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( Inclusion Inside Baltic Amber ) Perfect Polyxenidae - Bristly Millipede ( myriapoda ) inside super TINY amber.

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vermiculosis

Hello Dear Friends,

I just want to show how small treasures in super small Baltic ambers we can find.
Polyxenidae, 3.5mm in very good condition. Ultra small amber but specimen inside is perfect !
Amber size is crazy small 6mm / 6mm / 4mm.

I have huge problem with uploading pictures. Any idea why ?

Happy new year to all !

Artur

3425 Polyxenidae 1a tiny amber.jpg

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ynot
1 hour ago, vermiculosis said:

I have huge problem with uploading pictures. Any idea why ?

Nice bug in amber!

The photo upload took a hit in a recent software update. The administrators are working on it.

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FossilDAWG

Great fossil, and even greater photo! :wub: :wub:

 

Don

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oldtimer

Great close up photo and super nice inclusion.

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LordTrilobite

Wow, that's quite beautiful.

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Foozil

Very cool fossil.

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Kane

An incredible find, and exquisitely photographed! 

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Tidgy's Dad

That is a truly beautiful thing and a wonderful snap of it. 

Simply stunning fossil. 

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vermiculosis

heyy,

Thank you to all for so kind and nice words.

As i mentioned - amber is super small, but for me dosent matter - specimen is amazing - for example for Polyxenids specialist it is also no matter ( size of the amber - inclusion is most important ) .
But market is not easy - usually ( not scientist ) people looking for big inclusions inside nice, clear and also big ambers. Nevermind if small super rare thing is in very small amber - they dont want it, but if i  find common huge spider in big amber and you have selling on 100% :)
I understand it, but it is problem for not easy market if we talk about Baltic ambers. Cooperations with scientists it is only a very small % of all ( if we talk about me ).

Anyway - thank you again for nice comments - especiallly for the pic - i was fight for years for good equipment, now i only need for one part to made better magnifications of super small objects - for example - this Polyxenidae got amazing "feathered" "fluffs" - sorry i dont know word in english, it must be spectacular on bettter magnification !!!
Why optic equipment is so expensive, dammit i am from Poland, it is not "normal" world !!!

I again tried to attach pic, no succes after about 20 tries, i am going sleep, have a nice day to al who have day, nice evening to all who have evening and goodnight to all in Europe.

Artur

 

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vermiculosis

BTW, thank you for answer about loading pictures - it is real massacre, i lost so long time !
So huge forum cant work like that in my opinion, sorry to moderators but i cant now share any pic,
I had in plans share some of my new specimens but it is impossible :(

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Ludwigia

As always: Fantastic specimen and photography! Thanks for sharing.

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Darktooth

That is pretty cool! Thanks for showing us.:dinothumb:

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Coco

You are the master of the photography ! So small and so full of details !

 

My keyboard is quite wet, it is dangerous ! :drool:

 

Coco

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Tidgy's Dad
51 minutes ago, vermiculosis said:

BTW, thank you for answer about loading pictures - it is real massacre, i lost so long time !
So huge forum cant work like that in my opinion, sorry to moderators but i cant now share any pic,
I had in plans share some of my new specimens but it is impossible :(

Soon, I hope this will be fixed! 

I so want to see more of your amber specimens. 

Night night! :)

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ynot
1 hour ago, vermiculosis said:

I again tried to attach pic, no succes

It seems that You have to reduce the picture size below 2 megabytes to load them. (This should be a temporary situation.)

 

I would also like to see more of Your collection.

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