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Winner of the March 2021 Invertebrate/Plant Fossil Of The Month


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The winner of the March 2021 IPFOTM goes to...

 

Romaniceras mexicanum ammonite - Upper Cretaceous (Turonian) - Blue Hill Member, Carlile Shale - Sandoval Co., New Mexico

Congratulations to @PFOOLEY !!!

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Ludwigia

:yay-smiley-1: Another ammonite wins!!!

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Fossildude19

Congratulations, Mike! Stellar find!  :)  :envy:

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grandpa

Great find!  Congratulations.

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A beauty of a find, Mike!  Congratulations!

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minnbuckeye

I demand a recount! JUST KIDDING. Your specimen is truly the cream of the crop and deserves this recognition. Way to go.

  

Mike

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Shellseeker

Truly Impressive.  Excellent prep... thanks for bringing it back to light....

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FossilDAWG

:yay-smiley-1:  Congratulations!!  :yay-smiley-1:  I do love them New Mexico ammonites!

Don

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Praefectus

Great find! Congratulations!

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fifbrindacier

Congratulations @PFOOLEY!

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Mike from North Queensland

Congratulations nice chunky ammonite

 

Mike

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félicitations @PFOOLEY

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I like to read your exit reports, your grounds are unlike any other.

 

Coco

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old bones

Congratulations Mike! Love that great big ammo!:)

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fossilcrazee

Congratulations on the win! Beautiful fossil, lovely prep, great story-telling - simply well deserved!

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PFOOLEY

Romaniceras specimens, especially at this size and in this condition, are relatively uncommon in the hills that I hunt. I was fortunate to find it and very happy with how it cleaned up. Thank you for voting this ammonite as Fossil of the Month...it most definitely was for me. When I last looked, I was certain it was going to be back to back Trilobite wins...pretty swell to to snag a win. 

 

Thanks again, 

 

-P.

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Jeffrey P

Congrats Mike on a spectacular specimens and victory. That one's now on my shopping list next time I come out. 

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