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Calcite from Black Hills, South Dakota

 
Calcite from Black Hills, South Dakota

Calcite from Black Hills, South Dakota

DESCRIPTION:No. 22606
Mineral:Calcite
Locality:Black Hills, South Dakota
Description:Hemispherical formation of colorless, scalenohedral, calcite crystals up to 2 cm long, with overgrowth of reddish, second generation of calcite crystals up to 3 mm on one side. The reddish color is probably due to limonite. No damage. Hard to photograph. Ex. Joseph D'Agostino collection 25CP
Overall Size:6x6x4 cm
Crystals:2-20 mm
Status: For reference only
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