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Best photos on mindatnh.org for each species.     Alphabetical listing   From the collections of Tom Mortimer & friends.
Photos may be updated as better choices become available.     In many cases there were several good candidates for best photo, so my choices were somewhat subjective.
Species with a light blue border are from the NH "Rare and Uncommon" gallery and have a high confidence of a correct identification.
Species with a mustard yellow border are from the NH "Rare and Uncommon" gallery and have a fair confidence of a correct identification.
Caption link will take you to page for species and link to more photos in gallery.    Links to "Rare & Uncommon" will require scroll down to desired species.
A μ following the species name indicates this is a micro-mineral specimen with a field of view less than a few millimeters. Most nice crystal examples are micros.
A following the species name is a link to EDS data for this specimen. Confirmation data is provided for less common species.
A * following the species name indicates a reference is provided to analyses of similar specimens from this locality.
A following the species name is a link to another photo of this species or UV of this specimen.
Species - alphabetical page: [A]  [B]  [C]  [D-E]   [F]  [G]   [H] (this page)  [I-L]  [M]  [N-O]  [P]  [Q-R]  [S]  [T]  [U-Z]
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HAGENDORFITE  Palermo Mine, N. Groton, NH
2.5 mm green-black stubby-prismatic hagendorfite crystal in ludlamite

HAGENDORFITE μ
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HALOTRICHITE   Beebe River-side ledge, Campton, NH
1.5 cm chalk white Halotrichite clump on 3 cm specimen

HALOTRICHITE
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HASTINGSITE   Red Hill, Moultonborough, NH
3 cm specimen with black embedded Hastingsite crystal section

HASTINGSITE
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HEDENBERGITE   Elevation 2160, E. slope of knoll, south side of Burnsides Brook, Percy quadrangle, NH
2 to 3 mm black pyroxene blebs in feldspar, approx. 5 cm specimen.

HEDENBERGITE  *
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HELVITE (Helvine)  Iron Mtn., Bartlett, NH
2 mm field of view. Cluster of honey colored Helvite tetrahedron crystals

HELVITE (Helvine) μ
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HEMATITE   Mine Ledge, Surry, NH
5 cm specimen.

HEMATITE
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HEMIMORPHITE    Madison Lead Mine, Madison, NH
1.0 mm cluster of hemimorphite crystals

HEMIMORPHITE μ
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HETEROSITE   Valencia Mine, N. Groton, NH
2.5 cm specimen of massive Heterosite

HETEROSITE
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HEULANDITE  Rt. 101, Rt. 101A road cut, Amherst, NH
2.3 mm crystal with Babingtonite, black.

HEULANDITE μ
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HINGGANITE-(Y)   N. Sugarloaf Mtn., Bethlehem, NH
0.2 mm to 0.3 mm honey colored short prismatic crystals

HINGGANITE-(Y) μ  *
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HINSDALITE    Palermo Mine, N. Groton, NH
10 mm hinsdalite prisms with small cerussite crystals attached.

HINSDALITE μ
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HISINGERITE   Madison Lead Mine, Madison, NH
Field of view 5 mm. Lustrous black balls of hisingerite in quartz vug

HISINGERITE μ
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HOPEITE  Palermo Mine, N. Groton, NH
0.4 mm clear, blocky, crystal

HOPEITE μ
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HUREAULITE    Parker Mtn. Mine, Center Strafford, NH
5 mm field of view

HUREAULITE μ
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HURLBUTITE    Chandlers Mill Mine, Newport, NH
4 mm crystal pair on matrix .

HURLBUTITE μ
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HYDROKENOELSMOREITE  Johnson Rd., Bow, NH
1.2 mm field of view

HYDROKENOELSMOREITE  μ  
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HYDROPLUMBITE   Johnson Rd., Bow, NH
9 mm field of view.

HYDROPLUMBITE
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HYDROSYNCHYSITE-(Ce)  Water Pocket Locality, Albany, NH
4 mm field of view. A Bob Wilken specimen & photo.

HYDROSYNCHYSITE-(Ce) μ  
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HYDROXYLHERDERITE   Fletcher Mine, N. Groton, NH
8 mm crystal

HYDROXYLHERDERITE
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HYDROZINCITE   Mascot Mine, Gorham, NH
5 mm field of view. White hydrozincite coating cerussite crystals.

HYDROZINCITE
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