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Jarosite with Malachite overgrowth from Pioche District, Lincoln County, Nevada

 
Jarosite with Malachite overgrowth from Pioche District, Lincoln  County, Nevada

Jarosite with Malachite overgrowth from Pioche District, Lincoln  County, Nevada

Jarosite with Malachite overgrowth from Pioche District, Lincoln  County, Nevada

Jarosite with Malachite overgrowth from Pioche District, Lincoln  County, Nevada

Jarosite with Malachite overgrowth from Pioche District, Lincoln  County, Nevada

Jarosite with Malachite overgrowth from Pioche District, Lincoln  County, Nevada

Jarosite with Malachite overgrowth from Pioche District, Lincoln  County, Nevada

Jarosite with Malachite overgrowth from Pioche District, Lincoln  County, Nevada

DESCRIPTION:No. 73384
Mineral:Jarosite with Malachite overgrowth
Locality:Pioche District, Lincoln County, Nevada
Description:Large cluster of brown jarosite microcrystalline mass (exposed in a few areas) almost completely coated with fibrous green malachite crystals in rounded aggregates to 8 mm. On the bottom are lustrous transparent colorless calcite crystals to 3 mm. Ex. Phillip Greybill (b. 1935- ) collection, collected ca. 1980
Overall Size:6x4.5x3.5 cm
Crystals:micro to 3 mm
Status: For reference only
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