About 50 million years ago parts of what is now Colorado, Utah and Wyoming were covered by
large intermountain lakes. The limestone, marl, shale and other sediments deposited in those lakes are today known as the Green River Formation.
The fish below are from the Green River Formation near Kemmerer, Wyoming. They have been carefully prepared for display. Some have been highlighted to enhance their appearance or to touch in the tip of a fin or tail.
Fossil Fish Plates
The fossil fish plates shown below will look great mounted on your wall "as is" or mounted in a nice frame. Some people display them on a desk or table using a plate holder. Other people incorporate them into a tile wall, such as a kitchen backsplash. The plates range from about 3/8" inch to 1" inch in thickness. They have been carfully prepared for display. Some have been highlighted to enhance their appearance or to touch in the tip of a fin or tail.
Fossil Priscacara liops (#15)
Fish Length: 4 1/2 inches Plate Size: 11 1/4 inches by 9 3/8 inches
Fossil Diplomystus dentatus (#13)
Fish Length: 6 1/4 inches Plate Size: 9 1/2 inches by 6 3/4 inches
Fossil Knightia eocaena (#11)
Fish Length: 5 3/4 inches Plate Size: 12 3/4 inches by 10 1/2 inches
Fossil Knightia (#8)
Fish Length: 5 1/2 inches Plate Size: 10 inches by 8 inches
Fossil Knightia (#9)
Fish Length: 6 inches Plate Size: 7 1/4 inches by 7 3/4 inches