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Cymatolite (Albite+Muscovite pseudomorphs after Spodumene) with Albite from Branchville Quarry, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut

 
Cymatolite (Albite+Muscovite pseudomorphs after Spodumene) with Albite from Branchville Quarry, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut

Cymatolite (Albite+Muscovite pseudomorphs after Spodumene) with Albite from Branchville Quarry, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut

Cymatolite (Albite+Muscovite pseudomorphs after Spodumene) with Albite from Branchville Quarry, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut

DESCRIPTION:No. 45029
Mineral:Cymatolite (Albite+Muscovite pseudomorphs after Spodumene) with Albite
Locality:Branchville Quarry, Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut
Description:Silky white cymatolite, the mixture of albite and muscovite pseudomorphous after spodumene, running through white albite. The silky appearance is due to fibrous structure, and is most apparent on the edge of the specimen. Ex. J. Cilen (1916-1997) #2672; ex. Wards
Overall Size:13x7x4 cm
Crystals:5-25 mm
Status: For reference only
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