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Insect hatchlings fossilised in amber

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Raggedy Man

Id love to get some bulk amber, polish it and go through it. Thanks for the post!

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Tidgy's Dad

Fascinating.:)

Poor little newborns.:(

 

 

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Terra

Insects are preserved in lebanese amber, I think that it is possible to discover this in Poland or in Yantarnyj (Palmniki - Янтарный)

in Russia.
Interesting article and graphic reconstruction of the insects.

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doushantuo

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THE HATCHING MECHANISM OF 130-MILLION-YEAR-OLD INSECTS: AN ASSOCIATION OF NEONATES, EGG SHELLS AND EGG BURSTERS IN LEBANESE AMBER

Ricardo Perez-de la Fuente,Michael s Engel Dany Azar,Enrique Penalver  *

Palaeontology(2018),p.1-13

*all diacritics omitted

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