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Agrellite, Eudialyte, Feldspar - Canada

SKU: MSJ0171
$170.00 USD
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Weight and Dimensions

6.7 oz, 2.75" x 2.5" x 1.5"

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A large specimen, the agrellite displaying a bright pink under shortwave/midwave and a pearly grey-white luster under natural light. The best color is under MW, almost a lavender. Found in nepheline syenites, syenitic pegmatites - alkaline complex. Green fluorescence is likely uranyl activated salts. The feldspar is a nicely fluorescent magenta color, strong for the species.

The eudialyte is a beautiful, gemmy pink-red in daylight. Rare to find pieces with vlasovite and agrellite viewable together. They are, sadly, most often found on opposite surfaces.

Agrellite exhibits a brief intense phosphorescence (BIP) of yellowish color when quickly removed from under a shortwave (or midwave) UV light.

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