Use bold to indicate minerals you’ve seen in the wild. Italics is for those seen in laboratories, museums, stores, or other non field locations. Ex pet nerds may use underlining to indicate those that they’ve grown with their own two hands. And I won’t bother with stuff you intend on seeing- if you didn’t want to see all these minerals yourself, you’d be spending your precious lunch hour on a physics or biomedical blog.Here are mine:
Andalusite (note the spelling change)
Omphacite - possibly seen "in the wild" but possibly doesn't count, not even in horseshoes or handgrenades!
Silver (native) and Gold (native)
Sulfur (native) - another spelling change
Hypocentre at Hypo-thesis has already participated in and contributed to this minerals project (the native gold), and surely others will follow.
Note: spelling changes on this list are entirely the responsibility of this particular blog author and weren't agreed to by any others or caused by any undo coercion from outside sources.