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Found 12 results

  1. 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.
  2. The Winner of the January 2017 Vertebrate Find Of The Month is the Allodesmus kernensis mandible with an upper incisor and a cetacean vertebra from the Middle Miocene Round Mountain Silt of California, USA! Congratulations to Tony on an incredible find and his second win in the contest!!! @ynot Thank you to all the members that participated in the contest.
  3. The Winner of the 2016 Invertebrate / Plant Find Of The Year is the Megokkos sp. crab with epibionts from the Late Eocene/Early Oligocene of Oregon, USA!!! Congratulations to bruce on his 2nd FOTY win!!! Finding and prepping your own fossils is its own reward; but this one is truly special. Thanks to @bruce for sharing it with us! I would also like to congratulate, again, the other eleven winners in 2016!
  4. The Winner of the 2016 Vertebrate Find Of The Year is the Dracoraptor hanigani associated dinosaur bones from the Jurassic Lower Lias (Hettangian Stage) of South Wales, U.K.!!! Congratulations to Nick (Welsh Wizard) on the discovery of additional associated bones from his newly published dinosaur! Thanks to @Welsh Wizard for sharing part of a world class find!!! I would also like to congratulate, again, the other eleven winners in 2016!
  5. The Winner of the December 2016 Vertebrate Find Of The Month is the partial Chiroptera (bat) dentary from the Late Pleistocene of Florida, U.S.A.! Congratulations to Julianna (old bones) on her first win in the contest and another of her exquisite, tiny discoveries!!! @old bones Thank you to all other members that participated and voted.
  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. The Winner of the November 2016 Vertebrate Find Of The Month is the Stingray barb from the Burdigalian (Miocene) deposit of Portugal! Congratulations to Filipe (Vieira) on his beautifully delicate find and first win in the contest!!! Woohoo!!! @Vieira Thank you to all other members that participated and voted.
  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. The Winner of the October 2016 Vertebrate Find Of The Month is the associated shark vertebrae from the Upper Cretaceous Eagle Ford Formation of Texas, USA! Congratulations to John S. on his first win in the contest and an incredibly rare find! Thank you to all other members that participated and voted.
  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. The Winner of the September 2016 Vertebrate Find Of The Month is the Allodesmus sp. pinniped canine tooth from the Late Miocene Santa Margarita Formation of California, USA! In one of the closest polls we have had in a long time, the pinniped tooth just nipped victory from a worthy feather. Congratulations to Doren (caldigger) on his discovery and first win in the contest! Thank you to all other members that participated and voted.
  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.
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