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Myanmar Amber ([Unnamed Fm.], 99.34-98.10 Ma)


Liverwort belonging to the family Lejeuneaceae, contained within the same specimen depicting pholadid domichnia; adjacent to it, is a small root trichome, possibly that of a fern (such trichomes are commonly observed in Myanmar amber, comparable to the presence of stellate "oak" trichomes in Baltic amber). Provenance of specimen is Tanai Township, Myitkyina District, Myanmar. This image was captured using a HAYEAR HY-1070 microscope.


© Kaegen Lau

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