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Found 13 results

  1. The winner of the Feb. 2017 IPFOTM contest is... The Spathites puercoensis ammonite from the Upper Cretaceous Carlile Shale of New Mexico! Congratulations to @PFOOLEY for finding this fossil and winning the contest.
  2. This is the official The Fossil Forum Find of the Month winner's gallery. A few suggestions by Auspex led to this Gallery of the Find Of The Month winners, but the Fossils will speak for themselves. Although it is November 2010, we want to thank again all who have shared their finds and knowledge in the contests. Now, we present to you the Winning Fossils from the beginning. Enjoy!
  3. The Winner of the January 2017 Invertebrate / Plant Find Of The Month is the Aphelecrinus randolphensis, Pulaskicrinus campanulus, and Phanocrinus bellulus crinoids from the Upper Mississippian (Middle Chesterian) Lower Bangor Limestone of Alabama, USA!!! Congratulations to Richard on his gorgeous find and his second win in the contest!! @Archimedes Thank you to all the members that participated in the contest.
  4. We have four great invertebrate entries for you to choose from for the month of February below. The poll ends March 6th. Be sure to vote in our other FOTM poll, HERE. 1. Spathites puercoensis ammonite - Upper Cretaceous (Turonian) Carlile Shale - New Mexico, USA 2. Ammonite Septum - North Sulphur River, Upper Cretaceous Ozan Formation - Texas, USA 3. Phalangiotarbi arachnid - Lower Mississippian, Purslane Formation, Pocono Group - Western Maryland, USA 4. Neseuretus tristani trilobite - Ordovician - La Dominelais, Brittany, France
  5. The new year offers us another international selection of personal finds! Let these members know you appreciate their efforts to share their best discoveries this month. The poll ends February 6th. Be sure to vote in our other FOTM poll, HERE. 1. Gryphaea (Bilobissa) dilobotes oyster - Middle Jurassic Lower Oxford Clay (Peterborough Formation) - UK 2. Pachydiscus c.f. maconensis ammonite - Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) - Texas, USA 3. Hoploparia gabbi lobster - Upper Cretaceous Navesink Formation - New Jersey, USA 4. Cyclothyris (Rynchonella) vespertilio brachiopod - Senonian (Upper Cretaceous) - Touraine, France 5. Aphelecrinus randolphensis, Pulaskicrinus campanulus, and Phanocrinus bellulus crinoids - Upper Mississippian (Middle Chesterian) Lower Bangor Limestone - Alabama, USA 6. Clypeaster sp. echinoid - Miocene (Burdigalian) - Sesimbra, Portugal 7. Prionocyclus hyatti ammonite - Upper Cretaceous (Turonian) Blue Hill Member of the Carlile Shale (Mancos) - New Mexico, USA 8. Plant spore - Upper Carboniferous Pennine Middle Coal measures formation - West Yorkshire, UK
  6. The Winner of the December 2016 Invertebrate / Plant Find Of The Month is the Loriolia rosana echinoid block from the Lower Cretaceous Upper Glen Rose Formation of Texas, U.S.A.! Congratulations to -AnThOnY- on his first win in the contest with great preparation of a fascinating find!!! @-AnThOnY- Thank you to all other members that participated and voted.
  7. A fine list of entries to finish off 2016! Well done! Let's figure out which one will win December IPFOTM! The poll ends January 6th. Be sure to vote in our other FOTM poll, HERE . 1. Glycymeris sp. bivalve - Langhian-Serravallian (Miocene) - Landes, France 2. Crassostrea longirostris oyster - Langhian-Serravallian (Miocene) - Landes, France 3. Olenellus terminatus trilobites - Cambrian Pyramid Shale Formation - CA, U.S.A. 4. Goniatite multiblock - Lower Coal Measures (upper Carboniferous) - West Yorkshire, UK 5. Loriolia rosana echinoid block - Lower Cretaceous Upper Glen Rose Formation - TX, U.S.A. 6. Triodopsis sp. gastropod - Pleistocene (Tarantian Stage) - MS, U.S.A. 7. Flexicalymene senaria trilobite - Upper Ordovician Crown Point Formation - VT, U.S.A. 8. Mecaster (hemiaster) sp. echinoid - Upper Cenomanian (Cretaceous) - Ourém, Portugal
  8. The Winner of the November 2016 Invertebrate / Plant Find Of The Month is the Lingula squamiformis inarticulate brachiopod from the Brigantian stage (Mississippian) of County Durham, UK!!! Congratulations to Tarquin (TqB) on his iridescent discovery and remarkable sixth win in the contest!!! Well done, sir! @TqB Thank you to all other members that participated and voted.
