Fishes

Exceptional Gar Fish
Exceptional Gar Fish

Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming A 50-million-year-old gar fish which is extraordinarily well-preserved. The exemplary specimen was an ancestor to today's gar fish. Specimen measures 30 inches Matrix measures 33 1/2x 13 inches $12,000

Square Fossil Fish Mural
Square Fossil Fish Mural

Knightia eocaena, Diplomystus Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming Surrounded by a sleek frame of African wenge wood, numerous beautifully preserved fossil fish are seen in a "mass mortality" presentation in the exact positions in which they perished. The individuals met their end simultaneously due to a geologic cataclysm which took place 51 million years ago. The gorgeous texture of the limestone matrix adds to the appeal of this fascinating piece. 61 x 61 inches $30,000

"The Predator" Fossil Fish Mural
"The Predator" Fossil Fish Mural

Phareodus encaustus, Cockerellites liops, Knightia eocaena, Diplomystus dentatus Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming A gorgeous fossil fish mural features a "school" of varied fish species evading a piranha-like predator, Phareodus encaustus. Phareodus' needle-like teeth, exemplified by this specimen, evidence its carnivorous habit. Measures 60 x 108 inches $24,800

A Wonderful Natural Fish Mural
A Wonderful Natural Fish Mural

31114GD-04 Knightia eocaena, Phareodus sp, Mioplosus sp. Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming This natural, irregularly shaped fossil fish mural represents a "mass mortality" of fish caused by a natural cataclysm which took place 50 million years ago. Measures 69 x 83 inches $24,000

Giant Cretaceous Fossil Fish
Giant Cretaceous Fossil Fish

A Mounted Cretaceous Fish Skeleton Xiphactinus audax Cretaceous Niobrara Formation, Western Kansas This amazing, very large predatory fish menaced the intercontinental seaway in North America during the Age of Dinosaurs. Prepared in a highly unusual and aesthetically stunning three-dimensional display. Measuring 12 feet in total length. Price Upon Request

A Rare Permian Shark
A Rare Permian Shark

Orthacanthus senckenbergianus Permian Germany Seldom are shark skeletons fossilized, as their cartilaginous structure usually decays before fossilization can occur. This specimen boasts a stunning white color against a graphite-toned stone matrix. Fitted with a metal cleat system for display on any wall of conventional construction. Matrix measures 81 x 40.5 inches; specimen measures 74 inches Price Upon Request

Room-Sized Fossil Triptych
Room-Sized Fossil Triptych

A Eocene "Aquarium" Triptych Diplomystus dentatus, Knightia eocaena, Priscacara serrata Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming A pair of mosaic limestone murals flank a superb fossil fish mural measuring 60 x 108 inches. $34,500

Fish "in Pursuit"
Fish "in Pursuit"

Diplomystus dentatus, Cockerellites liops Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming Three large fossil fish appear to be chasing each other in this mural, which also includes a prehistoric sunfish-like fish. The limestone matrix displays attractive tonal variety and some natural iron oxide coloration. Framed in tropical walnut and cleated for wall display. 53 x 43 inches SOLD

Superb Fossil Fishes
Superb Fossil Fishes

The large Diplomystus presented here with two Cockerellites liops is as nice as they come. The mural has been framed in tropical walnut and is fitted with a cleat system for easy wall display. Measures 20 x 38 inches. SOLD