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Green River Fossil offers the world's finest museum quality fossil art for those with discerning taste.

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Each stone is unearthed in our private quarry in southwestern Wyoming, the site of a 50 million-year-old lakebed, considered to be one of the world’s premier sites for discovering fossils. In the quarry, our geologist and his expert crew remove stone, layer-by-layer, in search of ancient fossil treasures. Once found, our team of paleontologists and craftsmen spend hour upon hour painstakingly chipping away the stone that covers the fossils, revealing their most intricate details, creating beautiful works of natural art. Our work can be found in major art collections and in museums throughout the world.

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This beautiful living room fireplace features a 3' tall x 6' wide fossil mural. The mural was quarried from our Volcanic Ash stone layer. The fossils include large and small Diplomystus dentatus, a Notogoneus osculus, two Cockerellites liops, and three Knightia eocaena. The fossils date from the Early Eocene.

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This warm sunlit room features a 49" x 37" Collector size fossil mural. The mural was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer, a rare dark limestone unique to our quarry. The mural contains a large and small Diplomystus dentatus, three Knightia eocaena, and a rare freshwater stingray Heliobatis radians.

This warm sunlit room features a 49" x 37" Collector size fossil mural. The mural was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer, a rare dark limestone unique to our quarry. The mural contains a large and small Diplomystus dentatus, three Knightia eocaena, and a rare freshwater stingray Heliobatis radians.

This large irregularly shaped mural provides the perfect finishing touch to the room. Its fossils include a large Phareodus encaustus, and three small Knightia eocaena (50 million-years-old)

This large irregularly shaped mural provides the perfect finishing touch to the room. Its fossils include a large Phareodus encaustus, and three small Knightia eocaena (50 million-years-old)

This rare fossil branch with leaves has found a beautiful setting. The 9' x 4' fossil mural features a 92" (undescribed) branch with four leaves. The age of the fossil is the Early Eocene (50 million years old). Home Interior by: Scott Arthur Yerkey Design. Fossil Mural supplied by: Filsinger Gallery.

This rare fossil branch with leaves has found a beautiful setting. The 9' x 4' fossil mural features a 92" (undescribed) branch with four leaves. The age of the fossil is the Early Eocene (50 million years old). Home Interior by: Scott Arthur Yerkey Design. Fossil Mural supplied by: Filsinger Gallery.

A giant triptych containing over 50 fossils from the Early Eocene decorates the wall of this modern Florida dining room. The mural's dimensions are 98" tall x 164" wide. The fossils include a rare Notogoenus osculus, 3- large & 3- small Diplomysuts dentatus, a large Phareodus encaustus, a large Mioplosus labracoides, 22- Knightia eocaena, and 15- Cockerellites liops.

A giant triptych containing over 50 fossils from the Early Eocene decorates the wall of this modern Florida dining room. The mural's dimensions are 98" tall x 164" wide. The fossils include a rare Notogoenus osculus, 3- large & 3- small Diplomysuts dentatus, a large Phareodus encaustus, a large Mioplosus labracoides, 22- Knightia eocaena, and 15- Cockerellites liops.

Anthropocene and Eocene. The photograph by Edward Burtynsky is from his series "The Anthropocene Project" a photographic portfolio that investigates the profound impact humans are having on our planet. It sits alongside our fossil sculpture, a fossilized recording of life during the Early Eocene (50 million years ago). The Eocene Epoch was also a time in the earth's history that marked the rapid rise of atmospheric Co2 and global warming. 

Anthropocene and Eocene. The photograph by Edward Burtynsky is from his series "The Anthropocene Project" a photographic portfolio that investigates the profound impact humans are having on our planet. It sits alongside our fossil sculpture, a fossilized recording of life during the Early Eocene (50 million years ago). The Eocene Epoch was also a time in the earth's history that marked the rapid rise of atmospheric Co2 and global warming. 

This 77" tall x 42" wide irregularly shaped fossil mural has beautiful tans, beiges, and brown colors that work well with those of the room. The fossils include large and small Diplomystus dentatus, 5- Knightia eocaena, and Priscacara serrata.

