This is definitely the biggest and potentially the best Coelacanth of this species we ever had. Just scroll through the detail pictures. Every tiny detail of every scale is perfectly preserved and this from head to tail.
There are from this location 4 types of coelacanthidae that have been described. The Coelacanthus madagascariensis is the biggest of the 4 while being one of the more rare species. This particular nodule shows incredible details of scales and fins which is quite rare for this type of Coelacanth. Even more spectacular is the incredible preservation of the tail.
The fish comes in nodular form with both sides completely preserved.