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LYCOPTERA-- FISH FROM 150 MILLION YEARS AGO
Lycoptera was a small, freshwater fish. Most species fed on plankton, and had numerous tiny teeth. A few species like L. gansuensis, L. muroii, and L. sinensis had larger teeth and probably fed on small insects and their larvae.
Many specimens preserve minute details and impressions of soft tissues. Lycoptera was covered in tiny oval scales about 1.2 millimeters across, and overall resembled the common minnow.
Lycoptera fossils are buried in fine lake sediments.
Name: Lycoptera davidi - Nice mass mortality plate with excellent details.
Geologic Age: Late Jurassic/Early Cretaceous
Location: Liaoning Province(Part of Manchuria), China
It is legal to export it as long as it's under 30 CMs length.
Posting will be done with hard box and you could choose EMS which will cost you extra $18.00.
Transaction was quick and efficient; I hope the delivery is as well. The pendant looks charming. Intrigued to see whether the stone is equal to the photo. Does anybody know what the carving represents?
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