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Just looking for a little help identifying a couple of Burmite inclusions. Would I be right in thinking the inclusion near the bottom of the piece is a pseudoscorpion? It's small, measuring around 3mm across. I'm also unsure what the inclusion directly in front of it might be - some kind of grub? Thanks in advance!
[ Inclusion Inside Baltic Amber ] Pseudoscorpion + Enhydros ( "running water" ). Rare but not extremely rare.
vermiculosis posted a topic in Micro-paleontologyDear friends, i hope i am not boring with my amber passion Its real obsession for me This time i'd like to show wonderful, i can say - almost perfect Pseudoscorpion ( False Scorpion ). People thinks often that is extremely rare but its not. I had i think about 30 pieces in career. Often they are very small, even only 1mm. This one had 2mm in max with body and pedipalps. What is interesting - do you see that drop inside ambdomen ? It was Enhydros "running water" but there is huge discussion in amber inclusion market what exactly it is. One side ( with me ) think that is running drop of water inside air sap. Second side think that is moving air bubble. Please check my movie from yt - i showed other amber with very nice Enhydros. I am sorry for the music - if someone got soft ears, turn off sound. For me logical is drop of water. What do you think about it ? If we talk about picture colours - i was playing with lights. Best one in friends opinion ? Cheers from Poland. Artur