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Arthropods

Postby Arthropoda » Sat Jul 22, 2017 6:43 pm

This game has a severe lack of arthropods. Making one bug house for arthropods of all three eras (paleo, meso, ceno) is completely stupid. It's like making a 'vertebrate house' that includes mammoths, hadrosaurs, and lepospondyls. That's not to mention that arthropod species that are included are large charismatic species. I love arthropleura as much as the next guy, but come, it is a freak exception. The vast majority of arthropods, from when they first appeared all the way to right now, are small. Even in the carboniferous. So here's my proposal.

We make at least one 'bug house' for each era. Particularly notable species get their own exhibit. Aquatic species will be scattered throughout aquariums.

I have a giant list of prehistoric arthropods that would make good additions.

Strudiella devonica

Parastylotermes krishnai

Mesotitanodes tillyardi

Vanessa amerindica

Apthoroblattina carbonis

Lithodryas Styx

Jupitellia charon

Isotelus rex

Oligodonta florissantensis

Uralichas hispanicus

Barbarothea florissant

Terataspis grandis

Branchipodites Vectensis

Megalograptus shideleri

Isoxys auritus

Archimylacris eggintoni

Kangacaris Zhangi

Eoarthropleura devonica

Trinucleus fimbriatus

Arthropleura armata

Bristolia insolens

Megarachne servinei

Boedaspis ensifer

Stylonurus excelsior

Odontopleura ovata

Pterygotus anglicus

Hoplolichoides conicotuberculatus

Jaekelopterus rhenaniae

Hsuaspis bilobata

Arthrolycosa antiqua

Meganeura monyi

Eoplectreurys gertschi

Strashila incredibilis

Degamella evansi

Harpes macrocephalus

Lejopyge laevigata

Neodrepanura premesnili

Kleptothule rasmusseni

Buenaspis forteyi

Pauloterminus spinodorsalis

Epicharmeropsis hexavenulosus

Geralinura carbonaria

Martinssonia elongata

Fortiforceps foliosa

Lepidocaris rhyniensis

Rehbachiella kinnekullensis

Pulmonoscorpius kirktonensis

Eophyllium messelensis

Brontoscorpio anglicus

Acropyga glaesaria

Titanomyrma giganteum

Electromyrmococcus abductus

Electrinocellia peculiaris

Hastocularis argus

Dryinus grimaldii

Palaeophonus nuncius

Sarotrocercus oblita

Rhyniella praecursor

Burgessia bella

Baltocteniza kulickae

Praearcturus gigas

Baltimartyria rasnitsyni

Mazothairos enormis

Brevivulva electroma

Deinotitan orenburgensis

Aspidopleura baltica

Dollocaris ingens

Palaeovespa florissantia

Aquilonifer spinosus

Ainiktozoon loganense

Eurypterus remipes

Attercopus fimbriunguis

Stenodictya lobata

Beckwithia typa

Fuxianhuia protensa

Cryptomartus hindi

Daohugoucossus shii

Canadaspis perfecta

Synophalos xynos

Eryon arctiformis

Saurophthirus longipes

Phacops latifrons

Kalligramma haeckeli

Calymene blumenbachii

Odaraia alata

Cyclopyge rediviva

Walliserops trifurcatus

Agnostus pisiformis

Elrathia kingi

Olenellus thompsoni

Asaphiscus heeleri

Permotipula patricia

Rosamygale grauvogel

Protelytron permianum

Mongolarachne jurassica

Dasyleptus brongniarti

Manipulator modificaputis

Lepidodasypus sharovi

Raptoplatta waddingtonae

Probnis speciosa

Santanmantis axelrodi

Parapaleomerus sinensis

Electroblemma bifida

Cascoplecia insolitis

Acadiocaris novascotica

Jeholops hongi

Pseudarmadillo cristatus

Glossopterum martynovae

Acanthomeridion serratum

Gerarus longicollis

Leanchoilia superlata

Dieconeura arcuata

Palaeocarpilius aquitanicus

Dichentomum tinctum

Rhyniognatha hirsti

Waptia fieldensis

Ororaphidia megalocephala

Emeraldella brocki

Alavaraphidia imperterrita

Molaria spinifera

Meganeuropsis permiana

Chelopterum peregrinum

Marrella splendens

Electrokoenenia yaksha

Profallotaspis jakutensis

Idmonarachne brasieri

Scepasma handlirsch

Antrimpos speciosus

Clatrotitan andersoni

Eryma mandelslohi

Cyclopyge rediviva

Harpactocarcinus punctulatus

Sidneyia inexpectans

Camelomecia janovitzi

Mickoleitia longimanus

Ceratomyrmex ellenbergeri

Mesolimulus walchi

Gerontoformica orientalis

Schistomerus californense

Burmaleon magnificus

Euphoberia spinulosa

Stenophlebia latreillei

Acantherpestes major

Drotops megalomanicus

Archidesmus macnicoli

Paradoxides davidis

Schramixerxes gerem

Olenoides serratus

Microdecemplex rolfei

