This meteorite appears to be unpaired with any other that I have studied. It does not have a name because it was not classified (no type specimen).
I first saw this little meteorite in 2006 and do not know where it is now. I am fond of it because it is oriented and compositionally unique. Despite the numerous light-colored clasts, the rock is rather mafic (11.5 % FeO and 36 ppm Sc) because it likely contains mare basalt. Compositionally, there is no hint of KREEP (1.7 ppm Sm. I hope this one turns up in an auction some day.