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Penn Dixie Fossils - Fish
Fossil fish bone material, 5.2 cm long, collected from the North Evans Limestones by Jerry Bastedo
Fossil Fish: The specimen is 5.6 cm in the longest dimension, and was discovered by Jerry Bastedo in the North Evans limestone. Some of the specimen has been broken away and was not found.
Fish plate, 3.2 cm long, discovered by Gary Thomas in the Windom shale.
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