28669http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-DDCDB8-0-0-0-1.png#ddcdb8#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/seas-rising/Sea level rise refers to an increase in the volume of water in the world’s oceans, resulting in an increase in global mean sea level. Sea level rise is usually attributed to global climate change by thermal expansion of the water in the oceans and by melting of Ice sheets and glaciers on land. Melting […]PHYLO: THE TRADING CARD GAME | The PHYLO(MON) PROJECTSeas RisingEvent Card0https://farm1.staticflickr.com/691/32052088562_34a5e82a29_o_d.jpg<p><strong>Play:</strong> Place this card on any terrestrial SPECIES card.</p> <p><strong>Effect:</strong> The SPECIES card, as well as any other horizontally adjacent SPECIES cards (that cannot live in the water), are immediately discarded. </p> <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://dinosaursunearthed.com">dinosaursunearthed.com</a></div>Dinosaurs Uneartheddinosaursunearthed.com <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>000<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_level_rise">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_level_rise<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28668http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-DDCDB8-0-0-0-1.png#ddcdb8#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/ice-age/An ice age is a period of long-term reduction in the temperature of Earth‘s surface and atmosphere, resulting in the presence or expansion of continental and polar ice sheets and alpine glaciers. Within a long-term ice age, individual pulses of cold climate are termed “glacial periods” (or alternatively “glacials” or “glaciations” or colloquially as “ice […]Ice AgeIce AgeEvent Card0https://farm1.staticflickr.com/276/32052080902_43a5d153f9_o_d.jpg<p><strong>Play:</strong> Place this card on any SPECIES card. </p> <p><strong>Effect:</strong> The SPECIES card is immediately discarded. Leave the Ice Age card in the space and all adjacent cards are “frozen” (cannont be moved). When your opponent has finished their turn, discard the Ice Age card.</p> <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://dinosaursunearthed.com">dinosaursunearthed.com</a></div>Dinosaurs Uneartheddinosaursunearthed.com <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>000<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_age">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_age<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28667http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-DDCDB8-0-0-0-1.png#ddcdb8#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/sand-storm/A dust storm is a meteorological phenomenon common in arid and semi-arid regions. Dust storms arise when a gust front or other strong wind blows loose sand and dirt from a dry surface. Particles are transported by saltation and suspension, a process that moves soil from one place and deposits it in another. Drylands around […]Sand StormSand StormEvent Card0https://farm1.staticflickr.com/536/31825103130_97a6f273fc_o_d.jpg<p><strong>Play:</strong> Place this card on any terrestrial SPECIES card.</p> <p><strong>Effect:</strong> The SPECIES is immediately discarded. In the same action, this EVENT moves onto an adjacent card. A game of rock-paper-scissors determines whether this next SPECIES is also discarded. Repeat until your opponent wins wins at rock-paper-scissors. </p> <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://dinosaursunearthed.com">dinosaursunearthed.com</a></div>Dinosaurs Uneartheddinosaursunearthed.com <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>000<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dust_storm">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dust_storm<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28665http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-DDCDB8-0-0-0-1.png#ddcdb8#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/volcano-2/A volcano is a rupture in the crust of a planetary-mass object, such as Earth, that allows hot lava, volcanic ash, and gases to escape from a magma chamber below the surface. Earth’s volcanoes occur because its crust is broken into 17 major, rigid tectonic plates that float on a hotter, softer layer in its […]VolcanoVolcanoEvent Card0https://farm1.staticflickr.com/348/32052094862_058a0db056_o_d.jpg<p><strong>Play:</strong> Place this card on any SPECIES card.</p> <p><strong>Effect:</strong> The SPECIES card is immediately discarded</p> <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://dinosaursunearthed.com">dinosaursunearthed.com</a></div>Dinosaurs Uneartheddinosaursunearthed.com <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>000<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volcano">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volcano<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28664http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-DDCDB8-0-0-0-1.png#ddcdb8#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/time-travel/Time travel is the concept of movement (such as by a human) between certain points in time, analogous to movement between different points in space, typically using a hypothetical device known as a time machine, in the form of a vehicle or of a portal connecting distant points in time. Time travel is a recognized […]Time Travel!Time Travel!Event Card0https://farm1.staticflickr.com/493/31825110290_9785ee0e75_o_d.jpg<p><strong>Play:</strong> Play immediately after an opponent’s EVENT card is played.