|AllMinerals/JohnBetts-FineMinerals > Online Mineral Museum Photographic Archive > Minerals from New Jersey > Stevensite|
|Locality:||Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey|
|Description:||Pinkish clay mineral stevensite that formed from the alteration of the zeolite pectolite. The radiating shape of the pectolite is still visible, often defined by shrinkage fractures. Stevensite was first described 15 miles away at Bergen Hill. Ex. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia collection #9021, collected by Sam Gordon (1897-1952) in 1917|
|Overall Size:||11x7x6 cm|
|Status:||Sold - Posted here for reference only|
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