Southwest Wyoming’s Green River Formation has preserved spectacular, detailed, and complete fish fossils from the Eocene Epoch of approximately 50 million years ago. Diplomystus is an extinct genus of freshwater clupeomorph fish distantly related to modern-day extant herrings, alewives, and sardines. A small schooling fish, Knightia made an abundant food source for larger Eocene predators. This striking piece of décor contains a 17.25″ Diplomystus and a 3.5″ Knightia on Metal Console Table Base.
Fossil Console Table 170330312t
Contains a 17.25″ Diplomystus and a 3.5″ Knightia on Metal Console Table Base.