Largest predatory spider 3 cm from the amber forest of Palmnicken - Pisauridae Diptera

Description
Largest predatory spider 3 cm from the amber forest of Palmnicken - Pisauridae Diptera
PALEOGENE-Eocene, Ypresian (47.8–56.0 million years) - Russia

You are bidding on selected inclusions from one of the largest collections in Germany, which consists of amber from all over the world (Baltics, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Burma), and I am offering them for auction for reasons of age.

Authenticity, quality and rarity are guaranteed, some pieces are suitable for museums, this is the case in an estimated percentage of less than 1% of all finds.

In a large elongated JEWELLERY STONE of 7.5 x 2.5 x 1.5 cm (15 grams) one of the largest predatory spiders "Pisauridae" ever found is scientifically determined, 3 cm with three fungus and one gall midges enclosed. Unique find for the dedicated collector.


6 multilayer shots are attached, where each millimetre has been photographed approx. 25 times.

Lot details
Object
Largest predatory spider 3 cm from the amber forest of Palmnicken
Scientific name
Pisauridae Diptera
Origin
Russia
Geological Period
PALEOGENE-Eocene, Ypresian (47.8–56.0 million years)
Condition
Good condition
Treatment
Hand-polished
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