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Almandine Garnet with Staurolite in Biotite Mica from Pipeline exposure, 500 m south of Diamond Lake, Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut

 
Almandine Garnet with Staurolite in Biotite Mica from Pipeline exposure, 500 m south of Diamond Lake, Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut

Almandine Garnet with Staurolite in Biotite Mica from Pipeline exposure, 500 m south of Diamond Lake, Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut

Almandine Garnet with Staurolite in Biotite Mica from Pipeline exposure, 500 m south of Diamond Lake, Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut

Almandine Garnet with Staurolite in Biotite Mica from Pipeline exposure, 500 m south of Diamond Lake, Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut

Almandine Garnet with Staurolite in Biotite Mica from Pipeline exposure, 500 m south of Diamond Lake, Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut

DESCRIPTION:No. 74612
Mineral:Almandine Garnet with Staurolite in Biotite Mica
Locality:Pipeline exposure, 500 m south of Diamond Lake, Glastonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut
Description:Dark red-black almandine garnet crystals to 8 mm with a 14 mm staurolite partial crystal in black biotite schist with biotite on the weathered surfaces. The almandine garnet crystals are dodecahedral form with thin trapezohedral edge faces. Collected ca. 1995
Overall Size:5x3x2 cm
Crystals:micro to 14 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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