Phareodus encaustus

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An EXTRA LARGE, TOP QUALITY Phareodus fish. The Phareodus encaustus is a Osteoglossidae fish from the Eocene age (50 MYA) fish, Green River Fm., Lincoln Co. Wyoming. An October Fossil of the Month.  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. Plate size is 14.5" x 9.5".  An exceptional display piece! Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality specimen.  Note - This item weighs 6.5 lbs. An international shipping surcharge will be applied to "Free Shipping". Please inquire for cost.

X488          SIZE: 11-1/2"     Plate size is 14.5" x 9.5".

Note - Adding 29 Green River Fm. Fossil fish in October 2020 --> Link to Fossil Fish