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Moqui Balls are iron oxide concretions which erode out from the Navajo Sandstone in the desert Southwest.

Moqui Balls are iron oxide concretions which erode out from the Navajo Sandstone in the desert Southwest.

Researchers found these myrmeleontoid larvae, flecked with debris, in mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber.

Some Ancient Insects Wore the Exoskeletons of Other Bugs to Disguise Themselves

New amber specimens show that insects have been mastering the art of disguise for 100 million years

Cretaceous New Jersey amber (90-94 MYO) - rare iconic gall mite (Trombidiformes Erythraeidae) - body about 1,2 mm | par leth.damgaard

Cretaceous New Jersey amber (90-94 MYO) - rare iconic gall mite (Trombidiformes Erythraeidae) - body about 1,2 mm

Cretaceous New Jersey amber (90-94 MYO) - rare iconic gall mite (Trombidiformes Erythraeidae) - body about 1,2 mm This mite lived approx. 29 million years before Tyrannosaurus rex and approx. 93 million years before the first humans. The other side: www.flickr.com/photos/amber-inclusions/5380026235/in/set-... _____________________________ If you are interested in using this picture (non-profit and non-commercial purposes), I will allow this under the following conditions : 1. For the…

Baltic amber (50 MYO) - rare huge crane fly (Diptera, Tipulidae)

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Amazing Images of Prehistoric Creatures Trapped in Amber | Memolition

Amber itself is formed from tree resin that, over thousands of years, fossilizes to produce first copal and then thousands or millions of years after that, amber. The sticky resin traps anything in its way, preserving it for millennia. As it dries and hardens, the resin becomes copal, which is a greasy, clearish substance sometimes called (and is if you see it sold as amber) fake amber. Copal is a constant stage after the sticky resin that all amber goes through and can be as old as recent…

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Cretaceous New Jersey amber (90-94 MYO) - fly (Diptera) in extremely rare amber - Is there anyone who can help with a more precise determination?

© Anders Leth Damgaard - www.amber-inclusions.dk This insect lived approx. 29 million years before Tyrannosaurus rex and approx. 93 million years before the first humans. _____________________________ If you are interested in using this picture (non-profit and non-commercial purposes), I will allow this under the following conditions : 1. For the license, give credits to: "© Anders Leth Damgaard" and create a link to this web page:"www.amber-inclusions.dk". Please note clearly on your web…

Baltic amber (50 MYO) - extremely rare Strepsiptera, Mengeidae, Mengea tertiaria - 2 mm. | par leth.damgaard

Baltic amber (50 MYO) - extremely rare Strepsiptera, Mengeidae, Mengea tertiaria - 2 mm.

Baltic amber (50 MYO) - Strepsiptera, Mengeidae, Mengea tertiaria - 2 mm. © Anders Leth Damgaard - www.amber-inclusions.dk _____________________________ If you are interested in using this picture (non-profit and non-commercial purposes), I will allow this under the following conditions : 1. For the license, give credits to: "© Anders Leth Damgaard" and create a link to this web page:"www.amber-inclusions.dk". Please note clearly on your web site that I hold the copyrights. 2. You must…

This tiny animal, dwelling normally in dry areas like the desert, has a body length between (3 to 15mm).

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This tiny animal, dwelling normally in dry areas like the desert, has a body length between (3 to 15mm).

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Cretaceous New Jersey amber (90-94 MYO) - perfect iconic midge in extremely rare amber - (3 mm)

© Anders Leth Damgaard - www.amber-inclusions.dk This insect lived approx. 29 million years before Tyrannosaurus rex and approx. 93 million years before the first humans. _____________________________ If you are interested in using this picture (non-profit and non-commercial purposes), I will allow this under the following conditions : 1. For the license, give credits to: "© Anders Leth Damgaard" and create a link to this web page:"www.amber-inclusions.dk". Please note clearly on your web…

Huge fossil cockroach insect inclusion in Baltic amber

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Co-evolvers: Flies in amber once pollinated Cretaceous plants.These new insect species provide a key to understand life in Cretaceous forests, when today’s Iberian Peninsula was a giant island Cantabria, Spain. Two species of flie well preserved in amber present a long specialized proboscis in the family Zhangsolvidae, extinct before dinosaurs. One has hundreds of grains from a Bennettitalean species, an extinct order of gymnosperms.

Flies that pollinized Cretaceous plants 105 million years ago

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Cretaceous New Jersey amber (90-94 MYO) - sand fly (Phlebotominae) and parasitic mite

Cretaceous New Jersey amber (90-94 MYO) - sand fly (Phlebotominae) and parasitic mite © Anders Leth Damgaard - www.amber-inclusions.dk _____________________________ If you are interested in using this picture (non-profit and non-commercial purposes), I will allow this under the following conditions : 1. For the license, give credits to: "© Anders Leth Damgaard" and create a link to this web page:"www.amber-inclusions.dk". Please note clearly on your web site that I hold the copyrights. 2…

Primeras células rojas de sangre fósiles preservadas en ámbar

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