</p> <p><strong>Effect:</strong> The opponent’s EVENT card is immediately discarded, and its effects are cancelled. The Time Travel card is then also discarded. </p> <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://dinosaursunearthed.com">dinosaursunearthed.com</a></div>Dinosaurs Uneartheddinosaursunearthed.com <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>000<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_travel">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_travel<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28663http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-DDCDB8-0-0-0-1.png#ddcdb8#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/climate-change-5/Climate change is a change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns when that change lasts for an extended period of time (i.e., decades to millions of years). Climate change may refer to a change in average weather conditions, or in the time variation of weather around longer-term average conditions (i.e., more or fewer extreme […]Climate ChangeClimate ChangeEvent Card0https://farm1.staticflickr.com/330/31825097270_caee3c9172_o_d.jpg<p><strong>Play:</strong> Place this card on any SPECIES card.</p> <p><strong>Effect:</strong> The SPECIES is immediately discarded. Leave the Climate Change card in the space. After your opponent has had their turn, any SPECIES that is still adjacent (horizontal and vertical) to this card (as well as this event card) is also discarded. </p> <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://dinosaursunearthed.com">dinosaursunearthed.com</a></div>Dinosaurs Uneartheddinosaursunearthed.com <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>000<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_change">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_change<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/collections/106281">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/collections/106281<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28662http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-CEE8BE-forest-forest-forest-1.png#cee8be#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/mamenchisaurus/Mamenchisaurus (/mɑːˈmʌntʃiˈsɔːrəs/ mah-mun-chi-sawr-əs,[1] or spelling pronunciation /məˌmɛntʃiˈsɔːrəs/) is a sauropod dinosaur genus including several species, known for their remarkably long necks[2] which made up half the total body length.[3] It is known from numerous species which ranged in time from 160 to 145 million years ago, from the Oxfordian to Tithonian ages of the late […]MamenchisaurusMamenchisaurusMamenchisaurus<img alt="Scale 9" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/9.png" />9<img alt="Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/herbivore2.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/756/32082525731_852eb45075_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with chordata" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/chordata/">Chordata</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with reptilia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/reptilia/">Reptilia</a>5<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Mamenchisaurus</i> had a MOVE of 2. </p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> Had the longest neck of any creature that lived, stretching to 18 meters. </p> warm, hot<0>warm<1>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://dinosaursunearthed.com">dinosaursunearthed.com</a></div>Dinosaurs Uneartheddinosaursunearthed.com <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>forestforestforest<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mamenchisaurus">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mamenchisaurus<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/46370693/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/46370693/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28661http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-F4D6D4-forest-tundra-tundra-1.png#f4d6d4#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/metriacanthosaurus/Metriacanthosaurus (meaning “moderately-spined lizard”) is a genus of metriacanthosaurid dinosaur from the upper Oxford Clay of England, dating to the mid-Jurassic Period, about 160 million years ago (lower Oxfordian).   (From Wikipedia: March 2017)MetriacanthosaurusMetriacanthosaurusMetriacanthosaurus<img alt="Scale 9" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/9.png" />9<img alt="Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/carnivore3.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/631/32162464926_6db59c9859_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with chordata" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/chordata/">Chordata</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with reptilia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/reptilia/">Reptilia</a>7<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Metriacanthosaurus</i> had a MOVE of 2. </p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> Not much is known about this dinosaur, and it has been renamed 3 times since its discovery in 1923.</p> warm, hot<0>warm<1>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://dinosaursunearthed.com">dinosaursunearthed.com</a></div>Dinosaurs Uneartheddinosaursunearthed.com <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>foresttundratundra<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metriacanthosaurus">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metriacanthosaurus<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/46328876/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/46328876/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28660http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-CEE8BE-forest-tundra-tundra-1.png#cee8be#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/huayangosaurus/Huayangosaurus is a genus of stegosaurian dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic of China. The name derives from “Huayang” (華陽), an alternate name for Sichuan (the province where it was discovered), and “saurus”, meaning “lizard”. It lived during the Bathonian to Callovian stages, around 165 million years ago, some 20 million years before its famous relative, […]HuayangosaurusHuayangosaurusHuayangosaurus<img alt="Scale 8" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/8.png" />8<img alt="Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/herbivore2.