This 77" tall x 42" wide irregularly shaped fossil mural has beautiful tans, beiges, and brown colors that work well with those of the room. The fossils include large and small Diplomystus dentatus, 5- Knightia eocaena, and Priscacara serrata.

This large 4' tall x 6' wide fossil mural was quarried from a rare dark limestone layer we call "Mosaic Lake II". The fossils include a large Phareodus encaustus, two large Diplomystus dentatus, and 15- Knightia eocaena. The mural was framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame, backed in wood with a two-part French cleat on the back for easy hanging.

This large 4' tall x 6' wide fossil mural was quarried from a rare dark limestone layer we call "Mosaic Lake II". The fossils include a large Phareodus encaustus, two large Diplomystus dentatus, and 15- Knightia eocaena. The mural was framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame, backed in wood with a two-part French cleat on the back for easy hanging.

This delicate fossil mural measures 81" tall x 48" wide. It contains a rare 73" Palm Flower. The flower is part of the annual bloom that grew atop the prehistoric palm trees found in the Green River Formation of southwestern Wyoming, 50 million years ago. Fossilized palm flowers of this size and quality are exceptionally rare.

This delicate fossil mural measures 81" tall x 48" wide. It contains a rare 73" Palm Flower. The flower is part of the annual bloom that grew atop the prehistoric palm trees found in the Green River Formation of southwestern Wyoming, 50 million years ago. Fossilized palm flowers of this size and quality are exceptionally rare.

This stone wall in a Park City Utah home features a large fossil triptych. The fossils include small and large Diplomystus dentatus, Phareodus testis, Mioplosus labracoides, Cockerellites liops, and Knightia eocaena. The mural measures 4' tall x 6' wide. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges, and a two-part French cleat has been added to the backs for easy hanging.

This stone wall in a Park City Utah home features a large fossil triptych. The fossils include small and large Diplomystus dentatus, Phareodus testis, Mioplosus labracoides, Cockerellites liops, and Knightia eocaena. The mural measures 4' tall x 6' wide. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges, and a two-part French cleat has been added to the backs for easy hanging.

A beautiful fossil mural hangs in the dining room of this eastern shorefront home. The mural was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer. A rare dark limestone that is unique to our quarry. This most unique stone is known for its tan and gray colors, and its exceptional fossil content. Photos Courtesy of Robert A Cardello Architects.

A beautiful fossil mural hangs in the dining room of this eastern shorefront home. The mural was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer. A rare dark limestone that is unique to our quarry. This most unique stone is known for its tan and gray colors, and its exceptional fossil content. Photos Courtesy of Robert A Cardello Architects.

This 30" tall x 49" wide "Collector Size" fossil mural hangs above the fireplace in this contemporary living room. The stone is our Mosaic Lake stone layer.  The fossils include a large Notogonous osculus, a Mioplosus labracoides, and a Knightia eocaena. The mural is framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame.

This 30" tall x 49" wide "Collector Size" fossil mural hangs above the fireplace in this contemporary living room. The stone is our Mosaic Lake stone layer.  The fossils include a large Notogonous osculus, a Mioplosus labracoides, and a Knightia eocaena. The mural is framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame.

This giant fossil Duptych sits at the entryway of a modern home. The mural measures 108" tall x 120" wide. It was supplied framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame, backed in wood, with a two-part French cleat. The cleat and armature system was designed to support the two murals' combined weight of nearly 600 lbs. The fossils include numerous large and small fossils that date back to the Early Eocene, 50 million years old.

This giant fossil Duptych sits at the entryway of a modern home. The mural measures 108" tall x 120" wide. It was supplied framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame, backed in wood, with a two-part French cleat. The cleat and armature system was designed to support the two murals' combined weight of nearly 600 lbs. The fossils include numerous large and small fossils that date back to the Early Eocene, 50 million years old.

