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Tiny Wasp Inclusion Inside Baltic Amber

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vermiculosis

Hello Friends,

Long time i didnt post here but i think someone must representing Baltic amber Inclusions on so amazing forum.
This time i attach picture of tiny parasitic wasp 1mm body from Baltic amber ( 40-54 million years - Eocene Era )
Hymenoptera: Platygastridae.
Spider Eggs Parasitoid !

Cheers to all members !

Artur

2756 Wasp.jpg

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Fossildude19

Wonderful photography! :) 

Thanks for posting this. 

Regards,

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Jeffrey P

That is an exquisite specimen, wonderfully photographed. Thanks for posting.

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MarcoSr

Incredible picture of a very nice specimen!  Please post more like this.

 

Marco Sr.

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Taogan

Wish I could take pictures of my amber as good as this one. Stunning picture. Let us know the technical details

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Ludwigia

Fantastic!

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doushantuo

yeah,but what about the etsy link?

on which I am not going to click,BTW,but maybe someone else has

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vermiculosis

Hello Friends,
Thank you for nice comments :).
Ambers with inclusions and making pictures it is passion of my life.

Dear doushantuo - i didnt knew that was "illegal" :) Fixed.

About technical - I have fusion - "Trinocular" microscope with special lens with photocamera body pinned into one ocular.
And using focus stacking technology of course.

Cheers,

Artur

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doushantuo

Of course not "illegal",Artur.

My predilections on such matters are irrelevant,I am not a moderator

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FossilDAWG

Breathtaking photography of a gorgeous specimen.  Thanks for making my day.

 

Don C

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Foozil

Thats a spectacular picture and specimen, well done. :faint:

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vermiculosis
3 hours ago, FossilDAWG said:

Breathtaking photography of a gorgeous specimen.  Thanks for making my day.

 

Don C

Oh wow, thank you for so nice comment :)
Long years i was dream about good quality pics and now it happens slowly, step by step they are much better.
i was begin with terrible quality, now i can be much better :) Nevermind that i dont have moneys for food - i got microscope lol :)

Cheers !

Artur

1 hour ago, Foozil said:

Thats a spectacular picture and specimen, well done. :faint:

Thank you very much my friend ;)

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Wrangellian

I was going to say "I can't even get decent photos of my macroscopic fossils". But you've explained that there is a lot more involved in your results than might be expected.

Got any more? ;)

 

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ynot

Very well presented specimen!! You have a good eye for the photography!

Thanks for sharing.

And, as others have said, can We see more of Your work?

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vermiculosis

Dear friends,

Thank you for nice comments,
yes, i have alot of more pictures and inclusions in collection or shops ( ebay and Etsy ) but i can paste links here so i will try regulary posting new topics with nice specimens.

 


Now i attach photo of unknown larva in perfect preservation. 

Cheers, 

Artur

 

 

2752 Larvae.jpg

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aerogrower

Great pictures. Keep them coming please.

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Kane

Another great specimen exquisitely photographed! Chapeau!

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ynot

:thumbsu::envy: Another nice bug and picture.

 

Please do not place links here. They go dead and become useless.

 

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JohnBrewer

Stunning!

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