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/699/32200898185_4b62625c53_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with chordata" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/chordata/">Chordata</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with reptilia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/reptilia/">Reptilia</a>4<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Huayangosaurus</i> had a MOVE of 2. </p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> This dinosaur had teeth in the front of its mouth and was also one of the smallest of the stegosaurus. It fed on ferns, cycads, and conifers. </p> warm, hot<0>warm<1>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://dinosaursunearthed.com">dinosaursunearthed.com</a></div>Dinosaurs Uneartheddinosaursunearthed.com <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>foresttundratundra<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huayangosaurus">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huayangosaurus<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/4658073/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/4658073/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28658http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-F4D6D4-forest-tundra-tundra-1.png#f4d6d4#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/yangchuanosaurus/Yangchuanosaurus is an extinct genus of metriacanthosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in China during the Bathonian and Callovian stages of the Middle Jurassic, and was similar in size and appearance to its North American relative, Allosaurus. It hails from the Upper Shaximiao Formation and was the largest predator in a landscape which included the sauropods […]YangchuanosaurusYangchuanosaurusYangchuanosaurus<img alt="Scale 9" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/9.png" />9<img alt="Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/carnivore3.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/486/32052163942_0663420ee5_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with chordata" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/chordata/">Chordata</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with reptilia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/reptilia/">Reptilia</a>6<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Yangchuanosaurus</i> had a MOVE of 2. </p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> This dinosaur possessed a tail that made up half of its total length. </p> warm, hot<0>warm<1>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://dinosaursunearthed.com">dinosaursunearthed.com</a></div>Dinosaurs Uneartheddinosaursunearthed.com <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>foresttundratundra<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yangchuanosaurus">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yangchuanosaurus<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/4433967/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/4433967/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28653http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-F4D6D4-tundra-tundra-forest-1.png#f4d6d4#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/monolophosaurus/Monolophosaurus (/ˌmɒnoʊˌlɒfoʊˈsɔːrəs/ mon-o-lof-ə-sawr-əs;[1] meaning “single-crested lizard”) is a genus of tetanuran theropoddinosaur from the Middle Jurassic Shishugou Formation in what is now Xinjiang, China.[2][3] It was named for the single crest on top of its skull. Monolophosaurus was a mid sized carnosaurian carnivore at about 5 metres long.   (From: Wikipedia, February 2017)MonolophosaurusMonolophosaurusMonolophosaurus<img alt="Scale 9" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/9.png" />9<img alt="Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/carnivore3.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/472/32082532981_d98f8a6fdc_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with chordata" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/chordata/">Chordata</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with reptilia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/reptilia/">Reptilia</a>6<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Nonolophosaurus</i> </p> <p><strong>Play:</strong> The singe crest was hollow with canals that led to a nasal passage. This indicated that it had the ability to produce sound through the crest and to sing or call to a potential mate. </p> cool, warm, hot<0>cool<1>warm<2>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/">www.dinosaursunearthed.com/</a></div>Dinosaurs Unearthedhttp://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/ <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>tundratundraforest<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monolophosaurus">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monolophosaurus<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/4434307/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/4434307/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28652http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-CEE8BE-tundra-tundra-forest-1.png#cee8be#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/stegosaurus/Stegosaurus (/ˌstɛɡəˈsɔːrəs/[1]) is a genus of armored dinosaur. Their fossil bones have been found in rocks dated to the Late Jurassicperiod (Kimmeridgian to early Tithonian ages), between 155 and 150 million years ago, in the western United States and Portugal. Several species have been classified in the upper Morrison Formation of the western U.S, though only […]StegosaurusStegosaurusStegosaurus <img alt="Scale 9" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/9.png" />9<img alt="Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/herbivore2.