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Press Release Oldest Occurrence of Arthropods Preserved in Amber Newly discovered fly, mite specimens are 100 million years older than previous amber inclusions August 27, 2012 Press Release Ancient Amber Preserves 52-Million-Year-Old Biological Partnership Fossil provides evidence of early symbiosis between fungi and tropical trees. December 21, 2011 Collection Amber Blog Post International Team of Scientists Describe First Cretaceous African Amber Deposit A Forest From the Dinosaur Era Discovered in Ethiopian Amber June 15, 2010 Educator Professional Learning Amber Reed, Course Instructor Amber Reed is an online instructor for Seminars on Science, the Museum's online professional learning program for educators.   Richenbacher, Courtney     International Team of Scientists Describe First Cretaceous African Amber Deposit   Blog Post Scientists Find Oldest Amber Arthropods on Record Preserved for 230 million years in droplets of amber just millimeters long, two newly named species of mites and a fly have set a... August 27, 2012 Blog Post Analyzing Extinct Ants in Amber Fourth-year graduate student at the Richard Guilder Graduate School, Phillip Barden, and Curator and Professor David Grimaldi, his... June 3, 2014 Blog Post Ancient Amber Preserves 52-Million-Year-Old Biological Partnership Fossil provides evidence of early symbosis between fungi and tropical trees December 14, 2011 Blog Post First Fossil-bearing Amber Discovered In Western Amazonian Basin By American Museum Of Natural History Paleontologist And Colleagues   October 1, 2006   Ancient Amber Preserves 52-Million-Year-Old Biological Partnership  
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