Phareodus encaustus

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X488
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A TOP QUALITY Phareodus fish. The Phareodus encaustus is a Osteoglossidae fish from the Eocene age (50 MYA) fish, Green River Fm., Lincoln Co. Wyoming. The Phareodus was a carnivorous fish with large pointed teeth and a long pectoral fin. This piece is from the 18 Inch Layer which is extremely hard and difficult to prepare. It also provides the most detailed, highly preserved fossils. Exceptional preservation and preparation. No repair. All natural. An excellent display piece! Authenticity guaranteed.

X488                SIZE: 4-1/2"

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Phareodus was a large carnivorous fish with large pointed teeth and a long pectoral fin. This species has been found with other fish in its stomach. This specimen shows incredible detail. Exceptional preservation and preparation. Wonderful display piece. The Phareodus is an uncommon fish in the Green River Fm. 

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Size4-1/2"
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