Fossil Amber
Fossil Galleries
 
Fossil Amber with Inclusions of Insects and other Organisms


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Fossil Amber
Insect Fossils

 


Centipede (Family Geophilidae) in fossil amber (rare) in association with some 300 other insects, mostly Dipterans
Pliocene to Pleistocene
Andes Mountains, Colombia
Phasmida in Fossil Amber (rare)
Pliocene to Pleistocene
Andes Mountains, Colombia
Cricket in association with numerous Dipterans
Order Orthoptera
Family Gryllidae
Pliocene to Pleistocene
Andean Uplift Region, Colombia
Fossil Amber with Rare Isopod Crustacea
Pliocene to Pleistocene
Andean Uplift Region,
Colombia
Note the unusual, large rostrum of this plant hopper (Order Homoptera; Family: Fulgoidea). This specimen also contains examples of the moth fly and sand fly, both Dipterans of Family Psychodidae.
Rare Fire Beetle
Family: Pyrochroidae
Pliocene to Pleistocene
Andes Mountains, Colombia
Long-Legged Fly
Order Diptera
Family Dolichopodidae
Upper Eocene to Lower Oligocene
Kaliningrad District, Russia
14 mm flying ant
Order Hymenoptera
Family Formicidae
Pliocene to Pleistocene
Andean Uplift Region, Colombia
Rare Praying Mantis
Family: Pyrochroidae
Pliocene to Pleastocene
Andes Mountains, Colombia
Long-Legged Flies
Order Diptera
Family Dolichopodidae
Upper Eocene to Lower Oligocene
Kaliningrad District, Russia