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Diplomystus sp., fossil fish
Eocene, western North America

Diplomystus was a common fish in the now extinct great lakes that once existed in the western U.S. The upturned mouth is indicative of a surface feeding fish.  Adults could reach a length of 2 feet.  This replica is of a complete juvenile and even shows the delicate rays that supported the fin. See items 134 and 135 for other fish that lived with Diplomystus.

This fossil cast comes with an informative card.

Size: 9" x 6"

  • Item #: 133


Price: $30.00
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