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A large CADDISFLY (order Trichoptera) and a small BEETLE (order Coleoptera) in genuine Baltic amber. A large inclusion of around 8mm along the wings. A nice sized chunk at 5g and 35mm at its widest.
£49.00 *

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A Mosasaur tooth with root still attached. Although it does have some repair, this tooth is all original. Unlike some that are just matched with a root and stuck together this is an unusual find with associated root. The fossil comes from Morocco and dates to the Cretaceous period. The fossil is 55mm at its longest (2.2 inches).
£16.00 *

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Polished ammonite that displays wonderful red flashes of irridescence. The species is Cleoniceras and it comes from Madagascar and measures 69mm at its widest. The ammonite is from the Albian age of the Cretaceous dating to around 110 million years old.
£12.00 *

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Complete shiny enamel and good shape make this 42mm tooth a good purchase. No repairs and shame it is not complete as it would have been a big tooth.
£9.00 *

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Polished ammonite showing the internal suture lines. The species is Cleoniceras and it comes from Madagascar and measures 66mm at its widest. The ammonite is from the Albian age of the Cretaceous dating to around 110 million years old. Flashes of red irridescence where the shell still exists.
£10.00 *

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A good looking 34mm tooth with two barely visible repairs. The tip is intact with little wear and some great enamel.
£8.00 *

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A detailed bone from a good sized Theropod possibly a large 'raptor' like Dromeosaur. The fossil is a toe bone and is just the proximal end (away from the body). This is the last bone in the toe and the claw would articulate against the groove in the end. The bone comes from the Hell Creek formation in South Dakota, USA. It is dated to the Cretaceous period of around 70 million years ago.
£28.00 *

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A fossilized molar from the cave bear - Ursus spelaeus. This huge beast that grew up to 10ft tall became extinct during the last ice age. This tooth was found in Romanian caves in the Bihor mountains. The specimens from this region have been aged to around 45000 years old. The picture shows the actual specimen you will receive that measures 36mm at its longest with a partial root.
£15.00 *

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A small 'raptor' from the Dromaeosaur family of Dinosaurs. Thought to be similar to Velociraptor in build was sharp serrated teeth. This is an excellent example and a good size at 9mm long. The tooth comes from the Hell Creek formation in Montana, USA. It is dated to the Cretaceous period of around 70 million years ago.
£24.00 *

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A good sized 63mm tooth with no repair. The tip is worn as are most of the larger teeth but there is some good enamel and defined ridges.
£18.00 *

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A good looking WASP (Apocrita) in genuine Baltic amber. There is also two tiny SPRINGTAILS (Collembola) in this piece. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 21mm at it longest.
£40.00 *

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A good looking parasitic WASP (Apocrita: parasitica) in genuine Baltic amber. Excellent detail of the ovipositor. There is also a tiny MITE (Acari) and a partial FUNGUS GNAT (Nematocera) in this piece. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 25mm at it longest.
£60.00 *

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An unusual tooth from an ancient lungfish - Ceratodus. Dated to the Cretaceous this Dinosaur aged fish fossil was collected in Morocco. The tooth is a great specimen with no repairs and complete root. The tooth measure around 30mm at its longest.
£12.00 *

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A good looking 46mm tooth. Some clean repairs on this tooth but an impressive example.
£8.00 *

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A good looking 75mm tooth. Yes that is correct this is an impressive 3 inch Dinosaur tooth. Some clean repairs on this tooth but great specimen for your collection. Dated to the Cretaceous of around 90 million years ago this tooth was collected in Morocco. The fossil will come with taxonomic and geographic details.
£28.00 *

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A detailed Spider (Araneae) in genuine Baltic amber. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 8mm at it longest.
£38.00 *

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A rarer inclusion of a MILLIPEDE (Class Diplopoda) in genuine Baltic amber. A great looking rarer inclusion with excellent detail. The amber measures 14mm at its widest.
£59.00 *

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An unusual inclusion of a juvenile Cockroach (Blattodea) in genuine Baltic amber. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 13mm at it longest.
£60.00 *

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A detailed bone from a good sized Theropod possibly a large 'raptor' like Dromeosaur. The fossil is a toe bone and is just the proximal end (away from the body). There is one repair but it is a solid piece still. The bone comes from the Hell Creek formation in South Dakota, USA. It is dated to the Cretaceous period of around 70 million years ago.
£20.00 *

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A fantastic and rare HARVESTMAN (order: Opilione) in genuine Baltic amber. A large inclusion of 15mm across the widest part of the legs. The harvestman has been a little damaged in his struggle to escape but he is also a stunning specimen. Not many of these creatures appear in amber and never have I seen one with such pronounced CLAWS or pincers. Wonderfully preserved eyes on top of the fused body and if its legs were spread out the arachnid would be over an inch long. Joining this creature is another unusual addition of a THRIP (order Thysanoptera). The piece measures 31mm at its widest.
£250.00 *

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Fantastically detailed moth along with other inclusions including an uncommon weevil. The piece measures 39mm long and is a beautifully clear piece. The piece has the additional of a springtail, rove beetle and flies. Full list of the inclusions will accompany the piece.
£45.00 *

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An stunning and unusual inclusion of a juvenile Cockroach (Blattodea) in genuine Baltic amber. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 27mm at it longest.
£85.00 *

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A good Wasp (Apocrita) in genuine Baltic amber. This Wasp also has the stinger exposed making this a rarer piece and great for study. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 28mm at it longest.
£55.00 *

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My first ever Termite (Isoptera) in amber. This is a rare inclusion and I came across it by accident so can offer at this excellent price. I can sell you Termites by the dozen in copal but you will not find many for sale in Baltic amber. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 17mm at it longest.
£55.00 *

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A non-biting Midge (Chironomidae) in genuine Baltic amber. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 19mm at it longest.
£9.00 *

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Polished ammonite showing the internal suture lines. The species is Cleoniceras and it comes from Madagascar. The ammonite is from the Albian age of the Cretaceous dating to around 110 million years old. It measures 49mm at its widest and still shows some of its original irridescent shell.
£6.00 *

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A stunning tooth from a good sized Megalodon shark. The tooth measures 127mm (5 inches) along the edge and has good serrations, plenty of its enamel and mostly complete root. No restoration, no repairs, an excellent tooth to add to your collection. I am sure it will be the centre of attention in any collection.
£145.00 *

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Cut and polished ammonite showing the internal structures including a large living chamber. The species is Cleoniceras and it comes from Madagascar. The ammonite is from the Albian age of the Cretaceous dating to around 110 million years old. They measure 36mm at their widest and have some lovely irridescence on the outside.
£5.00 *

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Probably the best looking ant (no doubt the largest) you will find in copal. Excellent detail of the huge mandibles and hairs on the abdomen. The piece measures 64mm long and is a beautifully clear piece. The piece has the additional of a blood sucker plus a jumping spider, other ants and flies. Full list of the inclusions will accompany the piece.
£95.00 *

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A detailed Triceratops tooth that measures 23mm at its longest. Natural wear to the tip and a good piece of root. No repairs to this tooth that comes from the USA and dates to the late Cretaceous.
£14.00 *

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