16 April 2007
Eocène inférieur. Monte Bolca, Italie.
Classe Euteleostei, ordre Scorpaeniforme, famille Rhamphiosidae, genre Rhamphosus, ce poisson possède un long rostre et se distingue par une longue épine sur le dos.
Plaque: 22 x 11 cm. (8¾ x 4¼ in.), poisson: 13 cm. (5 in.)
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Voir un exemplaire similaire conservé au Museo dei fossili e luoqhi di scavo, Lessinia, Italie sous le numéro d'inventaire 24560.
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