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Lost and Stolen SpecimensHow to use this

21st May 2007 14:13 BSTJolyon Ralph Founder

This is a forum for posting information and photos of missing specimens. All messages will be moderated before approval, and if you post missing specimen information here you MUST make sure that you come back and respond with a "Specimens Found" message if they are retrieved.


You should not comment here on other posts. If you have any information on a specimen listed here please contact the original poster PRIVATELY, under no circumstances will we allow public chatter regarding specimens that are lost or possibly stolen.


If anyone has problems contacting the original poster or they would prefer information to be passed on anonymously, then you can send information to me at the mindat.org email address (the blue webmaster link in the small print at the bottom of this page) and I will make sure it gets passed on.



Thanks


Jolyon
 
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