• Baltic Amber with Unidentified Winged Fossil Inclusion (#084)

    Unidentified Inclusion in Authentic Baltic. Storms rip up the amber from this bed which dates from 44 million years ago (During the Eocene Epoch) and washes it up on the shores of Russia, Poland, Germany, Denmark and Lithuania.
    £9.50
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  • Baltic Amber with Small Winged Insect Fossil Inclusion.(#049)

    Small Winged Insect Inclusion in Authentic Baltic Amber. Storms rip up the amber from this bed which dates from 44 million years ago (During the Eocene Epoch) and washes it up on the shores of Russia, Poland, Germany, Denmark and Lithuania.
    £10.49
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  • Premier BOXED Quality Specimen Of Baltic Amber Fossil With Insect Inclusion!

    Baltic amber is also known as succinite due to the high concentration of succinic acid within its chemical make up. It is the most common type of fossiliferous amber. A common feature by which Baltic amber can be distinguished from other amber types is the frequent presence of oak-leaf flower hairs, and many of the inclusions can be observed surrounded in a white film formed from the decaying internal fluids of the insect which managed to seep out before the resin fossilised.
    £7.95
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  • Lower Grade (But CHEAP!) Baltic Amber Fossil Specimens With Insect Inclusions!

    Baltic amber is also known as succinite due to the high concentration of succinic acid within its chemical make up. It is the most common type of fossiliferous amber. A common feature by which Baltic amber can be distinguished from other amber types is the frequent presence of oak-leaf flower hairs, and many of the inclusions can be observed surrounded in a white film formed from the decaying internal fluids of the insect which managed to seep out before the resin fossilised.
    £3.50
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  • Fossil Baltic Amber With Formicidae Ant Insect Inclusion G7 1.36g

    Baltic amber is also known as succinite due to the high concentration of succinic acid within its chemical make up. It is the most common type of fossiliferous amber. A common feature by which Baltic amber can be distinguished from other amber types is the frequent presence of oak-leaf flower hairs, and many of the inclusions can be observed surrounded in a white film formed from the decaying internal fluids of the insect which managed to seep out before the resin fossilised.
    £12.50
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  • S.V.F - Polished Copal Amber with insect inclusions. Madagascar

    This is an extremely large specimen with hundreds of insect inclusions and even leaves, There are flies, gnats, spiders, ants etc and this is without doubt one of the finest pieces i have seen. The specimen has been polished so that the inclusions can be seen with the naked eye.
    £130.00
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  • Baltic Amber #62 - Winged Insect Inclusion

    Size 7mm (amber). Baltic Coast. Age 3 5-50 million years. £13.99.
    £13.99
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  • Burmese Fossil Cretaceous Amber/Burmite W Beetle Insect Inclusion #909 0.48g

    Burmese Amber can be easily distinguished from the more common Baltic Amber via a UV light test. Burmese amber fluoresces a strong milky blue, wheres Baltic amber fluoresces pale green (see photos).
    £27.00
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  • Baltic Amber with Unidentified Diptera Inclusions.(#029)

    Unidentified Diptera Inclusions in Authentic Baltic Amber. Storms rip up the amber from this bed which dates from 44 million years ago (During the Eocene Epoch) and washes it up on the shores of Russia, Poland, Germany, Denmark and Lithuania.
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  • Large Chunky Nugget of Fossil Baltic Amber W Phorid Fly Insect Inclusion 7.12g

    Baltic amber is also known as succinite due to the high concentration of succinic acid within its chemical make up. It is the most common type of fossiliferous amber. A common feature by which Baltic amber can be distinguished from other amber types is the frequent presence of oak-leaf flower hairs, and many of the inclusions can be observed surrounded in a white film formed from the decaying internal fluids of the insect which managed to seep out before the resin fossilised.
    £20.00
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  • Baltic Amber Fossil With Arachnid Spider Inclusion Inside G2 0.11g

    BALTIC AMBER WITH WITH SPIDER INCLUSION For sale is a piece of Baltic amber containing an ancient arachnid orb-weaving spider. Spiders are not rare, but are considerably less common as inclusions compared to flies.
    £14.50
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  • Baltic Amber with Gall Midge Inclusion (Nematocera: Cecidomyiidae) .(#076)

    Gall Midge Inclusion (Nematocera: Cecidomyiidae)in Authentic Baltic Amber. Gall Midge (Nematocera: Cecidomyiidae). Storms rip up the amber from this bed which dates from 44 million years ago (During the Eocene Epoch) and washes it up on the shores of Russia, Poland, Germany, Denmark and Lithuania.
    £9.99
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  • Fossil Baltic Amber Sterling Silver Pendant W Fly Insect Inclusion 18" Chain #6

