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Burmite amber Spider ID Mosquito ID
Niranjan posted a topic in Fossil IDIs this really a mosquito, does anyone know it's taxonomy and does someone know the same for the spider ? This one looks like a genuine amber
Bolgorcut posted a topic in Fossil IDHi, I bought this fossil labeled as: Carpopodus difficilis (Lalacidae) Lower Cretaceous 120Ma Cearà, Brasil I cannot find pictures nor description of Carpopodus difficilis, can someone ID this fossil or give me some material to work on to ID it? I also have a doubt... is this fossil real? (if this is not the right section of the forum just tell me) Thank you.
Pseudogygites posted a topic in Fossil IDHi again everyone! I have a small fossil from a unit of lacustrine laminated silt from here in Saskatoon from the very late Pleistocene or early Holocene. The unit directly overlays a unit of till from the Wisconsinan glaciation. The unit contains carbonized plants stems, some of which are filled with wood boring beetle larva frass, diatoms, and burrows similar to Cruziana. In one of these hollowed-out burrows, I found this fossil, which is approximately 0.5 mm in length. It is composed of many extremely small carbonized plant fragments, all arranged horizontally from longest to shortest. I ha
Machilidae sp. in amber
Marco90 posted a gallery image in Members Gallery
From the album: My collection in progressMachilidae unidentified sp. Grassi 1888 Location: Rivne Oblast, Ukraine Age: 56-34 Mya (Eocene, Paleogene) Measurements: 2,8x2,5 cm (amber), 1,7 cm (length of bristletail) Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Hexapoda Class: Insecta Subclass: Monocondylia Order: Archaeognatha Suborder: Machilida Family: Machilidae
Eocene ambers with arthropods!
Marco90 posted a topic in Member CollectionsThe last (for now) addition to my fossil collection consists of three amber pieces from Baltic and East Europe. They're dated to Eocene.
PRK posted a fossil in InsectsWingtip to wingtip = 53 mm