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Peter Andresen has uploaded:
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I'm a Norwegian systematic collector, with focus on micromounts. My collection is worldwide systematics, but I also have several locality collections.
I'm living close to the larvikite complex, in Skien, Telemark to be more precise, and am collecting in the larvikite quarries as often as I can. There is almost always something to be found, and you can check out what was found on latest trip, reading my blog. Beside being out in field collecting, or checking the rocks under the scope, and mounting what I like, I also like to swap. You find my trade list as an article here. Do you find anything of interest, don't hesitate to contact me telling what you might have to trade.

 

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