Plate of ± 20 x 20 cms, complete, unbroken, without restorations. Small Mioplosus, is ± 15,5 cm, also without any restoration and very difficult to achieve in small size.
* Very similar to the current Perch; the Mioplosus labracoides is distinguished by its double dorsal fin and pointed teeth. It is believed that he was a voracious predator as they always are alone and quite isolated, and the fact that several of them have found other fish in the throat.
Eocene, Green River Formation
Lewis Ranch, Lincoln County,Wyoming, USA
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