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Registered member since 27th Dec 2009

Ronald J. Pellar has uploaded:
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HI, I collect worldwide T/Ns, toenail, and some miniatures. I also collect Paradamites. I have sold my Adamite collection and no longer specialize in them.

My favorite localities are the Ojuela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico and Tsumeb, Namibia.

I do mineral photography including some past work on a special project at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum to help them photograph some of their minerals for their Web page.

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Total messages posted:427
New threads started:23
First message posted:8th Feb 2010
Latest message posted:24th Feb 2012

My Latest Discussions and Replies

7w165 imagesbent, deformed or strange habits of crystalsPosted by Tony Charlton. 438 replies in General.8w276 imagesBest photographs of specimens larger than 1cmPosted by Rudolf Hasler. 507 replies in Mineral Photography.11w250 imagesPseudomorphsPosted by Rolf Luetcke. 469 replies in General.Jul 2019551 imagesGail's NEW favourite of the day, PART 2Posted by Jolyon Ralph. 1911 replies in General.Mar 2019Torbernite ???Posted by Luc Vandenberghe. 11 replies in Improving 2019Legrandite vs AdamitePosted by Colin Davis. 8 replies in General.Feb 2019Photographing sugilite - challengesPosted by Bruce Cairncross. 2 replies in Mineral Photography.Dec 2018Inverse of the Japan law?Posted by Eric He. 13 replies in General.Nov 2018Approaches to mounting specimensPosted by Hiro Inukai. 19 replies in Field Collecting.Oct 2018Auction ErrorPosted by Jake Harper. 22 replies in Improving 2018What form of radiation from uraninite?Posted by Ed Clopton. 13 replies in Education.Oct 2018Login Auto-FillPosted by Ronald J. Pellar. 36 replies in Improving 2018pseudocubic quartzPosted by Jennifer Cindrich. 38 replies in Education.Sep 2018Photo Atlas of Mineral PseudomorphismPosted by Jean-Louis O.. 42 replies in Improving 2018218 imagesOnly from Canada, eh?Posted by Maggie Wilson. 873 replies in General.May 2018Auto-fill on Login PagePosted by Ronald J. Pellar. 2 replies in Improving 2018New Mindat Page - Ten Things you didn't know!Posted by Jolyon Ralph. 5 replies in General.Mar 2018Cotton turning grey due to radioactivity?Posted by Reiner Mielke. 12 replies in Improving 2018Looking for list of minerals and color temperaturesPosted by Peter K. Szarka. 20 replies in General.Dec 2017Usable MagnificationPosted by Ronald J. Pellar. 9 replies in Mineral Photography.

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