a Chalcidoid Wasp with Red Eyes and multiple insect feces
in an authentic Dominican Amber Gemstone
excavated in the La Bucara Amber Mine in the Summer of 2010
this specimen has been examined by paleoentomologists at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City
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Some photos of our last amber excavations in Asia January 2010 (new top secret location for now)Some photos of our amber excavations in August 2007 at La Toca and La Bucara amber mines
This is an authentic Dominican Amber Gemstone excavated in the La Bucara Amber Mine in the Summer of 2010.
In the Dominican Republic, Hymenaea trees are called Algorrobo. The Hymenaea tree exudes vast amounts of resin which over millions of years of pressure hardens into amber. Generally amber is found because a landslide along a steep slope in the mountains exposes veins of black lignite. If the lignite contains amber it is gradually extracted by digging along the vein ... read more