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Harmotome and Strontianite from Strontian, Loch Sunart, Highland (formerly Argyll), Scotland (Type Locality for Strontianite)

 
Harmotome and Strontianite from Strontian, Loch Sunart, Highland (formerly Argyll), Scotland (Type Locality for Strontianite)

Below: fluorescence under ultraviolet illumination
Harmotome and Strontianite from Strontian, Loch Sunart, Highland (formerly Argyll), Scotland (Type Locality for Strontianite)

DESCRIPTION:No. 7871
Mineral:Harmotome and Strontianite
Locality:Strontian, Loch Sunart, Highland (formerly Argyll), Scotland (Type Locality for Strontianite)
Description:Cluster of lustrous, white harmotome crystals up to 8 mm intergrown with colorless strontianite and blocky calcite. The strontianite fluoresces white under UV illumination. Ex. R. Bates Collection #827
Overall Size:3x3x2 cm
Crystals:1-8 mm
Status: For reference only
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