particularly attractive and rare fish - Predator with pointed teeth - in perfect condition - Phareodus testis - 45.5×37×1.8 cm

Description
particularly attractive and rare fish - Predator with pointed teeth - in perfect condition - Phareodus testis - 45.5×37×1.8 cm
PALEOGENE-Eocene, Ypresian (47.8–56.0 million years) - Wyoming, USA

Fossil: large predatory freshwater fish
Specific subclass: Authentic bony fish (Teleostei)
Top cohort: Bone-tongue-like (Osteoglossomorpha)
Taxonomic order: Bonytongue-like (Osteoglossiformes)
Genus and species: Phareodus testis


- 100 % original
- Rare find
- very good quality
- very detailed

- beautifully toothed
- with many pointed teeth
- good effect
- textbook-like
- High contrast

- completely scaly
- dense scaling
- Three-dimensional spine
- extremely good fins
- All fins are wonderfully spread

- Solid rock slate
- With borehole suspension

Plate size: 45.5 x 37 x 1.8 cm
Fish: 33 x 15.8 cm

The item will be packaged securely and shipped as a DHL Premium parcel with tracking number.

Lot details
Specimen
particularly attractive and rare fish - Predator with pointed teeth
Object
in perfect condition
Scientific name
Phareodus testis
Origin
Wyoming, USA
Geological Period
PALEOGENE-Eocene, Ypresian (47.8–56.0 million years)
Condition
Good condition
Dimensions
45.5×37×1.8 cm
Weight
3.5 g
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