This is a cool piece. It is rather a dark amber color. There is a small primitive fly, Nematocera, but it has a very nice male winged ant, Hymenoptera, Dolichoderinae (?). There is a decomposition bubble emanating from the abdomen, which is not common in ants (termites, yes, ants no).
Nice size, very interesting piece. There is some surface glazing, but does not interfere at all with specimen. there is 2 tropical stingless bees that are inside an amber tube. That is, one amber flow caught the bees and then another and another flow came over them. The bees are visible, but are occluded by some air bubbles.
An interesting piece. First, this does have a surface crazing - common in some of the Dominican ambers. But inside are a number of cool beetles, There are 7 bark beetles, Scodytidae and 2 Colydiidae beetles (cylindrical bark beetles, of the genus Bitoma. If you like beetles, this is a beetle fest.
Fun and informative. This does have a fungus gnat, Diptera, Mycetophilidae and 2 planthopper nymphs. This piece is cool, not because of the insects, but how it was formed. You can see that this is a cross section of a an amber tube. You can see the original amber flow and then successive layers of resin flows (like stalagmite).
Large piece that has at least two fungus gnats, Diptera, Mycetophilidaea. There really is a lot more in this busy, including what looks like part of a leaf (do not think it is) and some miscellaneous debris scattered inside. Fun piece and because of the size, a great value for the money.