Skyman, Nicklas, and I went to Halmstad a few weeks ago to look at a dinosaur exhibit, focusing on Russian species. Here are pictures of almost all species displayed, including quite a few that were not dinosaurs. All taxonomy follows that of the exhibition, classification for non-dinosaurs taken from the internet.
Tarbosaurus bataar, sometimes placed in Tyrannosaurus, and at the exhibition given the taxonomically bewildering name Tyrannosaurus Tarbosaurus Bataar
Deinonychus antirrhopus, here arranged in a novel tree-climbing position, which the researchers behind the exhibition thought was a more reasonable explanation for its giant claws.
Skull of Altirhinus kurzanovi
Skull of Tarchia gigantea
Skull of Prenocephale prenes
The pterosaur Sordes pilosus
The Jurassic salamander Karaurus sharovi
The plesiosaur Liopleurodon rossicus
The diapsid Longisquama insignis
The protorosaur Sharovipteryx mirabilis, one of the real highlights of the exihibition!
The temnospondylian Parotosuchus orenburgensis
Another temnospondyl fossil, this time Benthosuchus korobkovi
The dicynodont Lystrosaurus georgi
The biarmosuchian Biarmosuchus tener
A third temnospondylian, this time much more complete: Kamacops acervalis
Skull of the parareptilian Lanthanosuchus watsoni
Skull of the archosauriform Archosaurus rossicus
The seymoriamorphan Ariekanerpeton sigalovi
The gorgonopsid Viatkogorgon ivakhnenkovi
The dinocephalian Estemmenosuchus uralensis
The gorgonopsid Inostrancevia alexandri
The procolophonian Scutosaurus karpinskii