Amber is fossilized tree sap, also known as resin, which has undergone molecular polymerization over 30-90 million years. These beautiful amber samples, ranging from 1.5-2+ cm, each have at least one small insect trapped inside. Samples originate from Russia and the Dominican Republic. Each sample comes in a clear plastic case with a magnifying lens in the lid to allow for excellent viewing of the organism inside the amber. The specimen can be removed for examination under a microscope. Cases measure 2.5 cm square by 2.3 cm high. (1 x 1 x 0.875 inches). Read more on our Blog - Real Amber? Read more on our Blog - Insects in Amber
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Where are the insects?
Jan 4, 2017 | By Karen of Frisco, TX United States
Owner Response:Hi Karen,
If you have a piece of amber with an insect that is too small to see, please return it for another piece or a full refund. We guarantee that there is an insect in each piece, but once in a while they may be smaller than we prefer. Someone from customer service will be in touch with you.
Amber with insect
Sep 4, 2015 | By Serrano of AL France
Mar 9, 2015 | By BB of Woodstock, IL United States
insects in amber
Dec 9, 2014 | By Timothy Al Evans of FL United States
Good value, but needs microscope
Oct 22, 2014 | By N. Krajcar of Concord, CA United States
Oct 8, 2014 | By sarah s of atlanta, GA United States
Jun 9, 2014 | By Brittany Hoffnagle of Conway, SC United States