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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
San Bernardino Wash, L5

We're not currently offering any of this meteorite for sale, and never have.  This page exists because an unscrupulous meteorite dealer decided to start selling pieces of another meteorite as San Bernardino Wash. 

If you have purchased a piece of this meteorite, please note that your specimen is not San Bernardino Wash.  We have never sold any of this meteorite and there are no confirmed pairings.  

Around 100 grams of material were mistakenly sold as San Bernardino Wash, despite the fact that the two meteorites have different shock and weathering ratings, and look nothing alike. 

Per Dr. Alan Rubin at UCLA, the new material is "not only much less weathered, but also more shocked, slightly more equilibrated, and less chondrule-rich than the other San Bernardino Wash stones."

Caveat emptor.



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