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Winner of the November 2017 Invertebrate / Plant Find Of The Month!

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The winner of the November 2017 IPFOTM is... The Crinoid from the Ordovician Bobcaygeon Formation  of Ontario, Canada. Congrats to @Northern Sharks!


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Ludwigia

Congratulations, Kevin!

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Jesuslover340

Congrats!

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Fossildude19

Stunning fossil worthy of the win, Kevin!

Congratulations. :) 

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minnbuckeye

From one crinoid entrant to another, congratulations on a wonderful find!!!

 

Mike

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Shamalama

Woo! Can't wait to find out what the heck this really is. Cool find Kevin!

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FossilDAWG

Congratulations Kevin, it's an excellent find. :wub:

 

Don

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RJB

Congrats.  A very nice fossil indeed!

 

RB

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old bones

Congratulations, Kevin. Lovely lily. :)

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Malcolmt

It sure was a beauty now we just have to wait to find out what it is.....

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jcbshark

Congrats, excellent find:fistbump:

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ynot

Congratulations, Kevin. Lovely find!

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Tidgy's Dad

Huuuuuuuuurrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:envy:

It is a well-deserved win, super find and interesting thread to go with it. 

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WhodamanHD

Congrats! What an epic crinoid!

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Northern Sharks

Thanks everyone. I received word that this crinoid has reached it's destination at the Smithsonian. Once it gets identified, I'll make sure to update the pertinent posts.

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Ancient Bones

Fascinating little creature!  Congratulations!

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Mike from North Queensland

Congratulations Kevin

 

Mike

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abyssunder

Congrats, Kevin ! It's a nice find ! :)

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Coco

Congrats for this marvelous crinoid !

 

Coco

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Jeffrey P

Congratulations Kevin on a very rare and gorgeous specimen that produced a well deserved victory. 

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Max-fossils

Congrats! :D

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oilshale

What a beauty - a gorgeous specimen! Congrats Kevin!

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digit

Congrats on a beautiful specimen. Waiting to hear the determination of its ID.

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

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