The administrative county of Gwynedd was itself only formed during 1974 from the amalgamation of the traditional counties of Merionethshire, Caernarfonshire and Anglesey that that date back to the middle ages.
Mineral specimens from locations listed within this section (ie the part of the Unitary Authority of Gwynedd that previously formed the traditional county of Merionethshire may therefore be labeled as coming from Gwynedd or Merionethshire depending upon the time they were collected.
Mineral specimens from locations within the part of the Unitary Authority of Gwynedd that previously formed the traditional county of Caernarfonshire are listed seperately within that section.
Mineral ListMineral list contains entries from the region specified including sub-localities
101 entries listed. 92 valid minerals.
Localities in this Region
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New Locality Added: Rock Quarry Road Site, Wilkes Co., North Carolina, USAFrom Bruce Wayne Osborne, 10th Dec 2013 14:49:53