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Fossil Fish Mural 0702AB (SOLD)
Fossil Fish Mural 0702AB (SOLD)
large Notogoneus osculus and two Diplomystus dentatus 
large Phareodus encaustus and Knightia eocaena 
angled view
example of the reverse side of a mural

This natural fossil stone diptych highlights a dramatically large duo of Eocene-era fossil fish. The fossils are approximately 50 million years old and came from the Green River Formation in Wyoming. This pair of fossil murals features a Notogoneus osculus, a Phareodus encaustus, two Diplomystus dentatus, and a Knightia eocaena.

This fossil limestone features a dramatic pop of rich orange color, which in this case is an indication of volcanic activity at the time this sedimentary layer (which we call Ash) was laid in the ancient lakebed. The colorful contrast of the stone layers adds to rich dynamic of this fossil presentation.

The two panels of this custom fossil diptych are finished with beautifully beveled edges and it is fully backed in wood with a built-in French cleat system. This mural ships in a custom wood crate, is fully insured against loss or damage, and is ready for immediate installation.


We would be glad to provide you with a shipping quote or to create renderings of this mural installed in your space. The members of our sales team are fossil experts with decades of experience and they will be able to answer any questions you have, so please feel free to inquire at the link above or to call us for additional information.