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Fluorescent Rocks | Fluorescent Rocks, Franklin NJ

Fluorescent Rocks | Fluorescent Rocks, Franklin NJ

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Aurichalcite Monte Fronte Assay, Levico Terme, Valsugana, Trento Province, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy Copyright © Luca Toffolo

Aurichalcite Monte Fronte Assay, Levico Terme, Valsugana, Trento Province, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy Copyright © Luca Toffolo

Calcite and Barite from Franklin, rather than Sterling Hill

Calcite and Barite from Franklin, rather than Sterling Hill

Smithsonite rice crystals [ZnCO3] on velvety black Coronadite [Pb(Mn++++, Mn++)8O16]

Smithsonite rice crystals [ZnCO3] on velvety black Coronadite [Pb(Mn++++, Mn++)8O16]

Petoskey stones are composed of fossilized skeletons of Hexagonaria percarinata, a type of coral from coral reefs that once covered all of what is now the state of Michigan, the USA, during the ancient Devonian period, some 350 million years ago.

Petoskey stones are composed of fossilized skeletons of Hexagonaria percarinata, a type of coral from coral reefs that once covered all of what is now the state of Michigan, the USA, during the ancient Devonian period, some 350 million years ago.

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