Adamite, Calcite - Mexico

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SKU: MSW1426
Weight and Dimensions

1lb 10.7 oz, 4.5" x 3" x 3"

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Sparkling, yellow-green, adamite crystals embedded in a limonite matrix shows a bright green fluorescence under midwave but is respectable under all wavelengths. Larger, well-formed, white calcite crystals are found scattered throughout the matrix and also exhibit a light blue fluorescence – not often seen.

The contrasting colors make for a very nice cabinet specimen.

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