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/631/32052153722_46fdf6ca6e_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with chordata" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/chordata/">Chordata</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with reptilia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/reptilia/">Reptilia</a>4<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Stegosaurus</i> had a MOVE of 2. </p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> When threatened, Stegosaurus would turn its head back to look over its shoulder: this way to better aim the swing of its dangerous tail.</p> cool, warm<0>cool<1>warm <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/">www.dinosaursunearthed.com/</a></div>Dinosaurs Unearthedhttp://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/ <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>tundratundraforest<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stegosaurus">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stegosaurus<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/46370922/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/46370922/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28650http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-DDCDB8-ocean-ocean-fresh-water-1.png#ddcdb8#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/shrimp/Aeger elegans is a species of fossil prawn from the Solnhofen Plattenkalk.[1]   (From: Wikipedia, February 2017)ShrimpShrimpAeger elegans<img alt="Scale 4" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/4.png" />4<img alt="Diat: carbon-macromolecules , Hierachy 1" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/carbon-macromolecules1.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/773/31390490413_4a5bc7207b_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with arthropoda" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/arthropoda/">Arthropoda</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with malacostraca" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/malacostraca/">Malacostraca</a>1<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Aeger elegant</i> had a MOVE of 1. </p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> This is a species of shrimp that was found in the Solnhofen limestone of Germany. </p> cool, warm<0>cool<1>warm <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/">www.dinosaursunearthed.com/</a></div>Dinosaurs Unearthedhttp://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/ <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>oceanoceanfresh-water<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeger_elegans">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeger_elegans<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/10522327/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/10522327/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28649http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-CEE8BE-tundra-tundra-forest-1.png#cee8be#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/scorpionfly/Miriholcorpa is an extinct genus of scorpionfly (Mecoptera) from the Middle Jurassic period of China. The type and only species is M. forcipata, described in 2013.   (From: Wikipedia, February 2017)ScorpionflyScorpionflyMiriholcorpa forcipata<img alt="Scale 4" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/4.png" />4<img alt="Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/herbivore2.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/326/31359378974_b155e9bb14_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with arthropoda" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/arthropoda/">Arthropoda</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with insecta" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/insecta/">Insecta</a>2<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Scorpionfly</i> had a FLIGHT of 2. </p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> The Scorpionfly had a general bulb that was enlarged with pincer-like structures, and thought to be used in intrasexual competition with males, and/or a sexual display to attract females. </p> cool, warm, hot<0>cool<1>warm<2>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/">www.dinosaursunearthed.com/</a></div>Dinosaurs Unearthedhttp://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/ <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>tundratundraforest<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miriholcorpa">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miriholcorpa<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/42386008/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/42386008/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28648http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-EDEDC2-forest-forest-forest-1.png#ededc2#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/norfolk-island-pine/Araucaria mirabilis is an extinct species of coniferous tree from Patagonia, Argentina. It belongs to the section Bunya (the only living species of which is Araucaria bidwillii from Australia) of the genus Araucaria. A. mirabilis are known from large amounts of very well preserved silicified wood and cones from the Cerro Cuadrado Petrified Forest, including […]Norfolk Island PineNorfolk Island PineAraucaria mirabilis<img alt="Scale 9" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/9.png" />9<img alt="Diat: photosynthetic , Hierachy 1" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/photosynthetic1.