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  1. Here we are with our 2019 IPFOTY contest entries. These are all 12 of our IPFOTM winners from 2019, listed in the order of the month they won. Carefully review these entries and vote for the one you think deserves the title of 2019 Invertebrate / Plant Fossil Of The Year! Poll closes on the 25th of January just before midnight. You can also vote for the 2019 Vertebrate Fossil Of The Year contest HERE. 1. Manticoceras sp. goniatite - Frasnian Matagne Formation, Late Devonian (382-372 Ma) - Chimay area, Belgium 2. Lepidostrobus sp. lepidodendron cone (strobile) - Westphalien B, Upper Carboniferous - near Lens, Northern France 3. Calamites sp. horsetail tree trunk segment - Pennsylvanian - Southeast Oklahoma 4. Nahecaris frankei (phyllocarid) - Emsian (Early Devonian) - Burg-Reuland, Belgium 5. Triarthrus eatoni trilobite (ventral view with eggs) - Ordovician - Beecher's Beds, Walcott Quarry, near Rome, New York 6. Eurypterus remipes eurypterid - Late Silurian, Phelps Member, Bertie Group - Herkimer County, New York 7. Unidentified (trigonotarbid?) arachnid - Late Carboniferous (Westphalian D), Osnabrück Fm. - Piesberg quarry near Osnabrück, Germany 8. Asteroceras and Promicroceras ammonites - Jurassic - Lyme Regis, Dorset, England 9. Glyptoxoceras subcompressum(?) heteromorph ammonite - Santonian, Haslam - Mt. Tzuhalem, Vancouver Island, Canada 10. Litoricola macrodactylus crab - Lower Thanetian, Paleocene - Southwest France 11. Devonoblastus whiteavesi blastoid - Widder Fm, Hungry Hollow Member (Middle Devonian) - Arkona, Ontario 12. Amoeboceras alternoides ammonite and Dicroloma cochleata gastropod - Jurassic, Upper Oxfordian - Bronnitsy, Moscow Oblast, Russia
  2. Here we are with our 2019 VFOTY contest entries. These are all 12 (13, a baker's dozen!) of our VFOTM winners from 2019, listed in the order of the month they won. Carefully review these entries and vote for the one you think deserves the title of 2019 Vertebrate Fossil Of The Year! Poll closes on the 25th of January just before midnight. You can also vote for the 2019 Invertebrate / Plant Fossil Of The Year contest HERE. 1. Bison sp. (likely Bison bison) - Pleistocene (2.6-.01 Ma) - Collin County, TX, USA 2. Holmesina sp. giant armadillo jaw section - Late Pliocene-Pleistocene - Sarasota County, FL 3. Capybara skull - Pleistocene - Brazos River, Texas 4. Lepidotes mantelli fish - Valanginian, Early Cretaceous - Sussex, UK 5. Ground sloth claw core (exact species unknown) - Pleistocene - Santander, Colombia 6. Ptychodus marginalis hybodontiform shark tooth - Cretaceous, Turonian (Eagle Ford South Bosque Member) - Travis County, Texas 7. Pseudemys floridana or P. williamsi turtle carapace with predation marks - Miocene-Holocene, Bone Valley Formation - Peace River, Florida 8. Articulated ichthyosaur vertebrae with rib, paddle bone and belemnites - Jurassic - Yorkshire Coast, UK 9. Ichthyosaurus sp. (possibly I. communis) - Jurassic (Hettangian) - circa 190 Ma - Preplanobis Beds, Lavernock Point, UK 10. Upper and lower peccary jaw section - Miocene, opal bearing bentonite clay layer - Royal Peacock Opal Mine, Humboldt County, Nevada 11. Mammuthus primigenius, woolly mammoth molar - Weichselian, late Pleistocene (40 Ka) - Zandmotor, Netherlands (dredged from North Sea) 12. Small Fish jaw with teeth (unknown species) - Jet Rock or Alum Shale Series, Upper Lias, Jurassic - Whitby, North Yorkshire Coast, England 13. Palorchestes sp. (P. azael?) marsupial - Pleistocene - Queensland, Australia
  3. Here we are with our 2018 IPFOTY contest entries. These are all 12 of our IPFOTM winners from 2018, listed in the order of the month they won. Carefully review these entries and vote for the one you think deserves the title of 2018 Invertebrate / Plant Fossil Of The Year! Poll closes on the 25th of January just before midnight. You can also vote for the 2018 Vertebrate Fossil Of The Year contest HERE. 1. Flexicalymene cf. F. senaria trilobite - Ordovician Galena Formation, Prosser Member - Fillmore Co., Minnesota, USA 2. Isotelus sp. trilobite - Middle Ordovician Carters Limestone/Lower Hermitage Formation - Eastern Middle Tennessee, USA 3. Gennaeocrinus crinoid with Platyceras gastropod - Middle Devonian, Moscow formation - Livingston County, New York, USA 4. Euproops xiphosuran - Asturian (Westphalian D), Late Carboniferous - Piesberg quarry, near Osnabrück, Germany 5. Isotelus iowensis trilobite - Ordovician - Fayette County, Iowa, USA 6. Pleurocystites cf. P. squamosus cystoid - Ordovician - Minnesota, USA 7. Fusimilis proxima gastropod shell - Late Cretaceous - Coon Creek Science Center, Adamsville, Tennessee, USA 8. Horn Coral growing in a colony of Syringopora sp. coral - Pennsylvanian Naco Limestone - NE Gila County, Arizona, USA 9. Favosites placenta (tabulate coral with epibionts) - Mid-Devonian, Hungry Hollow Formation - South Pit, Hungry Hollow, Arkona, Ontario, Canada 10. Eldredgeops rana multiple plate - Middle Devonian/Windom Shale, Hamilton Group - Penn-Dixie Fossil Park, Blasdell, New York, USA 11. Harpoceras serpentinum ammonite plate - Lower Jurassic (Lias/Toarcian) - Postbauer-Heng (near Altdorf), Germany 12. Eurypterus remipes eurypterid - Fiddlers Green Formation, Phelps Member, Upper Silurian (~410 mya) - Ilion (Herkimer County), New York, USA
  4. Here we are with our 2018 VFOTY contest entries. These are all 12 of our VFOTM winners from 2018, listed in the order of the month they won. Carefully review these entries and vote for the one you think deserves the title of 2018 Vertebrate Fossil Of The Year! Poll closes on the 25th of January just before midnight. You can also vote for the 2018 Invertebrate / Plant Fossil Of The Year contest HERE. 1. Shrew (Soricidae) left mandible - Melbourne Bone Bed, Late Pleistocene - Indian River spoil pile Merritt Island, Florida, USA 2. Saurodon fish jaw - Cretaceous Atco Formation of Austin Group, Cretaceous - Dallas, Texas, USA 3. Mammuthus columbi mammoth tusk - Pleistocene - North Sulphur River, North Texas, USA 4. Thylacoleo carnifex marsupial lion skull - Pleistocene - Queensland, Australia 5. Palaeotherium magnum skull and mandible - Upper Eocene - Southwestern France 6. Elonichthys peligerus fish - Middle Pennsylvanian - Wilmington, Illinois, USA 7. Cowralepis mclachlani placoderm - Middle Devonian - West of Cowra, NSW, Australia 8. Orthacanthus compressus (Shark) - Upper Pennsylvanian, Upper Freeport #7 Coal - Linton Mine, SE Ohio, USA 9. Ichthyosaur remains - Whitby Mudstone Formation (Toarcian, Lower Jurassic) - Yorkshire Coast, Whitby, England 10. Tylosaurus proriger mosasaur tooth - Ozan Member of the Taylor Formation, Upper Cretaceous - North Sulphur River, Texas, USA 11. Undetermined (Tyrannosaurus rex orTriceratops horridus) dinosaur rib - Upper Cretaceous (Hell Creek Formation) - Montana, USA 12. Canis dirus (Dire Woff) tooth - Pleistocene (unidentified offshore unit) - Beach find near Charleston, South Carolina, USA
  5. No 2018 Fossil of the Year?

    Maybe I missed it during the festivities and holidays over the changing of the years but did we not have a 2018 Fossil of the Year poll? I could only find the previous year polls when I looked.
  6. FotY gallery?

    Hey! Is there a winners gallery for FotY? If there is, is there any way to sticky it to the top?
  7. Here we are with our 2017 VFOTY contest entries. These are all 12 of our month's vertebrate winners, listed in order from the month they won. Carefully review the options and vote for the entry you think deserves to win the title of the 2017 Vertebrate Fossil of the Year! Poll closes on the 26th of January. You can also vote on the 2017 Invertebrate / Plant Fossil of the Year contest HERE. 1. Allodesmus kernensis mandible with an upper incisor and a cetacean vertebra - Middle Miocene Round Mountain Silt - California, USA 2. Partial Porpoise/Dolphin Skeleton - Miocene Calvert Formation - Central Virginia, USA 3. Legless Amphibian (Phlegethontia longissima) - Carbondale Formation - Illinois, USA 4. Diplurus newarki Coelacanth - Late Triassic Lockatong Formation - North Bergen, New Jersey, USA 5. Sloth Claw and Associated Phalanx - Pleistocene - Southwest Florida, USA 6. Oreodont and Possible Daphoenus - Eocene-Oligocene White River Formation - Lusk, Wyoming, USA 7. Pachyrhizodus marathonensis Fish - Cretaceous Toolebuc Formation - Queensland, Australia 8. Associated Ichthyosaur Bones - Lower Jurassic - Kromer Quarry, Germany 9. Didelphodon sp. Left Dentary - Late Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation - Butte County, South Dakota, USA 10. Hesperotestudo (Giant Tortoise) Foot and Associated Osteoderms - Pleistocene - Sarasota County, Florida, USA 11. Crocodile (Pallimnarchus pollens) Jaw - Plio-Pleistocene - Australia 12. Poebrotherium Camel Jaw - Oligocene White River Formation - Chadron, Nebraska, USA
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