This slide and slide 31 show impact craters in a sampling of nearly the entire size range on Venus. Craters are listed in order of increasing diameter.
98 km (51.9°N, 143.4°E, Cochran): This crater has a central ring of peaks. Note the upper right corner where the ejecta appears to have been emplaced as a very fluid flow that follows the topography.
176 km (29.9°S, 204.2°E, Isabella): There are at least two rings of peaks within this crater. Some of the ejecta has flowed hundreds of kilometers from the crater.