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/311/31359371104_369533d765_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with plantae" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/plantae/">Plantae</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with pinophyta" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/pinophyta/">Pinophyta</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with pinopsida-2" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/pinopsida-2/">Pinopsida</a>2<p><strong>Fact:</strong> Araucarian conifers were dominant during the Jurassic period. They were found in tropical rain forests. </p> cool, warm, hot<0>cool<1>warm<2>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/">www.dinosaursunearthed.com/</a></div>Dinosaurs Unearthedhttp://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/ <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>forestforestforest<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Araucaria_mirabilis">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Araucaria_mirabilis<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/39373919/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/39373919/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28647http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-CEE8BE-tundra-tundra-forest-1.png#cee8be#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/tuojiangosaurus/Tuojiangosaurus (meaning “Tuo River lizard”) is a genus of herbivorous stegosaurid dinosaur from the Late Jurassic Period, recovered from the Upper Shaximiao Formation of what is now Sichuan Province in China.   (From: Wikipedia, February 2017)TuojiangosaurusTuojiangosaurusTuojiangosaurus<img alt="Scale 9" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/9.png" />9<img alt="Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/herbivore2.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/386/32052155242_b95281bbf4_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with chordata" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/chordata/">Chordata</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with reptilia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/reptilia/">Reptilia</a>3<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Tuojiangosaurs</i> had a MOVE of 2. </p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> Fed on low growing ferns and cycads. Had four paired spines at the end of its tail that it used for defense. </p> cool, warm, hot<0>cool<1>warm<2>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed </em></span><a href="http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/">www.dinosaursunearthed.com/</a></div>Dinosaurs Unearthed http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/ <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>tundratundraforest<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuojiangosaurus">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuojiangosaurus<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/13154381/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/13154381/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28646http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-CEE8BE-tundra-tundra-forest-1.png#cee8be#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/omeisaurus/Omeisaurus (meaning “Omei lizard”) is a genus of sauropod dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic Period (Bathonian–Callovian stage) of what is now China. Its name comes from Mount Emei, where it was discovered in the lower Shaximiao Formation of Sichuan Province. Like other sauropods, Omeisaurus was herbivorous and large. It measured 20.2 metres (66 ft) long, and weighed […]OmeisaurusOmeisaurusOmeisaurus<img alt="Scale 9" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/9.png" />9<img alt="Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/herbivore2.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/553/32052151202_7d6b4cf29e_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with chordata" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/chordata/">Chordata</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with reptilia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/reptilia/">Reptilia</a>3<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Omeisaurus</i> had a MOVE of 2.</p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> Predators may have deterred from attacking Omeisaurus, not only because of its huge size, but also because it had a huge bony tail club (and possibly tail spikes). </p> cool, warm, hot<0>cool<1>warm<2>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurus Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/">www.dinosaursunearthed.com/</a></div>Dinosaurus Unearthedhttp://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/ <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>tundratundraforest<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omeisaurus">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omeisaurus<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/4658063/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/4658063/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28645http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-F4D6D4-tundra-fresh-water-forest-1.png#f4d6d4#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/dragonfly-4/A dragonfly is an insect belonging to the order Odonata, infraorder Anisoptera (from Greek ἄνισος anisos “uneven” and πτερόν pteron, “wing”, because the hindwing is broader than the forewing). Adult dragonflies are characterized by large multifaceted eyes, two pairs of strong transparent wings, sometimes with coloured patches and an elongated body. Dragonflies can be mistaken […]DragonflyDragonflyTarsophlebia eximia<img alt="Scale 4" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/4.png" />4<img alt="Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/carnivore3.