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Sunday, April 5, 2009


Wavellite gets its name from Named after William Wavell of England who discovered the mineral in a quarry in Devon, England in 1805.

Wavellite is a phosphate mineral, normally translucent green and can be found in fractures in aluminous metamorphic rock, in hydrothermal regions and in phosphate rock deposits.

I got these specimens from Kinokuniya, look at a close up picture, can you notice the circular habitat?

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