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Plumed Basiliscus (Bullyland - Wild Life).
« on: April 17, 2014, 12:18:23 PM »
Hello friends, this is the figure of Plumed Basiliscus (Basiliscus plumifrons) Cope, 1876 of Bullyland - Wild Life. Total lenght is 140 mm. Nowadays it is available. Plumed basilisks are bright green with small bluish spots along the dorsal ridge. These lizards may grow up to 3 ft in length (most of which is tail), with an average length of about 2 ft . Males have three crests: one on the head, one on their back, and one on the tail. The females, however, only have one crest, on the head.















Bullyland have done a lot of figures of animals, but the quality of their figures are not too good. Currently the quality of their figures are better than the past. This figure is one of the reptiles replicas of its line of lizards and snakes. This figure is one of this figure of the past that a good example of a great quality figure. The sculpt, details, colors and proportions are really cool. From my point of view is one of the bets figures of this lizard. I bought this figure one month ago in the store of National Natural Science Museum of Madrid (Spain)  ^-^.


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Re: Plumed Basiliscus (Bullyland - Wild Life).
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2014, 12:42:22 PM »
Hehe, a little over 20 years ago I had live specimens of these at home. Impressive, but they need very much space. The figure is very nice, too. :) I just wish the tail wasn't curved that much, it's usually held much more straight than the figure shows.

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Re: Plumed Basiliscus (Bullyland - Wild Life).
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2014, 04:06:31 PM »
Hehe, a little over 20 years ago I had live specimens of these at home. Impressive, but they need very much space. The figure is very nice, too. :) I just wish the tail wasn't curved that much, it's usually held much more straight than the figure shows.

Thanks friend, I think that its tail is for stetetic results of the sculptor, but it is a nice figure in general  ^-^.
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