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Calcite pseudomorphs after Ikaite from Olenitsa, Kola Peninsula, Russia

Calcite pseudomorphs after Ikaite from Olenitsa, Kola Peninsula, Russia

Mineral:Calcite pseudomorphs after Ikaite
Locality:Olenitsa, Kola Peninsula, Russia
Description:Classic specimen of Belomorsk Arrows - orange-brown calcite pseudomorphs after ikaite crystals in gray matrix. Sometimes these are labeled glendonite, a discredited species since 1907.
Overall Size:5x4x2.5 cm
Crystals:2-3 cm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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