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Segnitite (cubes) avec Malachite et Carminite (?). Meleg-hill, Hongrie Taille=2mm Photo Stone Ásványfotós

Segnitite cubes with malachite and carminite (?) from Meleg-hill (Hungary). Height is photo:Stone Ásványfotós

Quartz with Calcite, Pyrite and Sphalerite

Quartz with Calcite, Pyrite and Sphalerite, Trepča Mines, Mitrovica, Kosovo

Libethenite con atacamite. Chile. Www.geologyin.com

Libethenite w/Atacamite, Chile

Vesuvianita i Mica

Vesuvianita i Mica

Vesuvianite From Sauesetra, Drammensmarka, Drammen, Buskerud, Norway Photo: Joan Astor Vignau Amazing Geologist

Crystals

FYI, the majority of mined gemstones actually grow naturally in crystal formations, such as this one!

Amazing combination of Calcite, Quartz and Chalcopyrite From Boldut Mine, Romania Via: Quartzsite Happenings Visit Amazing Geologist for more..

Spectacular combo featuring Calcite blades with Chalcopyrite, Pyrite, and Quartz sprays at top

Atacamite, Cu2Cl(OH)3. Chile FOV=4 mm‬ Photo © László Tóth

Atacamite, Rock from Chile

Clear fluorite / Mineral Friends

Superb x cm crystal clear crystal of flourite. Trinity Mineral Co - The Munich 2000 Show

Rhodochrosite,Sweet Home Mine, Colorado, United States of America

Rhodochrosite,Sweet Home Mine, Colorado, United States of America / Mineral Friends

Richard Nass shared Laurent Kbaier's photo.  I love the Dramatic Contrasts in the Colors & Shapes

Cuprite I Laurent Kbaier

Minerals and Crystals — Chalcedony coating Quartz coating Shattuckite -...

Minerals and Crystals — Chalcedony coating Quartz coating Shattuckite -.

Malachite

Malachite Sphere on Matrix

Garnet

Exceptional specimen featuring a large Spessartine Garnet with smaller Spessartines on Albite! From the Shigar Valley, Gilgit-Baltistan (Northern Areas), Pakistan. Credit: Kevin Ward Visit Amazing Geologist for more. Looks like dessert!

Эвклаз. Зимбабве

Эвклаз. Зимбабве

Tourmaline with Lepidolite and Feldspar Oceanview Mine, California

Tourmaline - Oceanview Mine, Pala, San Diego Co.

Cronstedtite - Os zeólitos, zeólitas ou zeolites [dos termos gregos zein (ferver) + lithos (pedra)] constituem um grupo numeroso de minerais que possuem uma estrutura porosa. O termo foi aplicado pela primeira vez pelo mineralogista sueco Axel Fredrik Cronstedt depois de observar que, após o aquecimento rápido de um mineral natural, as pedras começavam a saltitar à medida que a água se evaporava. Usando as palavras gregas significando "pedra que ferve", chamou este material zeólito.

Cronstedtite found in Nagyborzsony, Borzsony Mountains, Pest County, Hungary - Collection: Gábor Koller.

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