ARG0003d3f, two compact, NW overedge extended bent emission.
Here's ARG0003d3f, what appears to be two separate #compact lobes. I've expanded this image out so that the #overedge lobe mentioned in the ARG comments left to the NW is included. This seems to be an #extended #bent lobe.
The contour overlay image in this post was created from sources, and using methods, described in this RGZ Talk
and to the ENE, SDSS J121124.71+062610.4, again a star, which is more NW of this lobe.
As to whether this could be a #doublelobe with reference to the ARG comments left, in the centre of both lobes is SDSS J121123.22+062542.5, below, which is listed as a star and has an ALLWISE reference, ALLWISE J121123.22+062542.2.
To the SE of SDSS J121123.22+062542.5 is SDSS J121124.78+062531.9, below, a galaxy which has a z_ph=0.312 ± 0.1242. This galaxy has an ALLWISE reference also, ALLWISE J121124.79+062532.1, and does seem to have a #green-outflow to the NE. It does seem unlikely, however, that both these objects are possible hosts of a #doublelobe.
To the NW is what appears to be an #extended #bent lobe. The possible host in the centre of the emission appears to be SDSS J121118.60+062737.4, which has a z_sp=0.436 +/-0.00009, an NVSS reference in NED, and an ALLWISE reference, ALLWISE J121118.59+062737.6. If this is the host of the emission it is an extremely unusual looking galaxy, possibly #disturbed, and seems to have #red-outflows.
This lobe is quite visible in NVSS, below.
Comments, suggestions, welcome.