LEITEITE with LUDLOCKITE Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otjikoto Region, Namibia A large area of the rare Tsumeb Mine mineral Leiteite with associated Ludlockite, covers an area to 3.7cm x 1.8cm on a grey mixed sulphide matrix. The Leiteite is pearly lustrous white with the characteristic platy habit. An orange fibrous area of Ludlockite is seen at one end of the Leiteite, with deep to light brown Zincain Siderite crystals.
CASSITERITA - mineral de óxido de estanho. O nome cassiterita vem da palavra grega Kassiteros que significa estanho. Países produtores: Austrália, Bolívia, Gongo, Indonésia, Malásia, Perú, Portugual, URSS, Tailândia e Vietnam.
This mineral beauty, dubbed the "snow angel," was discovered during the digging of a well in India. The specimen is a silicate mineral called apophyllite-(KF), which appears in volcanic rocks. Shine On: Photos of Dazzling Mineral Specimens
chrysodrusy Sparkling specimen of Quartz drusy over Chysocolla! The specimen is perfectly centered and unblemished with a dazzling flash under any lighting. From the Ray Mine, Mineral Creek District, Pinal County, Arizona. Measures 6 cm by cm in size