A wonderfully detailed fossil plate of a Diplomystus. Diplomystus (Greek for "double whiskers"); most frequently pronounced “dip-low-MY-stuss”. Diplomystus is an extinct genus of fish distantly related to modern-day herrings, alewives, and sardines. Specimens range from larval size up to 26 inches and are commonly found in close association with the extinct herring Knightia This fish measures 17 inches nose to to tail. Origin: Green River Formation, Wyoming, USA
Size: 29.5 " x 17" x 1" thick weight 38Lbs.