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  1. Yoda

    Amber with cracks

    Question for the Amber experts : Recently I was looking at some of my Amber (Burmite) with inclusions with my magnifying glass Quite a few of them have internal cracks. Is this likely to become a problem some time in the future ? Are the cracks likely to develop further ? And possibly ruin the piece ? Any way of preventing that ? Soaking in some sort of consolidant or oil ?
  2. A calcite river, that is. Here are two burmite pieces that have a vein of calcite running through the arthropod inclusion. In this millipede sample, the calcite seems to have run along part of the dorsal edge of the animal, displacing it downwards. It is best seen in the images from within the millipede exoskeleton. The calcite flow was influenced by the tissue of the previously deposited inclusion. I thought it interesting that the process of cracking and calcite infiltration and solidification does minimal damage to the older tissue.
  3. Hello Dear Friends. I have been hunting for a long time for something like this. Finally managed to hit the jackpot. Fantastic state of preservation of a lizard paw from the Cretaceous period - 99million years old, sunk in Burmese amber. 1cm, wonderful details. Claws, knuckles and skin in shockingly good condition - not oxidized at all. Enjoy and cheers from the amber cave. Artur
  4. I thought TFF-ers might be interested in seeing the environment and mines where cretaceous burmite inclusions come from. No specific identifying information on these sites were provided. Burmite can be found at the surface and deep inside the mines.
  5. Hello fossil maniacs, This time i'd like to show something from cretaceous burmite amber. This is extrmely rare Mud Cricket Ripipterygidae ( Caelifera: Tridactylidae ) Lovely alien looking creature. Enjoy ! Better pic -----------------> https://ibb.co/3pnms4d Cheers from amber cave ! Artur
  6. Hello from the amber cave. This time i'd like to show super detailed very rare Mantispidae from burmite amber ( Cretaceous Era ). I love Neuroptera in general but this one is just spectacular ! Better quality picture ------> https://ibb.co/fDKQWq6 Enjoy and cheers ! Artur
  7. ConnorR

    5.8g Burmite

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Half yellow/red amber, half root amber.
  8. ConnorR

    5.8g Burmite

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Half yellow/red amber, half root amber.
  9. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #5

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  10. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #4

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  11. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #3

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  12. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  13. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  14. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #1

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  15. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion.

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Parts of a small lizard tail and leg. Mostly hollow, but the distal ends of the tail and foot are preserved. My hypothesis is that the lizard body was partly captured in a resin flow. The majority of the body was then picked out by scavengers, leaving behind a resin cast of the body that was filled in by another resin flow. Scavengers were unable to extract the distal elements.
  16. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion.

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Parts of a small lizard tail and leg. Bought directly from a Myanmar seller.
  17. ConnorR

    Specimen #2 Closeup #3

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  18. ConnorR

    Specimen #2 Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  19. ConnorR

    Specimen #2 Closeup #1

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  20. ConnorR

    Specimen #2 Bottom

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Contains what appear to be two spiders. Received from Israeli seller as a gift.
  21. ConnorR

    Speciment #2 Top

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Contains what appear to be two spiders. Received from Israeli seller as a gift.
  22. ConnorR

    Lizard Foot Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Measures 3mm. Amber piece measures 9mm.
  23. ConnorR

    Lizard Foot Closeup #1

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Measures 3mm. Amber piece measures 9mm.
  24. ConnorR

    Two specimens.

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Top specimen contains a small lizard foot. Bottom specimen contains what appear to be two spiders. Bought from Israeli seller.
  25. ConnorR

    Amber Inclusion

    I found this amber inclusion for sale, and my first impression is that it looks like some kind of mammal tail. Maybe it's a plant?
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