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Winner of the December 2016 Invertebrate / Plant Find Of The Month!

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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!!!  :wub:

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@-AnThOnY-

 

 

Thank you to all other members that participated and voted.  :)

 

 

 

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Congratulations on the wonderful find and win!!!:yay-smiley-1:

 

Tony

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Congratulation Anthony on finding a lovely specimen and your first IFOTM

 

Mike D'Arcy 

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Congratulations! Great piece!

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Congrats on fotm and a great piece as well:fistbump:

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Congratulations Anthony. What a fantastic treasure.

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Congratulations Anthony !  Lots of goodies there !

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Congratulations! It's fascinating, indeed. Nice find and good prep. :)

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A most worthy endeavor ends in success!

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Congratulations, Anthony! I liked this block of echies as soon as I saw it.  Great prep. :)

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That is a very very nice piece of work. I have run into pockets of those myself but never that many in one hard block.  Congrats!

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Woohoo! Thanks everyone! :D

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Hi,

 

Congrats Anthony, I would have liked finding them...

 

Coco

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Congratulations in that beautiful piece :D

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Beautiful specimen(s).

Great piece.

 

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Hi Anthony, congratulations, you have a nice plate and did a nice work, thanks for sharing it with us.:D

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