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Darapskite (part of type specimen) from Pampa del Toro, Antofagasta, Chile (Type Locality for Darapskite)

 
Darapskite (part of type specimen) from Pampa del Toro, Antofagasta, Chile (Type Locality for Darapskite)

Darapskite (part of type specimen) from Pampa del Toro, Antofagasta, Chile (Type Locality for Darapskite)

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Darapskite (part of type specimen) from Pampa del Toro, Antofagasta, Chile (Type Locality for Darapskite)

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Darapskite (part of type specimen) from Pampa del Toro, Antofagasta, Chile (Type Locality for Darapskite)

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Darapskite (part of type specimen) from Pampa del Toro, Antofagasta, Chile (Type Locality for Darapskite)

DESCRIPTION:No. 69247
Mineral:Darapskite (part of type specimen)
Locality:Pampa del Toro, Antofagasta, Chile (Type Locality for Darapskite)
Description:Compact crystallized vein of parallel pink-white darapskite crystals. Ex. Hamburg University; Ex. Georg Gebhard (author of Tsumeb I and II); ex. Hamburg University, ex. Dietze in 1891
Overall Size:30x15x14 mm
Crystals:1-14 mm
Status: For reference only
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