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A single piece of amber from Myanmar held 39 ostracods, including many from a newly discovered species, Myanmarcypris hui.
By participating in the amber trade, some researchers say, scientists may be able to keep them from vanishing into private collections and being lost to the public trust.
As a result of these and other ethical concerns, some scientists have begun calling for a halt to scientific papers that describe fossils in Myanmar amber.
Profits from the amber mined in Myanmar’s conflict-ridden Kachin State may be helping to fund warring groups in the region.
The researchers aren’t sure exactly where the chunk of amber containing the bird skull came from.
In both cases the name is derived from the pale yellow colour of electrum, resembling that of amber.
Sometimes the coffee would come to the table a thin, amber fluid that tasted like particularly bad consommé.
THE BOOMING OF ACRE HILLJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
The death of Amber was as nothing to the death of Chitor—a body whence the life had been driven by riot and the sword.
FROM SEA TO SEARUDYARD KIPLING
In the case of amber, since there is another different method of attracting, the Epicurean atoms cannot fit one another in shape.
Beneath trees and hedgerows the ripe mosses gleamed, and coral and amber fungi, with amanita and other hooded folk.
CHILDREN OF THE MISTEDEN PHILLPOTTS

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