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Natural lumps of amber formed from resin extruded inside and outside the tree trunk. These forms create external drippings and swellings, as well as internal resin which gathers in fissures inside the tree trunk.

1. Internal crack fillings

2. Forms under the bark

3. Resin pocket in the wood

4. Forms between the bark

5. Fillings from tree wounds

6. External stalactite shapes

7. Stalactite

8. External drops and swellings

This was taken from Lausitzer Bernstein (1995) by B. Kosmowska-Ceranowicz, et.al.

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