Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage, 1880) & ?Palaeocyparis sp.

Product no.: 10193

Here is a atractive plate with servile fossil fish together the a conifer branch fossil from the lower cretaceous of China. The fish fossils belong the very common species Lycoptera davidi, the fossil conifer branch likely belongs to the genus Palaeocyparis.
The largest fish fossil on this plate is about 54 mm long.

 
 

Location:

 Huangbangi Valley, Beipiao, Liaoning,Province , China  
Size Plate: about 160 x 59 mm
Age: Lower Cretaceous, Albian, Jehol group, Yixian Formation (About 125 Ma)

Price:

39,95 EUR

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Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage, 1880) & ?Palaeocyparis sp.

Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage, 1880) & ?Palaeocyparis sp.
Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage, 1880) & ?Palaeocyparis sp.
Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage, 1880) & ?Palaeocyparis sp.
Lycoptera davidi (Sauvage, 1880) & ?Palaeocyparis sp.