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Santonian amber from Ensuès-la-Redonne. A: Situation of the sampling areas (white squares), © Google Earth 2020.; B: Lens rich in liginite debris and amber grains east of Anse des Figuières; C: contact between the burrowed bioclastic sandstone limestone and the flaky sandy marls that yielded amber grains (arrow) (Anse des Anthénors); D: view of outcropping upper levels with masses of debris flow limestone (arrows); E: amber grains (arrows) in a marly-sandstone sediment; F: variety of harvested amber grains; G: thin sections of translucent amber grains with a thin red peripheral crust; H: thin sections of opaque grains sometimes showing great heterogeneity (example at the bottom); I: thin sections of highly fractured, crystal-like grains. (MNHN and UP collections).

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