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Geisacanthus elegans

Geisacanthus elegans was named by Evans (1904). Its type specimen is UCMP M9087, an osteoderm (fin spine), and it is a 3D body fossil. Its type locality is Paris Canyon, Bear Lake County, which is in a Smithian marine horizon in the Thaynes Formation of Idaho.

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