  9. We are going underwater for this contest! Dive carefully into the deeper waters of the Ordovician, or work your way through time to wade the shallows of the Pliocene. Then, use your water-logged fingers to click on your favorite. The poll ends December 6th. Be sure to vote in our other FOTM poll, HERE. 1. Unidentified crinoid - Middle Ordovician Platteville formation (Mifflin mbr,) - Wisconsin, USA 2. Arca wagneriana ark shell - Late Miocene/Pliocene Tamiami Formation - Florida, USA 3. Goniatite ammonoid cephalopod - (Upper Carboniferous) Pennine Lower Coal Measures formation - West Yorkshire, UK 4. Clypeaster sp. echinoid - Burdigalian (Miocene) - Portugal 5. Lingula squamiformis inarticulate brachiopod - Brigantian stage (Mississippian) - County Durham, UK
  10. The Winner of the October 2016 Invertebrate / Plant Find Of The Month is the Lepidodendron obovatum scale tree fossil from the Westphalian (Carboniferous) of Bruay en Artois, Northern France! Congratulations to Gery (nala) on his first win in the contest and finding such a beautiful example of this genus! Thank you to all other members that participated and voted.
  11. We have things long dead here.... Which one is your favorite? The poll ends November 6th. Be sure to vote in our other FOTM poll HERE. 1. Archaeopteris halliana and A.hibernica frond fossil - Upper Devonian Duncannon formation, Oxbow Lake member - Pennsylvania, USA 2. Lepidodendron obovatum scale tree fossil - Westphalian (Carboniferous) - Bruay en Artois, Northern France 3. Gigantoproductus giganteus brachiopod - Lower Carboniferous Eyam Limestone formation - Derbyshire, UK 4. Rusophycus trilobite burrows - Upper Ordovician Georgian Bay Formation - Ontario, Canada 5. Etyus martini crab - Albian - Champagne, France
  12. The Winner of the September 2016 Invertebrate / Plant Find Of The Month is the Crinoid with stem, calyx, and arms from the Ordovician Lexington Limestone (Devils Hollow Member) of Kentucky, USA! This is a well-deserved, first time win for a long time member. Congratulations to MikeD on a his beautiful tiny crinoid! @MikeD Thank you to all other members that participated and voted.
  13. We are looking at a fine selection of finds this month. Let's see which one is your favorite. The poll ends October 6th. Be sure to vote in our other FOTM poll HERE. 1. Aphelaspis brachyphasis trilobite - Cambrian Conasauga formation - Georgia, USA 2. Goniatites cephalopods and Dunbarella sp. bivalve block - Upper Carboniferous Lower Coal Measures - West Yorkshire, UK 3. Orthocone nautiloid covered by bryozoan - Upper Ordovician Georgian Bay Formation - Ontario, Canada 4. Hermiarges aff. H.paulianus trilobite cephalon (on right) and Sceptaspis lincolnensis trilobite pygidium (on left) - Middle Ordovician Platteville Formation - Wisconsin, USA 5. Baculites sp. cephalopod - Upper Cretaceous Ozan Formation - Texas, USA 6. Cincta echinoderm - Cambrian Coulouma Formation - Hérault, France 7. Scaphites sp. ammonite - Upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale - Montana, USA 8. Crinoid with stem, calyx, and arms - Ordovician Lexington Limestone (Devils Hollow Member) - Kentucky, USA