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  1. Hello my dear friends, Well I wanted to show off a recent article with my findings described by professionals. Soon, I will officially have 21 insects with my name/name/ invented name that I have found for science. Of course there were more but patronymic is not always possible. This time one of the beetles was described with the maiden name of my mother and our family. Stagetus szydlowskae. "Etymology. Patronymic, dedicated to mother and the family from the mother's side of Artur Michalski - Anna Michalska (Anna Szydlowska)." Article - https://www.rese
  2. Does anyone have any ideas on what transformations an organism undergoes as it becomes an inclusion? Why do they often become translucent or transparent? Why do they often turn black/brown? Do they polymerize? How do some inclusions retain a lifelike or unaltered appearance? Why do exposed sections of inclusions have a crystalline appearance? I'm surprised that I can't find any meaningful answers to these questions.
  3. Hello Friends. This time i'd like to show one of my fav. ants from Baltic Ambers. Definitely not common ant. Gesomyrmex in great condition. 5mm body. better quality pic -----> https://ibb.co/gMkyFX2 head closeup ---------> https://ibb.co/SrgPnZ2 Enjoy and greetings from the amber cave in Poland Artur
  4. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #5

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  5. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #4

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  6. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #3

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  7. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  8. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  9. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion Closeup #1

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  10. 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.
  11. ConnorR

    Partial Lizard Inclusion.

    From the album: Burmese Amber

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

    Specimen #2 Closeup #3

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  13. ConnorR

    Specimen #2 Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  14. ConnorR

    Specimen #2 Closeup #1

    From the album: Burmese Amber

  15. ConnorR

    Specimen #2 Bottom

    From the album: Burmese Amber

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

    Speciment #2 Top

    From the album: Burmese Amber

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

    Lizard Foot Closeup #2

    From the album: Burmese Amber

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

    Lizard Foot Closeup #1

    From the album: Burmese Amber

    Measures 3mm. Amber piece measures 9mm.
  19. 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.
  20. daves64

    Baltic amber inclusion - unknown

    I've been "patiently" working on a piece of Baltic amber by hand (no power tools), trying to get a good view of an inclusion I found. I still have to work the opposite side down more (about 2.5 mm or so) to get a decent view from the other side, but I'm hoping these views will suffice for now. The first 3 pics are with using my Dino-Lite at 100, 150 & 200x, the 4th pic is a screenshot at 200x using the measurement tool. It's really tiny. No real idea what it might be, but it almost looks like some sort of embryo, especially with the lower ball shaped part, but I could be wrong. Most of
  21. What is this thing? It appears to be some vegetation or a tail of some sort. Could anyone help identify it?
  22. Hello Dear Friends, This time i'd like to show something special : Dream Of Any Baltic Amber Collector. Snail Shell. Extremely Rare Gastropoda ( For me super extremely rare - i never had any one ). Huge Amber 50g, 2.5mm Snail shell. Better quality pic - https://ibb.co/q9qvGcv Cheers from amber cave !! Artur
  23. I_gotta_rock

    Coprolite lovers, Help!

    Serious, experienced replies, please! This 0.5 cm long object is attached to a broken coprolite from the Eocene/Oligocene of NW Nebraska. Trying hard to figure it out. Wrong twexture for a tooth and it doesn't look like a seed, either. I have a guess, but right now a guess is all I have. Any coprolite specialists out there? I know the pictures could be better, but I don't have a microscope out here in the field.
  24. What is this inclusion in this amber? It appears to be some sort of head, but I don’t know what it is
  25. Dear Friends, I'd like to show one of my botanical finds from Baltic amber ( Eocene ) The best fruit on the twig i ever had and saw. Oxalidaceae. "Berry". Perfect one. Size 8mm Botanical inclusions are much more rare than arthropods for Baltic Ambers. Private collection. Better quality pic - https://ibb.co/kQgZb2b Enjoy Artur
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