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. Priscacara is an extinct genus of perch from the middle Eocene, characterized by a sunfish-like body and stout dorsal and anal spines. Mass deaths of Priscacara suggest it formed schools. This striking piece of natural history contains a 5″ Diplomystus, and a 4″ Priscacara.
Fossil Sculpture 02_150430501 Sculpture
Contains a 5″ Diplomystus, 4″ Priscacara
SKU: FAM:02_150430501 Sculpture Category: Fossil Sculptures Tags: custom-mural, diplomystus, eoscene, eostone, fossil, fossil-fish, fossil-mural, green-river-company, mural, priscacara, stone-mural, tile
|Dimensions||19 × 9 × 1.25 in|
Fossil Lake Classic