FOSSIL FISH

                                     

These fish are from the Green River formation, Kemmerer ,Wyoming
The fish in this deposit were left from a fresh water lake that dried up in the Eocene approx. 50 million years ago.
 
Knightia Eocaena
 
The most common fish in Fossil Lake and may be the most common articulated vertebrate fossil in the world. The Knightia is Wyoming's state fossil.
 
 
Item # Availability Size Price Photo
Knight1 

NEW !

 4 " Knightia Fish, Green River Formation. 50 million years old.

$40

Knight2

NEW !

 Three 1 3/4 " Knightia Fish, Green River Formation. 50 million years old.

$35

Knight3 

NEW !

3 1/2 " Knightia Fish, Green River Formation. 50 million years old.

$40

Knight4

NEW !

4 " Knightia Fish, Green River Formation. 50 million years old.

$40

Knight5 

NEW !

3 3/4 " Knightia Fish, Green River Formation. 50 million years old.

$35

Knight6

NEW !

Two 2 1/2 " Knightia Fish, Green River Formation. 50 million years old.

$45

Knight7 

NEW !

4 1/4 " Knightia Fish Green River Formation. 50 million years old

$40

Knight8

NEW !

3 1/8 " Knightia Fish Green River Formation. 50 million years old

$30

Knight9 NEW ! 3 " Knightia Fish Green River Formation. 50 million years old $35
Knight10

NEW !

3 1/4 " Knightia Fish Green River Formation. 50 million years old

$40

 

Knightia Alta

The deep-bodied Knightia Alta is less common in Fossil Lake than Knightia Eocaena, unlike Lake Gosiute which contains abundant Knightia Alta and fewer Knightia Eocaena.

Item # Availability Size Price Photo
Knightia11  NEW !  5 " Knightia Alta Fish, Green River Formation. 50 million years old. $35
Knightia12 NEW ! 4 " Knightia Alta Fish, Green river formation. 50 million years old. $30
Knightia13  NEW ! 4 1/4 " Knightia Alta Fish, Green river formation. 50 million years old. $45
Knightia14 NEW ! 5 1/4 " Knightia Alta Fish, Green river formation. 50 million years old. $60
Knightia15  NEW ! 4 1/2 " Knightia Alta Fish, Green river formation. 50 million years old. $45
Knightia16 NEW ! 4 " Knightia Alta Fish, Green river formation. 50 million years old. $40

 

Diplomystus Dentatus

This is the second most common fish in Fossil Lake. Fish are occasionally preserved in their stomachs or stuck in their mouths, which suggests that other fish were in its diet.

 

Item # Availability Size Price Photo
Diplo1  NEW ! 3 3/4 " Diplomystus Fish, Green River Formation. 50 million years old. $50  
Diplo2 NEW ! 4 3/4 " Diplomystus Fish, Green river formation. 50 million years old. $50
Diplo3  NEW ! 4 3/8 " Diplomystus Fish, Green river formation. 50 million years old.

Repaired

$30  
Diplo4 NEW ! 4 " Diplomystus Fish, Green river formation. 50 million years old. $50  

Priscacara Liops

Less common than Knightia and Diplomystus, Priscacara Liops probably fed on small creatures like snails, crabs, prawns, and tadpoles.

 

Item # Availability Size Price Photo
Prisca1  NEW ! 3 3/4 " Priscacara Fish, Green River Formation. 50 million years old. $180