Enhydros (air and water inclusions) may enhance the colour effect and add beauty to a piece of amber, even dust particles and stalactite formations might be interesting for scientists, jewelers and collectors alike.

But inclusions like plants, insects, worms or even small vertebrates are even more fascinating. Most specimens are rather small and large size pieces with rare inclusions are highly valuable. In addition, the visibility and the position of the inclusion inside the specimen are important factors.

We have available a great variety of these insteresting, unique and valuable inclusions. Matter of fact we have a whole

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Below is an (incomplete) list of inclusions that can be found in Dominican amber:
Insects, Non-insects and Vertebrates

  • Ants

  • Termites

  • Beetles

  • Bees

  • Mosquitoes

  • Grasshoppers

  • Planthoppers

  • Leafhoppers

  • Cicadas

  • Aphids

  • Flees

  • Fireflies

  • Ticks

  • Butterflies, Moths

  • Springtails (Collembola)

  • Crickets

  • Cockroaches

  • Centipedes

  • Millipedes

  • Barklice

  • Thrips

  • True Bugs

  • Lacewings

  • Dusty-wings

  • Beetles

  • Scorpions / pseudo-scorpions

  • Spiders

  • Webspinners

  • Mantises

  • Flies

  • Fireflies

  • Wasps

  • Small (Gecko) Lizards

  • Frogs

  • Plants and others

  • Flowers

  • Mushroom caps

  • Seeds

  • Leaves

  • Stems

  • Animal hair

  • Bird feathers

  • Spider webs

  • Eggs, Larvae and Pupae