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José Zendrera has uploaded:
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In spite of making an effort to not accumulate too many rocks at home, finally find myself with a lot of mineral samples chosen with fairly anarchic criteria, from quality of crystals to any kind of interesting feature, some ones just by chance. I love pegmatite species but also appreciate alpine and methamorphic minerals. Fluorescent crystals are specially welcome. Maybe because I've travelled across Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nepal, I like stones of these mountainous countries.
A degree in geology (UAB Barcelone) helps to better understand some issues of rocks, but my very limited knowledge is mostly self-taught, result of an inborn attraction, books and magazine reading and, in recent years, mineral websites, particularly Spanish FMF and Mindat. I really appreciate the help received here, thank you all!

 

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