This outdoor wall contains a 50 million-year-old fossil palm frond palmacites sp. measuring over 8' tall. It was installed in a covered outdoor location in Jackson Hole Wyoming. Normally such outdoor use is not recommended but in this case, Green River supplied a winter cover for the fossil during the winter months.

This outdoor wall contains a 50 million-year-old fossil palm frond palmacites sp. measuring over 8' tall. It was installed in a covered outdoor location in Jackson Hole Wyoming. Normally such outdoor use is not recommended but in this case, Green River supplied a winter cover for the fossil during the winter months.

This large irregularly shaped fossil mural measures 10' x 40". It was custom-built for the space above the fireplace. The mural features a variety of large and small fossils on a light limestone matrix. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges.  A two-part French cleat was added for easy hanging.

This large irregularly shaped fossil mural measures 10' x 40". It was custom-built for the space above the fireplace. The mural features a variety of large and small fossils on a light limestone matrix. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges.  A two-part French cleat was added for easy hanging.

This fossil triptych has been attached to the wall of a covered outdoor fireplace. The limestone fossil triptych measures 4' tall x 6' wide and it contains both large and small fossils. The fossils date back to the Early Eocene, 50 million years old. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges.

This fossil triptych has been attached to the wall of a covered outdoor fireplace. The limestone fossil triptych measures 4' tall x 6' wide and it contains both large and small fossils. The fossils date back to the Early Eocene, 50 million years old. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges.

This unique fossil sculpture sits in a lighted alcove. The limestone sculpture contains the fossilized remains of a rare 50 million-year-old, Palm Flower.  To support the stone in an upright position, we have attached it to a steel post and base. The post and base allow the stone to pivot left and right, allowing the viewer to find an ideal viewing angle.

This unique fossil sculpture sits in a lighted alcove. The limestone sculpture contains the fossilized remains of a rare 50 million-year-old, Palm Flower.  To support the stone in an upright position, we have attached it to a steel post and base. The post and base allow the stone to pivot left and right, allowing the viewer to find an ideal viewing angle.

This fossil Duptych was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer. Each mural measures approx. 4' tall x 3' wide. Mosaic Lake is a rare dark limestone layer that is unique to our quarry. It has wonderful colors, and textures, and is known for exceptional fossil content. In this case, the murals contain a rare Phareodus testis, large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and Cockerellites liops. 

This fossil Duptych was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer. Each mural measures approx. 4' tall x 3' wide. Mosaic Lake is a rare dark limestone layer that is unique to our quarry. It has wonderful colors, and textures, and is known for exceptional fossil content. In this case, the murals contain a rare Phareodus testis, large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and Cockerellites liops. 

This large living room contains a fossil mural that is over 12' tall. The fossil palm, sabalites sp. is among the largest ever found. The stone is our "Fossil Lake" stone layer. The age of the palm is early Eocene, 50 million years old).

This large living room contains a fossil mural that is over 12' tall. The fossil palm, sabalites sp. is among the largest ever found. The stone is our "Fossil Lake" stone layer. The age of the palm is early Eocene, 50 million years old).

The fireplace wall in this home contains a large irregularly shaped fossil mural. The mural measures 75" tall x 39" wide. It was quarried from our "Fossil Lake" stone layer. The fossils include large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and a Mioplosus labracoides. The mural was supplied backed in wood with finished beveled edges. A two-part French cleat was added to the back for easy hanging.

The fireplace wall in this home contains a large irregularly shaped fossil mural. The mural measures 75" tall x 39" wide. It was quarried from our "Fossil Lake" stone layer. The fossils include large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and a Mioplosus labracoides. The mural was supplied backed in wood with finished beveled edges. A two-part French cleat was added to the back for easy hanging.

This horizontal "Gallery Sized" mural sits on the wall of a coveted patio in southern Florida. The 8' x 4' mural features a partial palm frond, large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and Mioplosus labracoides. The mural was supplied framed in a Wenge wood frame, backed in wood with a two-part French cleat for easy hanging. 

