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The 200-Fish-Palm, - A Magnificent Fossil Mural Sabalites sp., Knightia eocaena Eocene  Green River Formation, Wyoming

The 200-Fish-Palm, - A Magnificent Fossil Mural Sabalites sp., Knightia eocaena Eocene Green River Formation, Wyoming

Fossils:Fish, FOSSIL FISH WITH PALM FLOWER. Priscacara serrata.Eocene, Green River Formation. Wyoming, USA....

Fossils:Fish, FOSSIL FISH WITH PALM FLOWER. Priscacara serrata.Eocene, Green River Formation. Wyoming, USA....

Fossilized palm frond from the Green River Formation, Lincoln County, Wyoming, US

Fossilized palm frond from the Green River Formation, Lincoln County, Wyoming, US

Fossil fish mural from Green River Stone. Have wanted a fossil backsplash for years.

Fossil fish mural from Green River Stone. Have wanted a fossil backsplash for years.

GIANT FOSSIL PALM AND STINGRAY  Heliobatus radians, Sabalites sp., Knightia sp.  Eocene  Green River Formation, Lincoln Co., Wyoming, USA  The Heliobatus Stingray is one of the rarer species to be found in  the Green River Fossil Lake Formation in southwest Wyoming.

GIANT FOSSIL PALM AND STINGRAY Heliobatus radians, Sabalites sp., Knightia sp. Eocene Green River Formation, Lincoln Co., Wyoming, USA The Heliobatus Stingray is one of the rarer species to be found in the Green River Fossil Lake Formation in southwest Wyoming.

Large 64"tall Fossil Palm Flower from the Green River Formation in SW Wyoming.  SOLD  Fossil Murals available at Filsinger Fine Art & Fossil Gallery, Palm Desert, CA  www.filsingergallery.com

Large 64"tall Fossil Palm Flower from the Green River Formation in SW Wyoming. SOLD Fossil Murals available at Filsinger Fine Art & Fossil Gallery, Palm Desert, CA www.filsingergallery.com

FOSSIL GAR WITH FOSSIL FISH Lepisosteus sp. & Knightia sp. Eocene, Green River Formation Wyoming, USA

FOSSIL GAR WITH FOSSIL FISH Lepisosteus sp. & Knightia sp. Eocene, Green River Formation Wyoming, USA

FOSSIL FISH WITH LEAVES Knightia sp., Populas wilmattae, Sapindaceae family Eocene Green River Formation, Kemmerer, Wyoming

FOSSIL FISH WITH LEAVES Knightia sp., Populas wilmattae, Sapindaceae family Eocene Green River Formation, Kemmerer, Wyoming

Wall "mural" of real Knightia and Diplomystus fossilized fish. On auction in Bonham's "Distinguished Fossils" sale.

Wall "mural" of real Knightia and Diplomystus fossilized fish. On auction in Bonham's "Distinguished Fossils" sale.

Eocene fossil Palm Frond, Green River, Wyoming. National Park Service. I appreciate how this photo shows relative magnitude of frond.

Eocene fossil Palm Frond, Green River, Wyoming. National Park Service. I appreciate how this photo shows relative magnitude of frond.

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