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Arachnid in Columbian Copal


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Arachnid in Columbian Copal along with several other fascinating inclusions, including a probable rare fungi, a view into the prehistoric flora and fauna of the ancient forests of South America.

Genus: Fungi, Arachnid; Spider.
Age: Approximately 1.6 million years to 10,000 years old.
Origin: Columbia.

Copal measurements.
Length: 17.9 cm
Depth: 5.7 cm
Height: 5.3 cm

Approximate weight: 0,187 g

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Arachnid in Columbian Copal with several other insect inclusions profusely layered throughout the copal along with a fossilised or petrified fungi which is an extremely rare occurrence, the fungi appears in the copal in the form of a chanterelle.

Cantharellus cibarius, commonly known as the chanterelle, or girolle, is a fungus. In 1836, the Swedish mycologist Elias Fries considered the chanterelle "as one of the most important and best edible mushrooms”.

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Age No
Origin Madagascar
Colour Amber