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# AMB-93, $40.00 Sold!
Dims: 1.92x1.18x0.53in (4.88x2.99x1.35cm) .... Wt: 0.280oz (8.00g) .... Loc: Boyaca, Columbia
The amber is extremely transparent here, plus there are many inclusions. A tiny centipede, several small flies, a beetle, and a larger flying insect I don't recognize fill this specimen of Miocene amber. A hole has been drilled through it, and it would make an appealing necklace.
# AMB-87, $25.00 Sold!
Dims: 0.72x0.67x0.64in (1.82x1.70x1.63cm) .... Wt: 0.160oz (4.50g) .... Loc: Boyaca, Columbia
This cube of Miocene amber preserves two worker termints, and one of the termites has a perfectly preserved tiny mite on one antennae! The mite is barely visible to the unaided eye, and a high power loupe shows excellent details.
# AMB-86, $35.00 Sold!
Dims: 1.28x1.11x0.40in (3.26x2.82x1.02cm) .... Wt: 0.210oz (5.90g) .... Loc: Boyaca, Columbia
One ant and a half dozen flies of various species are preserved within this specimen of amber from an ancient rain forest in Columbia. It is of Miocene age, around 14 million years old.
# AMB-92, $60.00 Sold!
Dims: 3.16x2.21x0.44in (8.03x5.63x1.11cm) .... Wt: 1.00oz (25.4g) .... Loc: Columbia
This piece of amber may be pale, but it is full of treasures. It preserves over 2 dozen insects, plus 2 spiders, a larva of some type, a couple of seed pods, and a dozen or more exquisitely preserved rain drops, many in the shape of tiny rings.
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