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Reticulated aggregate of white to yellow CerussiteDundas Extended Mine, Tasmania, Australia

Reticulated aggregate of white to yellow CerussiteDundas Extended Mine, Tasmania, Australia

Grains of sand magnified by 250 times.

Grains of sand magnified by 250 times.

Vanadinite - Old Yuma Mine, Pima County, Arizona, USA Size: 5.9 cm

Vanadinite - Old Yuma Mine, Pima County, Arizona, USA Size: 5.9 cm

Red Beryl (Bixbite) from WahWah Mountains in Utah - only location found

Red Beryl (Bixbite) from WahWah Mountains in Utah - only location found

Ludlockite from Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otjikoto Region, Namibia [http://img.irocks.com/pics/rut316a.jpg]

Ludlockite from Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otjikoto Region, Namibia [http://img.irocks.com/pics/rut316a.jpg]

Steatite Psm Dolomite - Johanniszeche, Göpfersgrün, Bavaria, Germany

Steatite Psm Dolomite - Johanniszeche, Göpfersgrün, Bavaria, Germany

Topaz from Thomas Range, Juab Co., Utah, orthorhombic crystals

Topaz from Thomas Range, Juab Co., Utah, orthorhombic crystals

Metatorbernite is a radioactive phosphate mineral, and is a dehydration pseudo morph of torbernite. Chemically, it is a copper uranyl phosphate and usually occurs in the form of green platy deposits.

Metatorbernite is a radioactive phosphate mineral, and is a dehydration pseudo morph of torbernite. Chemically, it is a copper uranyl phosphate and usually occurs in the form of green platy deposits.

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