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[[image:BORNEO AMBER FROM SABAH2.jpg|thumb|left|240px]]<br />Middle Miocene Borneo amber from Sabah, Malaysia<br clear="left" />
 
[[image:BORNEO AMBER FROM SABAH2.jpg|thumb|left|240px]]<br />Middle Miocene Borneo amber from Sabah, Malaysia<br clear="left" />
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[[image:COGNAC SABAH AMBER.JPG|thumb|left|240px]]<br />Middle Miocene Cognac Borneo amber from Sabah, Malaysia<br clear="left" />
  
 
[[image:LEE CREEK AMBER 2.jpg|thumb|left|240px]]<br />Late Miocene Lee Creek 'amber' from North Carolina, USA<br clear="left" />
 
[[image:LEE CREEK AMBER 2.jpg|thumb|left|240px]]<br />Late Miocene Lee Creek 'amber' from North Carolina, USA<br clear="left" />

Revision as of 19:04, 14 August 2009

Amber fly 00.jpg

Baltic amber
Photo courtesy of Conny Forsberg
Amber2.jpg

Mexican amber
Photo courtesy of Dave Gibson
IMG 0871.JPG

Mexican amber
Photo courtesy of Dave Gibson
Blue amber2.jpg

Blue amber from The Dominican Republic in reflected and transmitted light
BORNEO AMBER FROM SABAH2.jpg

Middle Miocene Borneo amber from Sabah, Malaysia
COGNAC SABAH AMBER.JPG

Middle Miocene Cognac Borneo amber from Sabah, Malaysia
LEE CREEK AMBER 2.jpg

Late Miocene Lee Creek 'amber' from North Carolina, USA
AUSTRIAN AMBER (Golling)1.jpg

Early Cretaceous Golling amber from Austria
Austrian (Golling) amber.JPG

Early Cretaceous Golling amber from Austria
BURMITE CAB.jpg

Cretaceous Burmite from Myanmar.
Chiapas amber.JPG

Oligo-miocene Chiapas amber from Mexico
Brandenburg amber (Succinite).JPG

Middle Eocene Brandenburg amber from Germany.