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Found: mainly in the Hukong Valley (Northern Burma) where it occurs in clay deposits and coal seams
Age: 100 Ma. (Early Cretaceous period)
Mother-plant: Agathis (Araucariaceae)
Colours: often clear and transparent, varying from red to brown
Inclusions: contains many inclusions
Special characteristics: inclusions from the Cretaceous period are well-preserved
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Date: 2012-03-10 | Tags: Burmese amber Burmite | Added by: Farizejs
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