Dogtooth Calcite, Hydrocarbon Activators - Indiana

$40.00 USD
SKU: MSW1333
Weight and Dimensions

4.7 oz. 3.5" x 2" x 1.5"

Shipping and Delivery

$8.50 Shipping
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2-3 Business Days

A nicely formed dogtooth calcite crystal with hydrocarbon activators, fluorescent under all wavelengths.

"Dogtooth Calcite" is a unique type of crystal and the name refers to the shape of the calcite crystals - a scalenohedral shape which resembles dogs’ teeth. Dogtooth calcite often occurs in caves or environments where the crystals can grow in an open space, such as geodes.

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