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Winner of the July 2019 Invertebrate/Plant Fossil Of The Month

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Coco

It seems to me that a fossil of arachnid is very rare (except in amber), so bravo Paleoflor for this discovery !

 

Coco

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Scylla

:wub::envy: congrats, amazing fossil!

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BLT

Congratulations! :)

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Fossildude19

Congratulations, Tim!

Excellent find! :wub: 

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Archie

Congratulations! :envy:

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JohnJ

Congratulations, Tim!  :yay-smiley-1:

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piranha

Amazing Arachnid! Congrats!   

 

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Ancient Bones

Congratulations Tim Great find !

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Mike from North Queensland

Congratulations Tim nice find

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FossilNerd

Very cool find! Congratulations! :yay-smiley-1:

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old bones

Wonderfully rare find! Congratulations, Tim :)

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nivek1969

very nice! congrats!

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FranzBernhard

Some arachnophilia was going on here, obviously!:D

Very unique specimen, congrats!

@paleoflor, are these very rare there or is it even a one-of-a-kind find?

Franz Bernhard

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marguy

wonderful find, congratulations! :yay-smiley-1:

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Ludwigia

Congrats!

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jcbshark

Incredible find for sure, congrats :yay-smiley-1:

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ynot

Congratulations on the wonderful find and win!

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Monica

Congratulations, Tim @paleoflor!!!  What an amazing specimen!!!

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Max-fossils

Congrats Tim on this wonderful specimen! :yay-smiley-1:

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paleoflor

Thanks all for the congratulations and apologies for my delayed response. There have been some developments regarding this fossil. It is not a trigonotarbid arachnid but may be a true spider. The specimen will go to Dr. Dunlop in Berlin for further study.

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FossilDAWG
10 minutes ago, paleoflor said:

Thanks all for the congratulations and apologies for my delayed response. There have been some developments regarding this fossil. It is not a trigonotarbid arachnid but may be a true spider. The specimen will go to Dr. Dunlop in Berlin for further study.

Even better!  Congratulations again!

 

Don

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digit
54 minutes ago, paleoflor said:

There have been some developments regarding this fossil. It is not a trigonotarbid arachnid but may be a true spider. The specimen will go to Dr. Dunlop in Berlin for further study.

Spectacular!

 

:fingerscrossed: for something novel to science.

 

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

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