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Hanksite from Searles Lake, east of Trona, San Bernardino County, California (Type Locality for Hanksite)

 
Hanksite from Searles Lake, east of Trona, San Bernardino County, California (Type Locality for Hanksite)

Hanksite from Searles Lake, east of Trona, San Bernardino County, California (Type Locality for Hanksite)

Hanksite from Searles Lake, east of Trona, San Bernardino County, California (Type Locality for Hanksite)

Photo below under shortwave ultraviolet illumination:
Hanksite from Searles Lake, east of Trona, San Bernardino County, California (Type Locality for Hanksite)

Photo below under longwave ultraviolet illumination:
Hanksite from Searles Lake, east of Trona, San Bernardino County, California (Type Locality for Hanksite)

DESCRIPTION:No. 77353
Mineral:Hanksite
Locality:Searles Lake, east of Trona, San Bernardino County, California (Type Locality for Hanksite)
Description:Transparent yellow doubly-terminated hanksite crystal, with scattered dark inclusions, fully crystallized on all surfaces with no point of attachment - a floater. The hanksite crystal has whitish surface alteration in areas. Collected ca. 1995. Fluoresces white under LW-SW UV illumination. Water soluble
Overall Size:21x12x10 mm
Crystals:21 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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