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Uranophane and Barite from Poison Canyon, Grants District, McKinley County, New Mexico

 
Uranophane and Barite from Poison Canyon, Grants District, McKinley County, New Mexico

Uranophane and Barite from Poison Canyon, Grants District, McKinley County, New Mexico

DESCRIPTION:No. 41104
Mineral:Uranophane and Barite
Locality:Poison Canyon, Grants District, McKinley County, New Mexico
Description:Rosettes of yellow uranophane crystals up to 1 mm intermixed with transparent brown barite crystals up to 2 mm wide. The specimen is mounted in a Perky-style acrylic display box for easy handling and protection. Radioactive.
Overall Size:3.5x1.5x1.5 cm
Crystals:1-2 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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