Dims: 2.24x1.07x0.50" (5.70x2.73x1.27cm)
Wt: 0.43oz (12.1g)
This specimen of Miocene amber (about 14 million years old) preserves over 30 insects. There are at least ten different species, including a beetle, a leafhopper, some gnats, a swarm of flies, and a bee. There are also two small spiders. The amber is very clear, and the preservation and quality of the insects is excellent. There are also many tiny fragments of insects present, along with bits of leaves and other plant material. There is an area which shows clear flow patterns of tiny bubbles. This is an excellent specimen with many things to find and examine.