    For sale is a fantastic sterling silver (0.925) pendant with 18" sterling silver chain with a piece of genuine Baltic amber containing a c.45 million year old insect. Would make a superb and unusual gift for those who love amber with inclusions or something a bit different.
    £32.50
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  • Large Baltic Amber W Dolichopodid Fly Insect Inclusion 0.4g D4

    Baltic amber is also known as succinite due to the high concentration of succinic acid within its chemical make up. It is the most common type of fossiliferous amber. A common feature by which Baltic amber can be distinguished from other amber types is the frequent presence of oak-leaf flower hairs, and many of the inclusions can be observed surrounded in a white film formed from the decaying internal fluids of the insect which managed to seep out before the resin fossilised.
    £9.50
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  • Baltic Amber #80 - Winged Insect Inclusion

    Size 11mm (amber). Baltic Coast. Age 3 5-50 million years. £19.99.
    £19.99
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  • S.V.F - Polished Copal Amber with insect inclusions. Madagascar

    S.V.F - Polished Copal Amber with insect inclusions. This is an extremely beautiful specimen with lots of beetle inclusions. The specimen has been polished so that the inclusions can be seen with the naked eye.
    £35.00
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  • S.V.F - Polished Copal Amber with insect inclusions. Madagascar

    S.V.F - Polished Copal Amber with insect inclusions. This is an extremely large specimen with lots of insect inclusions,, flies, beetles, etc. The specimen has been polished so that the inclusions can be seen with the naked eye.
    £25.00
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  • Cretaceous Burmite Amber Fossil Wasp, Bug, Midge/Fly Insect Inclusion X08 0.54g

    Unlike Baltic amber, Burmite contains little to no succinic acid, and is often found in coal seams, and is therefore classed as a form of retinite amber rather than succinite. Although it is considerably less common than Baltic amber (which forms between 80-90% of world amber production) it is probably the oldest form of amber that is mined and exploited commercially (other and older dinosaur era ambers exist, but are much rarer and deposits generally too small for large-scale mining).
    £45.00
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  • Fossil Insect in BALTIC amber 44 million yrs old grade B 2 pieces w bugs per bid

    Various types of flies are the most common but a huge fauna is known. However, this is beautiful clear amber so the insects are easy to see. You can take the amber out and handle it if you so desire.
    £6.00
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  • Baltic Amber with Fungus Gnat Inclusion (Nematocera: Sciaridae) (#066)

    Fungus Gnat Inclusion (Nematocera: Sciaridae)in Authentic Baltic Amber. Fungus Gnat (Nematocera: Sciaridae). The Nematocera are a primitive suborder of flies and are very common in Baltic amber. This specimen is female as shown by its tapered abdomen.
    £8.99
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  • Baltic Amber #25 - Spider Inclusion

    Size 14mm (amber). Baltic Coast. Age 3 5-50 million years. £16.99.
    £16.99
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  • Fossil Cretaceous Burmite Amber W Rare Mecoptera Scorpion Fly Insect Inclusion

    This Amber contains a rare Scorpion Fly (mecoptera ) insect. These predatory insects are so-named because the genitalia in the male often resembles a scorpion's tail. This specimen appears to be a female.
    £95.00
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  • Burmese Fossil Cretaceous Amber/Burmite W Dolichopodid Fly Inclusion Z03 0.65g

    Burmese Amber can be easily distinguished from the more common Baltic Amber via a UV light test. Burmese amber fluoresces a strong milky blue, wheres Baltic amber fluoresces pale green (see photos).
    £40.00
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  • Cretaceous Burmite Amber Fossil Parasitoid Wasp Fly Insect Inclusions X04 0.61g

    Unlike Baltic amber, Burmite contains little to no succinic acid, and is often found in coal seams, and is therefore classed as a form of retinite amber rather than succinite. Although it is considerably less common than Baltic amber (which forms between 80-90% of world amber production) it is probably the oldest form of amber that is mined and exploited commercially (other and older dinosaur era ambers exist, but are much rarer and deposits generally too small for large-scale mining).
    £37.00
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  • Fossil Insect in BALTIC amber 44 million yrs Jurassic World super preservation

    Every piece contains at least one nice insect, some have more than one. Various types of flies are the most common but a huge fauna is known. You can take the amber out and handle it if you so desire.
    £6.00
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