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Bug in Amber - Diptera, Caddisfly with Unidentified Insect

Measures: 1"

Age: 45/55 Million Years Old

Discovered: Yantarnyi, Kaliningrad Russia

Baltic amber is fossilized sap that exuded out of the bark of trees during the Eocene Epoch. The bug inside was captured by this sap, preserving perfectly inside. 

Bug in Amber - Diptera, Caddisfly with Unidentified Insect

SKU: Bug in Amber - Caddisfly with U/ Insect
$175.00Price
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