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  1. #3226

    Jul 2018
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    It looks like a welded tuff - a volcanic rock. It looks like a lava cooled on the top of it later on.


    Quote Originally Posted by Nailemandjam View Post
    Hi Dusted, I've had no luck at finding what this is. I found it midway on the baja california peninsula. Attachment 1662191Attachment 1662192[ATTACH=CONFIG]1662191[/ATTACH

  2. #3227
    Pae
    Pae is offline

    Dec 2018
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    Could you identify these for me Click image for larger version. 

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  3. #3228
    Pae
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    Last edited by Pae; Dec 30, 2018 at 06:19 AM.

  4. #3229

    Nov 2018
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    Found this rock in the Hualapai mountain in AZ. After examining it closely with a jewelers loupe, I noticed this tiny green spheres inside of a vug. Any idea what it could be? It's not bio, like insect eggs or anything. It is hard and part of the rock, like a mineral of some sort.

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  5. #3230

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ID:	1668001 im stumped.its from my creek in SC

  6. #3231
    All finds were picked off top of the ground, on private land with permission

    Sep 2018
    51
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    A field find, on next farm over, a meteorite was found about basketball size, and i find these pieces on our land, Click image for larger version. 

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  7. #3232
    us
    Sep 2017
    Garrett Ace 250, Cen Tech wand
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    Found in a creek, any ideas?

    Thx.
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  8. #3233

    Jan 2019
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    please help to identify some of my rocks

  9. #3234

    Jul 2018
    Wisconsin
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    Does a magnet attract to it? can you scratch it with a pin or knife? also try a streak test.



    Quote Originally Posted by jessie35 View Post
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  10. #3235

    Jul 2018
    Wisconsin
    140
    136 times
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    try a streak test as well as hardness test. Does a magnet attract to it?



    Quote Originally Posted by Truthseeker411 View Post
    A field find, on next farm over, a meteorite was found about basketball size, and i find these pieces on our land, Click image for larger version. 

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  11. #3236

    Jul 2018
    Wisconsin
    140
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    Its hard to tell what the dark material is but the whitish mineral is a feldspar.

    Quote Originally Posted by scotpol View Post
    Found in a creek, any ideas?

    Thx.

  12. #3237
    us
    Nov 2010
    High Rockies
    GB2
    64
    24 times
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    Looks like smithsonite or botroidal wavellite

    Quote Originally Posted by imapyriteargh View Post
    Found this rock in the Hualapai mountain in AZ. After examining it closely with a jewelers loupe, I noticed this tiny green spheres inside of a vug. Any idea what it could be? It's not bio, like insect eggs or anything. It is hard and part of the rock, like a mineral of some sort.

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  13. #3238
    us
    Nov 2010
    High Rockies
    GB2
    64
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    Possibly slag.
    Possible volcanics. The shiny black with holes looks like melted silica.





    Quote Originally Posted by jessie35 View Post
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ID:	1668001 im stumped.its from my creek in SC

  14. #3239
    us
    Nov 2010
    High Rockies
    GB2
    64
    24 times
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    Sea weathered limestone.
    Calcium from shells, bones etc. decay and form mats on ocean bottom and harden. Weather away smooth and vuggy. Look up texas holey rock.


    Quote Originally Posted by DragonBlade View Post
    Greetings everyone,
    I have been looking everywhere online for a way to easily identify a rock I found, and I stumbled across this thread.

    This summer, while at the beach, I found a strangely white-ish/yellow-ish piece of rock. At first sight, it doesn't seem all that special... but I live on Prince-Edward-Island, Canada, where rocks typically does not have this kind of appearance and density. Upon closer look, I noticed how it had an unfamiliar feel and look, and decided to take it home for further investigation. Fast forward today, I never got around to getting someone to look at it, so I figured I'd give it a try.

    The rock is roughly 7 inches wide by 6 inches long, and 3 inches thick (~17.7, 15.2, 7.6 in centimeters). The rock isn't exactly symmetrical, so this is just to give you a rough idea. It weighs around 1.8kg.

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    First time poster, so I hope I don't screw up anything. Thanks for the help!

  15. #3240
    us
    Nov 2010
    High Rockies
    GB2
    64
    24 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    This thread is near impossible to follow or comment on with 216 pages.

    Might be better to post individual questions, id's or finds in their own thread.

    D

 

 

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