indian rhinoceros. Very Happy  Will you get these figures?



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Yes i will get but i lost more and more my hope. I sent a lot of emails but i get no answer.

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Yes i will get but i lost more and more my hope. I sent a lot of emails but i get no answer.

That's a pity! Sad I hope you are lucky and you get them.
In any case save the pic of the sale, it may be useful. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Play Visions: listing of sets, animals and scientific names   Fri Jan 15, 2016 6:12 pm

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Yes i will get but i lost more and more my hope. I sent a lot of emails but i get no answer.

That's a pity! Sad I hope you are lucky and you get them.
In any case save the pic of the sale, it may be useful. Very Happy

The pics are not a problem.

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