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June 2019 Invertebrate / Plant Fossil Of The Month Poll

June 2019 Invertebrate / Plant Fossil Of The Month Poll  

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    • 1. Pinus sp. and Pinus brevis cones - Miocene - Chłapowo, Poland
      7
    • 2. Flexicalymene croneisi trilobite - Ordovician, Lindsay Fm, Hillier Member - Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada
      8
    • 3. Donaciinae subfamily (aquatic leaf beetle) elytron imprint - Miocene - Juodikiai Quarry, Klaipeda district, Western Lithuania
      0
    • 4. Apiaceae indet. (carrot family) seed - Miocene - Juodikiai Quarry, Klaipeda district, western Lithuania.
      1
    • 5. Menuites ammonite in bryozoan colony - Late Cretaceous, Wenonah Formation - Monmouth County, New Jersey
      0
    • 6. Eurypterus remipes eurypterid - Late Silurian, Phelps Member, Bertie Group - Herkimer County, New York
      17
    • 7. Harpoceras and Dactylioceras gracile ammonites - Lower Jurassic, Upper Lias - Sandsend, near Whitby in Yorkshire, England
      6
    • 8. Periarchus pileussinensis sand dollars with Chlamys scallop fragment - Eocene, Tivola Limestone (~35 mya) - Perry, Georgia
      1
    • 9. Chlamys spillmani clinchfieldensis scallop - Eocene, Tivola Limestone (~35 mya) - Perry, Georgia
      0
    • 10. Crickites sp. goniatite - Late Devonian, Frasnian - Chimay, Belgium
      7
    • 11. Eldredgeops rana trilobite with Stereolasma rectum horn coral - Devonian - Hamburg, New York
      8
    • 12. Olenoides nevadensis with associated Elrathia kingii trilobites - Cambrian, Wheeler Shale - U-dig quarry near Delta, Utah
      13


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Check the entries below carefully and cast your vote! PM me if you notice any errors with the entries.

 

The poll ends July 9th. Be sure to vote in our other FOTM poll, HERE

 

1. Pinus sp. and Pinus brevis cones - Miocene - Chłapowo, Poland

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2. Flexicalymene croneisi trilobite - Ordovician, Lindsay Fm, Hillier Member - Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada

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3. Donaciinae subfamily (aquatic leaf beetle) elytron imprint - Miocene - Juodikiai Quarry, Klaipeda district, Western Lithuania

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4. Apiaceae indet. (carrot family) seed - Miocene - Juodikiai Quarry, Klaipeda district, western Lithuania.

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5. Menuites ammonite in bryozoan colony - Late Cretaceous, Wenonah Formation - Monmouth County, New Jersey

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6. Eurypterus remipes eurypterid - Late Silurian, Phelps Member, Bertie Group - Herkimer County, New York

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7. Harpoceras and Dactylioceras gracile ammonites - Lower Jurassic, Upper Lias - Sandsend, near Whitby in Yorkshire, England

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8. Periarchus pileussinensis sand dollars with Chlamys scallop fragment - Eocene, Tivola Limestone (~35 mya) - Perry, Georgia

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9. Chlamys spillmani clinchfieldensis scallop - Eocene, Tivola Limestone (~35 mya) - Perry, Georgia

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10. Crickites sp. goniatite - Late Devonian, Frasnian - Chimay, Belgium

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11. Eldredgeops rana trilobite with Stereolasma rectum horn coral - Devonian - Hamburg, New York

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12. Olenoides nevadensis with associated Elrathia kingii trilobites - Cambrian, Wheeler Shale - U-dig quarry near Delta, Utah

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Those Olenoids is incredibly rare. I've been to U-Dig more times than I can count and have never found a trace of one but have heard of them coming out of that location. It's big to. Wow!

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