Bugs and Insects in Amber
Once buried in sediment, the sap undergoes molecular polymerisation, hardening under heat and pressure to form, first, an intermediate substance known as copal, and then amber itself. But it’s while still freshly exuded and viscous that it sometimes ensnares a hapless passing creature, trapping it forever.
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- Bugs and Insects in Amber
Burmese Amber Millipede, Wasp, Beetle, Mite, Thrip$349.00 Add to cart
- Blue Dominican Amber Beads and Spheres
Dominican Blue Amber 16mm Sphere Fossilized Material$249.00 Add to cart