Clypecaris serrata

Platypedia primigenia

Wisangocaris barbarahardyae

Homalonotus knighti

Actenobius magneoculus

Kodymirus vagans

Psyllototus progenitor

Chenops yixianensis

Elephantomyia bozenae

Palaeopagurus vandelenengeli

Gyaclavator kohlsi

Gigatitan vulgaris

Pentecopterus decorahensis

Ceratomyrmex ellenbergeri

Yawunik kootenayi

Qiyia jurassica

Electrotettix attenboroughi

Waptia fieldensis

Yohoia tenuis

Tegopelte gigas

Jurassipanorpa impunctata

Sanctacaris uncata

Pseudopulex jurassicus

Naraoia compacta

Palaeotarbus jerami

Palaeocharinus rhyniensis

Uintascorpio halandrasorum

Sylvacoleus richteri

Han solo

Geratonephila burmanica

Palaeoisopus problematicus

Goldenbergia sp

Euproops danae

Protembia permiana

Mixopterus kiaeri

Lecorium elongatum

Euphoberia armigera

Paraprisca fragilis

Bojophlebia prokopi

Asthenohymen dunbari

Namurotypus sippeli

Protohymen readi

Ostenocaris cypriformis

Psocidium kansasense

Dithyrocaris rolfei

Protoclaviger trichodens

Acutiramus macrophthalmus

Sphecomyrma freyi

Asaphus kowalewskii

Melittosphex burmensis

Dalmanites limulurus

Archaeolepis mane

Cheirurus ingricus

Anebos phrixos

Dicranurus monstrosus

Remopleurides nanus

Mazoscolopendra richardsoni

Carolinites genacinaca

Latzelia primordialis

Globampyx trinucleoides

Anonychomyrma constricta

Chasmataspis laurencii

Agroecomyrmex duisburgi

Alalcomenaeus cambricus

Aphaenogaster sommerfeldti

Branchiocaris sp

Termitaradus mitnicki

Forfexicaris valida

Paleuthygramma tenuicornis

Misszhouia longicaudata

Permothemis sp

Apankura machu

Protereisma permianum

Aglaspis spinifer

Liomopterum orantum

Euthycarcinus kessleri

Lemmatophora typa

Triops ornatus

Permopanorpa inaequalis

Plesiosiro madeleyi

Raphidiomimula burmitica

Aphantomartus pustulatus

Sojanoraphidia rossica

Pectocaris spatiosa

Hallucinochrysa diogenesi

Burlingia balangensis

Pneumodesmus newmani

Baikuris maximus

Yunnanopalinura schrami

Tityus apozonalli

Yunnanolimulus luopingensis

Ampezzoa triassica

Gigantotermes rex

Dolichophonus loudonensis

Mimetaster hexagonalis

Mesotarbus peteri

Phytophilaspis pergamena

Paleokoenenia mordax

Manoblatta bertrandi

Dracochela deprehendor

Protophasma dumasi

Cornupalpatum burmanicum

Titanophasma fayoli

Eophrynus prestvicii

Proplebeia dominicana

Phrynus resinae

Haidomyrmex scimitarus

Mesoproctus rowlandi

Nereocaris exilis

Pseudoniscus aculeatus

Camptophyllia eltringhami

Achanarraspis reedi

Aethiocarenus burmanicus

Habelia optata

Astreptolabis ethirosomatia

Weinbergina opitzi

Azteca alpha

Diochus electrus

Gerontoformica tendir

Rosamygale grauvogeli

Gerontoformica spiralis

Proscorpius osborni

Gerontoformica robustus

Gondwanascorpio emzantsiensis

Gerontoformica orientalis

Aeglina prisca

Gerontoformica maraudara

Palaeopalaemon newberryi

Gerontoformica gracilis

Chengjiangocaris kunmingensis

Zigrasimecia ferox

Xandarella spectaculum

Haliestes dasos

Helmetia expansa

Dibasterium durgae

Kiisortoqia soperi

Cordulagomphus tuberculatus

Skioldia aldna

Kootenichela deppi

Kwanyinaspis maotianshanensis

Branchiocaris pretiosa

Atopopsyllus cionus

Vetufebrus ovatus

Triasacarus fedelei

Isophlebia aspasia

Megatypus schucherti

Aeger tipularius

Choristotanyderus nanus

Carcinosoma scoticus

Slimonia acuminata

Kainops invius

Crotalocephalus sp

Aaveqaspis inesoni

Acadagnostus acadicus

Actaeus armatus

Cambropachycope clarksoni

Carpopenaeus callirostris

Dolichopterus macrochirus

Ellipsocephalus hoffi

Encrinurus punctatus

Eoredlichia intermedia

Goticaris longispinosa

Haikoucaris ercaiensis

Occacaris oviformis

Skania fragilis

Sarotorocercus oblita

Tuzoia sinensis

Urokodia aequalis

Mollisonia symmetrica

Montecaris strunensis

Deiphon forbesi

Acutiramus cummingsi

Castracollis wilsonae

Almatium gusevi

Surusicaris elegans

Fortiforceps foliosa

Martinssonia elongata

Squamacula clypeata

Cheloniellon calmani

Retifacies abnormalis

Saperion glumaceum

Kunmingella douvillei

Leonaspis roemeri

Ctenopterus cestrotus

Gigantocharinus szatmaryi

Turanophlebia sinica

Dunbaria fascipennis

Eramoscorpius brucensis

Australaglaspis stonyensis

Blaculla nikoides

Nymphatelina gravida

