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These specimens are my favorite finds from various rock hunting trips I've gone on in Canada.

Pictured:
Hornblende
Beryl
Molybdenite
Titanite
Apatite
Almandine garnet
Tourmaline
Fluororichterite
Diopside
Where in Canada
Where in canada
Great looking rocks. Do you live in Ontario?<br>I'm from Sudbury myself.
<p>Nope, southeast Michigan. It's a 7 hour drive but totally worth it. I might go collecting again this year.</p>
<p>great... Geology is one of my favorite hobbies....</p>
Any adamantine? <br>XD <br>
If you're talking about the variety of <a href="http://www.mindat.org/min-5135.html" rel="nofollow">corundum</a>, than probably (I do have brown corundum, several pounds actually and I would gladly sell some for novelty value). If&nbsp; you're thinking of some sort of ore for <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adamantium" rel="nofollow">adamantium</a>, no, since that actually turns out to be some sort of magic alloy (IE a mixture of metals).
Sorry for the late reply, It was a dwarf fortress reference, But anyway Adamantine is a generic term for a super metal like unobtanium

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