Large, Fat Priscacara serrata with Cool Fin Detail

Name: Priscacara serrata
Age:  Eocene
Formation:  Green River Formation
Location:  Kemmerer, Wyoming
Size: Fish is almost 7 inches long!

Specimen SS1085

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This is simply a cool fossil fish. It is a large Priscacara serrata from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. This classic type is very sought-after because of its recognizable look - similar to a modern-day Bluegill or Crappie. This fossil was extracted under a microscope to reveal the extremely fine detail. The textbook dorsal fin is beautifully displayed on this specimen. The other fins, backbone, tail, and other bones are intact and very easily seen. The fish is very well centered on the squared plate of matrix - ready for framing! And, best of all, the fish is about SEVEN INCHES LONG - a substantial example of this type  This is an extremely displayable specimen of a fat Priscacara fish fossil.

A Certificate of Authenticity from EXTINCTIONS is included with this specimen.

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