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The Department of Small But Perfect Specimens

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Jason B. Smith has uploaded:
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Hello all. My name is Jason Smith and I reside in Charlotte, NC. I spend most of my time under the microscope when I am not at work, collecting, skateboarding, etc. I specialize in microminerals but matrix size doesnt matter much. I have a deep interest in phosphates, arsenates, tellurates, etc but generally collect systematically. I also have a fondness for pegmatite secondaries, especially the phosphates. I live about 35 minutes from the dumps at the Foote Mine in Kings Mountain, NC so get in touch with me if there is anything you desire from there!




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Total messages posted:309
New threads started:35
First message posted:30th Dec 2005
Latest message posted:5th Jul 2008

My Latest Discussions and Replies

Nov 2015Manganberzeliite - Tanatz Alp, Splügen, Rheinwald, Hinterrhein Valley, Grischun, SwitzerlandPosted by Jason B. Smith in Photos.Oct 2014Collecting at Foote 1-13-08. Yipee!Posted by Jason B. Smith. One reply to an article.Sep 2013Johillerite from Genna Zinc smelter, Germany?Posted by Jason B. Smith. 2 replies in Identity Help.Mar 2013Unknown from Langban! Come on Langban Experts.Posted by Jason B. Smith. 25 replies in Identity Help.Mar 2013NORDGAUITEPosted by Jason B. Smith in Identity Help.Jul 2009Looking for SKORPIONITE and other rare phosphatesPosted by Jason B. Smith. 2 replies in Mineral Exchanges.Mar 2009Waller Method -- Anyone had success with it?Posted by Jason B. Smith. 4 replies in Techniques for Collectors.Jan 2009Collected a clunker. What should I do?Posted by Jason B. Smith. 27 replies in General.Dec 2008Are some of these names really useful?Posted by Jason B. Smith. 4 replies in General.Dec 2008Russia mine explosion kills 9.Posted by Jason B. Smith. 9 replies in General.Dec 2008Palermo Mine photo errorsPosted by Jason B. Smith. One reply in Improving Mindat.org.Nov 2008Sterling Mine, Antwerp, NY HELP!!Posted by Jason B. Smith in Identity Help.Oct 2008Unknown from the Foote Mine, NCPosted by Jason B. Smith. 7 replies in Identity Help.Sep 2008Parsettensite not metaswitzeritePosted by Jason B. Smith. One reply in Improving Mindat.org.Sep 2008Kastningite from Brazil??Posted by Jason B. Smith. 3 replies in Improving Mindat.org.Sep 2008Am I just being dumb or..... mobile mindat helpPosted by Jason B. Smith. 2 replies in General.Sep 2008Locality "corner" Forum? Why not?Posted by Jason B. Smith. 9 replies in Improving Mindat.org.Sep 2008Kingsmountite. Should it be Mn-dominant? And Aluminum StrunzitePosted by Jason B. Smith. One reply in Mineralogical Classification.Aug 2008Mn-dominant Kingsmountite and Aluminum StrunzitePosted by Jason B. Smith. 4 replies in Mineralogical Classification.Aug 2008Comments box for Photo of the Day?Posted by Jason B. Smith. 3 replies in Improving Mindat.org.

 
 
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