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Bad Ems District, Lahn valley, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

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Name(s) in local language(s): Revier Bad Ems, Lahntal, Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland
 
Important old mining district (siderite-quartz veins mineralised with Pb-Zn-Cu-Ag ores).

Mineral List

Mineral list contains entries from the region specified including sub-localities
Acanthite
Adamite
var: Cuprian Adamite
Anglesite
Ankerite
Annabergite
Aragonite
var: Flos Ferri
Arsendescloizite
Arsenogorceixite
Arsenolite
Arsenopyrite
Arsentsumebite
'Asphaltum'
Aurichalcite
Austinite
Azurite
Bayldonite
Beaverite-(Cu)
Beraunite ?
Beudantite
Bournonite
'Brauner Glaskopf'
Breithauptite
Brianyoungite
Brochantite
Bromargyrite
Brucite
Calcite
Caledonite
Calumetite
Carminite
Cerussite
Chalcanthite
Chalcocite
Chalconatronite
Chalcophanite
Chalcopyrite
Chlorargyrite
var: Bromian Chlorargyrite
'Chlorite Group'
Chrysocolla
Cinnabar
Cobaltite
Connellite
Copiapite
Copper
Corkite
Coronadite
Covellite
Cristobalite
Cryptomelane
Cuprite
Delafossite
Devilline
Dolomite
Duftite
var: Duftite-alpha
Dundasite
Dypingite
Elyite
Erythrite
Ettringite
Fairchildite
Gaitite
Galena
Gersdorffite
var: Antimonian Gersdorffite
Gibbsite
Glaucocerinite
Goethite
Gold
Gypsum
Hematite
Hemimorphite
Hetaerolite
Hidalgoite
Hinsdalite
Holdawayite
Honessite
Hopeite
Hörnesite
Hydrocerussite
Hydrohetaerolite
Hydromagnesite
Hydrozincite
Iodargyrite
Jarosite ?
Kaolinite
Koritnigite
Köttigite
Ktenasite
Lahnsteinite (TL)
Langite
Laurionite
Lavendulan
Lead
Leadhillite
Lepidocrocite
'Limonite'
Linarite
Linnaeite
Litharge
Lithiophorite
Malachite
Manganite
'Manganogel'
Manjiroite
Marcasite
Marshite
var: Cupro-iodargyrite

'Melilite Group'
Mercury
Metacinnabar
Millerite
Mimetite
Minium
Morenosite
Moschellandsbergite
Muscovite
var: Illite
Nacrite
Namuwite
'Natrofairchildite'
Natrojarosite
Nesquehonite
Nickelaustinite
Nickelhexahydrite
Nickeline
Nyerereite
Olivenite
Orthoserpierite
Parasymplesite
Parnauite
Perroudite
Philipsbornite
Philipsburgite
'Pitticite'
Piypite
Plumbogummite
Plumbojarosite
Plumbonacrite
Posnjakite
Pseudomalachite
'Psilomelane'
Pyrargyrite
Pyrite
var: Bravoite
Pyrolusite
Pyromorphite
Pyrrhotite
Quartz
Quenstedtite
Ramsbeckite
Redgillite
Reevesite
Retgersite
Rhodochrosite ?
Richelsdorfite
Romanèchite
Rosasite
Rozenite
Schulenbergite
Schultenite
Scorodite
Serpierite
Siderite
'Siderogel'
Siderotil
Siegenite
Silver
var: Amalgam
var: Kongsbergite
Smithsonite
Spertiniite
Sphalerite
Stibnite
Stranskiite
Strashimirite
Sulphur
Susannite
Talc
'Tennantite-Tetrahedrite Series'
Tenorite
Tetrahedrite
Trona
Tsumcorite
'Turgite'
Tyrolite ?
Ullmannite
'Unnamed (Ag-Hg Halogen Sulphide)'
'Unnamed (Zn Arsenate)'
Uricite
'Uvite'
Valentinite
Valleriite
Vivianite
'Wad'
Wavellite
Wickenburgite
Wroewolfeite ?
Zincite
Zincowoodwardite


273 entries listed. 176 valid minerals. 1 (TL) - type locality of valid minerals.

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References

- Seeliger, A., Buchert, D. E. & Noll, T. (2009): Der Emser Gangzug. Aufschluss 60, 66-160.
- Dietrich, R., & Bode, R. (1984) Famous Mineral Localities: the mines and minerals of Bad Ems. The Mineralogical Record 15(6), 322-344.

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