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Quartz pseudomorphs after Gypsum from Crawford, Dawes County, Nebraska

 
Quartz pseudomorphs after Gypsum from Crawford, Dawes County, Nebraska

DESCRIPTION:No. 38683
Mineral:Quartz pseudomorphs after Gypsum
Locality:Crawford, Dawes County, Nebraska
Description:Gray quartz pseudomorphs after bladed barite crystals up to 35 mm. The barite formed first as a typical Desert Rose, then the barite was replaced atom by atom with quartz keeping the shape of the barite. Ex. Don Belsher collection
Overall Size:6x5x4 cm
Crystals:5-35 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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