This horizontal "Gallery Sized" mural sits on the wall of a coveted patio in southern Florida. The 8' x 4' mural features a partial palm frond, large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and Mioplosus labracoides. The mural was supplied framed in a Wenge wood frame, backed in wood with a two-part French cleat for easy hanging. 

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This beautiful living room fireplace features a 3' tall x 6' wide fossil mural. The mural was quarried from our Volcanic Ash stone layer. The fossils include large and small Diplomystus dentatus, a Notogoneus osculus, two Cockerellites liops, and three Knightia eocaena. The fossils date from the Early Eocene.

This warm sunlit room features a 49" x 37" Collector size fossil mural. The mural was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer, a rare dark limestone unique to our quarry. The mural contains a large and small Diplomystus dentatus, three Knightia eocaena, and a rare freshwater stingray Heliobatis radians.

This warm sunlit room features a 49" x 37" Collector size fossil mural. The mural was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer, a rare dark limestone unique to our quarry. The mural contains a large and small Diplomystus dentatus, three Knightia eocaena, and a rare freshwater stingray Heliobatis radians.

This large irregularly shaped mural provides the perfect finishing touch to the room. Its fossils include a large Phareodus encaustus, and three small Knightia eocaena (50 million-years-old)

This large irregularly shaped mural provides the perfect finishing touch to the room. Its fossils include a large Phareodus encaustus, and three small Knightia eocaena (50 million-years-old)

This rare fossil branch with leaves has found a beautiful setting. The 9' x 4' fossil mural features a 92" (undescribed) branch with four leaves. The age of the fossil is the Early Eocene (50 million years old). Home Interior by: Scott Arthur Yerkey Design. Fossil Mural supplied by: Filsinger Gallery.

This rare fossil branch with leaves has found a beautiful setting. The 9' x 4' fossil mural features a 92" (undescribed) branch with four leaves. The age of the fossil is the Early Eocene (50 million years old). Home Interior by: Scott Arthur Yerkey Design. Fossil Mural supplied by: Filsinger Gallery.

A giant triptych containing over 50 fossils from the Early Eocene decorates the wall of this modern Florida dining room. The mural's dimensions are 98" tall x 164" wide. The fossils include a rare Notogoenus osculus, 3- large & 3- small Diplomysuts dentatus, a large Phareodus encaustus, a large Mioplosus labracoides, 22- Knightia eocaena, and 15- Cockerellites liops.

A giant triptych containing over 50 fossils from the Early Eocene decorates the wall of this modern Florida dining room. The mural's dimensions are 98" tall x 164" wide. The fossils include a rare Notogoenus osculus, 3- large & 3- small Diplomysuts dentatus, a large Phareodus encaustus, a large Mioplosus labracoides, 22- Knightia eocaena, and 15- Cockerellites liops.

Anthropocene and Eocene. The photograph by Edward Burtynsky is from his series "The Anthropocene Project" a photographic portfolio that investigates the profound impact humans are having on our planet. It sits alongside our fossil sculpture, a fossilized recording of life during the Early Eocene (50 million years ago). The Eocene Epoch was also a time in the earth's history that marked the rapid rise of atmospheric Co2 and global warming. 

Anthropocene and Eocene. The photograph by Edward Burtynsky is from his series "The Anthropocene Project" a photographic portfolio that investigates the profound impact humans are having on our planet. It sits alongside our fossil sculpture, a fossilized recording of life during the Early Eocene (50 million years ago). The Eocene Epoch was also a time in the earth's history that marked the rapid rise of atmospheric Co2 and global warming. 

This 77" tall x 42" wide irregularly shaped fossil mural has beautiful tans, beiges, and brown colors that work well with those of the room. The fossils include large and small Diplomystus dentatus, 5- Knightia eocaena, and Priscacara serrata.

This 77" tall x 42" wide irregularly shaped fossil mural has beautiful tans, beiges, and brown colors that work well with those of the room. The fossils include large and small Diplomystus dentatus, 5- Knightia eocaena, and Priscacara serrata.

