This open edition inkjet reproduction is of a pastel illustration I did in 2004 for a diorama exhibit in a natural history museum in Florida. The scene depicts a freshwater lake environment in New York during the late Devonian, some 350 million years ago. The lungfish Fleurantia floats within roots of sunken proto-conifers as small Diplicanthus swim by in the foreground. In the background, an armored predatory arthrodire attacks Holoptychius, a large freshwater crossopterygian. This image is a detail from a larger, square dimensioned work. The actual reproduction measures 9.8 x 18.1 inches.