Strudops goldenbergi

Cretoleptochromus archaicus

Elephantomyia irinae

Burmametra macrocarinata

Emesopsis putshkovi

Latiblattella avita

Platyperla marquati

Yantarocentrus gusakovi

Kolihapeltis chlupaci

Kitakamicaris utatsuensis

Emucaris fava

Concavus concavus

Priscansermarinus barnetti

Kuamaia lata

Skara hunanensis

Lemmatophora typica

Eugeropteron lunatum

Strabops thacheri

Rhenocystis latipedunculata

Corcorania trispinosa

Megalaspis sp

Kaltanicupes richteri

Drepanopterus abonensis

Hoploparia longimana

Oregramma illecebrosa

Strashila daohugouensis

Offacolus kingi

Yantaromyrmex geinitzi

Pseudogarypus synchrotron

Buccinatormyia magnifica

Crotalocephalus gibbus

Hypodicranotus striatulus

Alokistocare harrisi

Hoplolichas tricuspidatus

Graeophonus sp

Urda rostrata

Archidermapteron martynovi

Dermapteron incerta

Asiodiplatys speciousus

Oviparosiphum stictum

Chresmoda obscura

Avitelmessus grapsoideus

Amynilyspes crescens

Carmenelectra shechisme

Emuella polymera

Knebelia bilobata

Pagetia sp

Plumalexius rasnitsyni

Zacanthoides typicalis

Formicium sp

Palaeocaris typus

Acanthotelson stimpsoni

Anthracaris gracilis

Cascolus ravitis

Adelophthalmus granosus

Campylocephalus oculatus

Sphaerocoryphe dentata

Pseudoarctolepis sharpi

Erasipteroides valentini

Mongolbittacus daohugoensis

Amarantoraphidia ventolina

Kabatarina pattersoni

Eospilopsyllus kobberti

Tokummia katalepsis

Aptenoperissus burmanicus

Ypresiosirex orthosemos




Hell, why not add some of their not quite arthropod relatives too?
Opabinia regalis

Anomalocaris canadensis

Tamisiocaris borealis

Lyrarapax unguispinus

Kerygmachela kierkegaardi

Pambdelurion whittingtoni

Parapeytoia yunnanensis

Schinderhannes bartelsi

Hurdia victoria

Aegirocassis benmoulae

Myoscolex ateles

Peytoia nathorsti

Collinsium ciliosum

Helenodora inopinata

Hallucigenia sparsa

Microdictyon effusum


Siberian orsten tardigrade

Siberion lenaicus

Aysheaia pedunculata

Diania cactiformis

Paucipodia inermis

Mureropodia apae

Miraluolishania haikouensis

Facivermis yunnanicus

Jianshanopodia decora

Beorn leggi



So, what do you think?
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Re: Arthropods

Postby ProjectMammoth » Sat Jul 22, 2017 11:06 pm

that's..... quite a long list ya got there
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Re: Arthropods

Postby Arthropoda » Sun Jul 23, 2017 1:39 am

ProjectMammoth wrote:that's..... quite a long list ya got there

But thats good right? The more the better.
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Re: Arthropods

Postby ProjectMammoth » Sun Jul 23, 2017 10:57 am

yeah, yeah, yeah.........
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Re: Arthropods

Postby Arthropoda » Sun Jul 23, 2017 11:18 am

ProjectMammoth wrote:yeah, yeah, yeah.........

Is there a problem?
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Re: Arthropods

Postby Merking » Sun Jul 23, 2017 2:33 pm

Please add blank spaces between each animal so I can mark the name and google search it easier
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Re: Arthropods

Postby NublarRex » Tue Aug 08, 2017 12:17 pm

I'm not sure if a game with a primary focus on dinosaurs will add a ton of overgrown bugs.
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Re: Arthropods

Postby Arthropoda » Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:49 pm

NublarRex wrote:I'm not sure if a game with a primary focus on dinosaurs will add a ton of overgrown bugs.
The vast majority of these are normal sized. Only a handful are "overgrown". People need to realize that giants like Meganeura are freak exceptions and by no means the norm.
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Re: Arthropods

Postby NublarRex » Fri Aug 11, 2017 11:14 pm

True, but I am also sure that the vast majority may not be added as they will be more numerous than the animals and theirs just too many to add.
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Re: Arthropods

Postby Arthropoda » Fri Aug 11, 2017 11:39 pm

NublarRex wrote:more numerous than the animals
What do you mean by that? They are part of the animals.
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