ARG00019np - fuzzy spiral host?
SDSS J103428.79+375856.7, the likely host of the central doublelobe, has a photometric redshift of 0.379 ± 0.0946/0.271 ± 0.2011, per SDSS. While faint, its morphology is clearly not that of a boring elliptical:
Boilerplate: SDSS image per
http://skyservice.pha.jhu.edu/DR10/ImgCutout/getjpeg.aspx, FIRST (red) contours derived from the FITS file produced using SkyView with Python code described in this RGZ Talk thread. Image center is the galaxy SDSS J103428.79+375856.7, near the center of the ARG image (ARG00019np; J2000.0). "z_ph" is an SDSS photometric redshift of the galaxy in the center.