HUGE Predatory Mioplosus Fish in Beautiful Wood Frame

Name: Mioplosus labracoides
Age:  Eocene
Formation:  Green River Formation
Location:  Kemmerer, Wyoming
Size: Fish is 13.3" long, frame is 12" X 20"

Specimen SSS991

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This is a HUGE framed fish. It is a fabulous Mioplosus labracoides from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. This predatory type is very sought-after because of its bold look and teeth preserved in the mouth. This fossil was extracted under a microscope to reveal the extremely fine detail. This beautiful specimen is extremely large (WELL OVER A FOOT LONG!) and has incredible detail preserved, better than most of this type. And the fish is well centered in the rectangular plate of oilshale This is a very impressive and displayable predatory fossil fish that has been professionally framed for optimal display.

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