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This imagetitleDiplomystus dentatus fish fossil
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This imagehasTagDiplomystus dentatus
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This imagehasTagGreen River Stone Company
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This imagecommentFreshly split slab of limestone reveals a Diplomystus dentatus fish fossil at Green River Stone Company's fossil quarry near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Fossils from this ancient lakebed are of Eocene age in the Green River Formation of SW Wyoming, USA.
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