Very Impressive Double Diplomystus Fish Plate

Name: Diplomystus dentatus
Age:  Eocene
Formation:  Green River Formation
Location:  Kemmerer, Wyoming
Size: Plate is 19.7" across, larger fish is 16.2" long!

Specimen SSA732

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This is a beautiful display plate of fossil fish. It is a fabulous pair of fish from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. This large plate (almost two feet across) has two excellent Diplomystus dentatus (the larger one is over SIXTEEN inches long!) preserved on the slab. Both large fish are easily seen and quite distinct. But the real prize on the plate is the 16.2" specimen. This fish has great bone structure and extremely fine detail preserved - especially on the backbone, fins, and tail. And the fish is over SIXTEEN inches long, which is an extremely large fossil fish! Both dark-colored fish contrast well with the khaki-colored matrix plate. And both fish are beautifully displayed on the large,squared matrix plate, both swimming in the same direction. This is a very impressive fossil fish plate, showcasing two beautiful, well prepared Diplomystus fish from Wyoming.

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