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This irregularly shaped fossil mural was quarried from our "Fossil Lake" stone layer. The fossils include a large and two smaller Diplomystus dentatus. Diplomystus was a surface-feeding fish characterized by its distinctive upturned mouth. Along with the Diplomystus is a  Knightia eocaena, an extinct relative of today's saltwater herring. The stone offers a unique horizontal shape with beige colors and bold textures. The mural is backed in wood with finished and beveled edges. We have added a two-part French cleat to the back for easy hanging.

Thiemural ships in a custom made wood crate, fully insured against loss or damage.