Tugtupite - A Rare Fluorescent Mineral from Greenland
Tugtupite is the most widely known fluorescent mineral from Greeenland. It is used in making beautiful tugtupite cabochons.Read more
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A piece of bright sodalite, zircon, and feldspar from the Langesund Fjord in Norway. The bluish skim coating is unknown. This specimen is brightest under longwave, a nice deep, red under shortwave and the feldspar fluoresces a magenta color which is relatively bright for feldspar. The bright yellow under SW is zircon.. Both sides are equally fluorescent.