This large 4' tall x 6' wide fossil mural was quarried from a rare dark limestone layer we call "Mosaic Lake II". The fossils include a large Phareodus encaustus, two large Diplomystus dentatus, and 15- Knightia eocaena. The mural was framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame, backed in wood with a two-part French cleat on the back for easy hanging.

This large 4' tall x 6' wide fossil mural was quarried from a rare dark limestone layer we call "Mosaic Lake II". The fossils include a large Phareodus encaustus, two large Diplomystus dentatus, and 15- Knightia eocaena. The mural was framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame, backed in wood with a two-part French cleat on the back for easy hanging.

This delicate fossil mural measures 81" tall x 48" wide. It contains a rare 73" Palm Flower. The flower is part of the annual bloom that grew atop the prehistoric palm trees found in the Green River Formation of southwestern Wyoming, 50 million years ago. Fossilized palm flowers of this size and quality are exceptionally rare.

This delicate fossil mural measures 81" tall x 48" wide. It contains a rare 73" Palm Flower. The flower is part of the annual bloom that grew atop the prehistoric palm trees found in the Green River Formation of southwestern Wyoming, 50 million years ago. Fossilized palm flowers of this size and quality are exceptionally rare.

This stone wall in a Park City Utah home features a large fossil triptych. The fossils include small and large Diplomystus dentatus, Phareodus testis, Mioplosus labracoides, Cockerellites liops, and Knightia eocaena. The mural measures 4' tall x 6' wide. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges, and a two-part French cleat has been added to the backs for easy hanging.

This stone wall in a Park City Utah home features a large fossil triptych. The fossils include small and large Diplomystus dentatus, Phareodus testis, Mioplosus labracoides, Cockerellites liops, and Knightia eocaena. The mural measures 4' tall x 6' wide. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges, and a two-part French cleat has been added to the backs for easy hanging.

A beautiful fossil mural hangs in the dining room of this eastern shorefront home. The mural was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer. A rare dark limestone that is unique to our quarry. This most unique stone is known for its tan and gray colors, and its exceptional fossil content. Photos Courtesy of Robert A Cardello Architects.

A beautiful fossil mural hangs in the dining room of this eastern shorefront home. The mural was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer. A rare dark limestone that is unique to our quarry. This most unique stone is known for its tan and gray colors, and its exceptional fossil content. Photos Courtesy of Robert A Cardello Architects.

This 30" tall x 49" wide "Collector Size" fossil mural hangs above the fireplace in this contemporary living room. The stone is our Mosaic Lake stone layer.  The fossils include a large Notogonous osculus, a Mioplosus labracoides, and a Knightia eocaena. The mural is framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame.

This 30" tall x 49" wide "Collector Size" fossil mural hangs above the fireplace in this contemporary living room. The stone is our Mosaic Lake stone layer.  The fossils include a large Notogonous osculus, a Mioplosus labracoides, and a Knightia eocaena. The mural is framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame.

This giant fossil Duptych sits at the entryway of a modern home. The mural measures 108" tall x 120" wide. It was supplied framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame, backed in wood, with a two-part French cleat. The cleat and armature system was designed to support the two murals' combined weight of nearly 600 lbs. The fossils include numerous large and small fossils that date back to the Early Eocene, 50 million years old.

This giant fossil Duptych sits at the entryway of a modern home. The mural measures 108" tall x 120" wide. It was supplied framed in a hand-made Wenge wood frame, backed in wood, with a two-part French cleat. The cleat and armature system was designed to support the two murals' combined weight of nearly 600 lbs. The fossils include numerous large and small fossils that date back to the Early Eocene, 50 million years old.

This outdoor wall contains a 50 million-year-old fossil palm frond palmacites sp. measuring over 8' tall. It was installed in a covered outdoor location in Jackson Hole Wyoming. Normally such outdoor use is not recommended but in this case, Green River supplied a winter cover for the fossil during the winter months.

