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vermiculosis

My Dear friends,

Here a little showing up but i must do it becouse this is essence of my passion ( not showing up but resoults of passion ).

 

My first wasp named after me, finally <3 Helorus arturi was described by Jyrki Muona from Finland.
Here is the article and pdf file.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343997607_Helorus_arturi_sp_nov_Hymenoptera_Proctotrupoidea_Heloridae_from_Baltic_amber
And a wasp pic.

Cheers !

Artur

:raindance::look:

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Tidgy's Dad

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Well done, obviously deserved and a rather beautiful wasp too. 

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I_gotta_rock

Fantastic! Congratulations!

 

:yay-smiley-1:

I'd be telling the universe, too! In fact, I'll just tell the universe here that I reached a somewhat lesser milestone this week. I found what is going to be the second known specimen of a gastropod species from the Cretaceous of the Mid-Atlantic US that was first described in 1907. Can't go into details until it's official, though. I know at least one museum curator who will be very happy about this discovery and having it in collection.

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Congratulations, Artur!  @vermiculosis

 

A wonderful discovery and outstanding photography!

 

(Moved to the Partners in Paleontology forum.)

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Congrats! You must be one proud hobby collector!

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Fossildude19

Congratulations, Arthur!  
Well done, sir.  :) 

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FossilDAWG

Congratulations!  You have every right to be excited, and to want to "show up"!  That is one beautiful little wasp.  :wub: :wub: :wub:

Don

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Congratulations on becoming an immortal. :rolleyes:

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7 hours ago, Tidgy&#x27;s Dad said:

Congrats.gif.912bdd008488d2edd210e69f7e9fec8a.gif

Well done, obviously deserved and a rather beautiful wasp too. 

Also i think that is fantastic wasp. Great also fantastic for scietific world  - Thank you !

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5 hours ago, sharkdoctor said:

Congratulations!

Thank you and cheers from amber cave  !

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Thank you to all for so nice comments !  <3
Well this is my path - i am researcher   in Baltic ambers for science. Not for moneys or for be famous. This wasp was really important for science and Evolution of Hymenoptera world.
To be honest 90% of my "holotypes" going for free to the experts...
There we got 2 paths - i can try sell it for super moneys as something new for science for people not from scientific world or i can give it for free or really symboilc price for poeple from scientific wordl, experts, who can do something with it.
I am choosing second way.
Would be great  of course for some huge moneys for "holotype" but this amber world is not so easy at all..

Cheers my frends !

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Congratulations, Artur!  That's a stunning wasp :wub:

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Very nice indeed! I've got a half dozen pieces of Baltic amber (wouldn't mind getting more) that were raw. I found a few interesting inclusions working them by hand, but nothing like that. :envy:

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Hi,

 

I think Vermiculose didn't obtain his "partner in paleontology" badge on his profile :rolleyes:

 

Coco

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Congratulations.

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Okay John, I thought he did it :DOH:

 

Coco

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Excellent honorific and photo.  (Is 'honorific' the right  word?)

 

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Congratulations! And many thanks for contributing to the sciences! :)

 

Indeed, that is an exceptionally gorgeous specimen in the photo, thanks for sharing.

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6 hours ago, jpc said:

Excellent honorific and photo.  (Is 'honorific' the right  word?)

Precisely so. ;)

 

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

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On 2/25/2021 at 10:08 AM, JohnJ said:

 

If @vermiculosis makes a post in the 'Partner's Gallery', he will earn the badge.  ;)

Hey ho :)
I had already post there about my "copulating moths" first ever described from Baltic Amber ;)
But anyway - thank you for suggestions. I already post there about this find :P

Thank you to all for great comments !

Someone asked for Burmite - yes, a little i am trying but it is not so easy becouse so far i try to be an "expert" from Baltic amber fauna and flora - and burmite is Cretaceous - but i am still in interest of it and doing some attemps ;)

BTW guys - i am sorry for my english,
I for real was learn all by myself. So sometimes i can do not understand and also you can do not understand me i believe.

With best regards,

Artur

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