Very clean piece of 12 grams and measures ± 8.7 x 2.6 x 1 cms; where a 1.2 cm wasp predominates with several insects.
- This amber is called copal because he is very young and does not have the same characteristics as typical amber; amber is a pine resin hardened by time, especially the Pinus succinifera, with more than 30 million years old. Its composition is a mixture of various resins, succinic acid and a volatile oil C10H16O sometimes contains hydrogen H2S acid. While the copal is a large group of resins obtained from existing trees and also appears in some cases in a state of fossilization. A natural resin, has almost the same properties as amber, which also has bugs, bubbles, leaves, etc ..
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