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Published: 2020-02-26

Supplement to the Burmese (Myanmar) amber checklist and bibliography, 2019

Department of Natural Sciences, National Museum of Scotland, Chambers St., Edinburgh EH1 1JF, UK
General Burmese amber Myanmar Cretaceous insects arachnids invertebrates vertebrates protists plants fungi

Abstract

This is a supplement to Ross (2019) covering all taxa described or recorded in Burmese amber during 2019, plus a few earlier records that were missed previously. Up to the end of 2019, 1,478 species were recorded from Burmese (Kachin) amber of which 276 were named or recorded in 2019.

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