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Hello, I recently purchased this piece of Baltic amber with an insect inclusion. Don't have it in hand yet so can't do the more exhaustive tests, but I was wondering if someone could help identify the insect inclusion, and at least visually assess if it seems legit? Regarding ID I'm thinking it might be a Caddisfly, as it is quite large (~1cm) and seems to have 2 pairs of hairy wings and very long antennae. Regarding authenticity I don't see any visual red flags, and it also doesn't seem to be an inclusion fabricated in real amber as afaik there would be faint swirls ar
vermiculosis posted a topic in Micro-paleontologyDear Friends, I found really nice specimen - Mammalian Hairs inside Baltic Amber. It was very lucky find becouse inside amber with Lepidoptera ( Moth ) i focused only on very nice Lepidoptera. When i start polish second side - i found this amazing hairs. I cut and prepared it separately. Doctors from Polish Uniwersity In Gdansk already saw it - Soon they will be put on exposition in Baltic Amber Museum in Gdansk and i am very proud :) :) Good resolution pictures -------> https://picasaweb.google.com/104612747881478275852/MammalianHairs#slideshow/6155057738284068226 With best r