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Allende, CV3.2
Bassikounou, H5
Carancas, H4-5
Gao-Guenie, H5
Gujba, CBa
Foster, H4
Juanita de Angeles, H5
Kunya-Urgench, H5
La Colina, H5
La Luz, H4
Leedey, L6
Long Island, L6
Mreïra, L-chondrite
New Orleans, H5
NWA 869, L3-6
NWA 4419, R4
NWA 6508, EL3
NWA 6510, L4
NWA 7406, EL3
NWA 7801, CK5
NWA Main Masses
Ochansk, H4
Park Forest, L5
Pony Creek, H4
Red Dry Lake 064, H5
Renfrow, L6
San Bernardino Wash, L5
Santa Vitoria do Palmar, L3
Sierra Colorada, L5
Soltmany, L6
Sutter's Mill, C
Tulia (a), H3-4
Red Dry Lake 064, H5
Red Dry Lake 064, according to the Meteoritical Bulletin, consisted of a single 6 gram stone.  Per the bulletin, that entire stone was donated for analysis.  It is classified as an H5, S2, W2.  This stone is a complete, desert-varnished 4.5 gram fragment.  It seems that more of this meteorite was subsequently found, so it's hard for me to tell what the total known weight is.  I assume it's under a kilogram, as few stones greater than 20-30 grams have been recovered from the lake. 

So, this is a complete fragment of an American meteorite with a low total known weight.  If you'd care to try hunting for meteorites here in the American Southwest, I think you'll find that this is a much easier way to obtain one. 

4.5 gram desert-varnished fragment - $100



4.5 gram desert-varnished fragment - $100

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