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Kedrovyi alkaline Massif, Murunskii Massif, Chara and Tokko Rivers Confluence, Aldan Shield, Sakha Republic (Saha Republic; Yakutia), Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia
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Strontian Potassicrichterite
Kedrovyi alkaline Massif, Murunskii Massif, Chara and Tokko Rivers Confluence, Aldan Shield, Sakha Republic, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia

Photo: Pavel M. Kartashov
 
Name(s) in local language(s): Кедровый массив
 
Loacated 5km from Murun Massif; part of the Murun Alcaline Complex.

Mineral List

Agrellite
Anatase
Ancylite-(Ce)
Baryte
Barytocalcite
Brookite
Brookite
var: Arkansite

Calcite
Digenite
Epididymite
Fedorite
Galena
Microcline
Narsarsukite
Olekminskite (TL)
Paralstonite
'Potassic-magnesio-arfvedsonite'
'Potassic-richterite'
'Potassic-richterite
var: Strontian Potassicrichterite'

Quartz
Sphalerite


21 entries listed. 17 valid minerals. 1 type locality (valid mineral).

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References

- Konev A.A., Paradina L.F., Vorob'yev E.I. e.a. (1988) Magnesiumstrontian poassicricterite - a new variety of amphiboles. Mineralogicheskii Zhurnal, 10(1), 76-82 (in Russian).
- Konev, A.A., Vorob'yev, E.I., and Lazebnik, K.A. (1996) The Mineralogy of the Murun Massif. Russian Academy of Science Press, Siberian Branch, Novosbirsk, Russia (in Russian).

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