Image courtesy of Jim Pruske, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Buying amber online is a little bit sketchy at times, but most fakes are very obvious to someone who knows what to look for.
Thank you and enjoy your purchase! Last week, a team of interdisciplinary researchers from Europe and America announced in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B they had frozen in a nugget of Dominican amber.
The specimen has the gonopods visible, showing anterior gonopods with a flagella and allowing us to place this specimen in a recent family, the Cambalidae.