The Cretaceous Amber of Buma is found in the Eocene strata of the Hukong Valley. However, the Burma amber has been redeposit, just like the Baltic amber.The age of around 100 million years is now considered to be correct.Studies by Poinar, Lambert & Wu from 2007 suggest that Burma amber originate from the resin of representatives of the araucaria and/ or the menbers of the Dipterocarpaceae.Above all, the Burma amber is characterized by its diverse amber inclusions. In addition to insect fossils and fossil plants are reptile finds and even saurian & bird feathers are also known. In 2019* even an ammonite from Burma amber was described.The question of the cretaceous should thus be finally resolved. (* Tingting Yu et al, 2019: An ammonite trapped in Burmese amber - PNAS (23) 11345-11350; https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1821292116)
This Burmese amber contains two insect inclusions. This piece shows two different Diptera from the cretaceous age of Myanmar. Multiple insect fossils in one piece of Burma amber are not that uncommon in Myanmar.
Here is a fossil fungus gnat preserved in the cretaceous amber From Burma. (Also known as Burmite) The anatomy and the wing veins are suggesting that this specimen may belong to the species Docidiadia burmitica.
In this Burmese amber are two inclusions from the cretaceous age of Myanmar. On the one hand, the piece shows a fossil ant of the Gerontoformica genus together with a small beetle. The fossil ant could be the species Gerontoformica