This outdoor wall contains a 50 million-year-old fossil palm frond palmacites sp. measuring over 8' tall. It was installed in a covered outdoor location in Jackson Hole Wyoming. Normally such outdoor use is not recommended but in this case, Green River supplied a winter cover for the fossil during the winter months.

This large irregularly shaped fossil mural measures 10' x 40". It was custom-built for the space above the fireplace. The mural features a variety of large and small fossils on a light limestone matrix. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges.  A two-part French cleat was added for easy hanging.

This large irregularly shaped fossil mural measures 10' x 40". It was custom-built for the space above the fireplace. The mural features a variety of large and small fossils on a light limestone matrix. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges.  A two-part French cleat was added for easy hanging.

This fossil triptych has been attached to the wall of a covered outdoor fireplace. The limestone fossil triptych measures 4' tall x 6' wide and it contains both large and small fossils. The fossils date back to the Early Eocene, 50 million years old. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges.

This fossil triptych has been attached to the wall of a covered outdoor fireplace. The limestone fossil triptych measures 4' tall x 6' wide and it contains both large and small fossils. The fossils date back to the Early Eocene, 50 million years old. The stone is backed in wood with finished beveled edges.

This unique fossil sculpture sits in a lighted alcove. The limestone sculpture contains the fossilized remains of a rare 50 million-year-old, Palm Flower.  To support the stone in an upright position, we have attached it to a steel post and base. The post and base allow the stone to pivot left and right, allowing the viewer to find an ideal viewing angle.

This unique fossil sculpture sits in a lighted alcove. The limestone sculpture contains the fossilized remains of a rare 50 million-year-old, Palm Flower.  To support the stone in an upright position, we have attached it to a steel post and base. The post and base allow the stone to pivot left and right, allowing the viewer to find an ideal viewing angle.

This fossil Duptych was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer. Each mural measures approx. 4' tall x 3' wide. Mosaic Lake is a rare dark limestone layer that is unique to our quarry. It has wonderful colors, and textures, and is known for exceptional fossil content. In this case, the murals contain a rare Phareodus testis, large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and Cockerellites liops. 

This fossil Duptych was quarried from our "Mosaic Lake" stone layer. Each mural measures approx. 4' tall x 3' wide. Mosaic Lake is a rare dark limestone layer that is unique to our quarry. It has wonderful colors, and textures, and is known for exceptional fossil content. In this case, the murals contain a rare Phareodus testis, large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and Cockerellites liops. 

This large living room contains a fossil mural that is over 12' tall. The fossil palm, sabalites sp. is among the largest ever found. The stone is our "Fossil Lake" stone layer. The age of the palm is early Eocene, 50 million years old).

This large living room contains a fossil mural that is over 12' tall. The fossil palm, sabalites sp. is among the largest ever found. The stone is our "Fossil Lake" stone layer. The age of the palm is early Eocene, 50 million years old).

The fireplace wall in this home contains a large irregularly shaped fossil mural. The mural measures 75" tall x 39" wide. It was quarried from our "Fossil Lake" stone layer. The fossils include large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and a Mioplosus labracoides. The mural was supplied backed in wood with finished beveled edges. A two-part French cleat was added to the back for easy hanging.

The fireplace wall in this home contains a large irregularly shaped fossil mural. The mural measures 75" tall x 39" wide. It was quarried from our "Fossil Lake" stone layer. The fossils include large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and a Mioplosus labracoides. The mural was supplied backed in wood with finished beveled edges. A two-part French cleat was added to the back for easy hanging.

This horizontal "Gallery Sized" mural sits on the wall of a coveted patio in southern Florida. The 8' x 4' mural features a partial palm frond, large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and Mioplosus labracoides. The mural was supplied framed in a Wenge wood frame, backed in wood with a two-part French cleat for easy hanging. 

This horizontal "Gallery Sized" mural sits on the wall of a coveted patio in southern Florida. The 8' x 4' mural features a partial palm frond, large and small Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, and Mioplosus labracoides. The mural was supplied framed in a Wenge wood frame, backed in wood with a two-part French cleat for easy hanging.