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Found 21 results

  1. Beetle

    From the album Beetle

    A small beetle exquisitely preserved in 99 million year old Burmese amber.
  2. 20mm of Cretaceous Reptile skin in amber... Fabulous!
  3. Here's a shrimp-like Cretaceous Dipluran with two Ticks. Gorgeous piece!
  4. Just finished polishing a fantastic Orb Weaver in Cretaceous amber. Plus...there's a fly hovering close by...Hmmmm.
  5. Hi Friends! I started this thread for everyone to share their amber photos! If you have it....show it off! Cretaceous Mosquito, 9mm Wasp and complete Bromeliad attached to branch. All 100 MYO.
  6. This piece will require more research. It appears to be Psocoptera...but the mouth is extended immensely. Time to hit the books! Did however polish a decent 11mm Termite though. All Dominican amber.
  7. Just finished up this Dominican specimen today....19 insects including Dipterans, Hymenoptera and a Beetle too. The SWARM!
  8. I managed to finish polishing this gorgeous 15mm Crane Fly in Dominican amber today in my Amber Shop. I love the cooler days! Fall is here in Florida...Alas.
  9. Hello All! I figured I'd share a few pieces of my collection. I have over 800 so far and have been collecting over 23 years. I hope you enjoy them! Brian
  10. Tennessee Amber. State record #3

    From the album Most of my collection

    For a description, reference the first photo of this specimen combined with a scale.
  11. Tennessee Amber. State record #2

    From the album Most of my collection

    The begining prep of the second state record specimen. For a description, see the first photo of this specimen combined with a scale.
  12. Tennessee Amber. state record #2

    From the album Most of my collection

    A pic of the beginning prep of the second state record specimen. For a description, see the first photo of this material combined with a scale.
  13. Tennessee Amber. State record #3

    From the album Most of my collection

    On the afternoon of November 22nd 2013, in the middle of the pouring rain, i found this huge Amber specimen in a Late Cretaceous formation. Location unspecified. This is the current unofficial Tennessee state record. It broke the previous Amber state record which was also set by myself barely two months before finding this specimen. It's the size of a hamburger! The first state record was set by the late mr. Bruce Wade and stood for 99 years. I have been told this specimen is in the top 10 largest Amber specimens to ever be found in America.
  14. Tennessee Amber. State record #2

    From the album Most of my collection

    For a description of this specimen, reference the first photo of this specimen combined with a scale.
  15. Tennessee Amber State record #2

    From the album Most of my collection

    For a description, reference the first photo of this specimen combined with a scale.
  16. Tennessee Amber

    From the album Most of my collection

    Another pic of Late Cretaceous Amber from the Sardis formation in Henderson county Tennessee. The largest specimen shown here is about 1 1/2 inches in diameter.
  17. Tennessee Amber. State record #2

    From the album Most of my collection

    To save from retyping the same words, see the first picture posted of this material combined with a scale.,there the description is noted.
  18. Tennessee Amber. State record #2

    From the album Most of my collection

    On september 20th 2013 i found this huge Amber specimen at an unspecified location, it is also Late Cretaceous. There have been 3 state records for Amber, i hold 2 of them. The first was set by the late mr. Bruce Wade. That record was surpassed by this specimen 99 years later. This specimen almost doubled the previous record. I have been told it is in the top 10 largest Amber specimens that have ever been found in America.
  19. Tennessee Amber

    From the album Most of my collection

    Another view of a small selection of Late Cretaceous Amber from the Sardis Formation in Henderson county Tennessee. As noted already, the largest pictured specimen is about 1 1/2 inches in diameter, and a green amber.
  20. Tennessee Amber

    From the album Most of my collection

    A small selection of Late Cretaceous Amber from the Sardis formation in Henderson county Tennessee. The largest pictured specimen is about 1 1/2 inches in diameter and strangely is green amber.
  21. Tennessee Amber

    From the album Most of my collection

    On September 16th 2013, i discovered this Late Cretaceous Amber in the Sardis formation in Henderson county Tennessee. It was the first of much Amber i have since recovered. The largest specimen pictured is about 11/2 inches in diameter.
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