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Found 12 results

  1. I have been going through a group of tiny coprolites from the Ryan Formation, Waurika, OK. Most of the inclusion I have come across are fish scales. Can anyone identify this ribbed bone? My first thought was part of a fish spine. Thanks in advance for your help!
  2. Could anyone recommend a reputable supplier of Cretaceous amber? thanks!
  3. Hi All: Does anyone know about herps preserved in amber? I've got a specimen from Baltic amber that's partial---head and leg with digits. It seems to be particularly well-preserved, so much so that all the details of the eye and digits, scales, etc. look incredible. Is it possible to nail it down to genus (or at least family) from the limited specimen? And how common is it for lizard specimens from Baltic amber to have such near-perfect fixation? Here's one photo attached, and (for the moment at least) I've got it on eBay for more photos and provenience details etc. If it turns out to be something less-than-common taxonomically then I should say it would be more honorable to take down the post...
  4. Dear 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 regards Artur Michalski / Baltic Amber Inclusion
  5. From the album Mammalian Hairs Inside Baltic Amber

    © Artur Michalski¬©

  6. From the album Spider Exuviae Inside Baltic Amber

    Example of perfect spider Exuviae inside Baltic amber. Eocene Era.
  7. Just one piece I bought yesterday, I thought i'd show you guys because the detail is really amazing. This is a Caddis Fly in Baltic amber, (Trichoptera Polycentropodidae) and you can even see the facets of the eyes and every minute detail on the body. pictures by amberica west. this pic shows the head and eye detail particularly well. ----> I can't wait for this to arrive!
  8. ok so i have just recieved a rough unsearched lot of New Jersey Cretaceous amber, and this particular inclusion caught my eye. at first i thought it could possibly be just a misty part of the amber but no, it definitely has a solid shape. strange round object with a protrusion from the middle that seems to have small hairlike things coming off the protrusion. i've been talking to vermiculosis about this inclusion and he says that it looked fungal at first, but he wasn't sure. if you need better pictures let me know as i'm working on the piece to bring you just that. the inclusion is white and about 1.5-2 mm across. i personally think it is a seed or some kind of fungal object but i couldn't help noticing it is somewhat like a tadpole in shape although that is 1 in a billion chance and the "tail" looks wrong under magnification.
  9. Hello friends ! I got nice amber piece with many insects inside. There we got a spider, many flies, amazing Trichoptera with colour eyes and super Fly laying eggs (!). Nice action scene trapped more than 40 million years ago trapped more than 40 million years ago ...
  10. Hi everyone, My daughter just brought this piece of Baltic amber from Poland. The person that gave it to her said it contains a flea, but somehow it doesn't look like that to me. Can you help me identify this insect? Thanks for looking!
  11. Hello. I got amazing spider in Baltic Amber and i am really happy for this ! ARCHAEA PARADOXA in beautiful position.