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Mineral Specimen #2666    Tremolite variety Hexagonite

Balmat-Edwards Zinc District, St Lawrence County, New York, USA

Fibrous lavendar Termolite with scattered purple Hexagonite crystals. Hexagonite was formerly considered a seperate mineral but is actually a form of Tremolite. It has been shown to be pseudo-hexagonal and is actually monoclinic. The color is due to manganese. This is an older specimen from a collection from suburban Detroit and appears to have been self collected by the collector in the 1960s (there were a number of specimens of varying sizes wrapped in newspapers from 1962).


7.6 x 6.4 x 2.3 cm

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This mineral is also found in the following galleries: Minerals From New York, New Jersey and New England | Inosilicates | Minerals Priced Between 25 and 49 Dollars
This mineral is also found in the following galleries: Minerals From New York, New Jersey and New England | Inosilicates | Minerals Priced Between 25 and 49 Dollars