Burmite Papers by Dr. George Poinar
1. Weevil
Mesophyletis calhouni
Entomological Society of Washington
12 October 2006
108(4), 2006, pp. 878-884 Poinar, Jr., G. O. Mesophyletis calhouni (Mesophyletinae), a new genus species, and
subfamily of Early Cretaceous weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea; Eccoptarthridae) in Burmese amber. Proceedings of
the Entomological Society of Washington 108: 878 - 884.
2. Grasshopper
Longioculus Burmensis
Entomological Society of Washington
28 June 2007
109(3), 2007, pp. 649-655  Poinar,Jr.,G.O., A.V.Gorochov & R.Buckley. Longioculus burmensis, n.gen.,n.sp.
(Orthoptera: Elcanidae)(Orthoptera: Elcanidae) in  Burmese  amber. Proc. Entomol. Soc.Wash.  109: 649-655.
3. Flower
Eoepigynia burmensis
Botanical Research Institute of Texas
1(1):91-96,2007  Poinar, Jr., G. O., Chambers, K. L. & Buckley, R. Eoëpigynia burmensis gen. and sp.nov., an Early
Cretaceous eudicot flower (Angiospermae) in Burmese amber. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 1: 91
- 96.
4. Mushroom
Sepedonites artebora
Piptocephalities patriciii
Poinar, Jr., G. O. & Buckley, R. 2007. Evidence of mycoparasitism and hypermycoparasitism in Early Cretaceous amber.
Mycological Research 111: 503-506.
5. Chemical Soldier Beetle
Melyridae Machiinae Poinar, Jr., G. O., Marshall, C. & Buckley, R. One hundred million years of chemical warfare by
insects. Journal of Chemical Ecology 33: 1663-1665.
7. Big eyed Beetle
Poinar, Jr., G. O., Kirejtshuk , A. J. &  Buckley, R. 2008. Pleuroceratos burmiticus n. gen., n. sp. (Coleoptera: Silvanidae)
from Early Cretaceous Burmese amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 110: 250-257.
8. Nematode and hairworm
Poinar G. O. & Buckley, R. 2006. Nematode (Nematoda: Mermithidae) and hairworm (Nematomorpha: Chordodidae)
parasites in Early Cretaceous amber. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 93: 36-41.Cretachordodes burmitis and
Cretacimermis protus.
6. Tick
Compluriscutula Vetulum
Entomolgical Society of Washington
110(2), 2008, pp. 445-450  Poinar, Jr., G. O., Kirejtshuk , A. J. &  Buckley, R. Pleuroceratos burmiticus n. gen., n. sp.
(Coleoptera: Silvanidae) From Early Cretaceous Burmese amber. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of
Washington 110: 250-257.
9. Scorpian
Electrochaerilus buckleiiJorge A. Santiago-Blay, Victor Fet, Scott Anderson
Revista Iberica de Aracnologia,Zaragoza, 30-VI-2004, pages 1-14

Many other papers are being worked on.
Papers by Other Scientists
10. Flower
Lachnaciona terriae
Evidence of floral diversification
Journal of the Botanical Institute of Texas (10/2008)
G. Poinar, R. Buckley, K. Chambers
11. Male/female scarab beetle
F. Krell, R. Buckley
To be published
12. Fern
Cretacifilix Fungiforms
An Eupolyid fern in early Cretaceous Burmese amber                
Journal of Botanical Reasearch Institute of Texas (10/2008)
G. Poinar, R. Buckley  
13. Tropidogyne pikei
Novon 3/18/2010   
New Cretaceous Endicot flower
George Poinar, Kenton Chambers, Ron Buckley
14. Big Eyed Bettle
Palaeoleptus burmenicus
Cretaceous Research Journal(2009)
An early Cretaceous shore bug in Burmese amber
G. Poinar, R. Buckley
15. Mantid Fly
Doratomancispa burmanaca
New Genus of Mantid Fly in Burmese amber
G. Poinar, R. Buckley
Being published
16. Damsel Fly and lizard leg
Palaeodisparouenra burmanicus
Paleodiversity (12/2010)
First record of Odonata and a new sub family of Damselflys in Burmese amber
G. Poinar, R. Buckley, G. Bechly
17. Mayfly
Most complete Mayfly ever found In Burmese amber
To be published
18. Lizard claws to be published later