Rebor “Clover” – Limited Edition Hatchling Stegosaurus is Coming to Everything Dinosaur

The superb, limited edition Rebor “Clover”, a replica of a hatching Stegosaurus, is coming to Everything Dinosaur very soon.  Team members at the UK-based company are expecting delivery of these hand-painted scale models to the Everything Dinosaur warehouse within 48-hours.

Update: The Rebor “Clover” limited edition is now available from Everything Dinosaur (until stocks run out).

To view the range of Rebor prehistoric animals available from Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Replicas

The Rebor Hatchling Stegosaurus Replica “Clover”

Rebor "Clover" hatching Stegosaurus.

Rebor hatchling Stegosaurus “Clover”.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Limited Edition Rebor Replica

Only 1,000 of these hatching dinosaur models have been made.  “Clover” joins other Rebor hatching dinosaur models such as “Rudy” the hatching Tyrannosaurus rex and “Jolly”, the Triceratops hatchling which was the first in this special series to be introduced.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“Both Jolly and Rudy proved to be extremely popular with dinosaur fans and we already have had lots of enquiries and requests to reserve one of these limited edition replicas.”

To reserve a limited edition Rebor “Clover” (hatching Stegosaurus): Email Everything Dinosaur to Reserve “Clover”

Update: The Rebor “Clover” limited edition is now available from Everything Dinosaur (until stocks run out).

Complete with Pieces of Eggshell and a Four-Leaf Clover

As well as the display stand and the model itself, the Rebor hatchling Stegosaurus comes supplied with a set of poseable ferns which form a fantastic backdrop to the replica.  Two extra pieces of eggshell are provided so that diorama makers and collectors can present their own model in a unique way.  The baby Stegosaurus even has a lucky four-leaf clover to keep it company, a quirky piece of design from Rebor which makes this beautifully crafted replica even more appealing.

The Rebor “Clover” Comes with a Four-Leaf Clover

Rebor "Clover" hatching Stegosaurus.

Rebor hatchling Stegosaurus “Clover”.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

 Clovers are nested within the genus Trifolium, which in turn is assigned to the plant family Fabaceae (the legumes).  It is likely that the Fabaceae originated during the Mesozoic, however, the earliest fossils that can be definitively assigned to the Fabaceae appeared in the late Palaeocene Epoch (fifty-six million years ago approximately).  This flower family may have first evolved during the time of the dinosaurs, but it is highly unlikely that any member of the Stegosauridae ever fed on clover, or even another member of the legumes family for that matter.  The heyday of the Stegosaurs was the Late Jurassic and this family of plant-eating dinosaurs were probably long extinct before the Fabaceae evolved.  Still, we can give Rebor a lot of credit for their innovative approach to prehistoric animal modelling.

To view the range of Rebor prehistoric animals available from Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Replicas

A Rebor Hatching Stegosaurus Dinosaur Model

Rebor "Clover" hatching Stegosaurus.

Rebor hatchling Stegosaurus “Clover”.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Hatching Stegosaurus Dinosaur Model from Rebor

Stegosaurus is one of the most popular of all the dinosaurs.  It regularly features in the top ten of dinosaurs in Everything Dinosaur’s annual prehistoric animal survey.  Rebor have already produced a Stegosaurus figure, a baby Stegosaurus which is named “Melon”, this is a 1:35 scale, hand-painted replica.  There are rumours that Rebor intend to introduce a replica of an adult Stegosaurus, but we at Everything Dinosaur, couldn’t possibly comment…

The 1:35 Scale Baby Stegosaurus Replica from Rebor (Melon)

"Melon" the Rebor Stegosaurus replica.

Rebor baby Stegosaurus “Melon”.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Update: The Rebor “Clover” limited edition is now available from Everything Dinosaur (until stocks run out).

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