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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Hello, I looking at this piece of Burmese amber which the seller says has an insect with long tails, but doesn't know a further ID and doesn't have photos from other angles. However at a glance it seems the hairlike "tail" may also just be some actual animal hairs or dandelion seed hairs, etc. lying on top of the insect as opposed to emerging from it. In the first photo I think I can even see the edge of the hairs going past its abdomen, but I'm not sure. What does everyone else think? Does this bug actually have hairy tails? The insect is 0.5cm long, and if it can be specifically
  4. Mochaccino

    Burmite Insect?

    Hello, I'm curious what this insect in burmese amber might be, and wanted to get everyone's opinions on my thoughts. It's about 5mm in length. First of all I'm thinking it's an Orthopteran for the generally long, cylindrical body shape, large eyes, and the positioning of the hind legs (essentially it looks like a cricket or grasshopper). Within Orthopterans, I'm thinking it might be a cricket. My understanding is that crickets have very long, thin antennae (comparable to the total body length) with 20+ segments like this on
  5. ConnorR

    5.8g Burmite

    From the album: Burmese Amber

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

    5.8g Burmite

    From the album: Burmese Amber

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

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #5

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  8. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #4

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  9. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #3

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  10. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  11. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  12. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #1

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  13. 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.
  14. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion.

    From the album: Burmese Amber

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

    Specimen #2 Closeup #3

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  16. ConnorR

    Specimen #2 Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  17. ConnorR

    Specimen #2 Closeup #1

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  18. ConnorR

    Specimen #2 Bottom

    From the album: Burmese Amber

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

    Speciment #2 Top

    From the album: Burmese Amber

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

    Lizard Foot Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

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

    Lizard Foot Closeup #1

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Measures 3mm. Amber piece measures 9mm.
  22. 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.
  23. 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?
  24. What is this thing? It appears to be some vegetation or a tail of some sort. Could anyone help identify it?
  25. I recently obtained this piece of amber, which was described as being from Myanmar, and therefore of cretaceous age. I got it very cheaply, I'd say (from a well known auction site), and this led another collector to rather rudely assert that it was fake. I have no reason to assume that it is fake, but at the same time, I'm having trouble proving that it's authentic. When I poke it with a hot needle, the needle makes an impression but doesn't slice straight through it. Dark grey smoke rose from it, which didn't smell of plastic. When I rub it vigorously with a soft clot
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