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Amber: Archive of Deep Time

Series: Denisia Volume: 26

By: Peter Assmann(Foreword By), Romualdas Budrys(Foreword By)

294 pages, colour photos


Paperback | Jan 2009 | #231395
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Language: Contributions in either English or German, trilingual foreword in English, German and Lithuanian

This book accompanies the exhibition “Trapped in Amber” exhibition project, where an extraordinary selection of natural beauty from the extensive inventories of the Lithuanian Art Museum in the Biology Centre of the Upper Austrian State Museums were displayed, together with an exciting combination of culture and natural sciences being presented.


- Peter Assmann, Romualdas Budrys, (2009): Vorwort - 5-9
- Scott Richard Anderson, (2009): A primitive ant brood chamber with evidence of brood care in Burmese amber (Lower Cretaceous) - implications for brood care as the facilitating factor for true eusociality and dominance of ants - 11-20
- Dany Azar, André Nel, Alain Waller, (2009): Two new Ptiloneuridae from Colombian copal (Psocodea: Psocomorpha) - 21-28
- Dany Azar, Alain Waller, André Nel, (2009): A phantom midge from Lower Cretaceous Lebanese amber (Diptera, Chaoboridae) - 29-34
- Daniel J. Bickel, (2009): The first species described from Cape York amber, Australia: Chaetogonopteron bethnorrisae n.sp. (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) - 35-39
- Nicolas Brasero, André Nel, Denis Michez, (2009): Insects from the Early Eocene amber of Oise (France): diversity and palaeontological significance - 41-52
- Michael S. Engel, David A. Grimaldi, (2009): Diversity and phylogeny of the Mesozoic wasp family Stigmaphronidae (Hymenoptera: Ceraphronoidea) - 53-68
- Sam W. Heads, (2009): New pygmy grasshoppers in Miocene amber from the Dominican Republic (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae) - 69-74
- Sam W. Heads, (2009): A new pygmy mole cricket in Cretaceous amber from Burma (Orthoptera: Tridactylidae) - 75-82
- Ernst Heiss, (2009): Über Holoptiliinae in Bernstein (Heteroptera, Reduviidae) - 83-92
- Aleksander Herczek, Yuri A. Popov, (2009): New plant bugs (Insecta, Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Miridae) from the Eocene Baltic amber - 93-98
- Alexander G. Kirejtshuk, (2009): A new genus and species of Sphaeriusidae (Coleoptera, Myxophaga) from Lower Cretaceous Burmese amber - 99-102
- Alexander G. Kirejtshuk, André Nel, (2009): New genera and species of Cucujiformia (Coleoptera, Polyphaga) from lowermost Eocene French amber - 103-118
- Alexander G. Kirejtshuk, Dany Azar, Paul Tafforeau, Renaud Boistel, Vincent Fernandez, (2009): New beetles of Polyphaga (Coleoptera, Polyphaga) from Lower Cretaceous Lebanese amber - 119-130
- Wilson R. Lourenco, (2009): A synopsis of the amber scorpions, with special reference to the Baltic fauna - 131-136
- Vladimir N. Makarkin, Eugeny E. Perkovsky, (2009): Rophalis relicta HAGEN (Neuroptera, Nevrorthidae) in the Late Eocene Rovno amber, with a discussion of the taxonomic status of the genus - 137-144
- Michael Ohl, Daniel J. Bennett, (2009): A new genus and species of apoid wasps from Saxonian amber (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Crabronidae) - 145-150
- Yuri A. Popov, Aleksander Herczek, (2009): A new peculiar minute bug (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Cimicomorpha, Microphysidae) from the Eocene Baltic amber - 151-154
- Jacek Szwedo, Elzbieta Sontag, (2009): The traps of the "amber trap". How inclusions could trap scientists with enigmas - 155-169
- Michael von Tschirnhaus, Christel Hoffeins, (2009): Fossil flies in Baltic amber - insights in the diversity of Tertiary Acalyptratae (Diptera, Schizophora), with new morphological characters and a key based on 1,000 collected inclusions - 171-212
- Norbert Vávra, (2009): Amber, fossil resins, and copal - contributions to the terminology of fossil plant resins - 213-222
- Francesco Vitali, (2009): Two new longhorned beetles from Dominican amber (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) - 223-230
- Francesco Vitali, (2009): The cerambycids included in Baltic amber: current knowledge status with the description of new taxa (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) - 231-242
- Wolfgang Weitschat, (2009): Jäger, Gejagte, Parasiten und Blinde Passagiere - Momentaufnahmen aus dem Bernsteinwald - 243-256
- Wilfried Wichard, (2009): Taphozönosen im Baltischen Bernstein - 257-266
- Wilfried Wichard, Hartmut Greven, (2009): Über Tausendfüßler, spanische Fliegen und Heuschrecken - Zur "Historia Succinorum" des Nathanael Sendel von 1742 - Denisia 0026: 267-294.

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