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[Inclusion Inside Baltic Amber] Salticidae - Well Preserved Jumping Spider With Amazing Eyes

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6000 Spectacular Colorful Salticidae Jumping Spider With Killer Eyes. Closeup 1.jpg

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Tidgy's Dad

Stunning! spider-smiley.gif.13d95e4ce805dfc470a18f9c3091bf26.gif

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digit

Incredible preservation!

 

I think you have a new candidate for an avatar photo. ;)

 

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

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FossilDAWG

Just unbelievably amazing!  Not just the specimen, but also the photography! :wub: :wub: :o :o :wub: :wub:

Don

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TqB
2 minutes ago, FossilDAWG said:

Just unbelievably amazing!  Not just the specimen, but also the photography! :wub: :wub: :o :o :wub: :wub:

Don

Seconded!

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Coco

Oh là là ! What marvelous pics ! And the fossil is fantastic ! I also vote that you use one of your photos to put it in avatar. Too beautiful ! :wub:

 

Coco

 

 

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LiamL

Absolutely stunning! I've never seen a piece of amber photographed so nicely. How old is this amber?

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vermiculosis

Thank you to all for such amazing comments ! Thank you in the name of Jumper ;)

LiamL - Baltic amber is about 40 to 54 million years old. Eocene Era.

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Petalodus12

Wow! This is a beautiful specimen!!

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Ludwigia

Wow!!!! :default_faint:

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Randyw

Amazing specimen! :drool:

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PaleoNoel

WOW, that's beautifully preserved and great job with the shot.

oOOo

I/\I

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Darbi

I'm drooling! That's soooo cool!

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