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/740/32082514971_274ed976a9_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with arthropoda" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/arthropoda/">Arthropoda</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with insecta" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/insecta/">Insecta</a>7<p><strong>Play:</strong> <i>Dragonfly</i> had a FLIGHT of 2. </p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> This organism belonged to an extinct family of Odonates from the upper Jurassic and lower Cretaceous period of Eurasia. </p> cool, warm, hot<0>cool<1>warm<2>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unleashed</em></span><a href="http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/">www.dinosaursunearthed.com/</a></div>Dinosaurs Unleashedhttp://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/ <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>tundrafresh-waterforest<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragonfly">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragonfly<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/27326020/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/27326020/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28644http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-EDEDC2-tundra-tundra-tundra-1.png#ededc2#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/williamsonia-gigas/Williamsonia is an extinct genus of plant belonging to Bennettitales, an order of seed plants which bore a resemblance to cycads. Fossilized specimens of Williamsonia have been discovered worldwide.[1][3]   (From: Wikipedia, February 2017)Williamsonia GigasWilliamsonia GigasWilliamsonia gigas<img alt="Scale 8" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/8.png" />8<img alt="Diat: photosynthetic , Hierachy 1" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/photosynthetic1.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/742/31825178640_1f925c6b09_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with plantae" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/plantae/">Plantae</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with spermatophyta" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/spermatophyta/">Spermatophyta</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with cycadeoidophyta" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/cycadeoidophyta/">Cycadeoidophyta</a>2<p><strong>Fact:</strong> This is a seed plant that resembled cycads and belonged to the group, Bennettitales.It produced flowers up to 10 cm in length </p> cool, warm, hot<0>cool<1>warm<2>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unearthed</em></span><a href="http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/">www.dinosaursunearthed.com/</a></div>Dinosaurs Unearthedhttp://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/ <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>tundratundratundra<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Williamsonia_(plant)">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Williamsonia_(plant)<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/42431614/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/42431614/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>28643http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/generated-card-images/br-DDCDB8-forest-forest-forest-1.png#ddcdb8#9b9b9bhttp://phylogame.org/cards/bush-cricket/Archaboilus musicus is an extinct bush-cricket that lived during the Jurassic period 165 million years ago.[1] Although behaviors are difficult to reconstruct for extinct species, in 2012 British scientists recreated the cricket’s call based on a well-preserved fossil from China.[1][2] Based on studies, it is believed that male A. musicus produced pure-tone (musical) songs using […]Bush CricketBush CricketArchaboilus musicus<img alt="Scale 4" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/4.png" />4<img alt="Diat: omnivore , Hierachy 3" src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/num/omnivore3.png" />https://farm1.staticflickr.com/773/32052121722_cd92b9f0f8_o_d.jpg<a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with animalia" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/animalia/">Animalia</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with arthropoda" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/arthropoda/">Arthropoda</a>, <a rel="classification" title="View all cards that are classified with insecta" href="http://phylogame.org/classification/insecta/">Insecta</a>1<p><strong>Play:</strong> This cricket had a MOVE of 1. </p> <p><strong>Fact:</strong> It is believed that the male produced musical songs tuned at a frequency of 6.4 kHz. It fed on leaves and other insects. </p> cool, warm, hot<0>cool<1>warm<2>hot <div class="graphic"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --><span>Graphic by <em>Dinosaurs Unleashed</em></span><a href="http://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/">www.dinosaursunearthed.com/</a></div>Dinosaurs Unleashedhttp://www.dinosaursunearthed.com/ <div class="photo"> <!-- <?php echo $type; ?> --></div>forestforestforest<li><a title="go to Wikipedia" class="permalink wikipedia-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archaboilus_musicus">Wiki</a><li>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archaboilus_musicus<li><a title="go to Encyclopedia of Life" class="permalink eol-link" href="http://eol.org/pages/28422513/overview">EOL</a><li>http://eol.org/pages/28422513/overview<a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a><a target="_blank" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/" title="Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND)"><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/by.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nc.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /><img src="http://phylogame.org/wp-content/themes/phylo/img/cc-icons/nd.png" width="12" height="12" class="cc-icon-img" /></a>