16 April 2007
Eocène inférieur, Monte Bolca, Italie.
Classe Euteleostei, ordre Perciforme, famille Pycnodontidae, genre Pycnodus, finement dégagé, oeil bien visible.
Plaque: 10 x 10,5 cm. (4 x 4 1/8 in.), poisson: 6,5 cm. (2½ in.)
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