Large Framed Phareodus with MANY Huge Teeth!

Name: Phareodus testis
Age:  Eocene
Formation:  Green River Formation
Location:  Kemmerer, Wyoming
Size: Fish is 9.4", frame is about 9" X 14"

Specimen SSA603

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This is an impressive display fossil. It is a large Phareodus testis fossil fish from the Green River Formation of Wyoming. Phareodus was a predatory fish, with a mouth FULL of sharp teeth - this specimen showcases these LONG teeth beautifully. The fish is extremely well-preserved and displays very fine detail. The many fins and broad tail are simply awesome - very complete and symmetrical. The head is quite distinct, and the large gill plate is even preserved on this specimen. The fish is well showcased on a large, rectangular matrix plate. And this amazing fish has been professionally framed for optimal display - WOW! This is a large, displayable example of a framed Phareodus fish from the Fossil Lake Deposits of Wyoming.

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